Reviews and Problems with Nikon 52mm Circular Polarizer Glass Filter II
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Value for money 8
Can't beat a Nikon
25 March 2010
Summary: Yes, it's quite pricey for just a polarizer filter. But...it's money wellspent. The quality of a Nikon is well-known. And the results are amazing. I had a cheaper filter for a couple of months, and I ended up with some photos coming out washed out, or the colors not as intense as they should be (I have a Nikon D60). With this filter, all photos are reliably good.
Summary: I was expecting a very dramatic look to my shots with the polarizer. The blues to be brighter and bluer, the skys to appear more dramatic. It wasn't. It was a very slight variation. I didn't like the look when people entered my shot. This was not what I was looking for so I returned it. I would probably have kept it if I was into doing landscape work but, I rarely do. The build quality was decent. There is a certain technique to using one of these filters.
Pros: Clear Optics, Firm Mount, Strong Construction