Zeikos ZE-CPL58 58mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizer Filter
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- Eliminates most reflections
- Whiten clouds and darken your skies!
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|Item Dimensions||2.38 x 0.31 x 2.38 inches|
|Item Weight||0.05 pounds|
|Photo Filter Thread Size||58 mm|
|Shipping Weight||0.1 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
This is a great value for a circular polariazer. Seems to be well made. My only complaint is that my other polarizers have a little marker/handle to let me know in what rotated position it will do its' polarizing magic (e.g., keep that spot rotated downwards for usual use); with this one, you have to just be looking through the filter as you adjust it's rotation....every time! Otherwise, it is just fine!
I like that this filter is glass. The threads are a little iffy. I had to pop it in a little in the beginning to get it threaded right.
Well worth every penny.
I'm using it on my canon t2i with the kit 18-55mm lens.
While it's not a perfect CPL, I'm perfectly happy with what I got--a very usable circular polarizing filter. And while it might reduce sharpness a little, it does not do so intrusively and the loss is far shy of what I'd expect from such a low priced filter. I'd happily use this filter for snapshots of landscapes, beach scenes, wildlife, and other types of general or vacation type uses. If you need to print something that looks professionally done, then you'll have to weigh the gain in color and reflection control over the very minor loss in sharpness. If you're not a pixel peeper, you probably won't even notice any loss of sharpness.
Bottom line: If you're not a professional shooter and are looking into trying out the fun filled world of filters, you could do far worse than investing in a Zeikos CPL.
A lot of people seem to complain about equipment adapting to the Powershot SX30 IS and Powershot SX40 HS, but I've not had any issues and this product was no different, went on easily, stayed on. Did figure out immediately that it didn't have to be fully tightened, tightening it too much makes it difficult to remove, but a little adjustment on my part resolved that.
Blue skies were deeper, foliage was brighter and more visible, whites 'popped'.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the second Zeikos CPL I've purchased and I've been very pleased with the performance for the price point. Read morePublished 2 months ago by EKB
Works a treat on a old Pentax and Mamiya lens. The thread is a little skinny, so you might want to be careful that it won't get stuck on your lens, but the polariser bit rotates... Read morePublished 4 months ago by @A_Random_Bloke
I got this for my new Nikon, 62MM and it does just what it's supposed to. A slight caution, due to the nature of the beast, take it off when shooting in low light. Read morePublished 5 months ago by MikeW