Reviews and Problems with Hoya Circular Polarizer Filter 77mm
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Good but not the Best
RaffaLuce, B&H Photo
8 September 2015
Excerpt: Easy on, but challenging to remove and I did't over-torque to begin with. A minor to moderate annoyance I've found with less expensive filters. It seems the glare-cutting benefit is less with this than some other brands I've used, I'll probably upgrade when I have the scratch to drop a little more.
Excerpt: This is the first Hoya Filter I have used. I have used it twice and am pleased with the results. I used it with my Nikon 28-300 lens and the filter was easy to turn even with the lens hood on. I would recommend this filter to others.
Excerpt: I used this at the wedding I shot this past weekend and it made the images outside much better and the colors are amazing!! I love the look it gives for the whole scene. I can't wait until I get a chance to do some landscape with it.
Pros: Compact, Durable, Easy to Use, Great Picture Quality, Lightweight
Excerpt: I own a (Moose) warm circular polarizer filter for each lens. I appreciate this lens when photographing fall colors, especially if the colors need just a little boost. I read about Moose lenses years ago and wouldn't think about shooting landscape and fall colors without one.
Excerpt: I could tell just by picking it up that this filter was quality. The glass is PERFECT and I have not seen a single error in any of my shots. I'm currently using it with a canon 24-105 L and the lens is just as sharp with it as it is without. No auto focus issues whatsoever.
Excerpt: I purchased this filter as an experiment to see if I could get my photos to appear as they do through my sunglasses. I am often disappointed when I pull over to set up the tripod and realize that the lighting is not as dramatic as it appears through polarized glasses. And this filter did the trick.