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Old 07-19-2010, 01:14 PM
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1st option: NO filter
2nd option: B+W
3rd option: high end hoya
Which alternate reality are you from? They are talking about filters, that's like someone asking which is better Nikon or Canon and you say Sony..
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Old 07-21-2010, 12:22 PM
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Which alternate reality are you from? They are talking about filters, that's like someone asking which is better Nikon or Canon and you say Sony..
What's the problem dude? If someone ask you... there are Rm100 note and Rm50 note on the floor, which one will you pick up? What would you say?

I'd say... I'll pick up both... :p
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What's the problem dude? If someone ask you... there are Rm100 note and Rm50 note on the floor, which one will you pick up? What would you say?

I'd say... I'll pick up both... :p
Well according to your analogy, there's RM100 and RM50 note on the floor, you would say you wanna pick up the RM200 note.
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Well according to your analogy, there's RM100 and RM50 note on the floor, you would say you wanna pick up the RM200 note.
Ok ok... you win...

Anyway, I thought if someone could afford to risk their lens, the first option is of course to shoot without any filter. Don't you agree?
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Ok ok... you win...

Anyway, I thought if someone could afford to risk their lens, the first option is of course to shoot without any filter. Don't you agree?
It's an option yes, but this thread is about cheap vs expensive filters so it's irrelevant.
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