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    hmmm could be good advice, but off course such a thing is unavailable ererywhere, I'll keep out looking since I indeeed hae a 200mm too.

    anyone else on the cast thing, and brands?

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    Most new polarizers these days are circular, so you may not find anything else offered.
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    The 67 that I owned, did not require a circular, but as Robert said, the circulars are far more common now a days, so a linear could be difficult to find, you might check on ebay, I have picked a ton of good quality filters up for a really good price on there, far less expensive than many of the retail outlets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by game View Post
    hmmm could be good advice, but off course such a thing is unavailable ererywhere, I'll keep out looking since I indeeed hae a 200mm too.

    anyone else on the cast thing, and brands?
    If you are considering the other lenses for the system, I would consider John's suggestion in getting the 77mm Polarizer and a step-up ring from 67mm to 77mm. As to filter makes, I would tend to bite the bullet and consider a Circular Polarizer from Hoya, B & W, Heliopan, of Singh-Ray (all their Polarizers are circular). If you decide to use the Cokin P System holder and Cokin P size filters, you could consider getting a Singh-Ray filter in the P size. It will cover filter sizes up to 82mm. The new Lighter Brighter Singh-Ray filters will allow more light through (about 1/2 - 1 stop more) than the other makes. As a result, the Singh-Ray filters will make focusing a little easier and allow you to shoot at a little faster shutter speed. Presently, I do not see regular Polarizing Filters on their Website. They used to make them. I am sure that they will make them for you. If you decide to go that way, ask about the filter in the new Lighter Brighter version.

    Here is the Singh-Ray link:

    http://www.singh-ray.com/

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    B+W calls their linear polarizer a "Top Polarizer." I use linear polarizers. The only camera I have that would require a circular polarizer is my Canon New F-1, and I tend to use that mainly with long lenses that have drop-in filters, for which a polarizer is unavailable or impractical, and on the very odd occasion that I might want a polarizer with a shorter lens (not that it wouldn't be useful--I just tend to shoot other formats more), I can just calculate the exposure compensation manually.
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    Walimex, does anyone knows that brand??

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    Never heard of it?

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    Pentax Polarizor

    The polarizor I have on my 105 says Asahi Pentax 67 right on it. Very nice. Has the little pentax bayonet connectors as well. I love the filter and use it even in studio with portraits and studio lights. Got it off ebay for 20 something dollars and is mint condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpurdy View Post
    The polarizor I have on my 105 says Asahi Pentax 67 right on it. Very nice. Has the little pentax bayonet connectors as well. I love the filter and use it even in studio with portraits and studio lights. Got it off ebay for 20 something dollars and is mint condition.
    well that's a great find indeed.
    but I aint gonna wait for smething likek that to come along.
    I found something, that's produced by schneider, for a decent price. so I think I am gonna go for that.
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