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    Nikon CLP

    Just seen a Nikon 77mm CPL for sale $100's Just interested in how they compare with other brands haven't rung about condition yet.
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    I had the Nikon CPL 67mm filter. It was very clear, and sharp. It cost me $120 so 100 might be a good price, depending in your budget.
    Also Hoya CPL 55mm. It is good as well, and it cost me $50.
    I can't compare them because I used different lens. Hope this helps with your decision.
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    Ive got the 77mm Nikon CPL and used to have a Hoya 77mm CPL, while i cant remember now which photos were taken with which so i cant post a direct comparison i do think the quality of the nikon one was better overall.

    Looking at it now compared to a smaller hoya CPL the build quality is much nicer
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