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Old 9th July 2018
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Re: m4/3 lenses for IR

Originally Posted by Petrochemist View Post
..........Have you come up with a good way of holding the filters?.............
'fraid not - I had the lens tilted back a little and a blob of Blue-tac to form a raised ledge in the lower part of the filter ring, to raise the disk up, so that it completely covered the lens. OK for experimental 'dabbling' but not a practical field solution
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