Newb here. I'll be at B&H Photo this week and could use some help picking out some accessories. What I've got: -Panasonic G3 with 14-42 kit zoom lens -Nikon 50mm f/1.8 and adapter -Canon FD 28mm f/2.8 and adapter -lens adapter rear caps, lens front caps (I'll keep the legacy primes mounted to their adapters) -lens pen -tripod -bag -memory cards -lens hood for 14-42 -inexpensive UV filters for legacy primes -FL-300 flash <br> What I think I could use: <br> -remote shutter release - thinking of getting the Vello RS-P1II Wired Remote Switch for Panasonic for $10 instead of the Panasonic shutter release for $50 <br> -neutral density filter - if I'm only getting 1 ND filter, is a 3 stop filter the way to go? Or would I be better served with a graduated filter? Would the latter require more equipment to be able to use the graduated filter? <br> -polarizing filter <br> -UV filter - I've got very inexpensive UV filters for my legacy primes, and no filter for the 14-42 kit zoom (just using the hood). Is there any reason for a newb to drop money on anything better than $5 UV filters? <br> -filter wallet - will probably just see if they have something used; don't want anything fancy here <br> -white balance card - typing this into the B&H search box yielded > 100 results. I'm lost - help! Just want something basic. <br> -macro extension tubes for Nikon 50mm f/1.8 - would something very inexpensive/basic be sufficient to experiment with a bit of macro photography? <br> Any tips on the items I'm contemplating? Is there anything else I should be considering? Thanks!