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LEE Filters Gel Snap (4x4" Filter Holder) for Lenses up to 82mm

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LEE Filters Gel Snap (4x4" Filter Holder) for Lenses up to 82mm

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The Gel Snap is Lee's easy and affordable filter holder. Simply insert your 4 x 4" filter, snap it shut, and "snap" it on to any lens 82mm or smaller using the included "Elastomeric Tension Device", also known as an "E.T.D.", i.e, rubber band.

UPC: 619465019795
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.6 x 5.6 x 1.3"

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LEE FiltersGel Snap (4x4" Filter Holder) for Lenses up to 82mm
 
2.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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4.0

works ok

By woody

from santa rosa ca.

About Me Semi-Professional

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Difficult To Use

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    Comments about LEE Filters Gel Snap (4x4" Filter Holder) for Lenses up to 82mm:

    hard to mount on lens

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    1.0

    doesn't fit Canon 24L II TSE 82mm thread

    By James

    from DC

    About Me Semi-Professional

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          Comments about LEE Filters Gel Snap (4x4" Filter Holder) for Lenses up to 82mm:

          Doesn't fit my lens. Also doesn't feel very sturdy.

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          2.0

          Poorly designed and cheap

          By Ryan

          from Duluth, MN

          About Me Professional photographer

          Pros

          • Inexpensive

          Cons

          • Poor design

          Best Uses

          • Shooting Outdoors

          Comments about LEE Filters Gel Snap (4x4" Filter Holder) for Lenses up to 82mm:

          snap is very hard to open and shut and the filter cannot be raised and lowered, so your stuck with the grad ND being always at one place in the composition....just poorly thought out, as it wouldn't have been much harder to make this so that the filters slide in from above and have some tension to hold them in place. Also the filters slide from side to side inside the holder, falling off to one side of the lens, so using it on diagonal is difficult.

          It was cheap, so I knew it wouldn't be a pro grade product, but still...it's like it was designed by someone who has never used a camera.

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          4.0

          Good lightweight option

          By thaMACHETE

          from Detroit, MI

          About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Firm Mount
          • Lieghtweight
          • Strong Construction

          Cons

          • Very tight on 82mm lens

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            Comments about LEE Filters Gel Snap (4x4" Filter Holder) for Lenses up to 82mm:

            I used this filter holder as a lighter weight option when backpacking in the porcupine mountains. It was nice to not carry more than I needed and was affordable to replace if broken. the rubber band seems very heavy duty and the snap effect on the holder seems like it will last many snap opens and close. great cost effective option.

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