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Re: [OM] 18mm filters

Subject: Re: [OM] 18mm filters
From: "Tom Trottier" <infoanim@xxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 1999 16:03:34 -0400
Cc: olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, jahudson <jahudson@xxxxxxxxx>
Thanks, Doris. I've heard of the Ambico, which seems fairly lite [good!]. I'll 
look up the lindahl.

But ideally, a nice rubber or plastic roll-down shade would be simplest & 
lightest, at least on non-rotating lenses. Ambico & Lindahl want also to be 
filter holders [sell,sell,sell] and suffer from (to my mind unnecessary) 
complications.
 - Tom

(re:Re: [OM] 18mm filters)
On 23 Apr 99, at 13:23, *- DORIS FANG -* wrote:

Date sent:              Fri, 23 Apr 1999 13:23:50 -0400 (EDT)
From:                   *- DORIS FANG -* <sfsttj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To:                     tom@xxxxxx
Copies to:              olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, jahudson <jahudson@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject:                Re: [OM] 18mm filters

> 
> 
> On Thu, 22 Apr 1999, Tom Trottier wrote:
> 
> > I only wish someone made some that matched the 35mm film format - i.e. 
> > rectangular, like the bellows for some 6x6 cameras
> 
>   There are two that I am aware of:
>   
>  1.- AMBICO Shade + 35mm. $63 from B&H with the 55mm adapter.
> 
>  2.- LINDAHL Ultra EFX shade. About $130 complete from B&H.
> 
>    (The above prices do not reflect any extra accessories, like
>     Masks, etc).
>                                    
>                                   Hope this helps
>                                   *= Doris Fang =*
> 
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