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I recently bought a Canon SX10 IS and it's an awesome camera. After I got CHDK running the only problem I have is that I can't put filters on it. There are adapters to let you use them, but until I get enough money to buy it, it's no filters for me.

I love the effect star filters give. I looked around and found a home made one on Flickr but there weren't any instructions on how to make it, so I figured I would make an 'ible showing how I made it. Credit goes to Rey Nocum for the original idea, you can find his page here http://www.flickr.com/photos/reynocum/sets/1804553/

*Please note this will work on any camera/slr lens that you can attach a lens hood to.
 
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Step 1: Materials

There isn't much you need for this. I'm not really sure how much this costs because I had it all lying around. I know it shouldn't be more than a few dollars.

*Metal screen (the kind used in windows)
*Pringles can/empty tape roll
*scissors
*Utility knife (not needed but its easier to cut the can with)
*Sharpie
*Electrical tape
*Pliers
I made a small one for my digital camera works great thanks for the idea.
evilpooh (author)  spacepirate044 years ago
welcome
Spectrace5 years ago
cool. might try this for my Canon EOS Rebel XSi :)