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Schneider Optics

B+W 72mm Circular Polarizer with Multi-Resistant Coating

4.0
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€198,00
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  • Brass Ring for higher Quality Image
  • Highest possible polishiing technique
  • World's best optical glass
  • New thinner Pro mount. No vignetting
  • USA Warranty

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Customer Reviews

Makes Photos & Video Look Better In the past I only used a UV filter. That helped to better protect my camera's lens from damage but it didn't do much more. This filter helps to make beach photos and video look a lot more colorful in my opinion. Take a photo without this filter and then a photo with this filter. The visual quality improvement is highly noticeable in my opinion. I use the 62MM version with my Sony FDR-AX100 and Sony RX10 II cameras. Also worth mentioning is that there are other brands available but the weight and overall build quality of B+W is the best that I have found. These filters screw on and off smoothly and the glass seems to be of extremely high quality. 5By Far the Best I've used polarizers for years and this is by far the best. The change appears more subtle viewing through the lens but the final shot is amazing. Cheaper polarizers over-color, making vibrance enhancements too saturated. This polarizer accurately cuts glare, enhances contrast, and brings out the richness of the natural color. I also like the stiffer adjustment ring so I don't accidentally move it when taking multiple shots. 5The best B+W filters, along with Heliopan, are the finest. This features outstanding construction, great optical quality, MRC coating to resist flare. Why settle for less? Everyone needs a polarizing filter, not just to make clouds pop out against the sky but to improve color saturation of an entire scene.If you are not experienced with polarizing filters, learn proper use and you'll find this invaluable.UPDATE: July 7, 2014Several years later and I still stick with B+W MRC filters. Just ordering one for the Sony Alpha a5000 20.1 MP Interchangeable Lens Camera I received from Amazon today. The camera will be my new pocket camera (well, vest camera, in my Filson Travel Vest. I'm retiring my Sony DSC-RX100/B now that Sony has an APS-C mirrorless camera that's only slightly larger. Back to the filters, my advice remains to avoid compromise on the first thing between the scene and your capture. 5Do not use for 16mm or wider. I own about 10 B+W filters (ND, UV and another cpl) and I do like their filters but I bought this polarizer specifically for use with my 16-35 lens. (Sony FE mount if that makes any difference). I bought this one because the description says "New thinner Pro mount. No vignetting.". At 16mm there is very visible and dark vignetting which makes it unusable unless you're willing to crop your images. Even lens correction in lightroom would not fix this. 2Took me a while It took me a while to bring myself to buy a filter(like putting a condom on your camera). We all want to get the best image possible with our camera and don't want anything getting the way. So far this filter has not and I like the results(was even considering a uv product as well from B & W). These guys make very good products. It has a great feel to the engineering and the feel when you install it. If your in the market for a filter B & W make great stuff!!!! It's a buy from me!!!! 5Well designed quality Lens filter I just received this item and intend to use it later this month on vacation overseas but it is well designed and sturdy. Will write another review after I return. Gave it a three until I really use it. Cannot make a suitable assessment until then. 3... polarizers and ND filters and they are all of excellent quality. I prefer this over the low profile ... I use B+W polarizers and ND filters and they are all of excellent quality. I prefer this over the low profile CP's, as they are easier to rotate. This just has the feel of a very high end quality product. 5Pretty good piece of equipment..see details below First impressions..when I opened the filter, it comes with a white plastic box that has a pillow inside. about 3x3x1/2.when i screwed it on, I was glad that my shade that comes with the camera does fit on,(how do I turn the wheel if it's on?hehe) it's one of those nice one's that have two flaps that open and close to cover lens. see hdr-fx7One thing that i noticed, it does feel like the ring that you turn "feels" bit loose, I expected it to stay tightly snuggly on the main body, but there is a small tap that you can feel(very small), I hope it doesn't turn into a problem, I also expected it to turn a little but tighter, but instead it is very easy to turn.Now, about the image quality, it does make the sky bluer and cuts down a good deal of reflections on glass, didn't check water yet, but the comparison they show here on amazon is not that drastic as with my camera, typical tree forest and sky with clouds, half way split horisontally, I still get my sky blue enough without filter, but with it on, sky does get a bit bluer and forest gets a bit greener. It almost feels like you bump the white balance a bit to make the image look cooler...just my opinion, again on my camera.Also, it does feel like this filter makes the image lighting more even...let me try to explain. my truck has work package, so it's a black plastic bumper. without a filter top part looks a bit blown(very white), while side looks dark, but when this filter s in place, bumper lighting looks even...funny, eh ?Now on the light...I lose exactly 2 f-stops...for example, goes from f5.2 to f3.2, I already have two ND filters integrated in the lens, and i guess it's another one, i probably won't use the one's i have already inside when this one is on.another thing, even though you put this filter on, it has another set of threads externally, so you can put another one on..umm, or a telephoto lens...I tried and it works,but i don't think it's a good idea to add a bunch of additional glass to your lens.one funny thing, it cuts reflections on my windshield glass, but I have a trailer parked next to it, white painted and it shows reflections on that now, hehe..not sure if it will be a problem or not in a certain situation where you shoot something that is metal nearby or not.Overall, it does make the image nicer and more professional. with it off, it shoots like a typical camera, but when you screw cir pl filter on, image becomes more pleasing. I like it.I went to discovery cove here in florida and they had a pool with stingrays and all kinds of fishes, but most I got was nice reflections of the sky and clouds...such a shame, I wish I had the filter with me back then, two weeks back, I didn't try it out with water yet, like I said, but I'm sure it would come out much better. Oh well, Anyways, good piece of glass, the loose ring just feels a bit of a disappointment to me, very little, I'm probably too picky, but you may want to know everything about the product if you want to buy it.P.S.-I don't do much professioal photography...mostly my hobby, shooting nature and birds, sometimes a wedding or something else. 4Ruined my lens! I bought this for my Sony G-Master 18-105 and at first, it seemed like a good purchase. Decent for cutting down the reflections in windows and water. But, the first time I tried to remove it, I couldn't! It has now been stuck on my $600 lens for several months. I have tried several solutions to remove it- I even took the lens to 2 camera stores and a home depot- no employee could remove it. I've scratched up the focus wheel trying to remove it. I'm so angry. This cheap little piece of glass has rendered my lens nearly useless, I can hardly use it indoors at all now. 1Be mindful of wide angle lenses = heavy vignetting. On a Sony SEL1635Z 16-35mm f4 Zeiss lens, there is significant and extreme vignetting - if - you place this overtop another filter (B+W XS-Pro Nano thin UV filter in my case), and zoom out to 16mm. It's so bad it's very difficult to correct in Lightroom. At 35mm, the vignetting is not as bad. Disclaimer, I have not tried the same lens without the front UV filter but my intention was to never have to remove the UV (protection filter) and simply add on other filters as-needed. My guess is that with only this Pol. filter on the front, you would get minimal vignetting that could potentially be fixed in post editing.That being said, this filter resolves well. A must for any landscape or travel/vacation photography where reflections/water is an issue. 4
B+W 72mm Circular Polarizer with Multi-Resistant Coating

B+W 72mm Circular Polarizer with Multi-Resistant Coating

4.0
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€198,00
Sale price
€198,00
Regular price
€326,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€128,00)