Cokin polarizer delaminated

P. J. Alling webstertwentysix at gmail.com
Thu Oct 1 23:05:33 EDT 2009


I haven't studied micro biology in quite some time, the kingdoms have 
been seriously re-arranged.  If there was such a thing as a 
fungus-bacteria now I wouldn't be at all surprised...

eckinator wrote:
> did I write 'fungus bacteria'? I meant fungus or bacteria of course...
>
> 2009/10/1 eckinator <eckinator at gmail.com>:
>   
>> Could also be fungus bacteria eating into organic matter in the glue
>> layer. Are there any changes to the surfaces now laid bare?
>> I recall from the early days of flat panel computer screens how some
>> manufacturers suffered this issue and had to recall/replace entire
>> production batches because the edges of their panels were poorly
>> sealed.
>> Cheers
>> Ecke
>>
>> 2009/10/1 P. J. Alling <webstertwentysix at gmail.com>:
>>     
>>> I've never had a polarizer delaminate, but moisture will do it.
>>>
>>> Luiz Felipe wrote:
>>>       
>>>> Just received a piece of no-good news. Unpacked my Cokin set and
>>>> discovered my once lovely polarizer is de-laminating badly. Any clues to
>>>> motive? Did this happen to anyone else??
>>>>
>>>> lf
>>>>         
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