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Particularly designed for cameras with a polarising half mirror (split beam metering) and Digital cameras.
This Polarising filter increases the colour saturation of blue skies and removes unwanted reflections from non-metallic surfaces such as glass, water, et cetera. The polarising effect can be changed by rotating the filter in the holder. More
The Cokin Creative Filter System consists of three main components: A filter holder / Adapter ring and a Filter.
1. Screw the adapter ring onto your lens.
2. Slide the filter holder on the adapter ring until it snaps in place. The filter holder is now solidly attached to the lens, yet it can rotate both left and right.
3. Slide the filter into one of the filter holder slots. The one closest to the filter holder housing is the narrowest; it allows the use of round filters with notched edges (polarizer, star filters..). The two central slots are intended for square filters. The outer slot can be used either for an additional filter or for a coupling ring.
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Cokin Circular Polariser
By D G S
from West Sussex
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Comments about Cokin P164 Circular Polariser Filter:
Great value Poarising filter from a very respected manufactuer....I just hope that Cokin can turn around the financial problems they have at present and come out of administration!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Coggeshall, Essex
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Good quality, well built polariser, shame it's pretty much unusable on a wideangle lens with a thread of 72mm or largerCokin say that the P series filter are suitable for lenses with filter threads up to 82mm.Why then is the internal diameter of this polariser 72mm?This tiny size makes it unusable on a lens with a 72mm or larger thread as the filter rim encroaches on the field of view and causes vignetting. On my lens with a 82mm thread it gives an entirely circular image like a fish-eye lens.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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