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    Quote Originally Posted by ETboy
    same la... mine also konix... but i think mine was like 20 + coz i buy together with my camera and bargain with the old uncle..
    wahaha.. for a moment i tot i was not coned. coz i read from somewhere a 52mm one cost 25 bux. so i thought maybe mine bigger thats y 38

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    hey, use CP can reduce noise ar??

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    i got mine at 29 - Hoya 72mm UV

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    Quote Originally Posted by gernie
    hey, use CP can reduce noise ar??
    Nope!!!

    Read this:

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    Default Some one in CS selling 72mm Hoya close-up lenses

    Those interested to buy close=up lenses, check this thread:

    Hoya 72mm Close-up +1 +2 +4 lenses
    Last edited by LifeWorld; 9th November 2004 at 07:36 AM.

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    there're different types of UV filters. for Hoya, there're the normal single coated (cheapest), HMC (Hoya Multicoated) , and SHMC (Super HMC). There's also a pr series that's ultra thin. Even B+W have at least two types, normal coated (cheaper) and MRC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpenza
    there're different types of UV filters. for Hoya, there're the normal single coated (cheapest), HMC (Hoya Multicoated) , and SHMC (Super HMC). There's also a pr series that's ultra thin. Even B+W have at least two types, normal coated (cheaper) and MRC.
    mind list aLL da (reference only) price ???

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    how much does a slim CP lens cost? gonna get one coz with my konix uv on vigeneting occur. dont wanna get conned agained

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubberduckie_sg
    how much does a slim CP lens cost? gonna get one coz with my konix uv on vigeneting occur. dont wanna get conned agained
    u got 72mm uv rite? how come got vigenet. ? mine don't have any with my 72mm uv konix on...

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    mine have leh.. not very obvious but if inspec closely you'll be able to see them

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubberduckie_sg
    mine have leh.. not very obvious but if inspec closely you'll be able to see them
    can you post some photo or not. Capture 2 photo, one with UV and one without UV
    Canon EOS 70D + 40D

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    ok i'll get the photos up asap.
    btw. you know the cost of cp lens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubberduckie_sg
    ok i'll get the photos up asap.
    btw. you know the cost of cp lens?
    I bought a Tokina brand 62mm CP cost me about 37 bucks lo..I also saw Hoya 62mm CP cost about 80+. I think 72mm for tokina brand may cost u around 50 bucks
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    wwooo hoya is not cheap .... i ask for close up +4 72mm was like 65dollar...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ETboy
    wwooo hoya is not cheap .... i ask for close up +4 72mm was like 65dollar...
    I bought a Hoya 62mm +4 close-up only 30 bucks le...may be 72mm is really expensive ar
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    Look like must go and get a step down adaptor first. If not, a lot of things going to be $$$.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Teoh
    Look like must go and get a step down adaptor first. If not, a lot of things going to be $$$.

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    better join the MO for the tube adapter liao...
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    Quote Originally Posted by donkuok
    better join the MO for the tube adapter liao...
    But now don't have leh

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeWorld
    It's a hot weekend! Hot and sunny with drifting cloud. Decided to take a bluesky shot with FZ20 + UV and CP filters. To avoid vignetting, I zoom-in to fl:14.70mm.

    And if you can spot it, there's a fairy riding a dragon!!!
    Pic with exif data intact and no post processing, no cropping. Just resized.
    Brother, your mind very active ...... you hyper or what!!!

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