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    Default Which brand of filters is the best?

    Hi guys,
    Just sourcing for info regarding filters. Which brand makes the best filter? Or does it matter at all? Thanks!

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    Default Re: Which brand of filters is the best?

    Most would reccomend B+W or Nikon

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    Default Re: Which brand of filters is the best?

    NO filter picture quality sure no affected
    some filter might affect the output

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    Default Re: Which brand of filters is the best?

    Thanks guys for the input. So if I'm acquiring filters, just tell them B+W? I'm currently using Hoya. Is it an ok brand? I'm concerned about the lens without a filter, cos I dun want to damage it due to a weak financial front Currently, I use a UV filter as protection, will this filter change the quality of the pic? Thanks for all your advices.

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    Default Re: Which brand of filters is the best?

    Hoya is acceptable.

    However even within hoya there is the normal UV or SHMC ones..

    If the shot is crucial, eg. paid stuff, better to go without filter as even the best filters degrade IQ.

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    Default Re: Which brand of filters is the best?

    UV filter enough for protection
    use the saving and get CPL or ND filter

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    Default Re: Which brand of filters is the best?

    Do specify what filters you are using. Some say B+W are more effective for film cameras?
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    Default Re: Which brand of filters is the best?

    tell me


    Quote Originally Posted by yehosaphat View Post
    Some say B+W are more effective for film cameras?

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    Default Re: Which brand of filters is the best?

    Quote Originally Posted by mcn View Post
    tell me
    "Some say B+W are more effective for film cameras?"

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