I really appreciate for your reply. I read various forms and articles every one speaks different on their experience, one way which is good to know. Some mentioned in forums discussion that they don’t use filters and some don’t use lens hood, it’s everyone’s personal choice. I have made a choice to buy both.
I have decided I will invest money on good filters and buy decent lens hoods which are not cheap or expensive.
Someone advised me online on a different forum to buy polarising filter for EF S 55-250mm, but I read an article and they say that “Rotating front element, problem with polarizing filter”. Link: http://www.wildlife-pictures-online.com/canon-efs55-250mm-is-lens.html.
Does Circular Polarising Filter are not good fit for this EF S 55-250?
I have made a short list to buy one of these listed below.
Hoya 58mm Circular Polarising Filter
Hoya 58mm Pro1 Digital Protector Filter
Hoya 58mm Pro-1 Digital UV Screw in Filter
I would also like to the difference between (what is the advantage of Screw in Filter)
Pro1 Digital Protector Filter
Pro-1 Digital UV Screw in Filter.
I have also purchased few DVD online to learn (DVD by Karl Taylor). Looks that his guy is good in teaching.