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    Default Re: Tokina uv filter

    Quote Originally Posted by ygw0707 View Post
    Wat's the situation for using cpl? Outdoor shooting? blue skies?
    Do I use cpl when shooting city/landscape, sunrise and sunset?
    Sorry for some newbie quest.. Hope ur dun mind =)
    There is a filter guide as sticky thread right on top of the newbies corner here.
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    Default Re: Tokina uv filter

    Quote Originally Posted by ygw0707 View Post
    can i use uv filter and cpl at the same time?
    UV filter has no real usage, except giving the scared people a feeling of safety for their lenses. Optically it's redundant. Stacking filters is generally discouraged, it invites effects like flares, ghosting and colour casts.
    Use the filter that you need, remove those you don't need. Your lens was designed to work well without any filter. Nothing that you add can improve your lens.
    Last edited by Octarine; 17th June 2011 at 11:40 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ygw0707
    can i use uv filter and cpl at the same time?
    Image quality will decrease. Do u really need a uv filter though?
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