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Thread: Hoya UV 58mm filter

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    Arrow Hoya UV 58mm filter

    Roughly how much? Filter made in Japan?

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    err $10 ?

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    Originally posted by Keito
    err $10 ?
    u ask me I ask who? $10 is a ok price.

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    just trying to put it in a fun way ...nebermind

    it's around $10 for the uv filter

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    HOYA multicoated UV 58mm filter is abt $43-$50 ...
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    I got my Hoya HMC 58mm UV for $20 from John 3:16.

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    Originally posted by megaweb
    HOYA multicoated UV 58mm filter is abt $43-$50 ...
    Dun think its so expensive for a 58mm.

    BTW, makan, the best glass are from Germany, not Japan.

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    Originally posted by megaweb
    HOYA multicoated UV 58mm filter is abt $43-$50 ...
    hahah..i think u also make the same mistake as myself...

    he is asking for HOYA UV filter and not polariser!!

    anyway, B+W MRC UV filter is abt $44 only...

    Hoya Multi coated Cir-Polariser is also abt $40 (AP offer me $3X) but i am thinking of getting just 2nd hand.

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    Originally posted by Shadus


    Dun think its so expensive for a 58mm.

    BTW, makan, the best glass are from Germany, not Japan.
    OIC.

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    Wat is meant by multi-coated?

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    Originally posted by makan007
    Wat is meant by multi-coated?
    in short...
    multi-coated allows more light (99% or more?) to pass thru the lens, as the lens will reflect less light

    non-multi coated will reflect more light, thus the image will be darker...

    that's why i always recommend pple to get B+W MRC UV filter for their F707...else it defeat the purpose of the fast Carl Zeiss lens it uses.

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