Hoya 52mm DUTO Filter

BH #HOD52Q • MFR #B-52DUTO-GB
Hoya
Hoya 52mm DUTO Filter
Key Features
  • Produces Sharp Center with Diffuse Edges
  • Fine Concentric Lines Etched on Surface
  • Optical Glass
  • 52mm Front Filter Threads
Designed to produce a uniquely diffuse look, the 52mm DUTO Filter from Hoya employs fine concentric lines that have been etched onto the filter surface to generate a distinctly soft image quality. These concentric lines produce an effect where the center of the image remains sharp while the image becomes gradually softer and more diffuse towards the edges. The filter is constructed from optical glass and is mounted within a durable, lightweight aluminum ring that has a hard anodized finish to guard against wear.
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Hoya B-52DUTO-GB Overview

Designed to produce a uniquely diffuse look, the 52mm DUTO Filter from Hoya employs fine concentric lines that have been etched onto the filter surface to generate a distinctly soft image quality. These concentric lines produce an effect where the center of the image remains sharp while the image becomes gradually softer and more diffuse towards the edges. The filter is constructed from optical glass and is mounted within a durable, lightweight aluminum ring that has a hard anodized finish to guard against wear.

Fine concentric lines etched on filter surface help to create a soft-focus effect while allowing the center of the frame to remain sharp.
Aluminum filter ring is both lightweight and durable and features a hard anodized finish to guard against scratching and wear.
UPC: 024066009319

Hoya B-52DUTO-GB Specs

TypeDiffusion
Circular Size52 mm
Front Accessory Thread / Bayonet52 mm
Filter MaterialGlass
CoatingsNone
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.5 x 2.8 x 0.5"
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