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Using Polarisers, ND’s and ND grads

Using Polarisers, ND’s and ND grads

Written 10 years ago by Mark Evans

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Comments
Bahy Saad  9 years ago

I read that linear polarizers are the ones to be used with rangefinders, is that correct?

Mark Evans  9 years ago

Not necessarily; if its an auto-focus rf then you probably still need to use a circular polarizer. Linear polarizers can sometimes
mess with the auto-focus and metering of an rf or slr camera.

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