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Old Nov 17, 2004, 3:28 PM   #11
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pclements wrote:
You also have me thinking that I should get a Polarizer for my other two lens.

Because polarizers are best for shots with lots of sky and/or water, I would only get a polarizer for lenses that might be used for that kind of photography -- for example, I would think it would be rare to take landscape shots with a 70-300 lens, but much more likely in a wider angle, like 18-55, or 20-120 lenses. Additionally, when I recently bought a polarizer, I purchased the polarizer for mylarger diameter lens and then bought "step up" rings so it could be used on my other 55 smaller diameter lenses. Just one way to save a little $$, especially when filters (like polarizers) can be $50 or more. Anyone else have thoughts?

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