UV Filters. Do they do anything?

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  1. hotkev69

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    You can also look into Haze filters by Tiffen. Her's the website.
    http://www.tiffen.com/filters.htm

    Haze 1 - Reduces excessive blue haze caused by UV light by absorbing 71% of UV. Great all-around UV control.

    Haze 2A - Absorbs all UV light; reduces haze; maintains color and image clarity. Best for high altitude and marine scenes.

    I use a Haze 1 and I see difference in my pictures, mostly in the mountains or near the water.


     
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    :salute: a very very interesting topic. I commend everybody who posted their individual opinion on the this and that of uv and pol filters. A newcomer like will really learn a lot from you guys. Thanks a lot.
     
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    Correction: a newcomer like me............instead
     
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