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    Test tonight and let u know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyuHendrabusa View Post
    I was told by MS Color that Tokina & Hoya belong to the same company. But Tokina is the Tiger Airways and Hoya is the SIA
    Then what are B+W, Rodenstock and Heliopan? Hoya is Tiger Airways imho, if you prefer this analogy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Could you pls do a test?

    Place the filter just above a white piece of paper. Does it have any colour cast on the paper?
    No color casted.

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    i've a pen looks like lenspen made by targus. however, 1 end is brush, the other end is cleaning fluid.

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    Default Re: Polarizing filter

    this is what happened to my new cpl

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabako View Post
    No color casted.
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    May I know which shop in Singapore sells this Targus Filter?

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    I got it free from Hai Chew, they are in SLS, maybe you can try there. They told me its worth $80 but i think they inflate the price during IT show to tell me that its a good gift.

    Cathay also had a booth in IT show, maybe they gave out this filter as well?

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    just for the info, ive got a targus uv and targus cpl, the uv filter is ok for the time being, while the targus cpl can only suppress reflection around 70% that of the hoya which i am currently using. image quality wise is fine. so if you are very keen in taking out reflections, then targus cpl is not for you. side by side, the hoya cpl is more darker than the targus, and of course much better build.

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