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  1. I didn't use it for a while and found a halo on its surface (or surfaces, I'm not sure) I know that redhancer filters use special glass, and the halo may be due to this... but how can I clean this filter? I mean, how can I remove this halo?
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    remove stuck filter?

    I am unable to remove the filter from my 20-35 f/2.8 and wonder methods you might suggest. It is a B+W UV-Haze and neither it nor the lens show any dings or dints. The filter looks in good condition but I rarely use any filter except a polarizer. A local camera repair shop took a look and didn't give much hope for removing the filter without destroying it the process. Before I go caveman on it I thought I'd ask what you might do.
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