A&P Hoya 77mm Moose CP Filter - Thoughts?

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  1. Wobistdu

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  2. psykosis

    psykosis Go placidly amid the noise and the haste

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  3. jared_IRL

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    I'd get it, definitely. If you decide you don't need it, i'll buy it off ya for whatever you spend when you get back.
     
  4. Wobistdu

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    nice ok.

    i should pick it up off him tomorrow. next step: figuring out how to use a CP :noes:
     
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    Moose filters are nice, the warming works very well for outdoor stuff.
     
  6. Dan Martin

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    The moose filter is good, but set the white balance before you use it because your camera will want to cancel out the warmth if you AWB with it on.
     
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    what's the difference between using a CP and just doing the effect in post processing?
     
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    using a CP is the kind of thing thats not possible to do in post.
    warming the image etc is much better now with RAW than it used to be but it is also nice to take things right in the first place.
     
  9. Wobistdu

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    well i picked it up for $50. pretty good deal. it's in perfect shape.

    i think im gonna sell my rodenstock 77mm UV. really starting to not be a fan of unnecessary glass on lenses
     

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