Cokin P305 Storage Box - Holds 10 "P" Series Filters

Cokin P305 Storage Box - Holds 10 "P" Series Filters

Cokin P305 Storage Box - Holds 10 "P" Series Filters

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This plastic container will hold up to 10 Cokin "P" series filters.  Graduated filters for the Cokin P system are longer (taller) than the standard, ungraduated filters; this box will accept the graduated filters from Cokin and Tiffen, but will not accommodate any graduated filters from Hitech (~109mm tall), Singh-Ray (~120mm tall), nor the "extra long" version Tiffen graduated filters (143mm).

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Cokin CP305 specs

Dimensions 4.0 x 4.2 x 2.1" (102 x 106 x 54mm) WxHxD
Weight 0.18 lb (80 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.1 x 3.8 x 2.2"

Cokin CP305 reviews

P305 Storage Box - Holds 10 "P" Series Filters is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lid is not secure I am an amateur landscape photog just starting out and got this last year to hold my Cokin filters. It is fine for long-term storage or stationary indoor photog where you can keep the holder on a flat surface nearby. But this holder is awful for field use mostly because the lid is not secure. Turning the case upside down would result in filters flying out. Fortunately, I figured that out before I put filters in and secured with an elastic band. Personally, I am going to invest in a holder that can clip to my belt. More convenient for outdoor photography and more secure!
Date published: 2012-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Convenient storage for filters This storage box is a convenient case for your Cokin P Series (85mm) filters. I find it easier to extract a single box from my gear bag than a collection of individual boxes. One tip: Use a piece of gaffer's tape to hold the top on. Otherwise I find when pulling the box from my bag I get the top while the rest stays in. Another thing I do is keep a list of filter factors for each filter taped to the outside.
Date published: 2009-02-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great idea, but needs a bit of refining This is great for holding your filters. The filters slide right in and are held apart from each other by molded in plastic standoffs. I would give this 5 stars, but the top does not stay on. I modified it by using one of those long velcro straps that are sold for keeping extension cords neat. Basically wrap the velcro around the box to secure the cover, then use a piece of tape to secure the velcro. Simple fix.
Date published: 2010-05-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Works OK but overpriced Sized to perfectly fit 10 rectangular Cokin filters, but I only have 4 filters and so wish for a smaller or fabric/expandable version.The top only weakly latches to the main box, as many others have noted. Add your own rubber band or velcro strap.I'd love to see a private label alternative to this, as $ is ludicrous for what should be a $5 plastic molded product. I only recommend this as there are no alternatives.
Date published: 2013-03-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does the job - barely I bought this box to store my filters in in my field bag. While it was fine for storing them at the house, the box is too flimsy to rely on in the bag and eventually cracked. Also the filters were difficult to get out if you used most of the available storage. finally, the top does not stay on well and i had to use an elastic band to keep it on. All in all I would say that I would not buy this again. It is way overpriced and not nearly as functional as soft filter wraps carried in a case.
Date published: 2016-09-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheap Construction I've now used this box for about a year. The lid falls off when trying to put it away resulting in my fingers touching the filters and the lid contacting the filters (plastic on plastic) risking scratches. The case cracked early on but I've kept using it. I lost the lid while taking photos standing on a rock in a river last weekend. I'm now noticing scratching on the edges of all the filters from riding in the plastic carrier slots. If I'd paid $5.99 for this thing it would be no big deal, but at $ I expected more than I got. Looking for alternative now.
Date published: 2011-02-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works but could be better The box is robust and works for holding 10 filters. However the filters are not really fixed and kind of loose in there. Also the known problem with the lit that doesn't stay on is a little annoying.
Date published: 2010-07-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Best option but expensive & ripe for improvements I've had my flat P-size filters in one of these boxes for over 10 years (as of 2015). Take note that it doesn't hold round P filters like the polarizer. I keep those in the original pouches which wastes space in my bag since they could go in this box if they fit. When I bought my first one, these things cost around $ so the current price of just under $ seems excessive. After all, you're only getting a small pastic box with a lid! Unfortunately, I can't find a better storage option so will shell out the cash. The filters don't line up well in the slots so you will often get one in crooked. The guide grooves should be larger/deeper to prevent that. Also, the lid falls off way too easily. For $, it should have a latch. I fixed it by wrapping a large rubber band from grocery store asparagus, rhubarb, etc. Also, the plastic is brittle. Mine has cracked and is taped together which is why I'm buying another one. The box should be constructed of a more study/flexible plastic to avoid cracking apart from bumps incurred in my photo backpacks. Better yet, for $, it should be made of aluminum.
Date published: 2015-10-17
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