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Here is a great reason to spend the money and buy quality filters such as B+W, Hoya, Cokin, and Heliopan.

www.metacafe.com/watch/651400/field_test_part_1_oec_brand...
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HBRstudios 11 years ago
I can only say that I have heard through impressive photographers that B+W is the only one that does not negatively effect the image. I guess the question is, does it matter? I think that if a image is printed really large, then is the only time you will see a difference in the quality of the image due to the filter, no matter what brand you use.
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Shawn Thompson - Lake Superior Photographer Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Shawn Thompson - Lake Superior Photographer (admin) 11 years ago
I think it does matter, that would be like asking "does it matter if you use a sears lens or a canon L series lens?"
If the same photo was shot with premium glass and generic glass, the premium is going to show substantially better results.

I can't see the point in spending a boat load of money on a great lens and putting a $20 sub par filter on the end of it.
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Sweetlake 11 years ago
Yes, I want to buy cheap filters! Do you want to buy over priced filters? I want good filters, I just like to save money.
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Shawn Thompson - Lake Superior Photographer Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Shawn Thompson - Lake Superior Photographer (admin) 11 years ago
I like to buy inexpensive filters that are well built. Inexpensive is different than cheap, I want a good filter for a good deal. I have yet to pay retail.
To each their own.
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Sweetlake Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Sweetlake (moderator) 11 years ago
;-)
I was hoping to find a coupon of something!
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