B+w uv filter vs haida uv filter


Optoms

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Hi i just wanna to get some feedback from those users who are using both of these filter. I have been using b+w for most of my lenses so now im trying to save abit since im going to get 2 or more filter. How it is comparable to
B+w xs nano mrc?
 

Optoms

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Hi thanks. But the review is actually for their nd filter.
 

tecnica

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great stuffs from Haida. the colour cast is really very minute, thus easy to work with.

i have been using their 3 stops ND and the results are excellent.

i have the 10 stops too but the recent weather had not been very cooperative, so not much chance to test it.
 

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Ohhh sorry my mistake. Personally I think B+W will be the better one but if you're looking for a cheaper one you can go for the Haida. I'm sure the UV filter will be not bad considering its ND version is made of quality too.
 

tecnica

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for UV, i will just stay with B+W, unless the Haida is tested and proven to be of similar quality.
 

Supersimon27

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Had use the following . Just some humble feedback

B+w F-pro - ghosting appeared when shoot at night with florescent light
Hoya normal - flare notice when shooting direct light
B+w nano - very good . Never encounter ghosting or flare
Haida - so far so good . Never encounter ghosting and flare from above situation . Quality almost same as b+w nano
 

huatman

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Saw review before (can't rmb the website) that the not so expensive hoya hmc uv filter rated quite high comparing to the more expensive B+w etc.
But the cleaning part may not be so gd.
Will stick to either B+W or hoya if need uv filter.
 

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lewissac

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I got a Haida UV 77mm on my Tokina 11-16/2.8. It was very slim and light. So far no issues at all. And easy to clean with a simple wipe using micro fibre cloth. Did not own any B+W so there's no comparison from me.
 

d2sign

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Saw review before (can't rmb the website) that the not so expensive hoya hmc uv filter rated quite high comparing to the more expensive B+w etc.
But the cleaning part may not be so gd.
Will stick to either B+W or hoya if need uv filter.
This one?
lenstip.com/113.1-article-UV_filters_test.html
 

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