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PLR Optics 58MM High Resolution 3-piece Filter Set (UV, Fluorescent, Polarizer) For The Canon Digital EOS Rebel SL1 (100D), T5i (700D), T5 (1200D), T4i (650D), T3 (1100D), T3i (600D), T1i (500D), T2i (550D), XSI (450D), XS (1000D), XTI (400D), XT (350D), 1D C, 70D, 60D, 60Da, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D, 10D, 5D, 1D X, 1D, 5D Mark 2, 5D Mark 3, 7D, 7D Mark 2, 6D Digital SLR Cameras Which Has Any Of These (18-55mm, 75-300mm, 50mm 1.4 , 55-200) Canon Lenses
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- This Filter Kit Includes 3 Filters:
- UV Protective Filter: Prevents loss of sharpness and contrast by filtering out UV rays and Haze. Protects Lens from scratches, scuffs and smudges
- CPL Circular Polarizer Filter: Uses Polarizing techonolgy to give you total "on location" control of color saturation, make skies bluer, grass greener-even eliminate surface reflections from glass and water - all with picture perfect results
- FLD Fluorescent Filter: Eliminates that annoying greenish "tinge" which fluorescent lights add to photos
- Includes Nylon Filter Case
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|Color||3 Piece Filter Kit (UV,CPL,FLD)|
|Package Height||1.5 x 3.5 x 7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.2 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I took a couple of before and after shots, and as far as filters go, I can't really see the difference. But I'm going to continue to keep the UV filter on any way, just in case. If nothing else, it's a very cheap insurance policy to protect your lens.
It also comes with a handy carrying case and cleaning cloth. For under $10, it can't be beat. I highly recommend it. My camera is a Canon T3i and the filter screws on perfectly. The protective cap still fits over it too, so I don't have to take off the filter to store it in my camera bag.
The CPL delivers a very decent polarization. It did a great job removing reflections off a river, it gave my pictures beautiful sky blue tones.
NOTE: the second picture i attached is shaky because i took it quickly without a tripod and the place was dark, it was just for testing, so it has nothing to do with the CPL, but you can see how it managed to get the leaves in the bottom of the stream, and in the third picture you can see the tone of the blue sky with the CPL.
I used a Sony DSC HX-300.
Bottom line is: Do buy the CPL and don't think twice, and it's up to you if you wanna buy the UV to protect your lens physically (nothing more), and it's up to you if you want the neon filter.
- A UV filter was used to block UV radiation from hitting the film. If you own a DSLR, then you don't really need this filter to protect the image quality because most sensors have built-in UV protection. But since it causes almost no change to the image, the UV filter is a great filter to use to protect your lens from dust and scratches - I keep it in front of my lens at all times.
- A Fluorescent filter is sometimes used when shooting film - the filter color corrects for the green shift caused by fluorescent light. If you have a digital camera, they usually have an automatic white balance, making this filter unnecessary.
- A polarizing filter is very useful for minimizing reflection and glare, such as when shooting through glass or water. It can also be used in landscape shots to darken the sky and create the effect of more contrast with the clouds.
So before purchasing, you must decide if these filters will be useful to you - the answer depends on what type of camera you have and what you plan on photographing. But if the answer is "Yes", then I recommend these filters because they are high quality, durable, and work as advertised - all at a relatively low cost.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great I have no issues with it. You can adjust the intensity of the filters by twisting themPublished 9 months ago by Adam C
Only complaint is: Two day shipping took four days. Great item. Good price.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
FAST shipping. Haven't been out to take some pictures with them, but I expect good results.Published 12 months ago by David B. Farison
It states it supports 77MM camera lenses, but it didn't fit the stock lens on my 6D.Published 16 months ago by Stephen Fluin