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  1. I'm posting this in the main technical discussions forum because while my inquiry is motivated primarily by invisible spectrum efforts, people doing only visible light photography might assist with these equipment questions or benefit from answers that may be provided. In learning about Nikon lenses I've found that a certain proportion have unusual filter arrangements. These include internal filters on a wheel (several fisheyes), internal but exchangeable filters in a holder (various long lenses), rear-mounted filters (the mirror lenses among others), and rear gel filters (14mm f/2.8). The r
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