Bower 5 Piece Filter Kit for GoPro HERO3+

Bower 5 Piece Filter Kit for GoPro HERO3+

Bower 5 Piece Filter Kit for GoPro HERO3+

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Product Highlights

  • 52mm Filter Adapter for Naked HERO3+
  • 52mm Filter Adapter for HERO3+ Housing
  • UV Filter
  • Circular Polarizing Filter
  • Filter Case Included
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The Bower 5 Piece Filter Kit features two filter adapters and two filters for your GoPro HERO3+ camera. One of the filter adapters attaches to the camera's housing, while the other attaches to the camera directly. Both adapters provide 52mm threading, allowing you to use any 52mm filter, such as the included UV or circular polarizing filters. A case is included to keep the filters together and protected.

The UV filter is used to protect the camera's lens while helping to minimize the effects of UV light and reducing the amount of blue haze you may encounter while shooting outside. The circular polarizer helps eliminate reflections and glare as well as provide more saturated skies and foliage.

UPC: 636980670690
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Bower 5 Piece Filter Kit for GoPro HERO3+
  • Filter Adapter for GoPro HERO3+
  • Filter Adapter for GoPro HERO3+ Housing
  • 52mm UV Filter
  • 52mm Circular Polarizer
  • Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.6 x 3.1 x 2.3"
    5 Piece Filter Kit for GoPro HERO3+ is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great addition to my GoPro accessories! I am using this for time-lapse video photography, so I wanted the ability to add a circular polarizer to my GoPro. The adapter attaches with set screws and includes the appropriate tool (Allen wrench) to tighten the set screws. This has worked out really well for what I am doing. The main drawback is that if you take wide-angle shots, the filters interfere with your picture and it looks like you are shooting through a tube, so unless you want that effect, you will have to shoot medium.
    Date published: 2016-07-29
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