FILTERS, FILTERS, FILTERS

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  1. bemmermazda

    bemmermazda TPF Noob!

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    Its time for me to finally invest in some good quality filters. But, i have never seen so many for sale. Some being cheap as heck and others being hundreds. I want something for skies. To make them look more dramatic. So would i therefore use a polarizer or ND filter.

    -Good company and rating (.9 ,8 .7) ND filter.

    -Polarizer?

    -Infared.


    Im going to be getting 67mm filters.
     
  2. kundalini

    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    There's been a fair amount of discussions on filters of late in the forum. Have you tried the search tool?
     
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    bemmermazda TPF Noob!

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    Yea i was searching but could not come across an answer.
     
  4. kundalini

    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Mmmm, that's odd. I did a keyword search for filter and got 200 hits, in the last two weeks there were 91. Keyword polarizer received 200 ( I guess that's the maximum). Same thing for ND / density.

    What was I missing? I'm not trying to be a smartass, but I know you can get some of your questions answered if you try.
     
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    bemmermazda TPF Noob!

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    Going to get this right now

    B+W 67 mm Kaeseman Circular Polarizer Multi-Resistant Coating (MRC) Slim Glass Filter

    thanks for the help?
     
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    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Hoya R72 or RM90 for the infrared.

    Don't judge a filter by it's maker. Hoya is a very good company once you start paying more than $20 for it's products.
     

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