Polarising FilterLinear, 49,0 mm- strong colours- removes reflections, especially on glass- brings depth in your pictures- not for cameras with...... more
Polarising FilterLinear, 49,0 mm- strong colours- removes reflections, especially on glass- brings depth in your pictures- not for cameras with autofocus and/or exposure measurement by the lens- also UV filter
Advantages: Many advantages, see review. Disadvantages: None.
...The professional photographers like myself or the high end amateur photographers will probably all have used or tried using some sort of lens filter or another.
Lens filters are designed to screw on to the end of lenses (mainly DSLR) to create different effects, you get many types of filters from the simple UV like this one through to polarizer's and star filters.
This Hama UV filter is...
Advantages: cheap to buy, gives fresh, crisp water cheaper, and more effectively than us buying bottled water Disadvantages: have to keep buying new cartridges, bulky look
...I had started to realise I was spending quite a lot of money buying bottled water. We drink a lot of diluted beverages at home, Ribena, Robinsons and the occasional Vimto and I have bought a 880ml Sistema bottle to start taking drinks to work in and I found I was buying big bottles of water far too often. I used boil water in our kettle (a Morphy Richards, Brita filter kettle) but we have had it...
Advantages: Creative fun keeping kids occupied for hours - Literally Disadvantages: Small beads and large sized design - may be a little off putting to some little ones
Hama Beads are a brilliant creative outlet for kids of all ages. The beads range in size according to the age they are recommended for; for example ? the maxi beads are for three and up, the midi ones are for ages five and up, for when little fingers are more dextrous and capable of holding smaller beads (and being more aware about not placing them into different orifices...