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Basic filter for Canon M50?

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Old 13-05-19, 14:39
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Default Basic filter for Canon M50?

I need a clear filter for my lens but I only need it as a protector for the glass so it doesn’t need to do anything particular other than that. Are there any filters which also allow the lens cap to stay on? What’s a good general purpose filter which I can leave on for most situations. I take portraits and landscapes and occasionally night time outdoor shots. Almost never take any indoor shots, if that helps.
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In all my 60 years as an amateur photographer I've never placed a protective filter on any of my lenses. IMO placing extra glass in front of a lens can only degrade an image.
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In all my 60 years as an amateur photographer I've never placed a protective filter on any of my lenses. IMO placing extra glass in front of a lens can only degrade an image.
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