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  1. #1

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    Default Sorry. Please clse.

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    polarising filter? or a UV filter? or are they the same ?....... I am not being rude but if you are asking this question, you are not ready to use filters........ but use UV or skylight filters to protect your len's as a start, Hoya, B&W, are good, and google is your friend........
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    len's.
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    Polarising filters keep light in one direction right? and UV just blocks out the UV....I just want a filter! Please reply in the other thread.

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