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    Default Re: Polarizing Filters

    Quote Originally Posted by charliechaps View Post
    was wondering... If you had to make a decision to get a cpl for either a wa 10-24 or normal 18-55 which would you get
    I will not get any CPL for 10-24. You will get uneven polarization.

    For 18-55, I will get a Hoya both side coated CPL or HMC CPL at most.

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    Default Re: Polarizing Filters

    Quote Originally Posted by Blur Shadow View Post
    I didn't mean that a filter will change the angle of view. I meant that given the an ultra-wide angle lens provides for a very wide angle of view, you risk getting uneven polarization when paired with a polarizing filter.
    I used your answer to highlight that the focal length / field of view is the reason for uneven polarization effect. No change in filter will affect this. Didn't want to repeat what you have posted already
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    Default Re: Polarizing Filters

    Quote Originally Posted by Octarine View Post
    I used your answer to highlight that the focal length / field of view is the reason for uneven polarization effect. No change in filter will affect this. Didn't want to repeat what you have posted already
    Ah yes! Hehe! Cool!

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