I like flying early mornings and sunset if that can help you give me a better idea of which are good for high UV rays?
You're welcome, earnest questions deserve straight answers. That's what the forum is supposed to be about. Looks like you got a lot of good info here. Now grab some filters and go out and shoot! Figure out what gives you the results that you like. Might also suggest that, at first, you take notes so when you get home and are looking at the images on your computer, you can tell which setting work of you. I also keep a handheld exposure meter in my travel case and use the readings from it to decide which filter to use based on my likes and experience.Richard, still fairly new to this. Thanks for not making me look like an idiot! I was looking into the screw on ones as well and oddly enough I was looking at a ND 4-8-16 set for around $60! And Msinger, exactly what I needed to see to help with my decision. You guys rock.
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