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    Reverse ND Graduated Filters

    Does anyone know where I can get HiTech Reverse Graduated ND in or around Brisbane? I hear they do one that fits the cokin P series holders, which is what I have.

    Or can anyone suggest a relatively cheap alternative?
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    http://www.formatt.co.uk/stills-filt...s-filters.aspx

    I ordered some online from Formatt in UK, they were delivered promptly.
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    +1 to David's suggestion
    you can also get them from www.teamworkphoto.com (along with practically any other filter you can think of!)
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    I don't think there is a cheap alternative - I've also been looking around to get one one recently.
    (plus with filters you usually get what you pay for)
    Usually easier & cheaper to obtain online, although surprisingly I found here in Townsville that one of the local camera shops could order the Hitechs for a similar price to online, once you factored in postage.
    Mind you, these days you walk into most camera shops and ask about filters, you get a very blank look from the teenager serving you .
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    G'day all

    Quote Originally Posted by MattNQ View Post
    Mind you, these days you walk into most camera shops and ask about filters, you get a very blank look from the teenager serving you .
    Yes > it's a sorry state of affairs when we have to 'train' the staff in photographic basics

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