cleanability is one issue. i find B+W cleans easier compared to hoya and nikon that i've used.
Haha, I agree with you on this point. Thats why I like to use B+W.Originally Posted by zoossh
Canon 650D|Panasonic LX3 / LX5
50mm f/1.8 | 85mm f/1.8 | 12-24mm f/4 | 28-75mm f/2.8
My B+W polariser hard to clean leh... But filters are always hard to clean if you go to dusty places
Hoya is incredibly hard to clean when there are oil smudges, compared with B+W.
Oh yes, another point is that condensation, fogging etc takes much longer to go away with cheaper filters. Probably due to coating I guess.
may i know what is B+W used for?
A German company designing and selling optics related stuff. It's also known as Schneider.Originally Posted by jamelaw
I have both Hoya and B+W CP filter.Originally Posted by jamelaw
Build Qty is a big difference, But most importantly, B+W filter is able to capture blue with better contrast and you really got to see those deep blue sky.
Hoya on the othe hand, is close.. but just not that good.