I'm not about to sit here and tell people I don't have a budget for filters, but in the same respect, I'm not going to ask for the cheapest one. I have NO idea what I'm talking about when it comes to filters, I don't own any, I don't really even know where to start researching them without worry that the source is bias in any way. I'm looking to stay around or below $100 a filter and I'm wondering what 2-3 filters you guys would recommend for somebody just starting out. My equipment is listed in my sig, I'm trying to stay away from using a flash until I learn the logistics of the camera and how to use it a little better. From what I've at least been researching, I'm thinking of starting with a UV Filter, a ND Filter, and maybe a Polarizing filter of some sort. I will still research what anybody points me to, but I want to see if these are good starters, and what brand and spec to look for. I appreciate this a bunch, thanks in advance! P.S. I mostly do a lot of outdoors and moving shots, a close second will be things like cars that are just sitting there either out in the light, in a parking garage, it really varies. Edit: I'm sorry, I didn't see there was a separate sub-section for equipment, could a moderator or admin please move this? Thanks.