The have/have no Filter Debate continues

Started Nov 7, 2005 | Discussions thread
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Melbourne Park Senior Member • Posts: 2,682
Re: I disagree......


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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