Reviews and Problems with Hoya Digi PRO1 UV Filter 52 mm
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Love this filter...
Julie, B&H Photo
19 October 2015
Excerpt: My other polarizer filters are much too dark, this one reduces glare, it doesn't make the sky as blue as my others, but leaves the color more natural and doesn't make the people and objects in my videos so dark you can't see the detail. I bought 2 extras.
Excerpt: This is one of my first lense, but it seems to be good. I don't notice a lack of light. Seems to let in the right amount. Looks like good build. I dropped it 3 feet onto a wood floor and didnt crack.
Excerpt: I use this filter for outside video and stills. It works flawlessly as far as I am concerned. It is a little thin and can be a pain to remove, but "il n'y pas de rose sans épine." Every rose has a thorn. I will certainly be keeping it. In comparaison, my cheap @ filter is perfect junk.
Excerpt: This is an excellent filter for reducing glare on photos. It is reasonably priced and gives a good sharp image. It will produce good clear blue skies that would otherwise be washed out from sun glare.
Excerpt: I bought this thinking that it would be great as a lens protector. But the lens that I ordered also has a hood (and cap) so that benefit is not needed. The glass is surrounded by all-metal, you can feel the quality.