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Old October 28th, 2010, 01:54 PM
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Tony DeSanto
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Greater Denver Area
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Originally Posted by chris snell
I'll check out the Heliopans. Thanks, the vignetting has been annoying me for a while. I'm running two filters, a Hoya Pro1 circular polarizing, and a Hoya UV(0).

Turning around on Lockhart still bums me out. We were just too rookied out at that point. After driving the Canyonlands at night, my confidence got a lot better.

On a side note, the D90 amazed me. 1,800 miles of driving, 900 of them off pavement and not a single problem. I think I've turned a corner with the truck.


I wonder if you only use one filter at a time if that would be enough to prevent the vignetting? If it's a DSLR, what is the focal length?

If you try that, and you can still see the circular polarizer in the corners (usually only true for wide-angle lenses) you can try one of the slim circular polarizers from B&W. But, usually for 24mm equivalent focal lengths (35mm format) and longer, this shouldn't be needed.

I really like the night shots.
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