Polarizing filters

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  1. x400d

    x400d TPF Noob!

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    Hey guys ive been looking atound on the b&h website looking for a polarizing filter and was pretty surprised as to how many there were. So what i would like to know is which one to go for? It needs to be 58mm. So if theres anyone out there that could help me out id greatly appreciate it! Thanks,
    Tom
     
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    x400d TPF Noob!

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    Anybody?
     
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    I use the hoya HD ones. IF you are willing to wait, hong kong stores on Ebay sell them much cheaper than mose US stores. It takes about 3 - 4 weeks to ship sometimes though.

    B+W and Hoya seem to be the most popular brands.
     
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    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Hoya SHMC series and Pro1D seems to be the best bang for buck. There are more expensive ones available though I question what is to be gained from them, and there are cheaper ones available too some which just look downright horrid.
     

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