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okay so this may be a really dumb question... dont hate.
but if your filming and taking pictures out side and it sunny wouldnt you want more light to come in so you can keep your iso lower so it wouldnt look grainy?
for example they make lens with f stops as low as like 1.5 to let in a lot more light and that helps alot?
so whats really the point of a nd filter? i mean i have one best buy gave me for free worth 80 for my canon L 17-40mm and its always on there, can someone better explain to me to point of them?
im in study at school and this just popped in my head and thought id ask!
+k for awnsers, you can pm me so swe can let this thread stay on topic.
much appreciated bmo. already 10/10
makes sense now!