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82mm Multi Coated Optical Glass MC-UV Lens Filter

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US $83.94

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Camera lens filters still have many uses in digital photography, and should be an important part of any photographer's camera bag. This UV protection lens comes to you new in the box with a high quality plastic storage container. This UV filter is the best protector for your digital camera and camcorder lens. Filter and absorb ultra violet rays to create sharper contrasts to images, film or video tape.
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  • How do I determine the correct filter size for my lens?
  • The filter size is the diameter of the threads (distance across) on the front of a lens. The size is often printed on the back side of a lens cap. Your owner's manual will list these specifications. You can also measure the diameter with a metric ruler to find the filter size.

  • I was just given some filters that are too big for my lens. Is there a way to adapt them so they will fit?
  • Yes, a step-up filter adapter ring will do exactly that. Some photographers who own lenses with different filter sizes purchase all of their filters in the size to fit the largest-diameter lens, then use step-up rings to adapt this one set of filters to all of their lenses.

  • How about using filters that are too small for my lens?
  • Step-down adapters will adapt filters to lenses having larger diameters. However, there is a chance that vignetting (dark edges) will occur because of the smaller diameter filters. It's best to use step-down rings only with normal or telephoto lenses and to only step-down one filter size to reduce the chance of vignetting.

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