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  • posted bylautenriv on 07/03/2014

    This filter is very easy to use because it screwed into the camera lens like any other filter other camera is involved. Its usefulness is to turn all those lights you want photographs in five pointed stars with different colors. For example, for photos of the sun, street lamps in diverse ... It a... Read more

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  • posted byAndariel666 on 12/28/2012

    The perfect filter for Christmas pictures and alike. works best if you have a lot of small and strong light sources in the picture - like candles, LED lights etc. I was surprised by the built quality for this price. The first time I tried to screw it on my lens it was a bit tricky, as the of the... Read more

    Christmas candle using the star filter

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  • posted byHamdenlange22 on 06/25/2012

    Easy to use. Quality seems okay! Creates beautyful effects, which otherwise require lot of experience using editing software. Does not seem too fragile or plastic-like. The outer ring is actually made of metal. None. Would be nice if you could somehow regulate the intensity / range of the filter... Read more

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  • posted bySWaechter on 10/22/2008

    This lens does exactly what it says it will. Looks great. The Thread is great and overall you will enjoy it's ease of use. The case it comes in doesnt close perfectly.. If you aren't careful it might fall out of the case. The product itself is awesome. Disregard the cons if you keep the lens on A... Read more

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  • posted byphenixz on 07/28/2008

    At that price (can't even understand how they can send you free world wide), you can't really make a mistake. It just do what it says ... Sometimes, I've got hard time to fix it to the camera but again, you're not going to use it so frequently and more important in hurry, so the fixing time isn't... Read more

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  • posted bykveste on 07/08/2008

    - It's a filter, thus protecting your more or even more valuable optics. - It makes nice stars from bright sources of light, but don't expect any constellations appearing on normal photography scenarios. - It's cheap, I couldn't get any sort of filter to cover the lens for that price here. - Not... Read more

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  • posted byTimelord1 on 03/09/2008

    Easy to use and the results are quite impressive a must have for those festive moments at Christmas I would Imagine... No cons although you probably won't use this piece of kit often but a must have in your camera kit... I like this little filter and I'm sure I'm gonna start looking for chances I... Read more

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  • posted byMrPromee on 01/03/2008

    Ceap price and good quality What did I need this for again? I'm hungry This filter isn't something you'll likely be grabbing for very often but it is fun to experiment with. Given the price, I don't see the point in not getting one of these if you have a lens it'll fit on, even if it is just for... Read more

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  • posted byspencer on 12/24/2007

    Nice camera effects with small lights. The effect is a little too uniform, but overall not bad. Inexpensive in comparison to others on the market. Fun and inexpensive. A good deal.

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  • posted byCarnath on 11/15/2007

    Pretty cool effect at a reasonable price. Not incredibly useful.. none Cool and pretty unusual filter.

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