Kenko CPL


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melvyn83

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Is kenko CPL good and will the coating come off using Lens tissue and lens cleaning solution.
 

ChongK

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Is kenko CPL good and will the coating come off using Lens tissue and lens cleaning solution.
Hi melvyn,

I do own a Kenko CPL fliter, so far the coating has not come off. But i think Lens Tissue is better know as a optical cloth? and best is you use a dust blower first to get rid of the dust,then use a optical cloth to clean if the dust persist on staying on yr filter. I don't really recommend using lens cleaning solution,as it might damage the coating of the filter. But thats me :)

Hope this helps.


Rgds,
chongk
 

Blur Shadow

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I have a Kenko 67mm Pro 1D Cir-Pol. The coating has never peeled off, although I never use lens cleaning solution on it. I just wipe it gently with a lens cloth.
 

liveevil

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Have a Kenko filter. The quality is somewhat similar to Hoya in my opinion.
 

ChongK

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Actually Kenko and Hoya filters come from the same manufacturer :bsmilie:
 

drewdam

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i used kinetronics solution that clean lens for filter...come on the coating dont just come off just like that...
 

STTNP

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I use kenko CPL always clean lens with blower follow by solution, I dont always clean my lens unless needed.
If you polish yr car too much is not a good thing too.
I Always blow the lens before cleaning and always use lens solution to remove dirt and finger print, didnt do dry cleaning. So far so good.
 

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