B+W 62mm XS-Pro Kaesemann Circular Polarizer with Multi-Resi,Wr_U77C_B_lus

B+W 62mm XS-Pro Kaesemann Circular Polarizer with Multi-Resi 56 of 56 people found the following review helpfulVery nice polarizer, and good price! By Sunny on July 13, 2012Size: 82 mm Verified Purchase I recently bought the Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Ultra Wide Angle Zoom Lens and boy was finding filters that big hard! I am a big B+W fan ever since my purchase of one of their 58mm polarizers for my old lens. They’ve got a life long customer as long as I do photography. What I like about this filter is that there is no glare unlike those cheap filters. The darkening was even, and best of all, dust and liquids can be cleaned off this filter easily due to the coating. The other thing I love about the coating is that no fingerprints ever get on the filter! I have accidently touched this filter many times and not a trace of fingerprints were found on it. I was amazed. The polarizing effect was very good too. It darkened and saturated the skies a lot when I took landscape shots, and it filtered a lot of glare from water and white objects when I’m taking photos of those things. I don’t see any vignette, but I use a Canon EOS 7D which is a crop sensor. My only complaint is that the front thread is a bit too thin, my lens cap only hooks onto it partially (about 3/4 of the way in). Shouldn’t be a problem as it still feels pretty tight on the filter, but it keeps giving me the feeling the lens cap is going to fall off. I think they did this to prevent vignette so that is an up for me, lens caps are easily replaceable. So if you have a lens this big, I would recommend you get this filter! You can never go wrong with B+W, the quality and materials are top quality!Here is a list summary of the pros and cons:Pros:- Polarizing effect is great and filtering is even through out.Read more › 7 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 33 of 34 people found the following review helpfulNot just an edge-sealed B+W CPL, better By D. Meriwether on February 11, 2013Size: 77 mm Verified Purchase Reasons you should buy this filter:Anti-reflective coating: Some form of anti-reflection or anti-glare coating is absolutely ne

Movo GM300 Battery Powered Lavalier Lapel Clip-on Omnidirect 16 of 16 people found the following review helpfulAmazing sound and quality. By Dustin R. on September 3, 2014Size: Standard This mic is so crisp and clear and it’s super low profile and convenient for gopro users. First off let me start out by mentioning that the adapter that comes with this mic is actually better quality than gopro’s. The cable is only 3 feet long and the mic, I can not stress enough, sounds better than any PC headset I’ve ever had. There’s no wind noise when I’m flyin down the freeway. I clip the mic on the inside of my helmet and all you hear is me, with subtle background noises of what’s going on around me. This mic picks up a lot and it’s worth the buy. 1 Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 16 of 17 people found the following review helpfulIf you don’t buy this…you are stupid! By Devon on October 19, 2014Size: Standard Verified Purchase Used this with my GoPro while flying in my helicopter. #1 the fact that it comes with the adapter for the GoPro that costs over $15 by itself makes it an instant bargain! #2 it worked perfectly inside my ear cup so that you could hear everything I was saying. If you want evidence of it’s performance, please view my video on YouTube. I hooked up the GoPro to my flight helmet and hooked up the mic to it, then routed it inside my ear cup. Keep in mind that the helicopter is SUPER loud and you can barely hear it but you can hear us talking clear as day.http://youtu.be/wFmgdUC42iM Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 6 of 6 people found the following review helpfulGOOD for GoPro Hero3+ By Nicolas Vargas on January 27, 2015Size: Standard Verified Purchase Love it! Quality is great. Still doing sound testing on my motorcycle while riding, but overall good results so far. I use i

Lexar Professional 1066x 128GB CompactFlash Card LCF128CRBN 2 of 2 people found the following review helpfulLexar shoots and scores By ChemProf on November 22, 2014Size: 128 GB I just ordered two of the 128 GB and two of the 32 GB to go along with two 64GB cards I have.First, why so many cards and different sizes?Well, it depends on what you are doing at the time you are taking the photographs.Last night, I did the photography for a colleagues play that he and his students were putting on and I ended up having to switch cards and still almost ran out of space in four hours (I took a lot of pics of the whole show)… could have probably used the 128 GB.I also travel a lot and take a lot of nature photographs on two or three week backcountry excursions so I would definitely use the larger cards for that, not being able to dump the cards as often as I would like.Now, for the cards themselves.These cards are simply fantastic. I’ve used them for about two months in my two cameras (the one I specifically bought them for was my new Nikon D-810, but they work just as well in my older olympus body). No transfer errors, no write errors (probably the most important issue to me) and they are fast (I haven’t been able to overrun the buffer yet, more than likely because of the card speed). I shoot almost everything in RAW format (full frame) so with the 64 GB card, on the Nikon body, I can store about 780 RAW images so the more cards, the merrier. If you choose to store images in jpeg, you can store a hell of a lot more, depending on the resolution you choose.I use an external card reader (USB 3.0) on my laptop and a built-in reader on either of my other two computers and pretty much the transfer rate and the read-write speed is the same on either of the computers.I wouldn’t call them cheap but for this type of thing, cheaper isn’t necessarily better, especially storing a large number of photos. Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 2 of 2 people found the following review helpfulFast card, nice compromise on size By Richard Fisher on June 15, 2014Size: 64 GB Verified Purchase I have benched marked this card versus the San