How can I put a polarizing filter on my point and shoot camera?

Episode 1462 (2:10:00)

John from Long Beach, CA
Neutral density filter

John wants to know how he can add a polarizing filter to his point and shoot camera. Leo says some of the point and shoots have screws on the front that would allow him to add a filter, which is the easiest way to do it. There's a variety of polarizing filter he could get, and generally, he'd want a circular one. If he doesn't have threads on the point and shoot, he'll need some way to mount it on there. John also looked at a magnetic filter, but his camera doesn't have that either. Leo says most of the companies that make point and shoot filters have a ring mount that can be added to the camera with an adapter of some kind. There's just not a lot of demand for filters for the Casio point and shoot camera he has.

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