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Marumi DHG Super Circular Polarising 49mm Filter

by Marumi
55 customer reviews

RRP: £91.98
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49mm
  • Newly developed ultra-low reflection coating increases light transmission
  • Lens outer rim is blackened to minimize internal reflection
  • Satin smooth, ultra thin, matte-black metal filter frame further minimizes reflection
  • Suitable also for wide-angle lenses
  • Front lens cap can be attached
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Product details

Size: 49mm
  • Item Weight: 5 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 9 g
  • Item model number: DHG49SCIR
  • ASIN: B00368CJZW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 27 Jan. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Size Name: 49mm

Marumi digital high grade filters have been specially designed with digital photography in mind. Each filter uses a specially developed ultra-low reflection coating to minimize internal reflection off the cameras built-in CCD and cmOS sensors. Other anti-reflect features include a special slim frame with satin smooth finish and a black ink process on the glass edge to eliminate flare. Marumi DHG Super Circular Polarising filters incorporate the same features as the DHG range plus 2 additional benefits:

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr Baz TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 5 Jun. 2014
Size: 62mm
Most folks run to Hoya for all their filters, nothing wrong there as the company makes some fine filters at various price points (avoid the super budget stuff though) But in this case it's worth looking at other makers too.

Marumi are a make I've been using for a few years now, and I've been very pleased with their products overall.
This Polariser isn't cheap, you can hit the usual auction site for bargains (some are ok, some are not) The DHG is the digital high grade range of filters (the super DHG has an additional coating on it to aid cleaning)

At this price you start to get good quality, but without the B+W wallet busting price. This filter outperformed the B+W CPL filters on lenstip's testing, and most other makers too. In the real world it's well made, with a slim frame so vignetting is less of an issue on wider angle lenses.

Rotating the filter is smooth and without any grinding, optical quality is very good with an excellent polarising effect on images.
As a side note a CPL is useful for a few areas in photography

- Removing reflections on non metallic objects, and for effect in Landscape photography (darkening of the sky and increasing contrast)

I tend to use them mostly for removing reflections which can be useful for product photography or items in display glass, but the effect can also be handy for cutting out water reflections too. If it's not metal a CPL will kill reflections with ease.

For scenic work a CPL can be very useful, however I'd resist the temptation to use one all the time, or to always use one "dialled up to the max". When you rotate the filter the effect of polarisation becomes stronger, but there are times when you might not want to use it at it's strongest.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By NL on 6 Sept. 2010
Size: 77mm
The Marumi DHG Super CPL isn't cheap but it really is outstanding regarding performance.

If you are looking for a high end Polariser, it provides a standard I have yet to see rivalled for the price from any other manufacturer.

An independent test and review of many popular Polarisers can be found here - [...] (link deleted by Amazon)

To summarise the results from the extensive test - I confidently based my choice on them - the Marumi DHG Super CP came joint first (identical results) with the significantly more expensive B+W Slim KSM C-POL MRC 72 mm.

Both filters performance and low distortion exceeded the Hoya, Kenko, Fujiyama, Sigma, Tiffen and lower spec B+W filters on the market.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 12 July 2011
Size: 67mm Verified Purchase
At this price level you've got right to expect top quality. And so quality this filter has. I've did some extended research before my purchase and this was one of highest rated polar filters. After testing I can only agree with all reviews I have red. It's good purchase. If you need polar filter and you know what effects you could expect you won't be disappointed. It's much cheaper than comparable products from B+W or Heliopan too.

The good
+ ring works smoothly
+ easy to clean
+ robust
+ great homogeneity
+ small reflections

The bad
- it's expensive anyway
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Rupert S. Brun on 22 May 2012
Size: 62mm Verified Purchase
I read a few on-line reviews before buying this polarising filter as i had previously bought only Hoya and B+W.This filter is very nicely made, the multi-coating is excellent giving much lower levels of reflection than on my Hoya circular polariser. It is a very thin mount so should not cause a problem with wide lenses. Colours are neutral and extinction is good.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nick on 3 Oct. 2012
Size: 77mm Verified Purchase
I bought this after seeing it reviewed well against B+W filters which I know from experience to be excellent.

I have used this on a number of occasions now on a Nikon D7000 with 3 Nikon lenses attached to brass step-up rings: 18-70mm, 50mm f/1.8G and 105mm f/2.

Flare is well controlled and the polarising effect is well controlled across the field of view, with no colour variation problems.

The filter rotates easily and firmly enough to retain its position.

The filter is relatively thin, and I only really had vignetting on my 18-70 when I stacked this with two other filters and shot at 18mm.

My lens cap attaches easily to it.

I didn't have any trouble with stiction, using my brass Heliopan step-up rings.

The filter cleans easily with a Kauser (microfibre) cloth without problems.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Steve D Hill on 7 Nov. 2011
Size: 77mm Verified Purchase
"Instant better photographer" when taking pictures in bright sunlight. Makes colours pop and pictures significantly more dramatic. Indoors it can be used to adjust the amount of reflection from glossy surfaces/glass. Highly recommended.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. J. Mcgrath on 16 Dec. 2011
Size: 77mm Verified Purchase
Delivered promptly. Very good quality product - enhances images very well. Rotates freely and very thin - does not significantly worsen vignetting on my 12-24mm lens.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By El Gringo on 3 Sept. 2012
Size: 62mm Verified Purchase
Did a lot of Googling before picking this particular filter and the review of Circular Polariser filters by lenstip.com highlighted the Marumi. Used on my Sony a55 with 18-250mm travel zoom, the results are excellent. Many more keepers than before. The only downside is the inevitable loss of light, maybe 1-2 stops, however the ability to clean up most bright daylight scenes to get the contrast and saturation you're after ( not just landscapes ) is more than worth it. My UV protection filter has been replaced by the Marumi as the "always on" filter.
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