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    Default B+w uv filter vs haida uv filter

    Hi i just wanna to get some feedback from those users who are using both of these filter. I have been using b+w for most of my lenses so now im trying to save abit since im going to get 2 or more filter. How it is comparable to
    B+w xs nano mrc?
    A7/ FE 35 2.8 / FE 55 1.8/ FE 2470/ A6000 /

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    Default Re: B+w uv filter vs haida uv filter

    You take a look at the reviews section here by some CS-ers. Most of them say they are almost on par with each other.

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1265784

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    Hi thanks. But the review is actually for their nd filter.
    A7/ FE 35 2.8 / FE 55 1.8/ FE 2470/ A6000 /

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    Default Re: B+w uv filter vs haida uv filter

    great stuffs from Haida. the colour cast is really very minute, thus easy to work with.

    i have been using their 3 stops ND and the results are excellent.

    i have the 10 stops too but the recent weather had not been very cooperative, so not much chance to test it.

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    Ohhh sorry my mistake. Personally I think B+W will be the better one but if you're looking for a cheaper one you can go for the Haida. I'm sure the UV filter will be not bad considering its ND version is made of quality too.

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    for UV, i will just stay with B+W, unless the Haida is tested and proven to be of similar quality.

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    Had use the following . Just some humble feedback

    B+w F-pro - ghosting appeared when shoot at night with florescent light
    Hoya normal - flare notice when shooting direct light
    B+w nano - very good . Never encounter ghosting or flare
    Haida - so far so good . Never encounter ghosting and flare from above situation . Quality almost same as b+w nano
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    Saw review before (can't rmb the website) that the not so expensive hoya hmc uv filter rated quite high comparing to the more expensive B+w etc.
    But the cleaning part may not be so gd.
    Will stick to either B+W or hoya if need uv filter.
    Last edited by huatman; 16th October 2013 at 12:57 AM.

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    Default Re: B+w uv filter vs haida uv filter

    I got a Haida UV 77mm on my Tokina 11-16/2.8. It was very slim and light. So far no issues at all. And easy to clean with a simple wipe using micro fibre cloth. Did not own any B+W so there's no comparison from me.

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    Default Re: B+w uv filter vs haida uv filter

    Quote Originally Posted by huatman View Post
    Saw review before (can't rmb the website) that the not so expensive hoya hmc uv filter rated quite high comparing to the more expensive B+w etc.
    But the cleaning part may not be so gd.
    Will stick to either B+W or hoya if need uv filter.
    This one?
    lenstip.com/113.1-article-UV_filters_test.html

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