Estevan, BTW, if you’re in

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Estevan,

BTW, if you’re interested in conversion lenses for your camera take a look at Sony’s line of lenses. Find out what size filter your lens will fit and size the conversion lens on that (I do believe the TRV series is 37mm.) Conversion lenses are inexpensive and will help give you more control over the more ‘abhorrent’ qualities of the format. Your basic filter kit should have; 1 Ultra-Violet (UV) this filter should be on at all times to protect your lens, an ND 2, ND4.) If you want something extra, try a Polarizer. Anything else and you start getting gimmicky. you can find Sony conversion lenses at:

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?ci=2102&N=4294548333+4291560975+4291215468

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