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    Default B+W filter

    which B+W filter recommended?
    am confused with so many types of B+W in the market.

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    Default Re: B+W filter

    What do you mean?

    Please be more precise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dleugene View Post
    What do you mean?

    Please be more precise.
    Mean there are so many types of B+W filter. Just wondering each purpose and which one should i buy to fix it permanent.

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    Default Re: B+W filter

    If you are using it for your kit lens, go for Hoya instead.
    I use UV filter to protect the front lens element if that what you looking for.

    But will remove it if i take night shots or attached other filer.
    Canon|Tamron|Gitzo|Manfrotto|Benro|B+W|Hoya|LCW|LEE|HiT ech|Cokin|TianYa

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    Default Re: B+W filter

    Quote Originally Posted by megardstorm View Post
    Mean there are so many types of B+W filter. Just wondering each purpose and which one should i buy to fix it permanent.
    I reckon tt to be UV filter then...the filter that stays most of the time on lens for most ppl...
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    Default Re: B+W filter

    lol go check wikipedia or their website for info

    eg ND, CPL, UV, grad ND
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    Default Re: B+W filter

    Quote Originally Posted by dleugene View Post
    If you are using it for your kit lens, go for Hoya instead.
    I use UV filter to protect the front lens element if that what you looking for.

    But will remove it if i take night shots or attached other filer.

    yap. am looking to protect the lens but just wanna to use B+W filter instead.

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    Default Re: B+W filter

    Quote Originally Posted by megardstorm View Post
    yap. am looking to protect the lens but just wanna to use B+W filter instead.
    B+W mrc xspro is what u need. go mass sale look for henessy or eugenep thread
    Last edited by sinned79; 27th July 2010 at 11:09 PM.

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