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Cokin BPW400A P W/A Holder + Cat

Cokin BPW400A P W/A Holder + Cat
alaAverage 3.3

20 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 20 reviews from magazines and websites.

On average, users rate this product 65/100.

Review analysis

(Based on 20 reviews)

User Reviews  

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Just about enough!!!

 

A bit loose, the plastic feels very cheap. I fitted it on a 10-20mm DX format,,, It works fine @ about 12mm

Easy To Use

Loose Mount","Weak Construction

Consumer review by:

OK but not wide angle

 

I bought the wide angle holder because I was getting vignetting with my Nikon 24-70mm Lens using the standard P holder with 4 slots. Sadly the vignetting was exactly the same and it only has 1 conventional slot plus the back slot. It is also extremely...

Firm Mount","Strong Construction

Fiddly to get on and off","Vignette is same as stand

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Excellent for Canon or Sigma wide angles

 

I have had excellent results with this adapter (i) on a 24-60 mm Sigma 35mm film kit and (ii) on a Canon EFS 10 - 22 mm Digital kit. ND 2-stop soft grad showed no vignetting down to 12mm on APS-C (19mm equivalent). I did see vignetting at 10mm when the...

Easy To Use","Firm Mount","Strong Construction

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Consumer review by:

value for money

 

So far i have been using this with both canon 18-55 and tamron 70-300 and on both these lenses worked fine. I\'m going to buy sigma wide angle lense next and then probably i will have some issues but so far i\'m happy.

Easy To Use","Value for money

Consumer review by:

Doesn\'t Work

 

This adapter is recommended for wide angle lenses of 28mm or longer. Used it on my x1.6 crop sensor camera with a 17mm to 55mm lens. Got vignetting until I reached 35mm, which in reality (35mm format) is 56mm. If you plan on using wide angle lenses opt...

Product Specifications

Only few years ago, photographers and videographers were asking for special effect filters. Today, they ask for Cokin filters. A French professional photographer, Jean Coquin, is the inventor of the concept of creative photography. To allow everybody to get a chance to produce great "creative images" Jean Coquin designed a system with the following prerequisites: simplicity, rapidity of use and versatile enough to leave plenty of room for individual inspiration and creativity. PRODUCT FEATURES:
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