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  • posted bykatie2348 on 12/23/2013

    This UV Filter is a perfect filter for people who want to protect their lens from dust particles and finger oils on the front element of the lens. The filter screws on perfectly and is a tight fit. The filter has no colour and is perfectly clear, meaning that their will be no colour on your photo. For ... Read more

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  • posted bykingbean on 09/30/2013

    Bezel is metal, glass may or may not have UV protection, I cannot tell. Does not stop down the light. Overall feel is good and looks like other expensive filters. Using this kind of filter might give you a glare at certain situations, so be careful to check your photos during photo-shoot. Finding at ... Read more

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  • posted byRik0331 on 04/18/2013

    Of course the low price is always the best pro. The cheapest 52mm UV lens filter in Dutch stores is 25 euros (about 32 US dollars). This Premium UV camera lens filter protects your camera against harmful Ultra Violet light. It also protects your camera lens againt dust, dirt and scratches from accidental ... Read more

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  • posted byFerBenitez on 03/28/2013

    If you bought a camera, simultaneously you have to buy a protector for the lens, avoid scratches, dust and other things that might affect it. Product quality is good and does not affect the image at all, indispensalbe to buy, and the price is excellent. None against far. Missing a small cleaning cloth.... Read more

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  • posted byFlavioSurf on 08/30/2012

    ---------------------------It was really cheap, you could buy these in photography stores for around 15$ so price was good. It protects your actual lens from scratches or oil smudges basically anything!!!!!!! --------------------------None really. Just the metal seems a bit cheap and I would hate for ... Read more

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  • posted bySheldonleecooper on 03/03/2012

    It was really cheap, you could buy these in photography stores for around 15$ so price was good. It protects your actual lens from scratches or oil smudges basically anything. None really. Just the metal seems a bit cheap and I would hate for it to somehow break my lens but hasn't yet. I just bought ... Read more

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