Reviews and Problems with B+W 82mm MRC UV-HAZE Filter
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Sure, this is more expensive, BUT. . .
Charles, B&H Photo
12 March 2009
Summary: There are plenty of cheaper filters out there. In fact, there aren't many that cost more than this. However, just slip this on your lens, and it disappears. The MRC somehow swallows all reflections. One of the few filters I have used that's on the same quality level as my best lenses.
Summary: For this price you would think the lens cap would stay on... Do to the slim construction this filter comes with a lens cap as the Canon style won't attach. A little extra lip and it would have worked.
Summary: This is a high-end filter made essentially to protect an expensive lens such as my canon EF 16-35 2.8L II without affect color and contrast. And i fell more comfortable cleaning the filter, than the lens.
Pros: Clear Optics, Consistent Effect, Firm Mount, Strong Construction
Summary: I use B+W MRC UV filters on every lens I have. I haven't experienced and substantial degradation in image quality. Personally I like having the piece of mind that my lens element is protected.
Pros: Clear Optics, Firm Mount, Strong Construction
Summary: Here in Sitka, Alaska there are very view days were it does not rain. I use this filter to complete the water resistant envelope of the Canon 16-35 Æ’/2.8II on my 1Ds MKIII. I use it in all kinds of weather and have had no problems with water entering the lens or camera...
Pros: Clear Optics, Cuts haze very well, Firm Mount, Strong Construction