Reviews and Problems with Hoya Digi PRO1 UV Filter 52 mm
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Fine quality for a reasonable cost
6 January 2013
Summary: I've used Hoya filters for many years and this one seems to carry on their tradition of quality for a reasonable cost. Very thin, nice feel to it screwing it on the lens, and results typical for a skylight filter (slight warming effect, adds a bit of clarity through haze, protects the lens).
Summary: This is a good product, way better than the classic ones, this helps me with flare on 50mm 1.4, a thing that the cheaper one didnt. It has a good build, thin, easy to attach, but on the bad side its hard to clean, if u stick your finger on it, you got a job to clean. its not every cloth that will work on it, because the coating sticks to the fibers of the tissue, so it doesnt slide easily. as for duration i coulnt test it yet.
Pros: Clear Optics, Consistent Effect, Firm Mount, Strong Construction
Summary: The filter allows very good rendering of any picture you take. It also offers a great protection to the new expensive lens you just bought without damaging the quality of your photos. This is a perfect fit for my new Nikon 35mm prime. Highly recommended.