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    FOUND Variable ND Filter

    Hi guys,

    I was walking along Coal Cliff beach (south of Sydney), and noticed a filter pack sitting on the ground. I looked inside and found a variable ND filter.

    If anyone has lost this, please let me know the specifications, and I'd be more than happy to return it.

    Cheers,

    Damien

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    You scared me then! I had to go and check my bag! Thankfully mine is still in there!
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    I know if id lost it I would be calling the local police station
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    ........ bit like the MC at the community dance > steps up to the microphone to announce "A wallet containing a large sum of money has been found - would the owner please form a queue ........ "

    ps- to the OP
    I do not know what colours your screen is showing for your O.P. but on my laptop your text is black on dark grey
    The only way I could read it was to use the mouse to highlight it and read between the lines...

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    Good on you Damien, and if you have no use for the filter, I'm forming a queue.
    Hope you hang around and get involved here.

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