Front element protection options?

Started Jan 8, 2012 | Discussions thread
Windancer
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Re: Agreed.... +1

Mako2011 wrote:

If it doesn't hurt, why take it off then. Of these five pics only one was taken with the filter on. Seems no reson to remove it then.

You do whatever you want to do concerning filters and we will agree to disagree. You are certainly entitled to your opinion and I mine. I hope that you understand this. There is pros and cons for whatever side you are on, and I respect that and will not argue that.

I mean no disrespect to you but previously Andrew has already proven to this forum in another thread, how flawed your previous photos and testing were. I am not going to do the same.

This is my opinion and mine only when I say, I will not say using a "protection" filter is wrong, not at all. As I said previously, that I would only use one if only if enviormental conditions warrant it.

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