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Polarizer for Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 DX

 
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May 14, 2011 14:21 |  #1

Anyone know of any polarizer options or applications?
I'm wanting to do split images (above & below water level) with a 7D & Subal housing.

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May 14, 2011 17:45 |  #2

I just got that lens for CFWA underwater work so did not worry with filters. There are no filter options at all to the best of my knowledge and I think jury rigging something would result in huge vignette issues. I will be using it on a T2i in a Water Shot housing.

I will be paying attention to this thread to see if any options are suggested as it would be nice above water though my preference is to be below it. :)


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May 14, 2011 18:01 |  #3

TTuna Eye wrote in post #12410011 (external link)
I just got that lens for CFWA underwater work so did not worry with filters. There are no filter options at all to the best of my knowledge and I think jury rigging something would result in huge vignette issues. I will be using it on a T2i in a Water Shot housing.

I will be paying attention to this thread to see if any options are suggested as it would be nice above water though my preference is to be below it. :)

Hope something comes of this thread. I've seen some split shots taken where it looks like the upper half is polarized. :confused:


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