Glass Polarizer Filter-Slim Frame-For the GoPro Hero3 Waterproof Housing
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- Glare Reduction for the GoPro Hero3
- Razor Sharp Glass Optics
- Extremely Scratch Resistant Glass
- Easily Snap-On installation
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 4 x 5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.05 pounds|
This Polarizer filter is part of the Slim Frame glass filter line for the Hero3 Waterproof housing. The filter easily snaps right onto the Hero3 Waterproof or Skeleton Housing. This filter is made out of glass for the sharpest optics possible as well as maximum scratch resistance. A polarizer filter is the most popular filter for photography and now you can use one with your GoPro Hero3 camera. A polarizer is designed to reduce glare and increase color saturation leaving you with sharp, crispy, footage. Whether shooting cinematography in the wild, or sending cliffs in the backcountry, this polarizer filter is sure to give you the best looking video possible.
Top customer reviews
My only 2 gripes: 1, its awfully expensive for essentially a piece of plastic. I understand that some r&d had to happen to get the color right but $30 is still a high amount. 2, at certain angles for some reason, the entire image would have a red haze over it but then when I pointed the gopro at the coral beds, it will go away at other angles. I do not know if this is something that I must learn to overcome or just the way it is.
Other than these two things, I am happy with this purchase.
In regards to the previous gripe #2 about not understanding where the red haze came from, I now understand why. It is because whenever the red haze appears, my gopro is pointed towards a light source (sun or brighter part of the area). The addition of the light also brings back some of the red and therefore, makes the overall image too red. I think that if I keep it in consistent light, then it will be okay.
I would recommend using it for scuba diving or snorkelling in the ocean. It's particularly useful for dives between 20 and 130 feet.
Well Made and a perfect fit - this filter goes with me everywhere and I have LESS to fix afterwards.
Polar Pro has some great products and this should be in everyone's photo bag - a really easy way to deepen the color every day.
I would make two notes of interest. One, the video had the tiniest bit of fogging on the outer edges of the video. That was from the lens cap. Also, every now and then, a small bubble would get caught in the cap, too. So I will be trying something like Cat Crap defogger or RainX in the future.
I'd buy this again. Make sure you also buy the Dive Case for your GoPro that fits this case.
Overpriced? Yes, especially considering how cheap the material is. I dropped the filter and camera from about 6 inches and the corner broke, but it is still usable and it still snaps in place.