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Excellent

AdvantagesFilters out UV haze, Protects your lens front element.

DisadvantagesNone

...the most vulnerable part of your lens, "the front element" as they can be left permenantly attached to your lens, so if you scratch or break the front of your lens, it is the filter that you damage, not your lens, and it is far cheaper to replace a filter, than it is to replace a lens that can cost hundreds or even thousands of pounds. All Hoya UV filters replicate your lens screw mount on the outside...

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Excellent

AdvantagesHigh quality, UV filter for your eyes, improves image quality and reduces hazing.

DisadvantagesNone

.... The lens filter kit we have here is designed for a 67mm lens, and when you buy a new lens you will be looking for this dimension as you should really be looking for a lens cap that is suitable, if one isn?t already supplied with the lens. The lens filter kits are another added bonus to the semi-professional or professional setup. The lens filter kit we have here is a UV390 ?O-Haze? filter. I suppose...

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Super

AdvantagesQuality, Speed/Versatile, Results, Brand, Packaging, Easy to Use

DisadvantagesPrice, Delicate, Specific, No Stacking

...a variable filter means I can adjust it to minimal and maximum to suit the environment I'm shooting in, saving time from switching filters (even needing more) and fiddling with camera settings. The brand is one I've stuck with since I purchased my favourite zoom lens - as it came pre-equipped with a Hoya UV and online forums abound speak of the best two manufacturers being this and B+W. The packaging is...

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