Tokina UV filter


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Hi Hi,

Try this shot at home using D80 with 18-200



With Tokina UV filter



Without UV filter

:)

Pretty disappointed with the filter. Do you reckon that B&W would have that problem.
 

Apr 19, 2007
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I had ghosting problem with B+W filter when shooting at nite where there are bright spots lights... guess best is to take out the filter when shooting such scene.... :)

Cheers
 

bernier

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Say NO to UV Filters! :D

just teasing :)
 

lsisaxon

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I had ghosting problem with B+W filter when shooting at nite where there are bright spots lights... guess best is to take out the filter when shooting such scene.... :)

Cheers
Try Nikon L37c. ;p
 

Nenjia

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Hi Hi,

Try this shot at home using D80 with 18-200
Pretty disappointed with the filter. Do you reckon that B&W would have that problem.
a suggest will be "do not use any filters unless you need some special effect, protecting lens is lens cap's job, not filter"

hehe, especially for digital system, the CCD or CMOS are different sensitive to light beams from film !
 

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