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Hoya 62mm Pro-1 Digital UV Screw in Filter


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Hoya 62mm Pro-1 Digital UV Screw in Filter

  • Hoya 62mm Pro1 Digital UV Filter
Filter Finish:Black, Coating:Multi-coated, Filter Effects:UV, Intended for:Camera / colour film, black & white film, Carrying Case:Case

List Price: £55.00 Price: £16.01

What customers say about Hoya 62mm Pro-1 Digital UV Screw in Filter?

  1. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A worthwhile investment, 27 Jun. 2017
    By 
    Keep Smiling! (Hertfordshire UK) –

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    The days of film, which was very sensitive to UV light, may be a thing of the past for me as the sensors in my modern digital cameras are generally insensitive to UV. However, this is a clear, thin, strong filter that will protect my valuable lense from scratches and from impact damage. I’ve tried other manufacturers’ protector filters but have come back to Hoya Pro-1 every time. They are more expensive but, like so many things in life, you get what you pay for.
  2. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good quality lens filter., 19 April 2017
    By 
    @49ersClub (uk) –

    Verified Purchase(What is this?)
    Very good filter.
    I must admit that buying a filter is not by any means an easy feat. The range on websites such as Hoya are not by any means easily distinguishable.

    Would be nice if manufacturers use a table to identify the key differences between each of the types.

    Anyway, back to this Pro-1 Digital UV filter, it’s very good.

    I read some of the reviewers complaining about smears etc. on the filter. If you handle with care you’d be ok.

    To make sure it’s cleaned properly I’ve found its best to use a soft lint-free cleaning cloth. Microfibre cloth MAY be too harsh.

    The filter screws onto Canon EF 50mm f/1.2L USM Lens very easily. Unscrewing it is also very easy. Keep the protective case to hand and always put it in there if the filter were to be removed.

    The Hoya 72mm Pro-1 Digital UV Screw in Filter is very good because it has:

    Digital multi-coated filters to greatly reduce the appearance of lens flare and ghosting caused by reflections.

    black matte aluminum satin finish almite frame which is designed to reduce reflections.

    I quite like the black rimmed glass which is designed to reduce the chance of light reflecting off the edge.

    The Ultra thin filter frames help to avoid vignetting (especially for super wide angle lenses – not an image sue with Primes), the thin frame is also designed to hold a lens cap easily.

    In summary, the look and feel, the functionality, the ease of use, and the quality of the glass are all good.

  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hoya quality at a great price. No lens should be without one!, 1 Oct. 2017
    By 
    Rick

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    I’ll be honest: I trust Hoya. They’ve been around for years and I’ve never had any problems with their equipment.

    This is another example of a nice Hoya product. Simple, metal ring filter, and nice and thin to miminise the risk of vignetting. I keep a filter on the front of all my lenses and when the DSLR fell on concrete some months ago (despite being in a bag – which is another story) the filter took most of the impact, such that it smashed the glass in the filter rather than the glass in the lens. Plus it keeps dust off the optics of the actual lens.

    I believe the “Pro-1 Digital” bit is supposed to have additional coatings to minimise reflections. I’ve never compared it to ‘ordinary’ Hoya filters so I can’t say how much difference it makes. If you’re shooting straight into bright light you will inevitably get some flare, but I can’t normally tell there’s a filter on the front. And at the £10-15 price, you might as well get the Pro-1 anyway!

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