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Friday, July 29, 2011

My Lee Holder is here

I love my new Lee holder. It arrived on Monday...but it was not until about Wednesday that I opened the box...then of course, I decided to wait for a couple more days before getting together a blog post about it. So without further it is.

This was what was in the box. This is "Chicken Soup for the Landscape Photographer's Soul"

Primarily, the Lee holder comes in two component parts. The adapter ring which hooks onto the lens.

You'll notice the threads here to attach the adapter ring to the lens. In this case; the 67mm adapter ring is going to attach to a Nikon 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5 lens.

The box the Lee Foundation Holder kit came in. Nice...isn't it?

What came in the little Lee bag that the holder came in: 1) The basic holder (with two slots). 2) one additional slot for a 3rd filter if needed + plus longer attachment screws (you replace the shorter screws attached to the holder with the longer screws when you attach the extra slot) 3) a jewellers screwdriver is provided (which is a really nice thought). 4) and a lovely canvas protector bag that you can carry this in. felt like Christmas opening this box up.

Now this is what the adapter ring and Lee foundation holder look like fully assembled. I'm going to have to do a video for those who are learning the Lee system. Look for that to come in the next few weeks. It'll be a close-up video of just my hands putting the pieces together, plus me narrating the steps to assemble the pieces together.

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