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  1. Francisco, I too was looking for a decently priced ND fader. I purchased the Fader ND from Light Craft workshop. Very reasonable, and I think that the quality is very good. As Iʻm using Nikon glass, the 24mm f2.0 and 50mm f1.4 (where lens fronts are 52mm) and a Panasonic 14mm f2.5 (46mm front). I was able to buy 3 52mm Fader NDs— I stepped up the Panasonic les with a step-up ring. Now, I donʻt have to fumble swapping filters in the field, just grab a lens/filter combo. BTW, I would warn you: it appears to me that the Fader ND is very susceptible to lens flares. I was shooting in a forest, and when the sun hit the Fader, the picture went "milky." Get yourself some rubber lens hoods, and youʻll be fine. [url=http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/754992-REG/Light_Craft_415_52mm_Fader_ND_Mark.html]http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/754992-REG/Light_Craft_415_52mm_Fader_ND_Mark.html[/url] Aloha— Jeff
  2. Loved your piece, Joe, great story!
  3. Aloha friends, Longtime shooter here, currently using a Panasonic AF100. Picked up a GH2 a week ago, and I'm hooked! (And, I bought Andrew's book. A great read for a GH2 user of any skill level!) I would like to be able to use a hack that offers 44MBS, 108024p, but, I only have Macs. All I want to do is install a hack, not really interested in patching other's hacks... not yet, anyway. Can I install a hack without a Windows PC, and, if I later want to add a patch to a hack (is this even the right workflow???), will I then need a PC? Sorry if I come off as a newb, but really, the information on these topics is spread all over the web, hard to find a single, reliable source. Maybe Andrew will see this? Again, aloha, and thanks! Jeff
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