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    Firecrests the last 4 years.
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    Very pleased with Nisi Nano IRNDs. No detectable color shift on Dragon or Helium.
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    I have the Firecrests from a group buy a few years ago. They’ve been fantastic additions to my kit, but one or two of mine shift a bit towards magenta. I can’t say they’re perfect. Definitely going to look into these new Tokina ones.
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    Based on Phil's suggestion I am going to go with the Tokina Pro IRND.

    Breakthrough and PolarPro's are not a complete set and do not cover my largest 95mm lens.

    They should be a huge upgrade to my Tiffen Shane Hurlbut White Water ND set I bought years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vance Colvig View Post
    Very pleased with Nisi Nano IRNDs. No detectable color shift on Dragon or Helium.
    +1 for these.. I have these and a couple sets of Firecrest – super happy with both. It's nice that Firecrest come in a wide range of screw-in sizes all the way down to DJI X7 size. Funny aside though, I bought the NISI from B&H and they arrived pretty hazy and dusty (they looked used).. which was weird, but they cleaned up well and the friendly folks at NISI said they'd follow up with B&H
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    These are on my cameras most days:
    http://www.tokinacinema.com/filters/...d_filters.html

    Still have and use my Firecrests too.
    Has anyone tested these on Helium?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew R Lewis View Post
    Has anyone tested these on Helium?
    I used them on Helium when I had a Helium just fine.
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    I've been using the Revolva ND mount for several weeks now and I can't imagine going back to the faff of either vari ND or fixed ND. For those that don't know it, it's a filtration mount that hold an ND filter cartridge with four NDS. Very well made piece of kit!
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    So do we still need ir for nd filters for helium?
    Im intrested in NiSi HUC Pro Nano IR ND64 ND-filter and C-PL 77mm.
    A side note. In the explanation of it it says nothing about ir filter but the name suggests that it is.
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    For what it's worth

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