An Expensive Lesson
I have been without my Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM lens for the last 8 days. The lens was being repaired by Canon Professional Services because I damaged the front element lens coating by banging the lens against something. I say was because the replacement of the first lens group was just completed and the lens is finally on it's way back. Yeah, I know, I know. "Where was your UV Filter?" The short story is that I had removed it because when I shoot with my Lee Graduated Neutral Density filters or my Singh-Ray Darrell Benson Reverse Graduated Neutral Density filter, I don't want any lens vignetting that may occur if I simply mount the GND or RGND onto the UV filter.
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