Hoya HMC or B+W F-Pro


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wonder which UV(0) filter is better?
Hoya HMC (multicoated) or B+W F-Pro (coated, right?)

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jnet6

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OT,
but there is also a choice of nikon filters, L37C(UV filter),NC (natural coating for digital). :D
 

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aiya, i have both b+w f-pro and hoya HMC UV, just want to sell a worse one. so need to know which one is better to keep. :sweat:
hope someone can tell me the answer
 

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jnet6 said:
OT,
but there is also a choice of nikon filters, L37C(UV filter),NC (natural coating for digital). :D
Can I know how much do they cost respectively?
 

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i have one question..... how much do filters affect picture quality.... and if so..... y not juz scrape using them altogether...
 

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Witness said:
i have one question..... how much do filters affect picture quality.... and if so..... y not juz scrape using them altogether...
Does a polarizer affect your image? Does a star/ND4 filter affect your image? If so, then it's pretty straightforward to your question isn't it?

Scraping them altogether is my wish too, but unless you intend to change a glass everytime after using it, else the filter is necessary.
 

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Moved thread to a more appropriate location

Ian
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