Polarizing Filter Question #100000000

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  1. bbaker35

    bbaker35 TPF Noob!

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    I know this is only asked about around 10,000 times per week, but I have another question.

    What is the difference between a:

    Circular Polarizing Filter

    Warming Circular Polarizing Filter

    Kaesemann Circular Polarizing Filter

    and a Warming Kaesemann Circular Polarizing Filter

    ???

    Wow..I'm confused..:lol:

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    Kaesemann means encased. The filter is sealed against dust etc. Good for harsh conditions. Warming filters raise the colour temperature. I would imagine Warming + Kaesemann combines these two functions.

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    Thanks Azuth-

    What does raising the color temperature mean?
     
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    You're statement about raising colour temperature is paradoxical because, higher temperature sources give off white and blue lights, which are actually associated with coldness.
     
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    You're right of course cjoe. My bad in hammering out a quick reply. Just do like Willy Wonker says in regards to my post... "Strike that, reverse it."
     

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