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KolariVision PRO SLIM Filter Review
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KolariVision PRO SLIM Filter Review

We've all head about B+W, Hoya, Lee, Cokin, etc filters and most likely we all have some of these filters already especially UV and ND filters.

In this review from EOSMirrorlessReviews, they go into Kolari Vision's filters for specially modified cameras that can shoot infrared.  We have long liked Kolari Vision, and actually, use some of these filters ourselves.

They conclude about KolariVision's filters;

While there are many filter options for normal standard IR of around 720nm.  You have Hoya, B+W, Tiffen and many others such as Chinese based filters.  Then, you have Kolari Vision, which offers the most complete range of IR and Hot mirror filters available in the market today.  You can get the more economical standard filters or the PRO SLIM filters.  We highly recommend the PRO SLIM family of filters, because of the choice, consistency, and quality of both the filter itself, the filter ring and threads.  Using the thin filters allows us to have stacking options that simply other IR filters do not have, without causing vignetting.

Read the full review here

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