Fazri got himself a Panasonic Lumix FZ30, and a bagload of accessories. We then proceeded to combine forces and deck out our old Canon Powershots.
With this on his Powershot A95, we felt the weight of a digital SLR camera.
My Powershot A520 was smaller, making the lenses/filters look even more obscene!
From outside: 58mm 2x telephoto lens; 52mm to 58mm step up ring; Fazri’s 52mm Hoya circular polarizer, Fazri’s 52mm Hoya R72 infrared filter, Albert’s 52mm Hoya R72 infrared filter, Albert’s 52mm Hoya 25A red filter, Albert’s 52mm Raydawn circular polarizer, our respective camera 52mm lens adapters and finally our cameras. The effect would be the same as a zoomed infrared filter anyway.
What do you get when you put two circular polarizers facing each other? An almost black, trippy infrared-like effect. Turning the dials would change the colors of the lights!