Reviews and Problems with Tiffen 67mm UV Protector Glass Filter
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Good quality lens protection
Paul the Traveler, B&H Photo
5 days ago
Excerpt: This was purchased to provide lens protection for a Raynox DCR-2024PRO 2.2x teleconverter lens attached to a Panasonic FZ1000 bridge camera for long-range outdoor photography. The filter is of good quality and doesn't introduce any distortion into the picture. A good value for the price.
Pros: Clear Optics, Easy To Use, Firm Mount, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I bought the UV protector filter together with the 18mm-140mm lens as recommended by one of the salespersons at B&H but within 10 days, I found the filter broken when I removed my camera from its bag. Either, the bag (provided by B&H) is not protective enough or the UV filter is really very fragile!
Excerpt: When my camera bag fell off the table in the security line at SeaTac airport, it landed lens down. Although somewhat padded the impact broke the filter with minor damage to the lens threads. It could well have ruined an expensive lens.
Pros: Clear Optics, Firm Mount, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Do NOT buy this filter. I used it on my Canon DSLR camera, not realizing that Canon also makes a UV Protector filter. Then I heard about the Canon version and I tried it( B&H item # CAUVP67) . The difference was HUGE. The Tiffen photos were dark, unsharp, and the colors were dull.