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on 7 July 2017
Great! Doesn't seem to introduce any colour cast. Smooth movement.
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on 19 December 2015
Pretty good. Sturdy. Strong glass but degrades the Sharpness a little. I believe this is due to it being a polarising lens, so they all suffer.

It helps create a deep blue sky even when one is not so easily noticed.
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on 11 May 2017
It works well, does what it's supposed to do.
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on 5 June 2017
Very good product
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on 6 July 2014
This works well on a digital camera and will darken a sky at right angles to the sun and take glare off water.
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on 30 May 2017
great
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on 8 June 2017
Very please with initial results.
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on 15 October 2015
For the price works as expected and good quality
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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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on 29 November 2008
Polarising filters are magical things. They can reduce reflections from non metallic surfaces with merely a twist of the ring!

Another use of polarising filters is to enhance colour saturation. Have you ever seen a photograph with the deepest blue sky you've ever seen and wondered how the photographer did it? Have you ever looked at your own pale blue, wishy washy skies and thought how on earth do I do this!?!? Look no further.

By turning the ring on a circular polariser you can adjust the amount of the effect it will create. They work best when the lens is pointed at 90 degrees to the sun, in other words the sun is on your left or right, not in front or behind. They are useful wherever you want deeper colour saturation too such as on foliage. A polariser can cut out the reflection of the white sky on glossy leaves and foliage for landscape shots.

Anyway, this Hoya polariser is well made and does all of the above. It's not the slimmest so you may need to look elsewhere for a special slim version if you're using on a super wide angle lens to avoid cropping image corners.

For everyone else this is a versatile and handy addition to your kit at a very good price.
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