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Where to buy lee filters

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by MartinB, Apr 17, 2003.

  1. MartinB

    MartinB Well-Known Member

    I'm looking to buy a Lee filter system but all the prices I've seen appear to be strangely similar. Is there a place that sells a bit cheaper or is there a bit of price fixing?

    Martin B
    Defender 110
     
  2. eryri

    eryri Well-Known Member

  3. RichardHardwick

    RichardHardwick Well-Known Member

    Hi Martin, I would recommend any of the three Steve has mentioned, though I buy my Lee filters from Speed Graphic.

    Another Landy enthusiast, what model of 110 do you you have?

    Richard
    <a href=http://www.richardhardwick.com>www.richardhardwick.com</a>
     
  4. eryri

    eryri Well-Known Member

    For Richard. Off thread

    Hi Richard
    I been meaning to mention to you that I'm having problems opening the links in your website. The home page comes up ok but none of the links work. Is it me or are you still developing it?

    Steve
    http://www.landscapesofwales.co.uk
     
  5. RichardHardwick

    RichardHardwick Well-Known Member

    Re: For Richard. Off thread

    I'm supposed to be developing it and I was expecting to have it finished by now. I'm really good at starting things but never finishing them off. I'm halfway through building an Access database to record the image data which I intended to use to populate the website. And the weathers' been too good to stay indoors and....

    I only put it up to receive some comments on the layout and I kind of forgot it was still there. Now you've reminded me I'll crack on with it, probably on Monday, the weather forecast doesn't look too good. But I'll have my new Land Rover by then...more excuses!/img/wwwthreads/smile.gif

    I'll remove the url from my sig until it's finished.

    Cheers

    Richard
     
  6. eryri

    eryri Well-Known Member

    Re: For Richard. Off thread

    Well, FTIW it looks good. And I know exactly what you mean about distractions. I had just started revamping mine in September 2002 when we dicided to move house. Finally got it finished in a 3 night burst in March this year! Anyway, best of luck with yours.

    Steve
    http://www.landscapesofwales.co.uk
     
  7. RichardHardwick

    RichardHardwick Well-Known Member

    Re: For Richard. Off thread

    Thanks Steve

    Richard
     
  8. MartinB

    MartinB Well-Known Member

    I've got a 1991 Defender 110 station wagon 200TDi - actually great for landscape photography as you're head and shoulders above the hedges

    Martin B
    Defender 110
     
  9. BigWill

    BigWill Gorgeous oversensitive Nikon-loving cream puff

    "as you're head and shoulders above the hedges"..............so presumably one could see into Jeri Ryan's back garden while she was sunbathing with such a vehicle? These Land Rovers are starting to intrest me!

    Big(Completely off the track!)Will


    <font color=blue>I'm sailing like a driftwood on a windy bay!<font color=black>
     
  10. 0

    0 Guest

    > ... while she was sunbathing with such a vehicle?

    Why would Jeri be sunbathing with a Land Rover, Will? Is there something you're not telling us? :)

    Steve
     
  11. RichardHardwick

    RichardHardwick Well-Known Member

    I've just sold my '84 90 and I take delivery of a 300TDi hardtop tomorrow.

    Richard
     
  12. RichardHardwick

    RichardHardwick Well-Known Member

    Do you want a lift Will?

    Richard
     
  13. BigWill

    BigWill Gorgeous oversensitive Nikon-loving cream puff

    Just drop me off by the hedge at Jeri's gaff Richard.....................don't want her to see me in a smegging Land Rover............terribly bad for my studmuffin flash git image don't ya know!

    BigWill

    <font color=blue>I'm sailing like a driftwood on a windy bay!<font color=black>
     
  14. RichardHardwick

    RichardHardwick Well-Known Member

    LOL/img/wwwthreads/smile.gif

    Richard
     
  15. MartinB

    MartinB Well-Known Member

    I did a price comparison of a Lee Filter Foundation kit, 72mm wideangle ring and P&P (if any).

    The results were:-
    Morco - £72.49
    Robert White - £72.85
    Silverprint - £81.16
    Speedgraphic - £84.15

    Whilst cheapest is not always best, and I would prefer to use a local photographic dealer (in Aberdeen?), Robert White and Morco were helpful on the phone and I'll probably shop with them when funds allow.

    Martin B
    Defender 110
     

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