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B + W Filter 58mm UV Filter With Multi Resistant Coating
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- Perfect for digital
- Schott glass
- The very best optical quality
- Multi resistant coating
- Brass mount
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Size: 58 mm
The classic among protection filters blocks the unwanted UV component contained in daylight.The colourless UV filters are suitable for both analogue and digital cameras and ensure "more brilliant pictures"
The UV filter can remain permanently on the lens to protect it from dirt and damage.The high grade,tough multi resistant coating provides the very best protection and provides optimum reflection reduction
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Top Customer Reviews
I'd bought a Canon 35mm f/1.4 lens and a hoya filter to go on it, but within a week I'd got chlorinated water splashed onto the filter. When I tried to wipe the filter, the chlorine had already eaten into the coatings which got me wondering. I've always found Hoya filters to be ok, but they seemed to attract dirt and cleaning often resulted in damaged coatings, no matter how careful I was, so I did some research and discovered the B+W multi resistant coating filter and bought one. Yes, it's almost double the price of the Hoya equivalent, but I've had this one on the lens now for maybe a year, and not only does it very rarely get dirty, it comes up clean when I clean it without permanent damage to the coating.
In summary, from new you won't notice any optical difference between a Hoya and a B+W filter, but the B+W is more robust and needs less attention. Barring getting broken, it'll last longer. If you're not sure whether to spend the extra, I suggest you treat yourself and you'll be happy you did.
The filter is solid, sturdy, and feels excellently made- the metal thread (if a little awkward to begin with) fits perfectly with no play or squeaks, and the glass appears to be of superior optical quality.
I only really use this filter as a protector for my lens, but with the multi resistant coating glare is significantly reduced, and scratches (to the filter + lens) are non-existent.
For the amateur photographer wanting a high quality UV filter, I entirely recommend this B+W product.
Ooh and did I mention it also comes in a rather nice translucent plastic box for storage- the filter lives on my lens, so I dont use the case, but it is a very nice addition to have!
A perfect product.
The price is high and I have to accept that i could be kidding myself as to the quality in relation to the price. However I have not had occasion to doubt the quality of these filters and I would prefer to err on the side of quality for my camera.
These filters are made from brass, not aluminium unlike most other brands, so they are less likely to bind together if you stack filters.
I'll just say one more thing: Don't buy a filter if you don't need it for the situations I mentioned above. If you buy a filter intending that it will stop something from breaking your front element, you're wasting your money. The filter is best use for protecting the coatings on the front element, not the element itself. In fact, a broken filter will likely cause more damage to the element than not using a filter.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wow, no lightweight alloy rings on this thing, solid, heavy brass. The optics are good too, as you would expect. Read morePublished 3 days ago by John Bean
Good quality filter. Yes they are more expensive than others on here but... and here is the thing... they work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. Matthew Cameron
Okay it's a lot more expensive than some filters but the quality shines through.
There is no colour cast on the images and um, well it's a UV filter.