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    Default Recommended 67mm Filter?

    hi all,

    juz wanna check out if there's any filter out there which won't compromise the quality of pictures taken.
    I don't know much about filter so i would like to seek for advices and recommendation.

    thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Recommended 67mm Filter?

    Quote Originally Posted by Liangerism View Post
    hi all,

    juz wanna check out if there's any filter out there which won't compromise the quality of pictures taken.
    I don't know much about filter so i would like to seek for advices and recommendation.

    thanks in advance.
    If you're shooting digital, you can go for Nikon NC, B+W MRc or Hoya Pro1 Digital MC Protector.

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    Default Re: Recommended 67mm Filter?

    Quote Originally Posted by Liangerism View Post
    hi all,

    juz wanna check out if there's any filter out there which won't compromise the quality of pictures taken.
    There is a contention on whether filter compromise image quality or not.
    The best things in life are free.

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    Default Re: Recommended 67mm Filter?

    Quote Originally Posted by gymak90 View Post
    There is a contention on whether filter compromise image quality or not.
    I think there is a thread somewhere whereby someone did a comparison before.

    Best is No Filter (of course! , followed by B+W MRC UV filter, then Nikon NC filter and so on.

    If your Lens is expensive, I recommend that you get the B+W filter and treat the extra cost as "insurance".
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    Default Re: Recommended 67mm Filter?

    Quote Originally Posted by Liangerism View Post
    hi all,

    juz wanna check out if there's any filter out there which won't compromise the quality of pictures taken.
    I don't know much about filter so i would like to seek for advices and recommendation.

    thanks in advance.
    Got $$ B+W, no $$ Hoya.

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    Default Re: Recommended 67mm Filter?

    alright dudes, thanks for the advices. i'll take note.

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    Default Re: Recommended 67mm Filter?

    Quote Originally Posted by windwaver View Post
    Got $$ B+W, no $$ Hoya.
    Got $$ or no $$ also can choose not to use filters.
    Well it depends on whether TS believes filter degrades image quality or not.
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    Default Re: Recommended 67mm Filter?

    Quote Originally Posted by gymak90 View Post
    Got $$ or no $$ also can choose not to use filters.
    Well it depends on whether TS believes filter degrades image quality or not.
    And yes, got the most $$, don't use filters

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    B+w 010 mrc.
    Meow!

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    what abt sunpaks?"

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    Default Re: Recommended 67mm Filter?

    Quote Originally Posted by Revad3 View Post
    what abt sunpaks?"
    No, don't even bother.

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    Eh? How come no one recommended Heliopan?

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