B&H # EXWBF277 MFR # EXPOD2-77
"LOVE IT...Love it!...White balance made easy!...I've found it somewhat easy to use I would have liked for it to have been a universal filter that would easily fit over any size lens."See more
B&H # BWUVMC77 MFR # 66-070252
"B+W Fan...Love it...Easy buy from b and h....the lens are really good, but you need a good filter to get the best of your lens... guys I really recommend these filter... I am a wedding photographer and is amazing the quality that I get with these filters."See more
B&H # TIVND77 MFR # 77VND
Simply mount the filter on your lens, set it to "Min" density then frame and focus. Care must be taken with focusing at heavier densities to make sure focus is accurate. However, if it isn't, switch to manual focus and rotate to the desired degree of filtration.
For example, if your standard exposure without the filter is 1/500 @ f/8 and you then set the filter to "Min", you change the shutter speed to 1/125 at the same aperture - thereby losing 2 stops of speed while gaining a hint of "blur" in the image. If that's not enough filtration, continue rotating the filter until you reach the shutter speed you desire. Using the above example, you can even get down to 1/2 second @ f/8 (8 stops). It should be noted that the calibration marks on the filter ring are to be used only for reference and should not be regarded as accurate settings for specific densities.
A Neutral Density filter is used to create some unusual special effects such as capturing the "blur" of the rippling water of a waterfall or the swirling effect of city traffic. Since it allows the use of slower shutter speeds in bright light, it becomes possible to create these special effects that would normally not be possible to capture without the filter. And, since it can also help to control your depth of field, it permits you to shoot at wider apertures. Ultimately, its value is in helping to prevent bright, overly washed out images shot in bright light.
The ColorCore process allows Tiffen to control the color and density of their filters, and the characteristics of special effects filters with much greater accuracy than typical dyed-in-the-mass filters, which usually exhibit color and density variations. In this way, Tiffen can better control the various densities of their filters and thereby create more exact degrees of filtration.
"OH WOW...love it...Easy, great price, nice results...By using this product with my Rokinon DS line of lens I got to say the filter work great l, just don't close it to the maximum or you will get a little be of vignette, the The color chiefs as minimum, lastly I like the fact that I don't have to be changing filter I mount this variable version and just have to use it like if is my aperture ring."See more
B&H # TIUVP58 MFR # 58UVP
"Worth It...Love it....Simple to use....Some people disagree on using UV filters as a cheap insurance policy, but I fall into the camp of being in favor as long as it doesn't affect image quality."See more
B&H # EXULFK MFR # ROGUEGELS-U
Each gel has the LEE name, the gel's measured f/stop loss value, and (when appropriate) the corresponding Kelvin color temperature correction and camera white balance icon, all printed directly onto the gel. Stated f/stop loss values are measured using a Sekonic light meter in a controlled test. These values compare the metered exposure of the bare flash with the metered exposure using the Rogue Gels placed over the flash head.
"Love it...The Best...Easy to use, inexpensive, and effective....I would never consider other flash filter systems that need tape to attach them to a $ speedlight.Overall, these are excellent quality filters and well worth the extra cost for the convenience and overall quality that you get."See more
"Love it...On time...Very easy to clean....It is housed in a super thin ring so vignetting is a non-issue, it has no noticeable effect on exposure / f-stop, and interestingly the first time I mounted it on the camera I accidentally dropped it on a hard case and not a speck of dirt or dust, leave alone a scratch !!"See more
B&H # TIUVP52 MFR # 52UVP
"good buy...Good one...Simple, inexpensive lens protection...I've honestly only used the filter one day, but I took a lot of pictures with the filter on and off, and looking at them on my computer, I can't really tell a difference."See more
B&H # BWUVMC58 MFR # 66-070222
"Love it!...The best...Easy to clean and protects your gear....Having spent $400 on the Canon mid level nifty fifty, I thought spending a fewextra dollars on the B & W 58mm MRC uv filter would be a good idea given theoverwhelmingly positive reviews I have seen on @and B & H. I'm glad I did!This filter oozes quality from the hefty feel to the silky smooth brass threads thatscrew on effortlessly!"See more
B&H # HOUVMC77 MFR # A77UVC
"I like...Enjoy !...Clean and simple...i just bought a new lens that uses a 77mm filter and this is where I was able to find it...it is doing a good job and I am NJoying both filter and lens."See more
B&H # TIUVP77 MFR # 77UVP
"Not bad....So good....easy to use, great protection, does the job...Use the filter for protection against my lens when I am hiking so I don't have to take my lens cap on and off every time I want to take a shot."See more
B&H # HOUVMC58 MFR # A58UVC
"It Works...Love it!...Easy to attach and pretty....Like many people, I use my haze filter both as an outdoor filter in bright sunlight and as a general protector for my lens."See more
B&H # HOUVMC52 MFR # A52UVC
Multicoated to minimize reflection at the filter surfaces which reduces flare and ghosting.
