Reviews and Problems with Nikon 77mm Circular Polarizer Glass Filter II
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scubapaul, B&H Photo
21 October 2014
Excerpt: i took this out to yellowstone since i had sold my previous polarizer with an older lens. a buddy said the nikon polarizers were the best, especially for the price and so i decided to try it. seemed to work well, and i had no complaints at all when using it.
Excerpt: Compared to another multi-coated CPL that came packaged with my 24-70mm, the Nikon CPL provides very similar color and glare reduction. Where this one separates itself from the other is when shooting through glass, for example. Where the packaged CPL produced bluish-purple reflections in the image, the Nikon filter produced none - images were clean from any artifacts.
Excerpt: Used this filter at an outdoor wedding. It minimized glare and excessive contrast on people's faces. Picture editing was easier. The skies were blue rather than blown out. It is lighter, thinner and was more effective than the Hoya polarizing filter I have used for several years.
Pros: Consistent Effect, Easily Mounted, Firm Mount, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This filter is one of the better polarizers I have used. There is no sharpness of image due to extra glass in front of the high-end lenses. I also enjoy the ridges on the outer ring as they ensure an easy removal when changing filters. The ridges are actually on the outside rim instead of the front of the rim.