Where is the mark on the polarizer supposed to be?

Started 2 months ago | Questions thread
Alex Ethridge
Alex Ethridge Veteran Member • Posts: 4,994
The lack of an accurate mark is a disservice to the user.
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The first polarizer I bought was in 1965 and it had more than just a mark; it was an actual, physical handle about a half-inch long sticking out to the side from the rotating rim. It was accurate. It was ALWAYS accurate. A couple I bought in the 60s and 70s had a mark instead; I missed the handle but at least the mark was accurate. Just point it toward the sun for maximum effect, no time-consuming spinning to figure out where maximum effect was.

The lack of an accurate mark is a disservice to the user.

I've often thought of gluing my own marker on but I guess the reason I haven't is I don't do near the outdoor shooting I once did.

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