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Kenko Circular Polarizer

Kenko Circular Polarizer
alaAverage 3.5

4 reviews

Aug, 2014

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Kenko Circular Polarizer

 

77mm.Solid built. Smooth adjuster.

Good polarization. Very similar to the Hoya version. Basically, I find no difference between the two except that the Hoya cost me around $80[us] new

A bit thick though.Makes you lose about 2 stops of exposure but so does the Hoya

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Kenko Circular Polarizer

 

This filter I got for a bargain!

It works just as a circular polarizer should, by twisting a ring, reflections can be easily eliminated. It also darkens blue skies and increases overall contrast and saturation. The intensity of the effect can be adjusted too

None, really ; Just watch out when turning the filter's ring, because its thin profile can cause a finger to appear in the photo

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Kenko Circular Polarizer

 

I have Kenko 67mm Circluar Polarizer and I really really like it. I have used and compared with Hoya and Tiffen circular polarizers and found it to be a whole lot better and consistently producing pleasing results. Even though Kenko don't advertise it...

Good construction, appears that it has a mix of 81A warming filter

Wish it came in a soft case rather than the hard plastic case for carrying purposes

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Kenko Circular Polarizer

 

The verall construction of this filter appeared OK, but it is really the quality of the glass and how effective it is.Having a Hoya polarizer to compare it to I quickly returned the Kenko to the store for a refundThe filter allowed approximately 15%...

Price (barely)

Does not filter out all reflections

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