• Absorbs the ultraviolet rays which often makes outdoor photographs hazy and indistinct.
• Multi-purpose fine-weather filter for color as well as black and white films.
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In my opinion the B+W MRC coating is better for digital SLRs than the old film multi-coatings. The result is less flare and better acuity and color fidelity. i use the MRC Pro filters on all my Canon L lenses and many of my non-L lenses. The coating resists scratching better than any of the other multi-coated filters I have tried.
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Filter/No-Filter debate aside, if you fall on the "filter" side, this is my favorite filter, by far. In the past, I've also tried the more expensive XS-PRO (with Nano coating), but I couldn't tell the difference. Both were easy to clean, which for me, makes them worth the premium over the cheaper products.
I wouldn't trust a good lens to anything but B&W. I don't even notice the filter's on the lens, but I sure appreciate the protection.
I use it as a lens protector. It is clear and does not degrade my photos.
Worth the higher price!
very good thank you
It protects the front of the lens without adding noticeable distortions.
Well made You get what you pay for
This UV filter was for one I already had and had used on 4 trips. However, one day I tried my camera with and without my UV filter. I was amazed at the difference, with the filter I had causing darkening of the photo. I called Adorama and spoke with a representative who advised me to buy this UV filter. I now have clear and bright photos! I bought two filters for the two cameras I routinely use. What an improvement!
MRC--cleans up easily. After a trip to beach and some close encounters with water and salt this lens was easy to clean and still in A1 condition.
B + W lens filters are terrific!