Reviews and Problems with Hoya Digi PRO1 UV Filter 52 mm
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Matt, B&H Photo
29 May 2015
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.