06.07.2016
This is what typical ads for polarizing filter look like and is probably why no one uses a polarizer on the street.
This image was taken with the polarizing filter, which makes a HUGE difference in the useable range of values.
Most filters come with lettering on the outer rim, so I look through the filter before its on the camera and register where the writing falls. In the post, the reason I took the first shot was because I had forgotten to spin it back to horizontal from a vertical picture. I should point out, that rangefinders are fine with linear polarizers as there is not autofocus for them to throw off, and linear filters are much less expensive than circular. Other notes would be that sometimes a polarizer can reduce contrast a little too much and make things look flat (especially portraits), so it’s good to experiment a little. Maybe by this way I’ll stop to often try to enhance my photos with the Vivid leveller in Lightroom! You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website.
When the sun starts to go down I pop on the lens cap shielding one side, screw the filter off and wrap it in a lens cloth that I carry anyways, to protect it.


I use them on my SLRs but not on my rangefinders as I can’t tell which way to rotate the polarizer to cut out the reflections. I have been using a circular polarizer but notice that it seems quite severely attenuate the light. I use a Singh-Ray Vari N Duo between the hours of 10am – 5pm when the sunlight is harsh. I shoot mostly with a Leica M9 and I hold the filter up to my, adjust to where I like the look, then put the filter on the lens so that the writing on the ring is oriented the same way. Either way, I finder the M9 tends to under expose a little with a polarizer on, so it’s something to be conscious of.
It’s also good at making sweaty people look, well, not sweaty, which is pretty handy on a hot day. With two in a pack, you’ll have a mini flashlight for the kitchen drawer and another for the vehicle glove compartment, tool box or black-out kit. I am a new student photographer who had the misfortune (I think) of starting with digital and is now going back to the basics with film and can’t wait to add a polarizing filter to my arsenal.
That’s traveling about as light as it can get though if I am roughing it I will bring the filter case along for added protection.


I made a mistake of buying thick mount instead i should have bought a thin mount polarizer.
They don't work because the printed circuit board with the LEDs loses contact with the case.
On the B+W polarizers I see the Multi Resistant Coatings – would those be the ones to get? Put a board on the other end of the flashlight and lightly tap the board a few times with a hammer. My principal uses are in my shop and in my office, most commonly on my hands and knees hunting for something I've dropped or fixing something that is not accessible standing up with good room light. I have had at least a half dozen of these, and several have failed, always at the push-button switch on the back of the light.
9 LED Mini Flashlight:I use them to see inside little things or around edges where there is no light.




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