The have/have no Filter Debate continues

Started Nov 7, 2005 | Discussions thread
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Melbourne Park
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Re: I disagree......
In reply to Karl Gnter Wnsch, Nov 9, 2005


Here in Australia, we think that when in the bright sun out doors, its better to wear sunglasses. The not only protect your eyes, but they improce your vision.

I have found that the a polariser greatly cuts down on glare from waves with sea photographs. I presume that you would accept that in that situation, an appropriate filter would be a benefit.

With best regards


Karl Günter Wünsch wrote:

jebir wrote:

Karl Günter Wünsch wrote:

Then you really have poor lenses to begin with as I did see severe
image degadation even with the best filters, enough so to dump
severall $100 worth of filters into the trash...

Maybe you had poor (or out-dated) filters then...

2 years ago I bought the best filters money could buy and after
finding out what they did to my "out-dated" L lenses I threw away
the best filters money could buy... (I'm not mentioning brand here
because I don't want to get into trouble with them, let's just say
it was one of the most recommended one).
Karl Günter Wünsch

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