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48mm red filter
Old 10-25-2005   #1
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Wink 48mm red filter

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My lonely canonet is searching for a beautiful 48mm red filter. If anyone has one and want to sell it please contact me. I've searched in the *bay but it seems to be a rare size/color filter.
If somebody knows links where i can buy it, pleeeease tell me.

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Old 10-25-2005   #2
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I think Backalley had a line on some. Maybe he will see this soon.

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Old 10-25-2005   #3
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KEH has 48mm no name 48mm red filters for $3.00 US or Canon R1 for $33.00 US.
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my local shop had a bunch of new old stock filters in 48 size. i'm pretty sure they have red.

but i can't drive for another couple of weeks, (doc's order) but i can check after that if you're still looking.
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here's a nice new yellow 48mm filter from a good seller. (ebay)
i have bought from her before.

yellow 48


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Try a 48-49mm step up ring. They are relatively cheap and the choice of filters and lens hoods is then much bigger.

http://www.srbfilm.co.uk/index1.html
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Old 10-26-2005   #7
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Hi. Thank you all for your help. Maybe some of you can help with this question: my canonet with a 48mm orange filter seems to shade a litle on the metering cell. Do you think i should get instead a step-up ring 48mm-52mm. And the step-up ring isn't going to block part of the viewfinder?

Joe, thanks for your help, maybe later you can help me. Get well soon! I hope it isn't nothing too serious with your health.
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