Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by silverceli2k, Jun 16, 2006.
I need to go ahead and pick one up for my tamron 28-75(67 mm)
a good one
don't use Tiffen, they suck ass. I'd suggest a Hoya, B+W or Heliopan.
any particular models?
Hoya 67mm PRO1 Super HMC Circular Polarizer...good?
you are so helpful.
Personally, I use Heliopan SH-PMC filters, but the Hoyas are pretty good and about half the price.
67 bucks a good price?
theventy thenven mm
thrown in for free when I bought the camera
I have a tiffen 67mm polarizing filter in almost brand new condition (no damage to the actual filter) Love it. Selling because I got an 18-200
PM me if interested.
Tiffen isn't bad, works fine for me...
and a heliopan 77 C Polarizer is around $170...
And worth every penny compared to the crappy flaring Tiffens.
I have been using Tiffen on my kit lens and havent had any flaring problems. I got another for my 18-200 and still am not having any trouble with it.
Maybe you should read this, then go test again: http://www.kenandchristine.com/gallery/1054387/1
I'd bet you are getting a LOT more flare and contrast reduction than you thought you were.
I have a set of Tiffen filters. I can vouch for that. They do suck in certain situation.
Ghosting is the most common of problems.
I use B+W Kasemann CPL, can't remember how much it was. It's pretty well abused and I've never been dissapointed.
kenko pro1 digital...got it from china...seems to be pretty good
i have no problems with my tiffens nor did any of the others at Brooks, so i what you're smoking.