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wwooaahh

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Hi, any one tried out Green.L filter? They are relatively cheap in the market. But how is the quality?
 

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I can say that Green.L filter is not a good filter.. I have a 72mm cpl.. when i shoot with the filter on i see double of everything.. it looks like handshake.. but in actually it isn't is the filter that cause the problem...I would guess that don't get Green.L filter...
 

wwooaahh

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I am using 77mm CPL. I would say it does work for making the blue skies and clear clounds... But the removing of reflection is not very effective...
Do you have similar issue as bolgash? I am thinking of buying Green.L CPL from ebay. So cheap, only $10. Very tempting, haha.
 

tunge

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i've tried a few of the cheapo filters off ebay.. Green.L, Massa, Tokina, but only for my prosumer PnS camera... personally feel the IQ is affected, does the basic job if u r non fussy n on a budget...

but my advice is to spend a few more dollars to get a reputable Hoya for ur DLSR lenses...
 

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Yeah.. it just does the basic job... First time trying out CPL so wanna buy a cheap wan to see whether is it worthwhile to invest almost $200 for B+W or Hoya HD...

Conclusion... Yes!!! When i have the $$$... wahaha!

BTW, John 3:16 recommanded to me to get Kenko wan... Price is $170 though... :(
 

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Yeah.. it just does the basic job... First time trying out CPL so wanna buy a cheap wan to see whether is it worthwhile to invest almost $200 for B+W or Hoya HD...
Conclusion... Yes!!! When i have the $$$... wahaha!
BTW, John 3:16 recommanded to me to get Kenko wan... Price is $170 though... :(
Nice read-up and review: http://www.lenstip.com/115.1-article-Polarizing_filters_test.html
Maybe helps to understand why a CPL is not that cheap.
 

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