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algea Jan 8, 2005 8:39 AM

I am doing a little research on filters and was wondering what you guys would recommend. The camera I am using is a fuji s5100 and the situations I am looking to improve on would be outdoor shots of the mountain range, and indoor shots under normal household lighting and in a huge shop with the really large fluorescent bulbs that take a few min to heat up :) It seems the indoor shots would be better with an 80-A filter and the outdoor a Circular Polarizer? Am I even close? Thanks guys!!

kex Jan 8, 2005 8:58 AM

algea wrote:
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I am doing a little research on filters and was wondering what you guys would recommend. The camera I am using is a fuji s5100 and the situations I am looking to improve on would be outdoor shots of the mountain range, and indoor shots under normal household lighting and in a huge shop with the really large fluorescent bulbs that take a few min to heat up :) It seems the indoor shots would be better with an 80-A filter and the outdoor a Circular Polarizer? Am I even close? Thanks guys!!
I agree on the circular polarizer for outdoor shots.
They'll give you a better saturation and contrast.

I don't know about the 80-A filter. but you're right with the polfilter. :)

msantos Jan 20, 2005 6:32 AM

algea wrote:
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I am doing a little research on filters and was wondering what you guys would recommend.
Check it out. It'a a large discussion on filters.

http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...mp;forum_id=23




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