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Marumi Filters

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Apr 22, 2012 10:48 |  #1

Seen many good things said about Marumi filters-especially for the reasonable price.

Looking for a CPL and a ND filter.

Anyone have actual Marumi Filter experience?


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Apr 22, 2012 11:04 |  #2

If you meant Marumi filters, I've been using both the slim CPL and grad ND without any issues. I believe they are no different to the Hoya Pro1 I also use.

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Apr 22, 2012 11:49 |  #3

Tests, including Marumi …arizing_filters​_test.html (external link)

A thread on POTN demonstrating bluish cast from using Marumi CPL …p?p=13156896&po​stcount=16

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Apr 22, 2012 21:31 |  #4

As for CPL's I have an older Marumi and a newer Super DHG and both are very similar in results, but the DHG is coated which should reduce glare/flares. I compared them to a B+W MRC and they seem nearly identical in terms of polarization capabilities, but the B+W seems to allow slightly more light through. I use the square filters for my ND's & GND's.

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Apr 22, 2012 21:36 |  #5

I use a 77 CP and is very good, it's the DHG. I bought mine from eventcameras on eBay. Fast ship great pricing.

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