Using high quality UV filters - should I expect some degree of noise?

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Using high quality UV filters - should I expect some degree of noise?
2 months ago

A few months ago, I bought Sigma multi-coated UV filters for all of my lenses, which have really helped the color balance of my RAW images (I no longer have a problem with blueish hues on most of my daylight shots) but I've noticed that as I zoom in on them in LR, I see a bit of noise, even at low ISOs. Is some degree of noise expected when using these types of filters? I am able to minimize a lot of it in LR but I'm wondering if there's something else I can do to help minimize this; would more expensive filters look better? If so, what should I be looking for?

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