Best UV filter for the Canon XH-A1? (Problems with Verspiegelungen)
Frage von izapper: März 2008
I got to my new XH-A1 a UV filter of Soligor purchased and have observed that:
I wondered many times about small round bodies visible in the bright picture and thought that this was s.verschmutzten Lens. Now I have the UV filter off, in order for a dark background with the difference between this UV-filter, and without looking. The result was Verspiegelungen between the standard lens of the XH-A1 and this filter. Without this filter are not Verspiegelungen ie brighter ring contours more to see and the picture comes to me a little sharper and contrast before. Once you have these UV-ring bolt wants to recognize this slight annular mirror bright shade.
Now to my question: Who has the XH-A1 a good UV filter in use without Linsenverspiegelungen in the Picture? What exact brand or type you can recommend me.
I will be back in 4 weeks to fly to Mallorca and HDV recording, which I would like it back in the usual excellent brilliance record.
Thank you for your recommendations!
iZapper from Kaufbeuren in the Allgäu
Antwort von Bernd E.:
... ... What brand can you recommend me ...
With the XH-A1 in the special, I have no experience, but generally very good filter provides B + W (Schneider Kreuznach) ago.
Gruß Bernd E.
Antwort von smooth-appeal:
B & W! Hoya Multi-coated filter synonymous but make no problems.
Antwort von izapper:
Thank you ever for quick answers!
Yes, I have been synonymous much good about the B & W products and read about the Hoya brand.
Maybe someone have other experiences with Verspiegelungen between Lens and filters and other lenses.
Greetings from CF by iZapper
Antwort von B.DeKid:
Since then there are only number 3 in the league, which would be then Heliopan.
Otherwise stop Cokin, Cokin and I tend to just filter discs and would not take umbedingt Schraubfilter. What pure personal taste thing for me is specific.
Only then would I recommend Hama products or any other manufacturer.
Huupps, I had almost forgotten Tiffen, because on the German market to get more rare, but probably in the league of B & W or Hoya belong.
Antwort von kater.florian:
Have a HOYA synonymous repeatedly tempered UV filter in use, and without problems.