K9 Kase Filter Holder Kit (100mm)With Magnetic Polarising Filter [crp]All comments are manually moderated before display15 Comments Dan Barthel on 27/07/2019 at 12:17 am Cost for purchase and ship to US? Do you have a dealer over here? Reply Robin Whalley on 27/07/2019 at 1:52 pm I’m sorry, I can’t supply to the US. I believe OEC Camera sells Kase filters in the US. Reply Kenneth Drysdale on 18/02/2020 at 9:14 pm Hi. I have a Fuji XT3 and a few fuji X fit lenses. i just wanted to make sure that the filter set is suitable for that combination. Reply [email protected] on 19/02/2020 at 8:48 am Hi Dan, yes the holder is fine with this combination. Where people experience issues with filter. Systems is with vignetting. The focal length of the lenses is the key to this and also if you use any screw in UV filters on them. I also use a Fuji X-T3 and my widest lens is the Fuji 10-24 which has a screw in UV filter. I’m using a K8 holder and don’t have any problems with the holder vignetting even at 10mm. Lens construction can also be a factor but you should be fine with the X Series lenses. The K9 holder is an improvement on the K8 and was designed to cope with the Nikon and Sony ultra-wide full frame lenses which have a wider focal length and lens diameter than the Fuji X-System. Whilst I haven’t personally tried the Fuji 8-16 I haven’t heard of any problems and I really can’t imagine it. Reply Ken Drysdale on 12/05/2019 at 11:59 pm Hi I recently met a fellow photographer who stayed in Norway, although Scottish and he told me about your filter holder and in particular your magnetic polariser. I currently use Lee Filters 100 x 100 and just wanted to check that your holder will take the Lee filters. I find my Lee filter holder is very loose. Also do you keep the step rings for my Fuji Lenses. Reply [email protected] on 13/05/2019 at 8:53 am Hi Ken, yes you can use the Lee 100mm filters in the Kase K8 (100mm) holder. The only ones where there can be a problem are where the Lee filters have a gasket glued to the back of them such as the Big Stopper. The Kase K8 holder already has this gasket built into the holder and so the Big Stopper gasket catches on this. The solution I use (I still have the Big Stopper) is to turn the Lee filter round in the holder so the gasket faces out. Regarding the stepper rings, the best approach is to purchase the sizes you need from Amazon. They have much more choice and are very cost effective. If you want to talk through anything please feel free to call me or email me your number and I will call you. Reply Maggie Dormer on 16/06/2018 at 9:44 pm These look good but it doesn’t look as if they make an adapter for MFT lens with a 58mm filter thread. Love the magnetic polariser idea. Reply [email protected] on 18/06/2018 at 1:56 pm Hi Maggie, The filter rings only come in two sizes (77mm and 82mm). The idea is to use stepper rings for whatever filter sizes you have as this is cheaper. It also means you’re not locked in to buying the manufacturers rings as any stepper ring will work. I just checked on Amazon and there are quite a few choices of stepper ring to step up a 58mm thread to 77mm, most for around £5.00. This would allow you to use the holder with MFT lenses. Hope this helps. Reply Maggie Dormer on 20/06/2018 at 6:23 pm Thanks Robin. That helps a lot. Reply Ray O'Russa on 05/05/2018 at 8:25 am Hello, Robin. I enjoyed your review. I have a couple of questions : 1) I’m trying to decide on a system to buy. How would the Slimline X-CPL compare to the Nisi enhanced landscape cpl in terms of color saturation and ability to reduce haze and glare, and handle reflections? I’m hoping you know something on this because I can’t seem to find anything online to compare the two cpl filters. 2) What would be the cost for shipping to the city of Spokane in the State of Washington, USA, zip code 99205? 3) Which mail service would be used? 4) How long would it take for delivery? Thank you much for helping out. Reply [email protected] on 05/05/2018 at 1:57 pm Hi Ray I haven’t used or seen the Nisi enhanced landscape cpl filter so can’t comment on that. If its a polarising filter, it will have the same effect as any other high quality polarising filter. It is though possible that it has other optical qualities, for example I have seen glasses that make things appear sharper when you look through them.What I can tell you is that the Kase polariser works very well in the landscape. It certainly cuts down glare and can intensify saturation because of this. It is also very slim and sits nicely in the filter ring to reduce any stray light. There isn’t even a hint of vignette get on my 10-24 Fuji lens.One thing to watch out for with the Nisi holder is the mechanism used to rotate the polarising filter. Someone commented on my blog that Nisi uses two very small wheels which they find difficult to rotate. For that reason they switched to Kase which they find easier to use.Hope this helps you. RobinNow for the bad news, I won’t be able to ship to the US as Kase now has Now appointed an agent for the area. I believe its OEC Camera who sell through their website, Amazon or eBay. Reply Annie Carmichael on 28/04/2018 at 5:09 am HiI am interested in purchasing the Kase K8 System Holder Kit (100mm) including magnetic polarising filter.I live in New Zealand so am wanting to find out postage costs etcThanks Annie Reply [email protected] on 29/04/2018 at 4:56 pm Thanks for your enquiry Annie. I will find out the current shipping prices and email you withe the details. Reply Michelle on 20/05/2018 at 8:48 am I’m also in New Zealand and would love to purchase this system so I would love to know how. Reply [email protected] on 20/05/2018 at 8:38 pm The Filter shop on Lenscraft is set up correctly to accept orders from New Zealand. Feel free to use this or email me directly if you want to discuss any aspect of the filters or choices. The reason I ask overseas customers to contact me before ordering is that we can’t supply to countries where Kase already has a local agent in place. Let me know if you have any questions. ReplySubmit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.