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Yes there is no difference in sharpness, Mostly I use manual focus, but on the occasion when I use the auto focus I see no difference
Edward Albert Taje
· November 27, 2019
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This mount on a lens. Check the front cap of your lens and you should see a number of the lens diameter. This will tell you which size to get.
Amazon Customer
· June 17, 2020
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Not all 50mm lenses take the same size. The filter diameter is usually printed on the front of the lens, otherwise check your manual.
Gord Schindell
· July 19, 2020
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Just the plastic case it comes in. Nothing special, but you can store it in there.
Joe
· October 6, 2017
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Yes you can
Vinc
· October 8, 2017
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Yes it is made of glass. The intensity of polarising filters is not adjustable. But by turning the filter you adjust the polarising effect relative to your angle with the sun. As you turn the filter you will notice the blue of the sky intensify and green plants become greener. If you shot at a new angle relative to… see more Yes it is made of glass. The intensity of polarising filters is not adjustable. But by turning the filter you adjust the polarising effect relative to your angle with the sun. As you turn the filter you will notice the blue of the sky intensify and green plants become greener. If you shot at a new angle relative to the sun may need to turn the filter again.
I purchased this filter because 4 other polarisers caused autofocus errors with my 70 - 200 f2.8 lens. see less
Yes it is made of glass. The intensity of polarising filters is not adjustable. But by turning the filter you adjust the polarising effect relative to your angle with the sun. As you turn the filter you will notice the blue of the sky intensify and green plants become greener. If you shot at a new angle relative to the sun may need to turn the filter again.
I purchased this filter because 4 other polarisers caused autofocus errors with my 70 - 200 f2.8 lens.

Amazon Customer
· September 4, 2017
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Yes the Sigma lens hood fit over the filter
Steve Grimaldi
· August 22, 2021
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glass
art
· September 5, 2021
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art
· September 5, 2021
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no you have to turn the lense as scrow on the camera clock wise ..
Maha kanan
· May 21, 2019