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77mm lens filter Customers Reviews

  • CPL 77mm

    posted by soehua

    The price is a big pro and also the ease of use. It screws on easily and simple to remove. The colour results of the photos I have taken with this filter are very good. Works well when you take photos under harsh sunlight. And the filter protects the lens as well.
    Very good for the price. Important to know: this is not a thin filter, so it could cause some vignetting on the edges of your photos. Other than that, it does its work well and it protects your expensive lenses.
  • Very good for the price and function

    posted by EltonB

    This are very very cheap filters. No affection to the image, and it fits my canon lens (expensive). It protects the lents in many cases. Good quality build. Fills like the original filters. It comes with a case, which can be heedful for transportin the filter.
    no other thoughts. But i needed this filter just to protect the lenses. When is mounted it adds some more flares to the image when pointed to the light. It can be useful some times, if not you can just take it out.
    It is worth to protect the lens, from scratching or damaging the original glass.
  • Decent Quality lens for its price.

    posted by RobotX20

    The diopter lens build is very solid. Look very professional.The screw of the diopter lens fit perfectly on a 77 mm lens thread without any issue.Note that this lens does not have additional thread in front of it, I believe this is due to the design of the frame that doesn’t fully secure the bulging lens.The glass itself is a true + 10 diopter close - up lens. So yeah it’s not plastic.Most lens that are capable of +10 diopter at 77mm are typically very expensive (90$+), so the price of this lens is a Big PLUS.
    For the price, get it. This is the sampe price of Canon 77mm Lens Cap.It’s hard to find 77mm +10 Diopter lens, let alone finding this kind of price anywhere else for a +10 Diopter lens. Well maybe if you go to China and dig deep. But why go through the trouble? That is why we got Deal Extreme.This lens is especially useful if you are just using it for learning Macro or just for fun.Although I wouldn’t recommend this lens for professional use, but once you know its limitation, this lens can be a neat little add-on on your camera bag. In fact its limited focus area can be used as an effect on your photograph. It all depends on what the photographer wants from the image taken.Just like any other Macro photography, be prepared to learn to hold your camera steady ;) +10 Diopter gets you really up close and personal with your subject :)I’ve upload a sample image for people who are wary of the quality of the lens. Like I said before it’s not a Great lens, but it does give decent result.One final note, the pouch that came with it seems to do a decent job of protecting the lens.
  • Fitting Problems on D80

    posted by samuraijack

    Seams to be of good build quality, its cheap and Useful.
    I took a rasp and a angle grinder and removed the metal (about 1mm) around the second ring. Now it fits perfectly. (With a angle grinder about 10minutes of work)
    With a little bit of work you get a perfect fit, cheap Reversal Filter Adapter Ring.
  • Nice lens

    posted by Quistnix1

    Nice lens, good quality. Comes in a protective bag. Looks and feels OK (not the cheap plastic stuff)
    An easy way to get more out of your lens, just as long as you crop your photos and keep the subject in and near the center of your lens. You have to learn how to operate a camera with an extra lens added to the system, because it behaves very different.
    An inexpensive way to start with macro photography. Don't forget to shine enough light on your subject.


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