B+W filters


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Frijj

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Cathay Photo - but you better go with a regular.... otherwise will kena chop carrot head. :)
 

erictan8888

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B + W filters are good... you can also consider nikon NC filters... good...
 

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Depends on who serves you... But always be a discerning customer. Know the rough market price so that you can counter-offer, which can actually be done (even in Best Denki, not sure about cameras, but you can bargain with the sales person for plasma tvs)
 

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yeah i know im using Hoya filters, and when i bought a 2nd hand lens it came with a B+W filter, but then it has stains (which i was unable to remove)

Holding the B+W filter i can already feel the difference then i did an eye test... ok it'll be money worth spending..

so 62mm will be roughly ard $50?
 

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yeah i know im using Hoya filters, and when i bought a 2nd hand lens it came with a B+W filter, but then it has stains (which i was unable to remove)

Holding the B+W filter i can already feel the difference then i did an eye test... ok it'll be money worth spending..

so 62mm will be roughly ard $50?
Not sure. Better to call and ask the price
 

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