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    Quote Originally Posted by TWmilkteaTW View Post
    Do you mean UV and CPL? no..do not stack them..
    yes..y nt stack them?will got bad effect to my photo taken?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paddy27

    yes..y nt stack them?will got bad effect to my photo taken?
    Hmmm. Why not u try it out and see how yr pics turn out? U can the pics here for discussions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paddy27 View Post
    yes..y nt stack them?will got bad effect to my photo taken?
    Since you are at it.. why dont u try..and see yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paddy27

    yes..y nt stack them?will got bad effect to my photo taken?
    May have vignetting on wide angle lens.
    Especially if u stack both non-slim filters. I encountered this before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paddy27 View Post
    yes..y nt stack them?will got bad effect to my photo taken?
    After stacking some filters get stuck. Good luck.
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    NOt tat serious la... Except for some vignet there is much diff in photo quality. Pls don't scare him.
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    NOt tat serious la... Except for some vignet there is no much diff in photo quality. Pls don't scare him.
    D700 - 24-70mm F2.8 ED - 105mm VR2 Micro - Samyang 14mm - 50mm 1.8D - Mb 10 - SB900 - SB400

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    Even if it doesn't affect picture quality, getting 2 filters stuck is a possibility. What's worse, getting a UV and CPL stuck together, and the front ring of the CPL is so loose that you don't get enough grip to wrench it out from the UV filter. And, nvr try to put the ring UV filter in front of the CPL, it's one of the dumbest thing to get caught with and becomes a laughing stock if ever shown to other ppl.
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    I always put my CPL in front of my UV :P Too troublesome to remove the UV filter off my lens whenever I use a CPL.

    my preference: get the best filter you can afford (B+W, Heliopan) so that you won't have much image degradation even with stacking.
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