Reviews and Problems with Canon Protect Filter 52mm
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Excellent Drop-in Filter and easy external wheel adjustment.
Ricky Wildlife Photographer, B&H Photo
1 week ago
Excerpt: Wish I had purchased the Drop-in Circular Polarizer filter when I purchased my Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM Lens. You can drop in the lens in seconds and adjust with a knurled thumbwheel on the outside.
Pros: Easy to Use, Great Picture Quality, Lightweight
Excerpt: Im not sure what the difference is compared to the Canon PL-C 52WII other than $100+ more, but it works what I bought it for. I shoot motorsports and needed to cut the glare off windshields to see the driver. Canon PL-C 52WII is over [$], this is [$]. I use it in a 300 2.8 and a 400 2.8.
Excerpt: Do sports photographers need this? If you photograph cars, or sport involving water, heck yes! makes a total difference. Landscape guys will tell you bluer skies and clear water, but the real benefit for sports photographers is you can expose the athletes better; the glare is cancelled out of the...
Pros: Compact, Easy to Use, Great Picture Quality, Lightweight
Excerpt: I have just owned the filter a short time but was looking forward to a easy access filter slot. Instead I learned I must remove the lens from the camera before inserting or removing it. In addition, the small wheel used to adjust the polarizing filter, does not protrude enough for easy access.
Cons: Diddicult To Insertremov, Difficult To Insert