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      04-21-2009, 11:43 PM   #23
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You should be able to use a Cokin X series system. Not sure if Lee have something for UWA's of that calibre. I know for my Sigma 12-24, I have to run a Cokin X.
I'd be curious if those would mount on the front of either the 14 or 14-24? The hood isn't removable and there isn't really a way to attach the filter.
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I'd be curious if those would mount on the front of either the 14 or 14-24? The hood isn't removable and there isn't really a way to attach the filter.
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that will cause extremely hard vignetting at the sides and corners. you can't even put your finger on the side of the hood of this lens without getting it in the frame.
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that will cause extremely hard vignetting at the sides and corners. you can't even put your finger on the side of the hood of this lens without getting it in the frame.
Im sure with a bit of tinkering, you could get it working for ya. Ill see what I can figure out when my Cokin X sysem gets here.
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trust me, there is no tinkering you could do. any extra few millimeters on the tip of the hood will be in the frame.
unless, of course, you're using a small-format sensor.
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trust me, there is no tinkering you could do. any extra few millimeters on the tip of the hood will be in the frame.
unless, of course, you're using a small-format sensor.
If i can get 12mm not to vignette with a full frame body with a Cokin set, I am sure I can sort something for 14mm.

Not doubting what you are saying but if others have done it, im sure I can also.
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different lens design.
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different lens design.
No skin off my nose, guess you wont need to read my write up once I give it a go.
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Wow, that is pretty interesting. I will watch for your write up.
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