Hasselblad bay50 circular polariser

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alex gard

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Sorry to clog the board with such a silly question but I'm having trouble finding this small bit of information anywhere on google.
I have a hassy bay 50 cir-pol filter, I was wondering what exposure compensation I need to make for it.. 1 stop? 1 2/3?

I'm nowhere near any processing equipment for a couple of months so ICan't "shoot a roll and test"


thanks!
 

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It's going to vary, depending on amount of polarization (as you turn the filter). But 1.5 stops is the average light loss, when I tested mine using a spotmeter.
 

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Bracket a few shots to see how it goes for you, but generally, the advice you have here is gonna get you close enough.
 
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