Lee Seve5n Filter System
  • ramsoramso
    Posts: 138
    I got this lens a few weeks back . . The weather has been crap and only had one chance last week to try it out.
    Took these at my favourite local haunt . . . Going to do a lot more in the coming weeks . .

    The Lee System is brilliant, I have adapters for my 14mm,35mm and for my X100s . .
    Very quick and easy to fit, a bit of a hassle to keep clean but really happy with the system.
    So far I have the Big Stopper and a 0.9ND Soft Grad.

    These were taken with the 14mm


    XT1 / X100s - Fuji XF 35mm F1.4
    Fuji XF 14mm / Fuji XF 55-200mm
    Voigtlander 75mm F2.5

  • Hi, Ramso!
    I'm also looking for a Lee System filters for my X Pro 1, but for the mirror less system they have a lot of kit.
    Which one have you bought?
    Thanks a lot!
  • ramsoramso
    Posts: 138
    Hi Silvia . .
    Its the Lee Filters Sev5n (thats how its spelt) Micro Filter system.
    All you need is a screw in adapter for your lens, the filter holder attaches to that
    and then you slide the filters into place, they are special 75x90mm designed for our system.
    XT1 / X100s - Fuji XF 35mm F1.4
    Fuji XF 14mm / Fuji XF 55-200mm
    Voigtlander 75mm F2.5

  • My suggestion is to get the Starter Pack. From there you need a filter adapter for your lens. And a Big Stopper if you would like to take long exposure images as seen above.

    The Seven5 system is cheaper than the regular system, and works up to 72mm threads. I bought one myself not long ago and I am satisfied with it. Here you can see an image taken with X-Pro1 and the Big Stopper, The little Lighthouse @ 500px
  • thank you very much, guys! :)

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