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It was my first time really getting out with my new Canon 10-22mm and a new ND filter. The lens was killer. I love it. Unfortunately, the new cheap Fotga Slim Fader 77mm variable ND filter was less than impressive. A smaller 50mm version got great reviews online and I figure for 17 dollars I couldn't go wrong with a larger version. Vignetteing and distortion were manageable but once you darkened up the shot more than a stop and a bit everything became very uneven.
I know the general rule of thumb states that the lower the ISO the lower the noise but I find the noise still horrible on long exposures (even at a hundred iso and on a tripod).
A while ago I also watched a video where Jay Masel (I've probably misspelled that) advocated faster shutter and higher iso to reduce blur but Kelby also commented that the noise appeared lower. Is there something to this?
I would love to hear everyone's thoughts. Cheers!
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