A&P Question about filters?

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  1. GregFarz78

    GregFarz78 New Member

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    I'd stay away from that kit. Cheap UV filter, nearly useless color shift filter (you can change WB settings easilly with a digital camera), and it does not say if the polorizer is circular or linear.

    If you're just starting out I personally think you can do without filters, though some people swear by protecting their lens at all times with a UV filter (I don't). A nice Circular polorizer is a nice thing to have, but to get a decent one you're going to have to spend a little money. I say do without and save your money for glass / tripod / memory / other accessories.
     
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    Ok glad I asked maybe I'll spend that money on another lens I see a lot of people recommending the Canon 50mm f/1.8 to go with that camera
     
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    uv filters ftl
     

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