Reviews and Problems with Hoya Protector HD series
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Frozen Summer, B&H Photo
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: I chose the clear filter for protecting my Canon L lens after a lot of reading. You may want to get the UV type. This screws in easily and is clear. It's a good value when compared to the super premium brands. This filter stays on all the time.
Excerpt: It protects the main element of the lens. This is true, and my main goal in purchasing this. But the tradeoffs are significant. The purple fringe when pointing into the light was nearly nonexistent on my Nikon 300mm before the filter. Now it is pretty extreme, even at low ISO.