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High Quality Professional Performance 49mm UV Filter - Low profile Ring - High Index Optical Glass - Maximum Light Transmission - Perfect For Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Sony, Pentax And Many More Models - Cheaper Than Replacing Your Lens - Ideal Lens Protection - Double Threaded To Except Other Adapters Or Lens Hoods


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  • Easy to install and remove Suitable For Any Camera With a 49mm Diameter Lens
  • The UV fliter protects your camera lens from dust, moisture, scratches and fingerprints
  • Camera filter absorbs ultra violet rays without an increase in exposure to provide a clearer picture as well as protection for your valuable lens
  • Double threaded UV lens for use with a lens hood or another filter
  • This lens filter comes to you new in the box with a high quality plastic storage container

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High Quality Professional Performance 49mm UV Filter - Low profile Ring - High Index Optical Glass - Maximum Light Transmission - Perfect For Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Sony, Pentax And Many More Models - Cheaper Than Replacing Your Lens - Ideal Lens Protection - Double Threaded To Except Other Adapters Or Lens Hoods + 55mm UV Lens Filter
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.9 x 4.9 x 0.4 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 59 g
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  • ASIN: B0098Y3GR8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Sep 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

Product Description

An Insurance Policy for Your Lens The clear UV filter screws onto the front of your lens. Imagine that you're on a hike and grind the front of your lens against a sharp rock. Without a UV filter in place, you're going to have to replace the lens. This can cost anywhere from £300 to £3000 (depending upon the lens). With a UV filter in place, the only thing you've damaged - and need to replace - is the filter. Approximate cost: £10-£15. Big difference. What's the Catch? Since the logic behind a UV filter makes so much sense, why doesn't everyone use them all the time? Most people do, but there are some professional photographers who argue that a UV filter affects the quality of your photos regardless of the filter's clarity. This argument also makes sense: for the clearest possible images, don't put something on the front of your lens and leave it there all the time. In the end, the answer has a lot to do with how you use your camera: If you enjoy taking your DSLR on your travels, hikes and other excursions, where there is a high chance of smacking the front of the lens on something, then always use a UV filter If you take photos in more controlled environments (indoors, studio, etc.) then you may opt to leave off the UV filter to ensure the highest possible image quality

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By Ned on 4 July 2014
Bit thick - can't fit a slip-on lens hood
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By Martin Brannigan on 7 Nov 2012
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Arrived in good time. Well packaged, good quality.
A must have for any lens - Will improve the Colour Quality of your photographs and is cheaper to replace if scratched then the lens it's self.
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