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Camera Lens Filters

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"A necessary addition for almost every lens" - by Londoner (London UK)
In addition to its intended function, to remove the effects of atmospheric haze from interfering with your photography and adding an overall blue cast to the image, this will act as protection for the front element which is otherwise exposed.

If raining, it will prevent ingress of water as few lenses are now weatherproofed and if windy, it will prevent any grit from damaging the lens and affecting its performance. Replacing a damaged UV filter is considerably less expensive than replacing a damaged lens no matter what the lens and its price.

Basically, worth its weight in gold.

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"Fantastic camera set." - by Amazon Customer
Ordered this kit for my daughters camera. It comes very well packed and does what it says . All the parts seem to be of good quality. She has used them quite a lot and so far they have been great and have given her some excellent results with her camera.

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"It makes good value for my money." - by Dickymint
A nice set of filters and close up lenses, that are supplied in three well made net pouches. One with all the magnifying lens in, the second with the Neutral Density ones and the last with the UV, CPL, FLD and a spare lens cap. A flexible rubber hood and a plastic wide angle hood make up the rest of the kit, along with a lens cloth and a lens cap retainer.

I bought these to use with a 24-120mm zoom lens, and the do not disappoint. For me the only downside is that the wide angle hood is significantly obvious around the edges. Fortunately the lens does have its own, which is about 12mm wider in diameter. Even without the two lens hoods it still makes good value for my money.

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"They look good so far, but then I'm a novice with them" - by Aren (Scotland)
Good set of filters, though I'm a novice and it's my first time experimenting with filters. I'd say it's a good starter kit. The cases supplied are huge and don't fit in my camera case. I guess that's for protection, I'll have to look into a smaller case for them.

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"These are not 4x4" - by Tommy
These are good quality filters hence the 4 stars only i was disappointed that they do not fit a standard 4x4 filter tray for a matte box which is a nuisance for me as i do mostly video work and am always swapping lenses maybe 2 or 3 times filming each scene. I have a fotga d3000 matte box and they are too small for it.

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"Screws perfect on lens." - by Charlie
Nice quality storage bags. Each filter individually packed within storage bags and screw on perfectly onto lens. Full colour filters and graduated filters ranging from red, green, purple, orange, blue to grey. Haven't used them yet for actual shoot.

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"A decent enough filter" - by Jim Bowen (Hampstead London)
There are two schools of thought about UV filters. One is that you're spending a considerable amount of money on a lens and camera, so why are you putting a cheaper third party piece of glass in front of it? Isn't that by definition going to reduce the quality of your lens? Against that there's the argument that it protects the front (most exposed) piece of glass, and can reduce the amount of UV light hitting the sensor (which the first group argues isn't a problem, because the sensors are designed to deal with these days).

There are merits in both arguments. If you were to try and navigate a path between these opposing views, you'd buy the best UV filter you could for your money (which usually means going expensive).

The Hoya filters are comparatively expensive but, to my eye at least, have little impact on focusing time and reduced image ... full review

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"Amazing" - by Emidio
Being a victim of scam before, I was a bit sceptical at first, before buying this item. I was surprised by the good quality of the lens. First I tried it on my Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, and got disappointed with a circular image with dark corners. I thought I had been scammed again. Moved the clip around the phone's cam and used all lens, but all I could see on my phone's screen was that circular image and dark corners, like a vignette picture. Suddenly I remembered to remove my phone's case, and BINGO. I then had a normal full screen image. Went to my garden to try a couple of lens on my flowers, and I was amazed, how such little lens work miracles on my pictures. Love the little case that accommodates all the lens and clip. It's easy to carry with us too. Overall I'm very ... full review

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"... using them on deferent occasions I find them really good I'm quiet pleased with them" - by Joseph cockerAmazon Customer (Blackburn lancs )
After reading some of the revues I was a bit dubeus " but after using them on deferent occasions I find them really good I'm quiet pleased with them.😎

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"Very good quality." - by Paul V.
As I'd expect from cokin the filter is very well made. I've used it much more than I thought I would and love the dramatic effect.

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"This is a good selection of basic filters that will introduce an amateur ..." - by Carlos Queiroz
This is a good selection of basic filters that will introduce an amateur photographer to the use of different technics of collecting images.
The optical quality of this filters is quite acceptable for the price paid, and the end result achieved by me and my images will be negligible if i paid the price expected for the same filters provided by a top brand.
I am happy.
Good service, rapid delivery and well packed.
Thank you.

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"This is so good it looked special when I took it out of ..." - by Allan Hissey
This is so good it looked special when I took it out of the case. I am now thinking of replacing my UV filters on my other lenses for this in different sizes

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"Surprisingly good quality for a small amount of money" - by Stuart H (Chippenham, Wiltshire United Kingdom)
Surprisingly good quality for a small amount of money. I needed a new lens hood and some grad filters and took a chance with this kit and have been very pleased with what has been used so far.

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"Fine starter set." - by G. buchan (uk)
Good starter kit for the price and all items screw on to the 18-55 kit lens that came with my D3200 easily, filters work good also. My only problem was that you see edges of the petal hood when taking photos. I will now be buying the proper manufacturer hoods for my lenses in the future.

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"Quality, solid. Good buy." - by UK Amazon Customer (Hounslow)
I have a few Hama filters, they have all been well built and do what they are designed for.

This one is no exception. well designed so that it fits perfectly over the front of the lens, it offers good optically performance and protection against accidental damage. in fact, i think i got this to replace a damaged filter or this was the one i damaged, one or the other.

but my lens that was attached at the time is still working, as was my camera. the filter was broken to bits, but it did it's job well!

well worth the sacrifice, sorry price.

Recommended for it's build and good value.