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LEE Filters Seven5 Filter Holder

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LEE Filters
LEE Filters Seven5 Filter Holder
Key Features
  • Compatible with Seven5 75 x 90mm Filters
  • Fits Lenses from 37-72mm with Adapter
  • Designed for Compact System Cameras
The LEE Filters Seven5 Filter Holder is a precision-engineered filter holder designed specifically for the Seven5 75 x 90mm filter series. The compact size of the holder and filters is especially suited for compact interchangeable lens cameras, such as mirrorless cameras, and supports the use of two rectangular filters at a time. A dedicated circular polarizer is also available and can be used in combination with other rectangular filters simultaneously. This holder requires the use of a Seven5 adapter ring to attach to lenses with filter ring diameters between 37-72mm.
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LEE Filters S5FH Overview

The LEE Filters Seven5 Filter Holder is a precision-engineered filter holder designed specifically for the Seven5 75 x 90mm filter series. The compact size of the holder and filters is especially suited for compact interchangeable lens cameras, such as mirrorless cameras, and supports the use of two rectangular filters at a time. A dedicated circular polarizer is also available and can be used in combination with other rectangular filters simultaneously. This holder requires the use of a Seven5 adapter ring to attach to lenses with filter ring diameters between 37-72mm.

Designed for use with compact interchangeable lens cameras.
Requires a Seven5 adapter ring for attaching the holder to a lens. Adapter rings are available in sizes ranging from 37-72mm.

LEE Filters S5FH Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.12 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.8 x 4.2 x 0.95"
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What thickness of filters will this system hold? Also how would a polarizer attach to it?
Asked by: Jack M.
Im not sure what thickness the filters are, but it works with all the Seven5 Lee filters. The polarizer attaches to the front via the 4 screws on the corners, it rotates on and snaps into place.
Answered by: Ryan T.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will I get any vignetting using the Seven5 system on a 8mm focal length, 67mm thread MFT lens (OMD EM-1ii)?
Asked by: George J.
I have used it upto 14mm without any vignetting. I read somewhere that you will see vignetting at 8mm ( quick search on internet can pull it up) but I haven't tested it as I don't own 8mm glass.
Answered by: samkit j.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will my generic brand adapter rings work with this or would it need to be Seven5 adapter rings? Thanks!
Asked by: Ayla Louise Cyrene M.
I bought the Seven5 adapter rings for each one of my lenses because they're specifically designed to work with the Seven5 system. I'm happy with my purchase as it makes my work flow seemless when changing between lenses.
Answered by: Ryan T.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Has anyone tried this on the Leica M system?
Asked by: Stephen
I've used it on Fuji XT-1 and Sony A7ii with incredible results but never with Leica.
Answered by: Will S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Does this hold 1 or 2 filters?
Asked by: Anonymous
This holder has two slots for filters but also allows for their polarizing filter to attach to the front. So you could have as many as three filters if one is a polarizing filter.
Answered by: David H.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I have a Sony A7II. Would this be compatible? Also, I currently own the 100mm system, should i just stick with that?
Asked by: Kelly
If you are using the smaller diameter lenses made for mirrorless cameras then the Seven5 filters will be needed. However, if you are using lenses made for dslrs on your Sony A7ii then the 100mm filters will work.
Answered by: Timothy B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is it possible to use the 100mm system on smaller mirrorless camera? What needs to be purchased for a 58mm lens so I can use my existing 100mm system ?
Asked by: Helen H.
Yes it's possible to use standard 100x100 system with mirrorless but bulky hence overkill. Only thing needed for the 58 mm is an adapter with the right thread size (available on the maker's website under Specs).
Answered by: Eric L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is the seven5 system compatible with a dslr camera (canon 70D)? What trade-offs might you expect when comparing this system with the larger (100mm) system?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Seven5 Filter Holder is really designed for smaller cameras, such as rangefinders and mirrorless cameras. It will only work with lenses with 37-72mm filter threads. So, if you invested in some of Canons high end lenses that have 77mm and 82mm filter threads, you would need to invest in an entirely new system for a filter holder. It would be a much better idea to start out with the Lee 100mm system. *Christina*
Answered by: Christina S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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