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    SouL81
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    Default Filters n polarisers

    Hi .. all .. i am looking 4 polarisers, close up n uv filters can anyone recommend me on which brand to take...? thanx : )

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    hi bro,
    Hoya and Tokina the cheap ones to go...don't ask me about others....simply too ex. for me and maybe u??
    Originally posted by SouL81
    Hi .. all .. i am looking 4 polarisers, close up n uv filters can anyone recommend me on which brand to take...? thanx : )

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    SouL81
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    hey bro , u veri difficult to contact lei.... haha.. was msging u all the way .. but couldnt get to u ... haizzzzz..... haha thanx any way ya....

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    erhmm..paiseh.
    think u icq chat better...my icq got prob..cannot receive some icq msgs..
    Originally posted by SouL81
    hey bro , u veri difficult to contact lei.... haha.. was msging u all the way .. but couldnt get to u ... haizzzzz..... haha thanx any way ya....

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    SouL81
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    haha .. okie .. then .. no choice sia .... can pm me ur contact no? tonite may be back in hall... need to ask u abt the sat event .. thanx : )

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    Hoya polariser is very smooth to turn. (>S$40)

    Hoya un_coated UV will do the job just fine. (~S$10)

    Sigma +2 Close up is multi element. No visible distortion. (S$40)

    Suggested price is for 58mm Thread only.

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