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    I understand. I mainly need the 17mm for use with the ND+GND. Plus, the filter set is just as usable with all the rest of the range as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gryphonslair99 View Post
    Not so fast there Little Ranger. One thing that didn't get mentioned. No all filters work well with wide/ultrawides. CPOL for example. The FOV is wider than the effective coverage from the filter. Sort of like looking at a TN monitor screen from the side. You need to keep that in mind as well.
    Well, I can tell you with 100% certainty, I use that combination on a 10-20 and have zero issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughGuessWho View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gryphonslair99 View Post
    Not so fast there Little Ranger. One thing that didn't get mentioned. No all filters work well with wide/ultrawides. CPOL for example. The FOV is wider than the effective coverage from the filter. Sort of like looking at a TN monitor screen from the side. You need to keep that in mind as well.
    Well, I can tell you with 100% certainty, I use that combination on a 10-20 and have zero issues.
    The 10-20 is a DX lens. If you're shooting canon, that's 16mm at its widest end. So, my 17-35 should be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughGuessWho View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gryphonslair99 View Post
    Not so fast there Little Ranger. One thing that didn't get mentioned. No all filters work well with wide/ultrawides. CPOL for example. The FOV is wider than the effective coverage from the filter. Sort of like looking at a TN monitor screen from the side. You need to keep that in mind as well.
    Well, I can tell you with 100% certainty, I use that combination on a 10-20 and have zero issues.
    Please post an example. I would like to see a good ground sky shot with even blues in the sky with a CPL at 10mm. I had issues on my 10-20 and now on my 11-16 at 10/11mm with a CPOL.
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