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Is my Kaesemann Filter really a Kaesemann?

snegron

Cape Coral, Florida, US
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snegron Silver Member Nikonian since 05th May 2007
Thu 06-Jun-13 06:36 PM

I purchased a 52mm B+W MC Kaesemann Circular Polarizer. I just got it in the mail today.

I found something a bit confusing. The box says Digital MRC F-Pro. There is a sticker on the box that reads 52 MRC KSM POL Circular. The writing on the filter ring itself reads "B+W 52 KSM C-Pol MRC". The filter ring is black in color (not silver like they advertise for the digital filters).

Is it possible that the box has nothing to do with the actual filter? I remember seeing the "digital" version on B&H but decided to go with this one instead. The digital/non-Kaesemann version was about $30.00 less than this one.

Did I receive the right filter? Is the box simply a standard box? Is there any other way to tell if my filter is truly a Kaesemann other the the "KSM" printed on the front of the lens ring?

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