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Fujifilm FH100 Holder

Thank you for purchasing the H&Y Fujifilm magnetic holder. Please read the following instructions carefully before use. The information provided in these instructions are intended as a guide to help best use and understand the FH100 features 

Brief Introduction to the FH100 

  1. Alignment locating pins 
  2. First filter locking screw to hold filter in position
  3. Scale for positioning the filter and marking off graduated line 
  4. Collar locking screw for securing holder to lens
  5. Metal strips for K-series filters to magnetically attach to holder
  6. Lens barrel adjustable arc and collar for securing holder to lens 

Step 1

Align the 4 locating pins of the holder and slide into the four recessed scoops of the lens hood

Step 2

Close the adjustable arc on lens barrel located behind the holder, making sure the screw overlaps the raised arch 

Step 3

Following the arrow direction in the image, tighten the locking screw making sure the holder stays in position, but do not over tighten. 

Step 4

Now that your square filter holder is in place, simply snap on your K-series filters with pre-installed magnetic frame

Step 5

The first filter can be carefully locked in place with screws located on the side of your holder. This helps secure against unintentional detachment from knocking the filter. 

Step 6

Stacking multiple filters is simple with the K-series system. Be careful when shooting at your widest as 2 or more filters will cause vignetting. 

Filter Angle Testing

Due to the limitation of the filter size, there may be special cases where vignetting might appear when using the H&Y FH100 holder. We go into detail with the following 3 scenarios for your reference. 

Test 1

The following example test demonstrates that when adjusting the filter vertically, there will be no visible vignetting F/11 at 8mm, or F2.8 at 8mm. 

Test 2

When tilting the filter 5 degrees to your right or left, there will be no vignetting visible when shooting 8mm at F11, however, when shooting at F2.8 and 8mm, there will be slight vignetting in the lower right or left corner. Example of this in the images below

Test 3

When tilting the filter 10 degrees to your right or left, there will be vignetting visible when shooting both at 10mm F11 and when shooting at F2.8 and 10mm, the level of vignetting differs in the lower right or left corner, example of this in the images below. Image 1 shows 10mm at F11 and Image 2 shows 10mm at F2.8

Test 4

When tilting the filter between 20-30 degrees to your right or left, there will be very slight vignetting visible when shooting both at 12mm F11 and when shooting at F2.8 and 12mm, the level of vignetting differs in the corners, example of this in the images below. Image 1 shows 12mm at F11 and Image 2 shows 12mm at F2.8

Test 5

When tilting the filter between to 45 degrees to your right or left, there will be no vignetting visible when shooting both at 16mm F11 and when shooting at F2.8 and 16mm

Conclusion: 8-10mm will be perfect for vertical filter movement, 12mm will be perfect at an angle no greater than 30 degrees and 16mm at 45 degrees shows no vignetting at 45 degrees. 

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