Polarizing filter for which lens?

Started Jun 1, 2013 | Questions thread
Paul De Bra
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Easy: whichever lens you use the most.
In reply to QuakeO, Jun 1, 2013

A polariser can be used on every type of lens, but it is often not recommended for ultra wide lenses because the polarisation effect becomes too different between the left and right part of the frame (when you use it in sunny outdoor conditions).

A polariser is not only used to make the sky a more distinct blue but also to eliminate reflections on metal, windows and water surfaces. It can be used at any focal length. If you are buying just one you should get one for the lens you use the most. Alternatively you can buy one that fits the largest lens and use step up rings to mount the polariser on other lenses.

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