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Gobe ND Filter Kit 82mm £78 - Sold by Gobe Europe and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Gobe ND Filter Kit 82mm £78 - Sold by Gobe Europe and Fulfilled by Amazon
Posted 15th Jul

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One for the photographers apply voucher for 40% off, great price for 82mm filters.
Gobe ND Kit (ND4, ND16, ND32) 2Peak, provides 3 fixed ND filters (2 f-stops, 4 f-stops, 5 f-stops) in a robust, space saving kit.
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Wow who uses 82 mm filters!
55mmx3 = £60 less 40% is quite reasonable price for multicoated filers IMO
jasee15/07/2020 20:31

Wow who uses 82 mm filters! 55mmx3 = £60 less 40% is quite reasonable …Wow who uses 82 mm filters! 55mmx3 = £60 less 40% is quite reasonable price for multicoated filers IMO


very true!! Thought I would get but realised 82mm. Though very good price for a set of 3, just not my 77mm
snoopygreen15/07/2020 20:37

very true!! Thought I would get but realised 82mm. Though very good price …very true!! Thought I would get but realised 82mm. Though very good price for a set of 3, just not my 77mm


You could get reducer rings
Edited by: "zwarder" 15th Jul
zwarder15/07/2020 20:39

You could get reducer rings



Why bother when you can just get a smaller size. And the smaller size would reduce flare
jasee15/07/2020 20:44

Why bother when you can just get a smaller size. And the smaller size …Why bother when you can just get a smaller size. And the smaller size would reduce flare


77mm would be one reducer ring, still flare would be a right pain at that.
zwarder15/07/2020 20:48

77mm would be one reducer ring, still flare would be a right pain at that.



Fitting any filter on the front of a camera lens, reduces the quality of the image. The front element is usually recessed and may be surrounded by a series of concentric rings and a small hood. These are there to reduce the possibility of extraneous light refections falling on the lens. Putting a filter on a lens reduces its performance as these features are bypassed
jasee15/07/2020 20:31

Wow who uses 82 mm filters! 55mmx3 = £60 less 40% is quite reasonable …Wow who uses 82 mm filters! 55mmx3 = £60 less 40% is quite reasonable price for multicoated filers IMO


A lot of f/2.8 FF lenses use 82mm filters.
jasee15/07/2020 21:00

Fitting any filter on the front of a camera lens, reduces the quality of …Fitting any filter on the front of a camera lens, reduces the quality of the image. The front element is usually recessed and may be surrounded by a series of concentric rings and a small hood. These are there to reduce the possibility of extraneous light refections falling on the lens. Putting a filter on a lens reduces its performance as these features are bypassed


All filters are a trade off, looking for a desired effect or getting the correct shutter speed for video motion on a bright day, they are required.
Anyway this is a good deal for myself & possibly others which is why I posted.
DealHugger15/07/2020 21:13

A lot of f/2.8 FF lenses use 82mm filters.



Oh yes, for example? f/2.8 is just an aperture
DealHugger16/07/2020 01:35

https://tiffen.com/pages/filter-to-lens-chartCanon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II …https://tiffen.com/pages/filter-to-lens-chartCanon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM, Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM, e.g.



But I can't see the point you are making,
An aperture of 2.8 is meanless when defiining a lense, you need to know its focal length and format, FF, macro four thirds etc. There are lots of different lenses around some of which DO apparently have an 82mm final thread which may be suitable for a lense hood or may be suitable for a filter, so what?
I can't be bothered to look through my selection of full format lenses to find which ones happen to have at f2.8mm max aperture and could take a 82 mm filter. I don't think it's a lot. I have maybe 20 or more.
Edited by: "jasee" 16th Jul
jasee16/07/2020 02:37

But I can't see the point you are making, An aperture of 2.8 is meanless …But I can't see the point you are making, An aperture of 2.8 is meanless when defiining a lense, you need to know its focal length and format, FF, macro four thirds etc. There are lots of different lenses around some of which DO apparently have an 82mm final thread which may be suitable for a lense hood or may be suitable for a filter, so what?I can't be bothered to look through my selection of full format lenses to find which ones happen to have at f2.8mm max aperture and could take a 82 mm filter. I don't think it's a lot. I have maybe 20 or more.


I was merely answering your question “who uses 82mm filters”. Most of my zoom lenses are larger than 77mm and two of them are 82mm. With step up rings, I only need to carry one set of NDs for all the lenses. If you are lucky enough to only need 55mm filters, good for you. You do realize these are ND filters, right?
DealHugger16/07/2020 02:48

I was merely answering your question “who uses 82mm filters”. Most of my zo …I was merely answering your question “who uses 82mm filters”. Most of my zoom lenses are larger than 77mm and two of them are 82mm. With step up rings, I only need to carry one set of NDs for all the lenses. If you are lucky enough to only need 55mm filters, good for you. You do realize these are ND filters, right?



You think I don't know what neutral density filters are?
jasee16/07/2020 02:59

You think I don't know what neutral density filters are?



And you think that I only use 55mm filters?
snoopygreen15/07/2020 20:37

very true!! Thought I would get but realised 82mm. Though very good price …very true!! Thought I would get but realised 82mm. Though very good price for a set of 3, just not my 77mm


If you stack the NDs, and if your 77mm lens is wide, you'd better go one or two size up for your filter size to avoid vinegtting.
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