A bit pricey when compared with Kenko filter which have a similar quality
10 June 2014
Summary: Hoya is known as the best brand in filters. Why spend hundred of dollars in lenses and cameras and them save a few with a bad quality lens filter? Hoya is the way to go, they have the best coatings.
all my filters for my lenses are HOYA HD, including the CPL.
5 February 2013
Summary: Why you bought it. Needed a foltro UV protection for my 10-24mm lens NIKON - What you like most about it is a multilayer filter that does not distort the image and is very waterproof. - What you dislike about it.
Summary: I had bought cheap filter before and notice that my picture quality is downgrade with the filter. However, I need a filter that can protect my lens from getting scratches so I decided to buy the Hoya HD which is pretty pricey just for a filter itself.
cheap, good, but isnt good in blacklight because sparks ghost
8 May 2012
Summary: Pros: its cheap. slim. cons: generates sparks ghost. need a multicout. is good for almost everything, except for backlighting and bright lights at an angle greater than 5 ° perpendicular to the sensor. for protection to the lens, is very good. the shipment could not be faster.
Perfect lens for new camera buyers to protect their lens investments.
1 April 2012
Summary: I had just purchased my first DSLR, a Nikon D5100. Was looking for a quality UV filter to keep my lens protected from day one. It fits very well, my Nikon lens cap has no restrictions. I take macro shots for using on ebay mostly and normal every days indoor and out shots for personal use.