Nikon CP 52mm filter vs B+W CP 52mm filter?
Here's one of the more comprehensive tests I've found of Polarizing filters. The example photos aren't very inspiring, but it does indicate that B+W produce consistently decent filters, mostly making the price worthwhile.
Whenever there are discussions of Nikon filters, someone casually mentions that a friend of a friend told them that Nikon filters are made by Hoya. Make of that what you will.
One more thing; we're two of the top posters on this forum. While cross-posting is frowned upon, you might get more example photos from a request on one of the Nikon forums.
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