Richard Claar wrote:I didn't notice it until I went to 28mm. Never saw it on my 35mm length> A "real" brain transplant, as opposed to the cut-rate, economy job.
> No, I meant a higher-end digital camera, perhaps even a DSLR, with
> more flexibility and ALL the bells and whistles. Not that I'd know
> what to do with it.
> I would say you are correct when you contend that vignetting is very
> common on many lenses with filters, especially polarizers, attached.
> However, I have never encountered any vignetting on my old Tamron
> (don't laugh) 35-80mm job on my Minolta X-700 with a haze and
> polarizer added. But then, it's a pretty thin polarizer on a 62mm
Well I always leave a UV filter on my lenses anyway, all the time. I am> What do you think about using a lens hood on the film camera and
> losing the extra glass of the filters? How about just suspending with
> the filters on the digital all together? Some have said, except for
> the polarizer, that they have little or no impact. Perhaps this
> belongs in another thread. I stray.
not much into filters, especially in digital since I feel that I can
manage any effect I want later in Photoshop.
The polarizer is an exception to reduce glare and enhance blue skies.