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Nikon 67mm Screw-on Neutral Color Filter

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  • Clear optical glass; used as a lens protector.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.3 x 2.8 x 0.7 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0000BVDG8
  • Item model number: FTA13101
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

For most auto-focus and auto-exposure SLR cameras Fits most lenses with 67mm diameter filter threads Protects lens from bumps, scratches and dust Multi-coated protective filter reduces glare for outdoor shooting Protective filter case included

Customer Reviews

It is made of quality materials and does the job.
C Bear
I've been unimpressed with most of the other NC filters, with more flare than I like and a thicker bezel that sometimes causes a little vignetting.
Peter Henry
My lenses are not as expensive as the professional ones are, but they are not cheap either.
O. Awad

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By V. Nguyen on September 26, 2009
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I have not found any color distortions to my images so far on a Nikon D90. I think it's more of a lens protector than a filter since it doesn't do UV filtering. But, I bought it because I wanted it do just that - to protect my original lenses from scratches and dust. The ring is thin, so it hugs close to the original lens and doesn't affect the field of view. Or at least I didn't notice it. The ring is metal and sturdy, too.

There is one thing I do wonder about. Since the ring is some type of metal and the filter is glass, does it induce static? I use a lens brush, and several times I noticed that after brushing the filter and blowing at the same time, I still see a few tiny dust particles that won't get off the filter. But after I stop brushing, wait a few seconds, and then blow again, the particles finally lift off and go away. Would be nice if they made these filters static-resistent, too.

Quality wise, this thing gets 5 stars. But only because of the price, I'm giving it 4. I do wish the price was cheaper. But then again, perhaps you get what you pay for. Still, I wish it was cheaper:)
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By B. Bitanga on February 11, 2008
This will definitely provide protection for your expensive and not so expensive lenses. My only complaint is the price - it is too expensive compared to Hoya or other makers. The other filters provide the same protection anyway.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By CoolWing on November 23, 2011
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I am a Nikon fanactic and think they make some of the best products in the world, so when I bought a new dslr and lens, I just figured I'd put a great filter on it, instead of a cheap one. I think the glass and coating on this filter are top notch. I can't tell any degradation of photos and can't even tell it's on. I notice no flare either. However, the construction of the frame is subpar for the quality of the glass. When I first got it out of the case, I heard a small "clink" and when cleaning it later, I found out why. The glass is held in by basically a snap ring. If you don't know what this is, look it up on Wiki. I used to work a a pro photo lab, and even the cheap filters we sold there were held in by a ring that screwed into the frame. If the glass was loose, just tighten the ring... easy fix. The glass in my filter sometimes rotates on cleaning and is so loose, it will clink if moved back and forth. I think I can easily fix this with a little epoxy, but man, should a $40 filter be this cheaply made? I also have purchased two 77mm ones costing more, and they are constructed exactly the same. I also have several Hoyas and a B+W. The Hoyas seem constructed better, but I'm not sold on the optics yet. The B+W is actually an ND filter ($100) and is of superior build.

You get what you pay for... kinda. Great glass, suspect construction. (Oh, I can't see this filter holding up for years to come after cleanings).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By point & shoot on May 14, 2010
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and Nikon is one of them. If you own Nikon lenses I suggest you get this if not B + W or other quality name brands. With the Nikon NC filter, I see no yellow tint as opposed to my HOYA filter.
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I have been using standard UV filters for protection for my lens for some time, and it was time to replace my old filter. After reading many reviews online I decided to try this filter. I do car show photography and shot a show yesterday with the new filter. I am VERY happy with the results! The colors are more true, and the images are sharp. You also can not go wrong with Nikon quality (glass and construction). Spend the little extra and get this filter. You will be very happy with your results!
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By Pat on February 19, 2014
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For my Nikon lenses I only trust Nikon protection filters, They do a great job and do not distort your images.
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By AJ on January 4, 2014
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I have been using these filters form nikon on several lenses now. I cannot tell the difference between a picture with and without is, simply amazing.
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I've been unimpressed with most of the other NC filters, with more flare than I like and a thicker bezel that sometimes causes a little vignetting. I use the Nikon filters on all my lenses when I am outside or likely to get muck on them. They have virtually no optical degradation, and are mechanically excellent. I have found that the Nikon filters seem to be a little less likely to get stuck on the lens. If they do, wrap a rubber band around the filter to provide a better grip for turning.
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