Question about Canon Cameras
Polerizer is stock on lens
You can try using one of those rubber jar openers, if you have one handy in your kitchen. Or wrap a suitable size rubber band around the filter to improve traction.
If that doesn't do it, a good camera store should have a filter wrench for exactly this purpose. If you don't want to buy one, simply ask for a demonstration of the product, using your lens. Most clerks will be happy to remove one or two filters. If you bring in a large box of lenses...
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
Testimonial: "I was told this buy a club member also. i used a pair of rubber work gloves to work it loose. thanks the camera store was next on my list. "
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