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Hoya 77mm UV and IR Cut Filter

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Hoya 77mm UV and IR Cut Filter
Key Features
  • Cuts Out UV Rays Below 390 nm
  • Cuts Out IR Rays Above 700 mn
  • Retains Visible Light Spectrum
  • Reduce Effects of Atmospheric Haze
The 77 mm UV and IR Cut Filter from Hoya is a lens filter that, when attached to your lens, permits only the visible spectrum of light rays to enter the camera and get captured by the sensor. It blocks out both the higher frequency ultraviolet rays, and lower frequency infrared light rays. This is important to digital photographers because the CCD and CMOS sensors found in our cameras are extremely susceptible to catching UV and IR rays just outside the visible spectrum that have a very negative impact on image quality.
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Hoya A-77UVIR Overview

The 77 mm UV and IR Cut Filter from Hoya is a lens filter that, when attached to your lens, permits only the visible spectrum of light rays to enter the camera and get captured by the sensor. It blocks out both the higher frequency ultraviolet rays, and lower frequency infrared light rays. This is important to digital photographers because the CCD and CMOS sensors found in our cameras are extremely susceptible to catching UV and IR rays just outside the visible spectrum that have a very negative impact on image quality.

The filter offers even greater versatility than is already found in a combination UV-IR filter due to its front and rear threads. They permit stackable standard-size filters to be attached, giving you even more filter effect options, while also accommodating a standard lens cap as well.

Another benefit to using the UV-IR filter is that it can also reduce the effects of atmospheric haze to a greater degree than would be found with a standard UV filter. This means that sharper images with more depth and finer, richer color gradations are possible when utilizing the filter's effects in your photography. This combination filter is a very convenient option for those who seek a clearer and sharper image when captured outdoors, while getting the benefits of two filters in one.

More so than a traditional UV filter, this combination filter cuts through atmospheric haze to a greater degree than you would otherwise find
When using color CCD or CMOS camera sensors, which are extremely susceptible to UV and IR rays, this combination filter can produce greater accuracy of color in digital images than is found with traditional IR filters
Cut to transmit only those light rays that fall within the visible spectrum of light, this UV-IR filter blocks both ultraviolet rays found below 390 nm, as well as infrared rays above 700 nm
Low-profile, rigid aluminum filter ring provides support and is compatible with stackable standard filters for a greater combination of effects
UPC: 024066054432

Hoya A-77UVIR Specs

Filter TypeIR Control
Circular Size77 mm Filter Thread
Front Accessory Thread / Bayonet77 mm
Filter MaterialGlass
Ring MaterialAluminum
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.175 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.9 x 3.8 x 0.7"

Hoya A-77UVIR Reviews

Great addition to my inventory

By Gerry
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-20

This filter has greatly enhanced my photos of the night sky. I use a Canon EOS 6D Mark II that has a full spectrum modification and this filter helps reduce the red spectrum which makes the picture look more natural.

One on every lens for BMPCC4k

By Jaron
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-25

If you use ND filters on BM pockets, you need this filter. period. Works beautifully and seamlessly.

Worth Every Penny

By Rodney
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-23

This cuts down IR pollution really well. It causes no color shift, especially when you're ND stacking on your lens. It's a tad bit pricey, but it's well worth the money.

Works with My Tilta  Tiltaing Mini Matte Box

By thomas
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-03-16

If you have a BMPCC 4K camera, you will need a UV and IR cut filter, the 77mm fits, but the 82mm does not.

A must have for BMPCC 4K

By Brent
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-02-16

The BMPCC 4k's color is a little off because of IR, this fixes it to make it PERFECT.

Really helpful on the BMPCC 4k.

By Marcus
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-02-14

The BMPCC 4k can have it's colours muted a bit due to NIR spill, and while this is can be super obvious when using lower cost ND filters, this filter helps the green of vegetation pop a little better even when used without an ND filter (see Red Edge on plants, which starts ~700nm) . Yes, if you use a very wide angle lens, things may get a little weird on the edges with a filter like this, but I've not had any problems. It appears to be well made, and while it is a bit pricey, especially at a larger size, having a single larger filter means I can use step rings to make it work and not have to buy multiple filters.

Big improvement in my results

By Ira
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-05

I got this filter because my results on my Canon 400mm 5.6 with a Hoya HMC 77 UV(O) were drab. With this new filter I have brilliant color and contrast and can enjoy vivid pictures. I am happy with this purchase.

Amazing Product

By Stephan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-09-02

I love this filter and it makes the quality of shoots much better. Highly recommended as long as you have a lens that fits the filter.

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Date published: 2022-02-15

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Asked by: Charles
as long as your converted full spectrum camera doesn't change the white balance, this filter should not alter the information
Answered by: stuart e
Date published: 2020-01-14

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Has anyone tried this on a full spectrum camera? I have a Nikon D7000 that’s converted to full spectrum and I’m looking for a filter to revert it back to visible spectrum when the need arises. Looking to see how the results are before I pull the trigger.
Asked by: Charles
Unfortunately, we're not aware of any tests that have been performed with this particular filter on a camera which has been converted for full spectrum use. Your results may vary.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-01-17

Has anyone combined a Hoya 77mm uv and ir cut ...

Has anyone combined a Hoya 77mm uv and ir cut filter with a circular polarizer on a 24-105 canon l series is lens using a 5D Mark III, if you have what were the results? Thank you very much before I buy the pair of filters.
Asked by: James
We are not aware of any issues that combo would create.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2020-11-12

How thick is the glass in this filter?

How thick is the glass in this filter?
Asked by: Cor
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Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2019-05-21

will this filter work on a Canon 400mm f5.6 lens? ...

will this filter work on a Canon 400mm f5.6 lens? will the filter interfere with the bayonet hood on the lens?
Asked by: Anonymous
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Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2020-10-14

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Hello, I've read a review telling that when using a UV/IR filter on WIDE Angle Lenses the image can be compromised: the interference varies with the angle of incidence of the light on the glass. This renders this filter unusable with wide-angle and even normal focal lenses, resulting in a greenish gradient from the center to the corners. - This was posted for the 72mm version of another brand's filterQ: Has someone else experienced this problem on Full Frame or APS-C DSLRs with Wide Angle Lenses like 16mm ?Thank you very much in advance!
Asked by: HD Cam T.
I have seen this when I use it on a Tokina 11-16mm on an aps-c sensor. And to a lesser degree on the wider (shorter) end of my Sigma 18-35mm. The frame gets greener as you get closer to the far edge. I have been able to correct it out in DaVinci Resolve however. So I can live with it.
Answered by: Zachary F.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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