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    Default Filter on lens

    Hi, can check with bro/sis here

    If I have a filter on my len, when need to use CPL filter should I add it on top of my current filter that attached to my len or
    should I remove the filter & attached the CPL filter


    Thanks

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    Default Re: Filter on lens

    Stacking filters tends to cause vignetting at wide angles.

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    Default Re: Filter on lens

    Quote Originally Posted by blurblur View Post
    Hi, can check with bro/sis here

    If I have a filter on my len, when need to use CPL filter should I add it on top of my current filter that attached to my len or
    should I remove the filter & attached the CPL filter


    Thanks

    Better to remove it or you may get vignetting (dark corners on the pictures).
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    Default Re: Filter on lens

    Remove your UV filters before using your CPLs
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    Default Re: Filter on lens

    yea, use only the cpl filter, i used it once with my uv filter and got unwanted vignettes.

    An example:

    http://fc04.deviantart.com/fs16/f/20...monotheist.jpg
    Last edited by lyonn; 4th September 2007 at 01:10 AM.

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    Default Re: Filter on lens

    Now I know why some of my picture at the 4 corner is black & some dun. Must be I stack the filter and use wide angle.


    Thanks for all

    Now I learnt. yeah yeah

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