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PostPosted: Wed Sep 30, 2009 11:10 pm 
Just found out how awesome circular polarization is and almost bought a filter but after Gordons video got confused. So there is a place near where I live where are tons of these filters just for Fujifilm cameras. So I went to the place and found one for 14 LVL (~30 USD) 58mm. So far so good. As Gordon said there are thick and slim filters and it affects image. My fuji is 28mm wide angle, 58mm lens, should i get slim or thick? Should I aware vignetting because 28mm is still quite wide wideangle even for todays compact camera standarts. And does it help get rid of purple fringing? And as far as I know I should be able to add this or any 58mm filter without any conversions. Please help with this.

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