Reviews and Problems with Nikon 52mm Circular Polarizer Glass Filter II
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What the other dude said.... Translating for USA Site
3 January 2014
Excerpt: Like any other polarizing filter, creates fantastic on water surfaces and glass and shades of the canopy effects. Also used creatively in various other situations and themes of landscapes with high contrast, always with amazing results when used with technique and knowledge. There are very cheap polarizing filters, but lose in quality what a Nikon becomes unacceptable.
Excerpt: I have used this product just a few times. It made sense to get this for living in Arizona where the sun usually shines it would help achieve results unavailable in post processing. I use it on my 18-55mm lens and my 35mm f/1.8. Works well on both! You pay a bit more for this filter as compared to others but the Nikon quality makes it a real value.
Pros: Clear Optics, Consistent Effect, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Polarizing filters are kept on all my glass,to saturate colors ,remove unwanted reflections and increase shutter times for waterfalls etc,they also protect the front element.The price is mid range,the quality is on par with the top priced filters
Excerpt: It does a great job at cutting the glare from snow and water. I originally got a Hoya Polarizer, but depending on how it was rotated it changed the color to a pale yellow. This filter is great. No color distortion other than the darkening that you would expect, your whites still stay white.