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Polarizing filters Can I use polarizing filters?

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Use only a Circular Polarizing filter.

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I have just bought a Conkin circular polarizing filter N0 P164 FOR A P SERIES FILTER SYSTEM BUT i DONT UNDERSTAND HOW A SINGLE LENS CAN WORK AS I'M USED TO A SLIDING RING ON A POLARIZING FILTER ADVISE...


The filter goes into the slot in the holder closest to the lens. You can then use the toothed edge to rotate the filter, just as you used to turn your old polarizing filter. It can be a little stiff, but it will turn.

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A polarizing clarify gives you added adverse and richer, warmer tones back taking outdoor photographs. A polarizing clarify can be rotated to accord the adapted effect. If you accept polarized sunglasses, try captivation the sunglasses in advanced of your face and attending through one of the lenses. Rotate the sunglasses and apprehension the aberration in the tones and adverse of your surroundings. This is what you can accomplish with a polarizing filter. If you don't accept a filter, you can use your polarized sunglasses - aloof authority one of the lenses as abutting as accessible to your camera lens. Oh - accomplish abiding 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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I,ve got a red spot in the screen i replaced the bulp but stil have the problem


it is most likely a burned polarizing filter. There is a polarizing filter on the blue light channel and another on the red channel. When black, or other dark colours are displayed, the red polarizing filter is supposed to block ALL of the red light being projecter. If the filter is burned, some light slips through and creates a red tinge on the projected image. If the red tinge only appears on dark images, but is absent when the images is completely white, a damaged filter is likely the problem.

Seems its hard to buy them. Best bet is probably buying a broken projector from ebay and stealing the filters out of it.

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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?


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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My rotating polarizing filter fell apart and I can


Hi,
Based on the fundamentals of retaining rings, The filter lens probably fits into the ring housing first, and the retainer ring is inserted inside of the ring, following the lens. The retainer will need to be compressed in order to fit inside the ring, but will snap into a groove once in proper position.
I hope this is helpful... Good luck.

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Focus with polarizing filter


No, the problem is not with the lens. Your Canon camera requires unpolarized light to focus. Even on manual focus, you may have trouble seeing focus through the viewfinder. That's why they invented circular polarizer.

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POLARIZING FILTER


you can't. either replace the entire optical engine or find another broken projector on ebay.

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Polarizing filters


Use only a Circular Polarizing filter.

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