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Great value CPL,
This review is from: Hoya 77mm Circular Polarising Filter (Camera)
I use Hoya CPL filters on my Canon lenses. This is a budget filter when compared to the premium Hoya HD CPL filter which is considerably more expensive, which I reserve for my L or prime lenses.
Yet it still is a great performer.
In the digital era, the CPL is one of those filters that really make a huge difference in image quality. The filter removes glare and reflections, a feature that cannot be corrected using photoshop or any other software.
When used for landscape photos, the difference is radical. Colours are so much deeper, resulting in stunning crisp images. The deep blue skies and rich colours really look professional.
Hoya produces great quality filters, and this one is no exception.
Highly recommmended for those seeking breathtaking photos at a budget price
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Initial post: 20 Feb 2016 10:12:47 GMT
Hello friend. I was looking to buy a cpl filter for my sigma 19mm lens. But for sure I wanted not expensive one and good quality. After long research I was thinking about hoya hd or the hoya cpl. Everywhere I look in internet they review hoya hd as a very good filter. But to be honest I ordered the normal version of hoya cpl filter and not the hd. I am not professional photographer or very enthusiastic about cameras. But is one of my main hobbies learning phhotography. Always I try to buy a good quality item in low value. There are a lot of cheaper cpl options there but I considered to buy the hoya cpl but not the hd or pro1d. So my question is will i be happy using this filter? The quality is near the hd filter? Or the hd is so good compare to normal. And your general thought about this
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