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    Default vitacon cir-pl any good?

    thinking of buying a cir-pl for fz20 any comment on this filter as compared to hoya in terms of built & the quality of the pictures taken when using these filters?
    i'm comparing to single coated filters between these 2
    thks for any info

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    get hoya or tokina... i using a vitacon... but somehow i still think the hoya is better in polarisation... tested

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    Quote Originally Posted by eugenep
    get hoya or tokina... i using a vitacon... but somehow i still think the hoya is better in polarisation... tested
    Any differences between HOYA and TOKINA??

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    thks for the info

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    If I remember correctly, Hoya/Tokinas the same, cause behind my Hoya circ polarizer case got a Made By Tokina thingy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawnlim
    Any differences between HOYA and TOKINA??
    For the standard grade, no.. The Hoya Super-HMC & Ultra-HMC would be different though..

    Why not go for a B&W? It's wayyy better.. I didn't realise it until I accidentally mounted the filter onto the wrong lense. And when I got the prints developed, I was wondering why the cheap lense was producing better shots then my Carl Zeiss.. LOL.. Then I checked and realized that the B&W was on the cheap kit lens whereas the Hoya standard grade was on the CZ..

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    Get the tokina should be $30 for 62mm from CP.

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