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LEE Filters 105mm Landscape Polarizer
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|Photo Filter Thread Size||105 Millimeters|
|Photo Filter Effect Type||Polarizer|
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- NEW! Lee Filters 105mm Landscape Polarizer!
- Super Slim design - 5mm mount
- Allow for use down to 16mm without vignetting
- Adds a warmer feel to your images
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 5 x 5 inches||0.39 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches||0.75 x 2.75 x 3.25 inches||1.38 x 4.65 x 4.92 inches||3.23 x 1.18 x 3.23 inches||0 x 0 x 2.28 inches|
The Lee Filters Landscape Polarizer 105mm is a circular glass filter specially designed for landscape photographers using wide-angle lenses on full-frame DSLRs. This slimmer polarizer will go down to 16mm without vignetting when used with a two slotted filter holder on a full frame 35mm sensor. It has a slightly warm bias, so not only is the photographer able to remove glare from shiny surfaces, or increase the contrast between blue sky and white cloud, they can also enhance the greens, browns and golds that are so often associated with photography in the landscape. Because the Landscape Polarizer screws onto the front of the holder, it leaves both slots in the holder free, allowing the photographer to add further filters of their choice, opening up even more creative possibilities.
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This filter works really well I've used it stacked with the big stopper. Just a note though you do need the adapter ring and that screws onto the filter holder. I made the mistake of not looking before I went out and had to swap it in while I was standing in the middle of bad water basin. I haven't seen any extra vintaging with this on. Ive had it on the 18mm Batis and 24mm Samyang.
Was excited to check this filter, only to discover that it’s overpriced and doest not worth the investment, but more then that it even ruined many of my photos at the edge!
Shame it cost so much money! if only i didn’t miss the return date by one day.
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Well personally I think it’s vastly over priced. Especially when you have to buy the adaptor ring to attach it.
I’ve had a polariser before and although that was for a 58mm thread I found it had more of an effect.
This filter is so slim that it’s hard to screw it in to the ring. The best way to attach it is to hold the foundation kit and screw it in from above. That said it’s still pretty fidley.
For long exposures in running water to reduce the harsh whites and glare then yes it maybe it’s worth it.
If you want to darken blue skies then I’d stick with an ND Grad.
Updated: I used this filter with some waterfalls yesterday. Mainly to keep the harsh glare off the water during a long exposure. Which to be fair it did well. It just let me down when for no reason at all. The polariser just popped off the filter holder and fell in to the water. I wasn’t even touch the filter or the filter holder. Only picking the camera and attached filters up by the tripod. I panicked and managed pick it up out of the water but has a scratch/crack in the glass now. The threads are so thin that it’s difficult to know if it’s secure or properly screwed all the way in. Whilst I understand the filter needs to be thin for wide angle lenses. I cannot for the life of me cannot understand why they wouldn’t put a more substantial thread on this filter. If nothing else than to reassure that it’s securly fitted. The filter is useful, but poorly designed. For that reason and for it popping off the filter holder. I have no choice than to award it one star.
Having said that, once the ring is on and the filter attached, the results are amazing, especially when shooting water, to the point that I think there are very few situations where I wouldn't use it when outside shooting landscapes.
The only issue I have is that the edge of the filter ring can be seen when my 16-35mm is wide open at 16mm. But this is a constraint of the Lee 100 filter system with my lens rather than any fault with the filter.
Top quality and recommended.
Slight warm-up feel to it, which I don't mind at all.
The 105mm front ring is required of course which together with this filter makes it an expensive investment.
Still, it replaces a number of individual polarisers for multiple lenses. Should have bought this first.