Reviews and Problems with Hoya Digi PRO1 UV Filter 58 mm
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Alex, B&H Photo
7 December 2014
Excerpt: I use this filter on my Nikkor 50mm lens. I enjoyed several Hoya filters in the past. The filter has good craftsmanship and feels solid. Haven't noticed any ghosting issues during outdoor daylight shoots.
Excerpt: Really nice filter, crystal clear, very thin and well built, and the pictures looks like you don't even have it on the lens - what more can you ask for. Don't buy the cheap ones, you spend so much on a lens, buy a filter that won't reduce your image quality. Beware, you can find it cheaper on [@] from HK or Korea, but there are a lot of knock-offs of Hoya filters and for the 10$ saving getting a knock-off isn't worth it, with B&H you wouldn't have to worry about...
Pros: Clear Optics, Easily Mounted, Firm Mount, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I was using a Bower UV prior to this filter on my Canon 50mm f/1.4. When I changed it to the Hoya Pro 1 my life changed to. The difference is huge!! The ghosting and the flares suddenly were gone, and my pictures at night improved amazingly! This is a great product, do not hesitate on buying it!! Besides, the low profile design is great, and the cap of the lens fits perfect!!
Pros: Clear Optics, Consistent Effect, Easily Mounted, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I've used Hoya products for decades and their quality and performance is unmatched. I particularly appreciate the look of the low profile frame, and the lens cap still attaches securely. I find that my seascapes and landscapes are clearer and sharper without the blue hazy tint. The fact that it comes with a UV protected case is reassuring for those rare times when it is not mounted to the lens.