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It does what it's supposed to do. Nothing spectacular, but it's a good value for money and I enjoy using it for both landscape and product photography with my 50 mm lens. You can't go wrong with Hoya.
I must say the first lens I got was faulty, with some sort of crack or scratch runing through the core of the glass even though it was a new, packed product. Utterly weird and clearly a manufacturing error. Return and exchange was no hassle and I had a new filter in my hands the next day - exactly what I like about Amazon.
This works fine and is the standard needed for my Canon M6 (highest quality not required). This my second PL-CIR filter for this camera as the first fell off the camera when I was out for a walk over rough ground. This one is slimline so there ia less vignetting at wide angles - so overall a good purchase.
Bought this filter not knowing to expect to be honest. When you see a price range from £25-£80 for these Polaroid filters. But for the money it’s good value getting nice blue sky’s and getting rid of glare on glass and water adjusting the filter.
I have had better CPLs but this was good value for money, reasonably effective and fairly slim for use with shorter focal length lenses (works fine with my 16mm). Not much to grip as a result so you may need a little help to take it off and haven’t had it long enough to add much about it’s durability thou it feels reasonably well made.
It's not multi-coated so you get horrible lens flare and ghosting whenever there is light making this useless as a filter. You have to choose between reflected polarized light from the scene or reflected light from the lens. Better off spending a little bit more money for a CPL that is multi-coated.