Reviews and Problems with B+W 77mm Circular Polarizer Filter
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Rahul, B&H Photo
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: I exchanged this filter for the tiffen filter I ordered for my 400 mm 5.6 canon. The tiffen was good but still affected the quality of my 400 mm images. it worked fine on the wide angle 17-40. The BNW was a no brainer. No noticeable deterioration of the image even on the 400 prime!
Excerpt: This is my first filter and I'm glad that I got the B+W instead of buying the cheaper Tiffen or Hoya. It's defintely worth the price, quality is amazing and can't wait to keep using it. Best results from landscape photography.
Excerpt: The store is a wonderland for photographers. I wanted a high quality polarizing filter for my wide angle lens and I was able to find the section of the store that I needed easily. The gentleman at the counter was very knowledgeable and set me up with the perfect filter. My pictures are looking nice!
Excerpt: I use this polarizing filter for outdoor scenic shots to give definition to the sky and also reduce glare from rivers and lakes. This filter does a great job of enhancing the color, clarity, and depth. It is also great for architectural photography in removing sun glare from windows and bright structural elements.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Improves Picture Quality