ND filter system for full xpan 2 setup
Hi all I am looking for some experienced minds to shed some light on helping me get my hands on the best filter system for all three of my Hasselblad Xpan lenses (30,45 and 90mm), primarily just looking at the 0.3, 0.6 and 0.9 strength ND graduated filters for landscape panoramas. I have been recommended the Lee rf75 holder and filters, but am somewhat a novice when it comes to filters and there operation. How is shooting with this rf75 holder and filters, or ND grad filters in general on a rangefinder such as the xpan in particular, how do you successfully shoot and align the filters when you can not see through the lens?* Is there any aligning/alignment techniques for this camera and the differing viewfinders for each lens? Is there a structure*to match the rf75 holder markers with each of the 3 lens different viewfinders? Do any xpan users here use the rf75? Will it work well with all three lenses, even the super wide 30? (I hear it was designed for the xpan)
Also, and very importantly, will this lee rf75 filter work along with having the center filter attached to each lens?
I have ordered some books on the subject but find the info on these forums far better and true. Also, I will be shooting in situations where I will be needed hard grad sets, so along with my personal shooing process and style, I will be needing techniques and filter placement methods that are overly critical and precise. I have been told using grease proof paper at the rear of the camera before loading the film can be helpful but that means a whole roll per shoot, which for a number of factors just does not work out. Look forward to your info