40.5MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 40.5MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
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- Kit includes: Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens + Filter Pouch + MagicFiber Microfiber Lens Cleaning Cloth
- High-quality optical filters for lens protection and image enhancement.
- Includes a padded protective pouch for safe storage and travel.
- NOTE: These Altura Photo filters are compatible with all 40.5mm lenses. Please verify your camera's lens thread size before ordering. Your camera's lens thread size will be marked somewhere on the lens barrel or printed underneath your lens cap. This number is always preceded by a "Ø" (diameter) symbol. For example: Ø40.5 = 40.5mm lens thread size.
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40.5MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 40.5MM Filter Thread
The Professional Photography Filter kit by Altura Photo includes three of the most useful filters available for your camera kit. Protect your lens against scratches, remove unwanted glare and reflections, and control your exposure and depth of field in bright light. Whether you are a beginner, advanced shooter, or whether you take stills or video, these affordable and highly useful filters help improve the image quality of the pictures you take.
Altura Photo UV Filter
- The most important filter you can own. The Altura photo UV filter is a cost-effective solution for protecting your digital lens against moisture, dust, fingerprints, and accidental bumps and scratches.
Altura Photo CPL
- Circular Polarizing filters remove unwanted reflections from non-metallic surfaces such as glass or water. Take richer scenic shots and notice improved clarity in distant objects by cutting through haze and increasing color saturation. Simply rotate the front ring to adjust the desired effect.
Altura Photo ND4 Filter
- Neutral density filters are neutrally gray-toned, and designed to reduce the amount of light passing through the lens. The ND4 filter reduces your exposure by 2-stops, allowing for greater control over depth-of-field.
Protective Carry Pouch
- Compatible with all lenses featuring a 40.5mm front filter thread including:
- e.g. Nikon 1 11-27.5mm
- e.g. Nikon 1 30-110mm
- e.g. Sony E-Mount 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS
Premium MagicFiber® Microfiber Lens Cleaning Cloth included with your order.
Ultra-gentle! Extremely fine microfiber leaves zero scratches, streaks or marks. Safe for all lenses.
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I used this mainly to photoshoot during the day time to have those UV rays brush off from my angles and shoots. The contrast alone has been solid for my pics and the colors are more saturated when I would use the Polarizer. I hardly used the ND4 since I didn't do much for long exposure and if I did used it, i probably thought it was the Polarizer. I used the regular UV filter mainly as a lens protector and all it has done for me was collect dust or creating light ghosting.
- Colors are contrast
- Reflects light away most of the time
- Protects your lenses glass
- Less work on you when adjusting your exposure and other settings when needing to take a shot during broad daylight.
- Threading it on can be sometimes an issue, just do it slowly.
- At night, sometimes its not good to use the UV Filter, it will reflect light onto your pics and you would have a ghosting effect.
- Sometimes hard to spin off from the thread of your lens.
Overall this is a good performer and added bonus that it came with a ND4 filter in case you plan to do a long exposure. My images turn out correctly colored and I wouldn't have to keep adjusting my F stop to it's highest 22+ and having my ISO to 100 wasn't enough to cut light into the shot so, I think the Polarizer has helped me a lot more during broad day light shoots.
If you just need something to protect the lens, or you're not worried about perfect images, then go for it.
Digital Goja has AMAZING customer service though. I sent them a sample image where the filter killed my photo and they sent me a Tiffen filter to try out instead.
I am using these filters on a Sony Alpha A5000 and man - they're fantastic. My original intention was to get some cheap filters to put on a decent camera and maybe get my boyfriend interested in photography. I figured the UV filter would keep dust off the lens and didn't expect much from the polarizer.
Most of the time I have been using just the UV or the UV + The Polarizer.
I stack them, the UV never comes off the lens.
Both filters can be removed freely when I want to, and zero of my photos so far have shown lens flare. A few have shown double images but I'll explain that in a moment.
One thing you have to understand is that a polarizer fights your camera's autofocus. It darkens the image, and it would seem that the act of polarizing the light makes the camera think things are in focus when they are not. I've seen this on lots of fairly nice Nikon and Sony cameras (never used a Canon, I assume it'll be the same there).
When your camera autofocuses poorly, you get a double image. That's all there is to it.
You should adjust your viewfinder's diopter if you're seeing a clear image but it's fuzzy when you snap it. You should also be paying attention to your focus indicator because usually your camera knows when something is wrong with the focus.
I attached two pictures - both with UV filter and polarizer stacked. One of a seeding salsify and one of text. Both shot at F/9
The Salsify is shot at ISO 200 outside
The text is shot at ISO 1600 inside
Both clear and crisp because I didn't point and shoot - I took the time to get a good shot. Bad optics are bad - but it is the responsibility of the photographer to get good results - be that exchanging a defective filter or spending some time to figure out why your camera is struggling to capture a sharp image.
Less than fifteen bucks got me a set of filters that work as described - and make a nice addition to any camera - mirrorless or DSLR.
Otherwise, for Neutral Density Filters, I recommend the use of an adapter and square GRADUATED ND Filters so you can change exposure above or below a landscape horizon. Also, squares can be placed higher and lower (and even tilted) as the needs may be.
I have ordered multiple times from Digital Goja, and each time has been a great experience. Buy with CONFIDENCE!
Comes in a nice little padded pouch that I may use for storing other things. What can I add--these fit the lens and grip the lens cap, weren't dirty or broken, seem flat. Not sure if there is such a thing as a coated filter but these look pretty shiny. TBD whether this means reflections or flare.