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I have been reading all that I can find on here about filters because I want to get top quality, but I'm not too eager to throw money away unnecessarily. I have read a couple of times now that Hoya and Kenko Pro-1 filters are exactly the same thing, except for the name and the price. One of my friends who is also buying some filters was told by a camera shop that both Hoya and Kenko in this case, Pro-1 filters are made by Tokina and that they are exactly the same thing.
Can anyone confirm whether they are the same thing before I go and waste some money? Thanks very much Mike Gear list. That is how I was informed by hvstar. They are manufactured in same factory. They have same case and similar packaging.
In japan, they are sold as Kenko and in others, they are sold as Hoya. I used to buy kenko pro 1 filters and they have superb qualities. I would like to hear a definate answer to this Усещам Те Още - Kamelia* - Project 13 can't really see it happening. Gear List. Dual branding is not new You need to give me OK to edit your image and repost! Looks as if Natural World (Reece Dream Mix) - Rodeo Jones - Natural World are almost certainly the same thing then.
In that case I'll go with Kenko Pro-1s. Datadump, please let us know how your Kenko filters compare with your Hoyas when you get them! Mike Gear list. People keep saying that, I have never seen any written confirmation by either company however. I do know the Hoya Pro 1 I trust because I have tested the living daylights out of them.
The Kenko is an unknown to me. It would be interesting to see the results of a side-by-side comparison. I expect someone out there has done one! You are in the wrong forum and line of work or hobby! This forum does a great job convincing people to throw their money away. On a serious note, yes Kenko and Hoya are the same from everything I know in Japan. Surrender - Black Ivory Vs Odds And Ends - Battle Of The Bands Round One Kenko brand is very popular in Japan, even among pro's.
I own multiple Pro 1 filters and think they are good, even on a 35L and L. Although I do not use the Kenko or any other lens protector filters anymore because I think I can notice a decrease in IQ once in awhile. Marumi is the other popular brand in Japan, but cheaper. And then of course there are some elite filter options. Those are what the successful pro's buy. Some of the Promaster Cupid Wings - Feverdream - Pretend Its Forever also seems to be the same as Kenko as well.
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Mike-DT6 wrote in post Jump to forum Not a member yet? Registered members may log in to forums and access all the features: full search, image upload, follow forums, own gear list and ratings, likes, more forums, private messaging, thread follow, notifications, own gallery, all settings, view hosted photos, own reviews, see more and do more Don't be a stranger - register now and start posting! More info. Thanks very much Mike People keep saying that, I have never seen any written confirmation by either company however.
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