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    Default Re: Advisable filter to buy

    Quote Originally Posted by paddy27 View Post
    omg...i bought dy.think get cheated.damn..
    but the uv filter the glass look very slim n clear.
    here is the product official website "http://www.pixelhk.com/Default.aspx"
    Got cheated nevermind. Take it as a lesson and learn. Don't get cheated again for large ticket items.

    Just take note that even the Top of the Line Kenko Zeta protector filters 77mm only cost around $60 nowadays.
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    Default Re: Advisable filter to buy

    Quote Originally Posted by paddy27 View Post
    omg...i bought dy.think get cheated.damn..
    but the uv filter the glass look very slim n clear.
    here is the product official website "http://www.pixelhk.com/Default.aspx"
    to be fair to this company, i am using their shutter cable release. but i have not used their filters before but the cable release works great for me.

    for the price u are paying, u can top up another 20-30 to get a more reputable brand like Hoya or B+W.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinned79

    to be fair to this company, i am using their shutter cable release. but i have not used their filters before but the cable release works great for me.

    for the price u are paying, u can top up another 20-30 to get a more reputable brand like Hoya or B+W.
    Bro the Kenko Zeta (Hoya hd equivalent) is selling at TK for 59 only.

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    hmm, im looking to get a ND and CPL (slim type) filter

    any good ones to recommend?

    Im actually aiming the B+W ND110 for ND
    but i have no idea for CPL (need a slim type, most are normal thickness), wanted to aim the kenko zeta ex cpl but like not many shops carry them...any idea for the price of it & where i can find them?

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    Default Re: Advisable filter to buy

    Quote Originally Posted by SoundOfSilence View Post
    but i have no idea for CPL (need a slim type, most are normal thickness), wanted to aim the kenko zeta ex cpl but like not many shops carry them...any idea for the price of it & where i can find them?
    Just look carefully at the posting right above yours Already one source given .. take your phone and give them a call.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Octarine View Post
    Just look carefully at the posting right above yours Already one source given .. take your phone and give them a call.
    ar yes, didnt refresh the page when i posted my reply, missed the comment above mine...sorry about that

    may go down to funan to take a look tomorrow. Any more shops to reco, that stock more varieties of filters? Checked the mass sales and went to ms colour, mostly all stocking hoya, b+w and other cheap filters

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    Default Re: Advisable filter to buy

    Have seen Kenko, Hoya, B+W at Orient Photo. They also have some cheap brands ... but I don't touch that stuffs. For square ND you can have a look at Cokin, Tianya. Do read up about the colour cast they can produce (IR portion of light), but no issue with shooting RAW and post-processing.
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    Default Re: Advisable filter to buy

    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Bro the Kenko Zeta (Hoya hd equivalent) is selling at TK for 59 only.
    ohh ok... i haven used Kenko filters before haha... i am a faithful user of B+W previously used Hoya HD (once) and Hoya Pro1 Digital before though

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    never heard of it, perhaps you will want to stick to more reputable brand like hoya, or b+w... and $60 for a UV filter is not cheap, it's really expensive...

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    nvm la.at least tis pixel filter i nvr feel lower dwn the image quality

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    Quote Originally Posted by paddy27 View Post
    nvm la.at least tis pixel filter i nvr feel lower dwn the image quality
    u should try at night, take against any light sources, see if it creates any flares easily.

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