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    Default Hoya Pro 1 Series Slim UV Filter 77mm

    Greetings,

    Apologies if double posting. The 1st posting seems to have disappeared.

    Anyone has experience with this filter?
    What the cost of this filter (77mm)?

    Thanks a lot.

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    Default Re: Hoya Pro 1 Series Slim UV Filter 77mm

    Don't know about the price but do note that HOYA filters are especially hard to maintain (clean).

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    Default Re: Hoya Pro 1 Series Slim UV Filter 77mm

    I rermember TK Foto selling one brand (cannot remember) that is exectly the same as Hoya Pro series at a much lower price and they are made by the same manufacturer if I am not wrong.

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    Default Re: Hoya Pro 1 Series Slim UV Filter 77mm

    Quote Originally Posted by yyD70S
    but do note that HOYA filters are especially hard to maintain (clean).
    Not really true. I have been using Hoya filters for years. So far I have no problem cleaning them. Except, I must say that they get scratched quite easily. I just replace them if the scratches are bad.

    Both Tokina and Kenko are made by Hoya. In fact, they are exactly the same except for the brand.
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    Default Re: Hoya Pro 1 Series Slim UV Filter 77mm

    I've posted my reply on the other thread.
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    Default Re: Hoya Pro 1 Series Slim UV Filter 77mm

    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis
    I rermember TK Foto selling one brand (cannot remember) that is exectly the same as Hoya Pro series at a much lower price and they are made by the same manufacturer if I am not wrong.

    The name's Kenko.

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