UV FILTER FOR NIKON D40. SCHOOL WEB FILTER.
7pc 52mm Filter Kit - Four Macro Filters, UV, FLD and Polarizing Filters for Nikon D40 D40X D50 D60 D70 D80 and ANY 52mm Camera Lens!
Neewer filters, made from the finest solid optical glass, are ground and polished to the most practical thinness. In addition, they are heat-treated to avoid any distortion or focal shift, and each filter is subject to strict tests in order to ensure a flawless, even surface, which is essential to a quality filter and exceptional photographs.82% (18)
Fits 52mm lenses
*Ideal for protecting your valuable lens from scratches and dust
*UV filter absorbs ultraviolet rays to produce crisp, clear photographs
*Circular Polarizing filter eliminates reflections from non-metallic surfaces, and increases contrast and color saturation
*FLD filter helps balance light in outdoor situations or where fluorescent lights are used
52mm 4-Piece Macro Filter Kit +1+2+4+10
The 52mm Macro Filter Kit includes four close-up diopters at +1, +2, +4 and +10 magnification, and a durable carrying case. These filters simply screw onto the front of any 52mm lens and will maintain resolution and picture clarity while magnifying image size.
These macro filters are ideal for photographing small items and focusing in on details of coins, flowers, jewelry and insects, as well as industrial photos of miniaturized components, medical and dental laboratory work and other scientific photography.
All filters are double-threaded, allowing you to combine them or use them along with other filters.
UV - Polarizing Filter Comparison
Made this 1 day short of 4 months ago, must have forgotten to upload. I just bought a cheap UV filter (more so for protection) and a CPL (Polarising) filter was offered for like a dollar more, so I got it. I thought it would be interesting to see whether it actually changed the images much or just darkened them; but as you can see it changes the highlights around. I rarely use it as such things can be achieved with photoshop but looking back on this I think I might start bringing it out more.Very Berry
To get pictures that I actually saw with the D40, I'd have to bump the contrast and saturation just the slightest bit (+10 to +15) ... I blame the cheap UV filter I have on the end of the lens. However, for this picture, the only way to bring out any detail in the berries is to push the saturation in the opposite direction... -25 to -30 or so, but then the rest of the background bokeh gets too faded. So here it sits at 0 saturation adjustment. Those are some bright ass berries!
Polaroid filters continue the brand's long legacy of superior optical solutions. All our filters are carefully formulated to ensure consistent color and accuracy throughout the entire surface of the glass. Why? Consistent color means consistent high quality results. We know that a poorly made filter makes a great lens and camera worthless, that's why the our frame rings are constructed of special alloys that won't expand or contract over time or due to temperature extremes-it's also why we back our filters with an 10 year warranty-because we engineer them to last.Similar posts:
Like all Polaroid optics, Polaroid filters are precision manufactured to the most demanding of tolerances. This ensures consistent high quality results even after years of use.
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