Protective filter… or not? I say beware of filter quality.

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RoxanneY
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Re: Protective filter… or not? I say beware of filter quality.
In reply to tqlla, 5 months ago

tqlla wrote:

RoxanneY wrote:

William Curtindale wrote:

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Hi William! What is a T* filter? Is it a Tiffen? Sorry for my ignorance.

For those of you in the know, what is the best filter to purchase? I may splurge for my better lenses. So far I only have Tiffens.

Did any of you test and confirm? I tried my beercan 70-210 w/ and w/o my Tiffen and it seems to be the same. I need to test my large beercan, but as I recall I didn't like it much because it wasn't sharp. Hopefully this will fix the problem.

Roxanne

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He means Zeiss Tessar T* filters

Wow, those are pricey!  Probably not worth protecting my Minoltas with those, but maybe for my more pricey lens I should take the plunge.

Thanks tqlla!

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