Hi all, Just got my GH3 and Panasonic 7-14mm f4 today. Wanted an ultra wide for glidecam usage, wanted a GH3 for 60fps slow-mo. I do video work only and in an effort to emulate film in all my work, I've come across the 180 degree rule (if shooting 60fps, use shutter speed 1/125 so you can get smooth results when you interpret to 24fps in post). As its commonly known, the Panny 7-14mm doesn't accept filters without a rig. I don't think I'd miss the extra 2mm very much if I ditched the 7-14mm and went to the Oly 9-18mm. Because of having to keep the shutter at 1/120-1/125 when shooting 60fps, if I do a lot of outdoor shooting should I return the 7-14mm so I can get the Oly 9-18mm which could accept a variable ND filter? Does this lens fare well on the GH3? Also I've read here and there that the Olympus 9-18mm needs ultra thin filters. There's no such thing as a variable 9-18mm that is as thin as a thin filter, so would this idea be pointless ? Lastly, anyone recommend decent variable ND filters if this is a good route to take? Can't seem to find any decent ones on Amazon Any info is greatly appreciated ***EDIT*** I've read that UWA lenses and variable ND filters are the suck. Would it still be feasible to go towards the Oly 9-18mm and get a dedicated (is that the right word?) ND filter ?