"Not bad...Love it...Simple and affordable...Though I am not yet at a place where I fully understand when I NEED to use this, I am very happy with the results when I decide to use it... If nothing else, this filter is a cheap method to protect the lens when I have the camera mounted outside the car for video capture."See more
The front ring rotates with the polarization visible in the viewfinder or on your LCD screen. When shooting on a bright day, this means you can control the "blueness" of the sky as well as having control of how distinct you want the cloud formations. For the outdoor shooter, this filter is a must since it is the only way to make a blue sky bluer. In addition, when shooting into water or glass, you can minimize or eliminate the reflections often associated with landscape or scenic photography. Therefore, if you're shooting a store window or inside a museum into a showcase, glass obstructions will no longer be a problem. A polarizer tends to have its maximum effect when used at right angle to the sun. A polarizing filter, along with a UV filter should be a part of everyone's gear.
"no glare...Nice CPL...Picture editing was easier....I cannot comment in terms that might be of better use to a professional but if you know what a circular polarizer is and want a dependable one from a superior optics company, I certainly do recommend this one."See more
B&H # BWUVMC67 MFR # 66-070236
"V good...love it...Much easier to clean than Hoya HD2 filters....I found most of them are using a cheap UV filter with the L lens... If you paid such amount of money to buy L series lens, please, invest more to buy a good UV filter or use the lens without filter."See more
B&H # TIUVP72 MFR # 72UVP
"Love it...Not Bad!...Quick and easy protection...After making a serious test , I am surprise by the quality of this Tiffen Filter, is see an improvment in the contrast and the sharpness is as good as same the picture taken without a filter, I haven't been abble to see the result in landscape in early morning in the cold yet., up to now I would recommand this Tiffen filter, even to a professional photographer."See more
B&H # TIUVP67 MFR # 67UVP
"Love it...good buy...Cheap, simple, for protection only....I use that lens as my basic walking around lens, and having a filter on it as a protective measure just makes sense."See more
B&H # BWCXSP77 MFR # 66-1066111
"Great !...Good Buy...Construction is superb, clear and easy to clean....I use B+W filters on all my lenses, I am a canon user and have all L-series lenses I wouldn't put another filter on the front of my glass other than B+W"See more
B&H # BWUVXSP67 MFR # 66-1066123
"The best...i love it...easy to clean, durable, and looks gorgeous....It is a very thin filter which is great if you have a wide angle lens with the 67mm filter thread, or want to stack another filter on top of it."See more
B&H # NICPDI52 MFR # 2474
This is a drop-in circular polarizing filter for the following Nikon lenses: AF-S 300/2.8D, AF-S 500/4D, AF-S 600/4D, AF-S 200-400/4G and the ED 400/2.8S (Nikon Cat#1499). This filter is externally rotatable.
Circular polarizers are specifically designed for use with auto-focus SLR cameras (They will also work on manual systems without problems).
"very good...High quality...Easy to use and well built....I know it was expensive but I cannot say how much I love this filter, super easy to use with perfect results."See more
B&H # DAULF502 MFR # ULF50-2
"It Works...Love It!!!...Easy to use, Chesapeake solar filter....A metal-and-glass filter may have provided some advantages and maybe a cleaner shot, but since I only needed these filters for the eclipse, I did not want to spend my funds on a more permanent filter, which I would get if solar photography was my thing."See more