B+W F-Pro thinner than Normal, but not as thin as a Slim.
If you go with a B+W F-Pro filter, it is in a thinner mount, then
Originally Posted by BenZucker
the older " normal " B+W filter mounts. You can still screw on
a 2nd filter, or lens hood. You have a much better chance of
eliminating vignetting this way.
I have tried this on my Voigtlander 12 mm. The older mount,
didn't heavily vignette, but I wasn't shooting at f 22 either.
I'm hopeful this will work, if not, there's always the thin or W.A.
as a hood, or 2nd filter is not required.
Not to hijack this thread, but they make a warm polarizer,
Originally Posted by Colin Corneau
why not a warm center-filter.
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