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Old March 24th, 2009, 12:21 AM   #16
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Elizabeth,

I dismantled one of the Hoya filters and reversed the polariser. I'm satisfied with the Hoyas but even using thin mounts I have problems with cut off for ultra wide lenses. I just bought a new Genus 4x4 mattebox that amazingly allows wide angle use of square filters so I'm going the 4x4 route for everything now.

Dan
Cool. Thanks for the explanation.
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