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Searching for a polarizing filter for a nikon n-60, 52mm, yes I'm still using film cameras. Question; are filters for film and digital camers the same?

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First of all, yes, the filters work for both film and digital cameras. Both amazon.com and bhphoto.com are good sources for filters. A good polarizing filter is Sunpack...good price, great value.

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Will filters I have from old Nikon film camera fit or work with my Nikon Coolpix 8800? (I have heliopan filters) Thank you!


filter size of the Coolpix 8800 is 58mm, you might find single piece adapter/converter rings on ebay...... assuming the Heliopan's are 77mm.... try searching "77 58 ring" but you might have to get 3/4 rings to bridge the difference. Eg. 58-62mm, 62-67mm, 67-72mm, 72-77mm

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With film cameras you always wondered whether there was sufficient exposure in the census, and if there was another roll of film. With the camera you can take lots of pictures and then immediately switch to eliminate those that do not want. If you do not have the photo you want, you can probably try again. This is particularly useful for taking pictures of the group - somebody who always has his eyes closed. The two things that determine the number of pictures you can take before the download is the resolution (quality) and the amount of memory in your camera. You can buy memory cards that increase the number of photos the camera can hold.

Although it is possible to print large-sized 8x10 the highest resolution, eat memory, which limits the number of images you can store your camera. If you think about it, how many times you are going to be printing 8x10. Option is always there when you need it, but I recommend the vast majority of the pictures are taken with a medium resolution. When you have time to test a new camera, use the lower resolution may take several times, until you learned what you can do every option of a digital camera.

This useful feature allows you to take better pictures in bright sunlight where dark shadows can ruin a great photo. You can also use the shadow which illuminates the image look washed out without the full flash can provide. "Fill Flash" This is not the normal flash setting, is generally known and is less intense than the normal flash.

A polarizing filter gives you more contrast and richer, warmer tone when shooting outdoors. A polarizing filter can be rotated to give the desired effect. If you have polarized sunglasses, try to keep the sunglasses in front of your face and look through one of the lenses. Rotate the sunglasses and the difference in tone and contrast of your environment.

That's what you can do with a polarizing filter. If you do not have a filter, you can use your polarized sunglasses - just take one of the targets as close to your camera. Oh - Make sure your sunglasses are clean!

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Will polaroid 52mm lens filters fit my panasonic fz45 camera


Your FZ45 accepts 52mm filters. You can use any 52mm filters you wish on this lens.

There are two types of polarizing filters: linear and circular. The linear polarizing filters are for film cameras and *some* digital cameras. Circular polarizing filters are needed by many digital cameras because the linear polarizing filter types interfere with the autofocus programs. If you shoot in manual focus modes only, it won't matter which you buy. If you do use autofocus, you ought to try the linear before buying - otherwise, purchase the circular polarizer.

I hope this helps! If it did, please rate my reply "4 thumbs up". Thanks!

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Hayee...i have nikon D5000..i have problem when i go and shoot in the afternoon..i have to adjust shutter speed by 4000..this is not normal i guess...!!!


try to use lens filter to minimize to sun effect, some filter also have polarizing effect among others check it on local photo dealer supply near you

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In the past when film was still king and I was using it I had always used a UV or a Polarized lens cover. Now in the DSLR world I've been told that I should not use a non rated DSLR lens cover. Is there...


Without specific reference to the D90, the following applies to almost all dSLR's: Skylight filters (UV) are fine, but avoid using auto white balance. Polarisers can prevent the autofocus system from working, but the more expensive circular polarisers are usually OK although don't produce quite the same effect as linear polarisers.

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Best filters


That depends on what you're doing. If you want to block light so you can use slower shutter speeds, use a neutral-density filter. If you want to hold back some of the light so as to darken the sky without darkening the foreground, use a graduated neutral density filter. If you want to block visible light so you can take infrared photos, use an infrared filter. If you want to reduce reflections and glare, use a circular polarizing filter.

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Does Nikon 67mm Circular Polarizer II Thin Ring Multi-Coated Filter works with Nikon digital cameras?


That depends on the lens. The filter will attach to any lens with a 67mm filter thread. With that caveat, yes, the circular polarizer will work with any digital camera.

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How to take digital photos of snow


you need to edit the photo with an editor to adjust hue. in the past film camers used lens filters to filter out the blue tint.

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Compare the Nikon d80 to the new d90. Can I use all my manual focus lenses from my Nikon film cameras? Also, all my filters and flashes.


All old lenses will work on the D90 the same way they work on the D80. Filters depend on the lens -- they either fit or they don't -- the camera has nothing to do with that. I wouldn't use old flashes on new DSLRs.

There really is no difference between the D80 and the D90 as far as lenses and flashes are concerned.

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Does my Nikon D200 have built-in filters? or do I need to buy the Cokin filter system?


Your camera doesn't have any filters built in, but you can simulate a lot of the filter effects in post-processing. You would be advised to have polarizing filters for your lenses, and possible neutral density graduated fiters (which do work in the Cokin System). Those are difficult to do without.

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