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Zeikos ZE-CPL58 58mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizer Filter

by Zeikos
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58mm
  • Eliminates most reflections
  • Whiten clouds and darken your skies!
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Technical Details

Size: 58mm
  • Brand Name: Zeikos
  • Model: ZE-CPL58
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Details

Size: 58mm
  • Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 0.3 x 2.4 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001UE6N7O
  • Item model number: ZE-CPL58
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (267 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 1, 2009

Product Description

Size: 58mm

Zeikos 58mm Glass Multi Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) filter to protect your lens and decrease reflections on water and glass, as well as increasing the blue of the sky and other colors in your scene. Black metal rings.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Filters working well!
DB
Not to much you can say about it since it's just a filter, but it was well worth the money.
Barbbe
Any image turns out blurry regardless whether on auto focus or manual focus.
Tom

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Rolla Gravett on May 6, 2010
Size Name: 46mm Verified Purchase
I ordered this Zeikos ZE-CPL46 46mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizer Filter because it was so cheap and the reviews were good. The next day I ordered a much more expensive Hoya - Filter - circular polarizer - 46 mm from Amazon. Well, I have tried both filters and can't see any difference between them optically. The Hoya seems to be made a little better. The Zeikos was a little lose and not quite as tight fitting on the adjustment collar. The Hoya threads were just a tiny bit longer which made it easier to get on. I took pictures with both of them. I can't see any difference. They both look good. They both did a good job of eliminating glare and give the pictures greener greens and make the sky more blue. I like them both.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Larry in FL on October 21, 2010
Size Name: 67mm Verified Purchase
Upon arrival, I added it to my Canon SX30IS and shot a couple of wide-angles. I shot the same scene 3 times: No filter, filter in "least polarizing" position, filter in "most polarizing" position. The appearance of things w/ it polarizing was what I expected: Sky much bluer, midday foliage more vivid green, etc. Then, I blew the pics up from their 14 Megapixel scaled-down versions on the screen, up to 1:1, and compared the three. I could see no reduction in sharpness...period!

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!
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mark K on November 5, 2010
Size Name: 67mm Verified Purchase
Although this filter may be considered a "cheap" filter because it does not have superior coatings like many of the much more expensive filters, I find that it works quite well. It threads perfectly, rotates well (not too loose, not too tight), and does a nice job enhancing my photos. I can go thru 4 or 5 of these for the cost of one "quality" filter. I'd buy another one when I need to.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By RS on June 24, 2010
Size Name: 52mm Verified Purchase
I was hesitant at first, but I figure for under $8 and with fulfillment by Amazon I could take a risk. Plus, I was using a gift card that was about to expire to pay for everything anyway. The upshot is that for less than $8, the Zeikos CPL does a good enough job of cutting glare and reflections, while also giving me some optical control over color saturation. Is it a perfect CPL? No, of course not. Does it reduce image sharpness? Well, what do you think, it cost less than eight bucks--but surprisingly that reduction is fairly negligible.

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.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By James on November 9, 2010
Size Name: 58mm Verified Purchase
I am no expert and have no experience with other filters. At first I didn't think it did anything. I took several pictures of my room while moving the rotating ring around and then inspected each picture for differences. Then I noticed it. My computer screen was changing from super bright to almost completely black. I'm amazed at how much it can change one thing in the picture so dramatically while leaving everything else alone. It does an excellent job of removing almost all reflections from very highly reflective water or hard wood floor... or just about anything.

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.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Globe on February 8, 2010
Size Name: 46mm Verified Purchase
This lens has made all the difference in my photos. The colors are so vivid even on the hazy days. I rarely have to take it off my camera unless I am inside or at night but I mostly take outdoor pictures. This was a cheap investment for the most brilliant colors I can get.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By gecko16 on July 18, 2010
Size Name: 46mm Verified Purchase
The optical quality seems fine and may be ok for some cameras, but on a new Panasonic Lumix FZ35, there is noticeable vignetting at the wide-angle settings (e.g. the filter is too thick and darkens the corner of the image), and under some lighting conditions, the camera hunts focus and is unable to lock. I will be ordering the Panasonic brand, which is thinner, even though more expensive.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By dgies on August 1, 2009
Size Name: 72mm Verified Purchase
While this filter does what it's supposed to, it blurs the entire image by quite a bit. If all you're shooting is clouds and sky this might be fine, but for landscape photography it's very muddy. The screw thread is pretty smooth, and I didn't have the rotation problems the other reviewer described. This filter is also a bit thick and I noticed mild vignetting when shooting 18mm on an APS-C sensor. After spending quite a bit on a SLR it seems silly to wreck image quality with a cheapo filter.
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