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    I have been looking at filters for my canon eso 400d and was wondering what the best ones would be and what anyone thinks about buying from ebay?

    I want filters that will enhance sunsets, sun rising, clouds and also any that are good for landscape shots, any other suggestions would be great.

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    I think the most important thing is to buy really good quality ones so it doesnt degrade the image quality of your lenses

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    Moving you over to the photography section where you will get noticed more. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by josh.p., post: 148471
    Moving you over to the photography section where you will get noticed more. :)
    Thanks I forgot about that section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lozzy, post: 144913
    I have been looking at filters for my canon eso 400d and was wondering what the best ones would be and what anyone thinks about buying from ebay?

    I want filters that will enhance sunsets, sun rising, clouds and also any that are good for landscape shots, any other suggestions would be great.

    Thanks
    Initially, you probably want a good quality polarizing filter. It's two pieces of glass that screw onto your lens. You can rotate the outer piece to vary the polarizing effect. Also protects the glass of your very expensive lens!

    That's the filter to use if you want a sky that's bluer than blue and clouds that jump off the photograph at you!

    Tom (... bout the only one I use 99% of the time!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher, post: 148511
    Tom (... bout the only one I use 99% of the time!)
    yep! same here
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