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Marumi DHG 43mm Super Circular Polarising Filter
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- Minimizes flare-ghost and optimizes the performance of lenses for digital imaging
- Digital High Grade Coating
- Suitable for for wide-angle lenses
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Size Name: DHG Super Circular PL Filter 43mm
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Marumi DHG filters are specially designed for digital cameras. Digital camera's CCD and CMOS convert the lights into electric signals. This is the reason why lens inner reflection, flare, ghost and some other phenomenon rise and result in inferior quality of picture, consequently. The Marumi DHG filter can minimise this phenomenon and maximise the performance of your lens
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Used on 24-70 nikon on d300S camera
I initially bought cheap filters, which was fine for poorer quality glass I guess, but as my lenses got sharper (and more expensive), I found out how much they can really mess up the quality of decent glass.
Played around with the idea of some of the more established, and despite knowing the down side of cheap filters, was not going to pay the cost of something like the B+W. Read some good stuff about Marumi, and thought I would give it a go, and boy am I glad I did.
Still relatively expensive compared to the cheap ones, but reasonably priced I think. Though when you stick them on your lens, and notice how little your image quality is degraded, it becomes very much worth it.
I only have one 77mm, which I alternate between my several lenses, using an adapter for my 72mm lenses, and will one day purchase a proper 72mm (as sometimes can be a pain to get off the adapter).
No doubt a 5 star product.
The filter is very thin and does not cause vignetting on any of my lenses, however, my primary use of this configuration is when mounted on a Hi-tech Formatt Square filter holder with 77mm CPF mount on the front. I use this setup with my M43 system. For my DSLR system, I adopt a similar Lee holder setup and use the B&W CPF. However 77mm is a very useful native size for a good number of my Canon lenses too.
In comparison, the B&W is brass and heavy whereas the Marumi is very light and convenient. The advantage of brass is that it tends not to stick when fitting to other metals, which makes it easy to remove, whereas aluminium alloys can stick and be very difficult to remove, on occasion. However, I have not experienced issues in this regard with the Marumi yet, that said, a filter wrench is a very cheap and light accessory, if needs be.
TLDR: Great Filter - Buy without hesitation.
provato su un 24 105 l canon ed è stupendo , avendo comperato anche un marumi nd light control-8 , ho provato ad
accoppiare i due filtri sempre su 24 105 , e con molta sorpresa non ho notato nulla di strano , niente vignettatura ,
quindi per tutti coloro che vogliono dei buoni filtri senza spendere una cifra e con la possibilità di sovrapporli ,
io consiglio vivamente questi marumi .
Se vedete il test scentifico il marumi super dhg circular , si posiziona al primo posto insieme al b+w slim ksm mrc , e costa molto meno.
1 B+W Slim KSM C-POL MRC 72 mm
Marumi DHG Super Circular P.L.D 72 mm
Marumi are a make I've been using for a few years now, and I've been very pleased with their products overall.
This Polariser isn't cheap, you can hit the usual auction site for bargains (some are ok, some are not) The DHG is the digital high grade range of filters (the super DHG has an additional coating on it to aid cleaning)
At this price you start to get good quality, but without the B+W wallet busting price. This filter outperformed the B+W CPL filters on lenstip's testing, and most other makers too. In the real world it's well made, with a slim frame so vignetting is less of an issue on wider angle lenses.
Rotating the filter is smooth and without any grinding, optical quality is very good with an excellent polarising effect on images.
As a side note a CPL is useful for a few areas in photography
- Removing reflections on non metallic objects, and for effect in Landscape photography (darkening of the sky and increasing contrast)
I tend to use them mostly for removing reflections which can be useful for product photography or items in display glass, but the effect can also be handy for cutting out water reflections too. If it's not metal a CPL will kill reflections with ease.
For scenic work a CPL can be very useful, however I'd resist the temptation to use one all the time, or to always use one "dialled up to the max". When you rotate the filter the effect of polarisation becomes stronger, but there are times when you might not want to use it at it's strongest. In short a very useful filter (I'd buy a step down ring for smaller filter sizes it can get expensive otherwise), though to be used when required and with some caution (with wider angle lenses you get edge darkening with a CPL this is the effect of polarisation not vignetting)
It's also worth noting you do lose some light with a CPL
The Marumi is a good filter, well made and with good optics, there can be some very slight flare when used with strong light sources, though many rivals have a little here too. Having used both it's hard to say which to go for the super has additional coatings (which makes it easier to clean) both are good though and a clear cut above some cheaper rivals.
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