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Old May 17th, 2007, 06:20 PM   #31
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Gabriel, remember the early bird gets stuck eating worms.. ;)
Hahaha, there you go again! lol!

I probably wont even eat.. At that point, Warms just might sound good. ;)

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Old May 21st, 2007, 01:30 AM   #32
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Gabrial,

I don't know how you can afford not to spend the 80 for the filter!! Up here that price is less than a tank of gas I use up in one day searching for critters to video.
Problem with all of this equipment is deciding where the point of dimenishing return lies!! Usually if i buy cheap I get cheap!!
Once in awhile there is an item that soars above its price in relation to quality.
I always like to hear about such items when someone finds one!! So if you find this in filters i would love to hear about it.

Yesterday I threw out a 2x multiplier I purchased several years back for a sony. A waste of money and i would not even give it to someone.
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Old May 21st, 2007, 02:02 PM   #33
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Haha, see, heres where the problem lies... I don't have a job and no one wants to higher me!

But I completely understand what you mean about what you pay is what you get. However, I think my Hoya 010 UV filter that I bought looks nice... It was only 24 dollars from B&H... I think it was worth buying, for now... Its also only a 27 mm filter, so it cost less then the big 72's or whatever.

Thats sad that you would throw away the multiplier.. I have been looking for one, but it sounds like that one was not worth the purchase, eh?

Thanks for the comments.
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