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    Default Polarizing lens filter

    Hi guys,

    I am using a D90. I do quite a mixture of outdoor and indoor shoots.

    Read somewhere that polarizing filter is good for certain sunny situations.

    Should I get one?

    If i use one, can i keep it on permenantly without switching the filter, for both indoor, sunny outdoor, and night shots?

    What is a good brand to buy for D90, and normal price?

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    Default Re: Polarizing lens filter

    Quote Originally Posted by jlee1974 View Post
    If i use one, can i keep it on permenantly without switching the filter, for both indoor, sunny outdoor, and night shots?
    What is a good brand to buy for D90, and normal price?
    Do you wear your sunglasses day and night?
    Filters are not made for brands of cameras or lenses. They only have a diameter and a type. Select the right type for your purpose and the right diameter for your lens (hint: it's in mm and printed on the front of your lens). For prices .. well, there is a price guide here for filters. Happy browsing.
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