CPL Polarizer Lens Filter (67mm)

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CPL Polarizer Lens Filter (67mm)
The Polarizer is the most popular special effect filter available. Polarizers can create deep blue skies, provide a general saturation to all colors, reduce glare, and minimize reflections. Screw-in Polarizers are featured with rotating mounts for precise control of polarization. The Circular Polarizer is designed for usage with both auto focus and non-auto focus cameras.




Dimensions: 2.72 in x 2.72 in x 0.39 in
Weight: 2.61 oz

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  • Good cheap polarizer lens filter

    posted by joost.erftemeijer on 03:51:55 G11T 10/11/2013 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: Good cheap polarized lens filter. Reduces reflections and enhances the blue sky. I estimate that it filters about 90% of reflections compared to the $100+ filters available.

    Cons: The box it comes in has some extra space which lets it move in there. Do not screw the polarizer on too tight, especially when using a protective or UV filter, you will not be able to remove the polarizer without the other filter coming off too. Do not apply excessive force with bare fingers to remove the polarizer, you will cut your fingers.

    Other: Great product for a very low price, good to experiment with and use for photographing landscapes/water/sky's. Just don't screw it on too tight.

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  • Cheap must have fro every low budget photographer

    posted by vevendy on 13:55:17 G5T 21/05/2013 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: Very cheap and useful stuff, not only for landscapes lovers. Works great with water reflection.

    Cons: When used with another filter, it can stick together pretty hard. You just need to push it a little, it's solid enough. There is some reddish colouring in the picture. If you ask me, it doesn't really matter that much. You can eliminate it in post processing but most of the time I actually appreciate warmer colours.

    Other: A must have for every photographer. It's just up to you, whether this cheap version is enough for you or you can afford better one.

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  • Very good polarizer for the money

    posted by 0rome on 08:10:25 G4T 06/04/2013 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: -It seems optically sound, there is no easily noticable distortions over the field of view on standard lens -It darkens overall picture by little more than one full stop. Even some more expensive brand filters can be lot darker. -contrast difference on reflections is pretty good, comparing to many cheap polarizers -there is thread on the front element, so more filters and lens cap can be used -it has pretty low profile

    Cons: -there is some play between rings and a little grinding (with some noise) when rotating front element. It does not feel it will fall off anytime soon, though, but time will tell.. -box that came with filter could be better. It's generic box, probably same for all filter sizes. It has thin foam sheet on one side and just hard plastic (with stickers) on other, and filter has a lot of playing room. It would be more convenient if box was exact size and had padding on both sides

    Other: Very cheap, good quality filter. It has some downfalls, but for this price they are negligible. If it lasts for a reasonable amount of time, there is no second thought about buying it.

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  • Great quality for a very good price

    posted by Rik0331 on 00:48:32 G2T 23/02/2013 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: The quality of this lens filter is great. For the price you buy a polarizer lens filter like this in a Dutch store, you can buy eight filters on Deal Extreme! The lens filter comes with a protective case, so it doesn't damage during transportation.

    Cons: Absolutely no cons. At first I had some difficulties removing this lens filter from my lens. The lens filter is made of two parts. When you put you fingers on both parts, the lens filter can be removed.

    Other: Even if the polarizer lens filter would work, for this price you can use it to protect your lens for little accidents, when the camera is hanging on it's strap on your neck.

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  • Absolutely worth the money!

    posted by TheRickert on 12:20:45 G1T 03/01/2013 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: Does a really good job of toning down reflections and/or highlights. Also captures the blue sky perfectly!

    Cons: None that I've come across so far.

    Other: Buy it! It won't let you down!

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  • Good polarizer

    posted by maduarte07 on 09:52:04 G12T 02/12/2011 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: Cheap circular polarizer and with a good quality. Takes away the reflections and enhances the blue sky and sea. The delivery was quick and without problems.

    Cons: Therefore it was no characteristic of this polarizer, you should be careful when handling it to prevent the same detachment of the lens, if the photographer turns it to the same side which allows detaching the product.

    Other: Good polarizing, with low price, ideal for amateur photographers. Professionals should look for a better quality polarizer.

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  • Good starter CP filter

    posted by PeterDutch on 15:23:59 G7T 15/07/2011 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: It works basically as advertised. It screws on tightly (see cons too), gives some gradient to the sky and does make blue, partially cloudy sky look quite nice.

    Cons: - It does darken your pictures quite a bit.
    - If combined with a UV-filter, it might screw on so tightly that both filters come off together when removing. It's hard to take two filters apart then.
    - If you are too careful about the previous point, it might fall off when you are turning it.

    Other: Want to practice with a CP filter and see if you want to work with one? Get this one first. Then if you really like it, move on to a more expensive, higher quality one.

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  • Good price, really works with nikkonor 18-135

    posted by darkfad on 14:31:16 G10T 07/10/2010 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: Very good price, actually works as it should. Removes reflections from surfaces, use with my Nikon D80 and 18-135 lens. Excellent removes the reflection from the glass.

    Cons: When adjusting the ring and starts to turn off the filter. For simplicity, better in one direction. Or have more drag. An Inconvenient packing fragile and filter inside was not locked.

    Other: Good price, will try to even the novice to work with polarizing filters.

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  • Get what you pay for

    posted by Compuwiz2007 on 23:01:17 G7T 23/07/2009 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: Really cheap
    Screws on nicely, and it has a smooth rotation.
    It does cut down the glare at some rotation, most of the time.
    Acts sort of as a "sunglass" for your camera, it does dim things down quite a bit.

    Cons: Really Cheap, glass quality suffers
    I am using this on a 70-300 lens, and at the low end/70mm, the images are relatively clear (i can't see any blur)...that is about where things stop...if I zoom at all, the image looses clarity. Maybe mine has a bad center part, but regardless, things get blury to the point that you can't read text.
    (Note: by stopping down somewhat, you can gain some clarity back)

    Other: Bottomline....get this if you don't plan to zoom too much, if you are going to use this on a zoom lens, you would be better off spending more for a better quality filter.
    basically if you are looking for something cheap that helps reduce SOME glare, then this is good. Otherwise, don't bother.

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  • CPL Polarizer Filter (67mm) on a 18-135 Nikkor

    posted by alexbely on 10:24:07 G5T 24/05/2009 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: Great results, not that much difference between this one and the much expencive ones... i've checked.
    1.cuts down the glare.
    2.play with it(turn in a clock direction) till you have the least amount of reflection and shoot.
    nothing complicated.
    great price, great outcome.

    Cons: the plastic box that it came with broke in delivery(probably because our local mail service) but i replaced it with my own.

    Other: Some people would say that using a polarizer for darkening in the sky in a shot to be used for journalism purposes is misleading because you aren’t representing “things” as they actually were. I’ll leave it to you to figure out of that matters to you.
    Different times of the day and different parts of the sky will react differently to the use of a polarizer.
    When using a polarizer with a very wide angle lens, the effect of the polarizer will vary (like a gradient) across the image, resulting in one corner or the center of the image, having a deep dark sky, and the rest of the image not looking the same. Just be aware of this when using a polarizer as sometimes it easy to not notice the impact of something like this until you are looking at the images after the shoot is over.

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