Marumi DHG Super Lens Protect 77mm Filter
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- Ultra-low reflective coating minimizes reflection off internal CCD & CMOS sensors
- Multicoated (6 coatings) optical glass filter
- Low profile: Just 5 mm high
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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 Lens Protection filters incorporate the same features as the Digital High Grade range plus 2 additional benefits:
Top Customer Reviews
The DHG (digital high grade) series is multicoated and available in lens protect, UV and CPL as well as others.
All feature a low profile size, lots of coatings to help reduce ghosting and internal reflections, a satin painted filter ring again helps reduce reflections, plus black ink on the outer edge of the glass filter. The "super" v the normal DHG is an additional coat added to the filter surface which helps repel grease, dirt and water/oil and it does seem to help here.
I've used both the normal DHG and Super. If you're outdoors a lot and can get the front element dirty at times the "super" is worth looking at, for most normal uses then the standard DHG is the one to go for. I've used these filters even on older film lenses (note they're just fine on film cameras too) and they do help tame reflections and flare, and in some cases can improve older lenses when used on digital bodies.
Marumi hit the spot for me as they make "good quality" filters, and the prices are not unreasonable either. A few brands out there are a bit OTT price wise, on the other hand you don't really want to use the ultra cheap makers either as they can cause issues with flare and hurt image quality. Recommended from me after years of use I've been very pleased with the quality of these filters.
Upon inspection the case did not seem to reflect a high quality product but the filter itself looked to be of good quality. Optically it looks to have a good quality anti reflective coating and distortion free glass. I have used it on an expensive quality 'pro' lens and the image quality is almost entirely the same with and without the filter attached. It has already saved the front of this lens from a drenching in melted snow and road salt when a lorry hit a puddle close to where I was taking a photo. Really glad I had it on and it cleaned up easy too. I also plan to use it in wilder weather and by the sea to protect the lens. I'm satisfied I have bought the genuine article and am very pleased with the filter.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've used Marumi lens filters for some time now. I've just bought an Olympus 300mm f4 lens and I needed something to protect the front element when I'm photographing wildlife. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gemellus
Excellent protection and cuts the uv well when in high light conditions . I have also-used it in normal light as a lens protector and have no complaints about picture qualityPublished 3 months ago by Carl Hawker.
Well made. Bit pricey for what it is, but had problems cleaning Hoya HMC, always left with an oily streaky surface, which probably had no effect on the quality of the pictures,... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Do not use this filter on a FujiX100s, the lens mechanism when focusing will butt up to it causing the camera to display a ' Switch off and turn on again' error. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Anthony Taylor
I have used Marumi Lens Protect before and they have always served me well. Apart from protecting the lens, what I like most is that they have no colour to them so I don't have to... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Georgie
Does the trick, mainly bought it for protection of the lens at the coast. Have also used it in front of the lens for bird photography and flying butterflies. Read morePublished 14 months ago by P. Watling