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LEE RESIN SUNRISE SET

Web Code: 095LEE063  •  Mfr Code: 147
LEE RESIN SUNRISE SET
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Only $224.95 CAD
LEE RESIN SUNRISE SET is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Product Highlights
  • A set of three bright, warm colours for dawn or sunrise photography
  • The Straw 2 Grad filter is a fairly strong yellow and is a good warm-up filter
  • Mahogany 1 Grad helps achieve a paler sunrise effect, while placing the Straw Stripe across the horizon adds warmth
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  • A set of three bright, warm colours for dawn or sunrise photography
  • The Straw 2 Grad filter is a fairly strong yellow and is a good warm-up filter
  • Mahogany 1 Grad helps achieve a paler sunrise effect, while placing the Straw Stripe across the horizon adds warmth
 
  Filter Shape: Rectangular Filter Type: Other Colour Effects Rectangular Size: 4x6"  
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seriously tested...uotstanding bag. "I bought this on sale at a trade show from Henry's. I had read good things abuot Think Tank, and figured at the price, it was a good bag to have in my arsenal. Since that time, I have used this to ferry kit to indoor photo shoots, casual shoots with no studio lighting, etc. Most significantly, I have taken this on extended photo tours of the American Southwest and Southern California. Pros: *It fits in overhead storage cabins of all but the smallest planes. *Zippers can be locked with yuor TSA travel lock. So, if you are on a small commuter plane and they insist you have to leave the bag on cabin storage (as you board they take it from you), you at least nkow the zipper will stay closed. *Straps are much more comfortable than they look, are adjsutable and can be easily & quickly stowed when in the airport, so you don't have dnaglnig, clattering straps all over when you get on the plane. *Has ability to carry a tripod, as well as coming with a decent rain cover. *Lots of good storage space. When in Southern California, I used this 100% of the time, from ocean front shoots to day trips into the Mohave Desert. It was mucked up with dry desert sand, a bit of sea water, sea sand, rock scrapes no problems. On a 5 state-national park tour this year (2014), it went through the Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Mesea Verde, Arches National Park and Monumnet Valley. In Antelope Canyon, the area is very narrow at points and I lost count of the times I ground the pack into rough sandstone trying to wend my way through tight quarters. The sand in these deserts is incredibly fine, like talc. Despite the back often being soaked with sweat, the sand that jumped onto the pack came right off. I have an F-Stop bag, reputed to be the ultra-incredible backcountry camera bag. But.......the Think Tank is easier to use, fits on carry-on better, doesn't look like a ""backpack"", and damn it all, it has had the snot kicked out of it in the Mojave, Sonoran, Chihuahuan and Amargosa deserts. It wears cool, and unless you're doing a month behind enemy lines, I just cannot imagine a better bag. Don't be fooled by the ""streetwalker"" name and think that it can't work well in non-urban environments. It is an absolute beast of a bag that looks refined."
Date published: 2014-04-24
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