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Olympus 58mm PRF-D58 PRO Protection Filter

BH #OLPRF58PRO • MFR #260296
Olympus 58mm PRF-D58 PRO Protection Filter
Key Features
  • Clear Filter for Protection
  • Multi-Coated Optical Glass
  • Aluminum Filter Ring
The Olympus 58mm PRF-D58 PRO Protection Filter is a simple, clear filter designed for general protection for your lens. This optically clear filter does not affect the overall image quality while helping reduce dust, scratches, moisture, and other elements from damaging your lens.
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Olympus PRO Clear Protective Filter Overview

The Olympus 58mm PRF-D58 PRO Protection Filter is a simple, clear filter designed for general protection for your lens. This optically clear filter does not affect the overall image quality while helping reduce dust, scratches, moisture, and other elements from damaging your lens.

It is constructed from multi-coated optical glass for optimized light transmission and optical quality, and it features an aluminum filter ring for durability and rigidity.

Clear filter offers general protection for your lens against the elements.
Multi-coated optical glass construction ensures consistent light transmission and helps prevent lens flare and ghosting.
Black aluminum filter ring provides rigidity and durability.
UPC: 050332175235

Olympus PRO Clear Protective Filter Specs

Filter TypeClear
Filter Factor1x (0-Stop)
Circular Size58 mm Filter Thread
Front Accessory Thread / Bayonet58 mm
CoatingsMulti-Coating
Physical FeaturesStandard
Filter MaterialGlass
Ring MaterialAluminum
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3 x 2.9 x 0.7"
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We have an Olympus 35 MM 3.5 Digital Lens. Does the 52 MM clear filter have a thread to fit the 52MM tread on the lens?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes this filter has a 52mm thread in front and in the back.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-28

How do you mount this filter to the TG6 ?

How do you mount this filter to the TG6 ?
Asked by: John
As per Olympus, the CLA-T01, B&H # OLCLAT01 is needed in this case. https://bhpho.to/380pXa2
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-01-14

question

Can a threaded circular polarizing filter be mounted on top of this clear protective filter? If yes, what size threads of the polarizing filter will fit the inside threads of this protective filter? Would it be advisable not to layer or stack these two filters? Is it best to mount only the polarizing filter when I want that effect and then when not using the polarizing filter, remount the protective filter?
Asked by: Timothy H.
As the Olympus 40.5mm PRF-D40.5 PRO Clear Protective Filter has 40.5 mm front filter threads, yes, you may mount a 40.5 mm filter onto the front of the Olympus protective filter. It is typically personal preference whether or not to stack filters. Some people never remove the protection filter and stack filters, while some purists prefer to use the fewest pieces of extra optics on the front of the lens' optical formula, saying you may get internal flare/glare and reduce sharpness. I would say if you plan to own both filters, simply do your own test with both filters on and with the polarizer only and see if you can personally see a difference. You can then use that information to decide if it is necessary to continuously swap filters or if you will stack the filters.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

How many ft-lbs of force can it withstand?
Asked by: Anonymous
That level of detail is never disclosed in the specifications of lens filters. Depending on where the filter is struck the ft. lbf would be different (striking the metal ring vs. the glass surface), and even differs between locations of the glass that it would strike. So the short answer is: whatever breaks glass would likely break this. The long answer is: you'd have to measure multiple filters, being hit at different ft. lbs, in different locations on the filter itself.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

How to mount protective olympus filter onto TG4?
Asked by: Anonymous
You would need the Olympus CLA-T01 Conversion Lens Adapter. See the link here.
Answered by: Lawrence C.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Does the filter have a thread on the front side?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes. It has a threat on both sides.
Answered by: Jubenal A.
Date published: 2018-12-10

question

does this lens keep the water out in underwater photography ?
Asked by: Anonymous
I have had my camera with this filter around the pool, with no problem, but never underwater. May want to contact Olympus customer service to be sure.
Answered by: HOSSEIN I.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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