58MM Polarising Filter Circular Polarizing CPL, Ultra Slim, Japan Optics, Multi Coated
- Free Shipping. 30 Day No Reason Return. K&F Polarising Filter Circular Polarizing CPL, reduces or eliminates glare,Ultra Slim, Japan Optics, Multi Coated
- SKU: KF01.1313
- 15.99 https://www.kentfaith.co.uk/KF01.1313_58mm-circular-polarizer-glass-filter-ultra-slim-multi-coated
- * K&F Concept circular polarizer made of Japan optical glass,deepens the intensity of blue skies; reduces or eliminates glare.
- * Multi-coating reduces reflection, reduce glare and improve saturation.
- * Aluminum alloy frame, Ultra slim rim profile to avoid vignetting on wide angle lenses.
- * CPL filters are good for skies, waters, foliage. They can dramatically enhance these natural elements, giving images better appearance.
- * Please verify your camera's lens thread size first (usually marked somewhere on the lens barrel or the lens cap).This number is always preceded by a "Ø" symbol. i.e. Ø40.5 = 40.5mm lens thread size.
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Area of sky most effectively polarized with a Circular Polarizer: Point your index finger at the sun. With your thumb extended at a right angle (90°), rotate it around the axis of the index finger. It will point out the band of deepest blue from horizon to horizon.
• Ultra-thin filter frames to help avoid vignetting on super wide-angle lenses are also designed to hold a lens cap.
• These filters are equipped with a straight knurling edge for non-slip, easy attachment, and removal.
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|Price||£15.99||£49.99 £26.99||£31.99||£39.99 £22.99||£19.99 £9.99|
|Japanese AGC Glass||Japanese AGC Glass||Japanese AGC Glass|
|Nano-K series||Nano-X series||Nano-K series||Nano-K series|
|Landscape Photograhy||Landscape photography||All Scenes||All Scenes|
|Remove Glare/Enhance Color & Contrast||Eliminate stray light/ Color contrast enhancement||Protect Lens/Enhance Color & Contrast/Light Re||Protect Lens|
1) No filter. 2) K&F. 3) Hoya HD2.
Sure, it's not a great test but I can't tell any difference between all 3 of them. The Hoya was optically as good as K&F except it was very staticky that I had to return it. I didn't like it's not non-slip either. The K&F is not staticky at all and very easy to clean. When there's no reflection, it looks like there's no glass inside the ring. Kind of like magic. It's very well made.
I use it on my Zeiss 50mm f/1.5 Sonnar T* ZM. There's no play and it fits perfectly. Very happy about the purchase.
You can buy more expensive filters that fit in a holder in front of the lens , but this little filter works just fine.
I took some autum landscapes , and it made the tree foliage stand out more.also reduced the glare of water in rivers and lakes .
Side note the blue spot in the photograph is a flash reflect off my smartphone , not a fault with the filter .
So to sum up easy to remove and fix on , great results for modest money
The adjustment ring is quite stiff and hard to turn.
Check out the results in my test pictures which haven't been edited and shot on the same settings.
Does not decrease image quality that I can tell. You can feel that it is weather sealed, but I'm not testing it to see if it truly is.
Comes in a plastic case
So far, no complaints.
These images belong to K&F Concept end users.
|Filter Material||Japanese AGC Glass|
|Ring Material||Aviation aluminum alloy|
|zoom range||Landscape Photograhy|
|Resolution||Remove Glare/Enhance Color & Contrast|