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Dramatically reduces reflections from water and glass as well as rendering blue skies darker.
They also enhance the appearance of blue skies.
Available in sizes 52/58/62/67/72/77 mm.
These filters enable shooting through glass windows and minimize glare from reflective surfaces such as water and glass.
Compatible with both color and monochrome photography.
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best quality well built, very easy to clean and provides best effect. May 9, 2012
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Can a lens hood be mounted on the front of this polarizer?

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Yes, I have a 24-120 f4 Nikon Lense and I can mount the hood without any problem. I hope this answer your question. Thank you,
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I use 67mm filters, which are threaded. I did a search of other photography forums and sites and found a number of references to threading on the front of the Nikon 77mm filters for attachment of additional filters. While I don't see where that would necessarily allow for a screw-in hood I guess you could assume it could work. Just be careful about cross-threading. If I learn anything more of that capability I'll post it here.
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77mm Circular Polarizer II
 
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Will this filter cause dark corners when used with my 18~35 nikon lens in FX format?

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Of course i mean when i set the lens to 18 mm. Using my D700 or D800.
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Not if used correctly.
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