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Nikon 40.5mm NC Neutral Clear Filter

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Nikon 3624: Picture 1 regular $28.44

About Nikon 3624

A clear (colorless) filter for color as well as black and white films. Also serves as a permanent lens protector. Multi-coated to minimize reflection at the filter surfaces which reduces flare and ghosting.

Nikon 3624 Features

  • Clear optical glass; used as a lens protector.

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Reviewed by 2 customers

 
5.0

Small Investment, large returns

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I like to take photographs at the beach, and it's impossible to avoid sand, especially with the wind blowing, so this filter will definitely protect my camera. I'm just an amateur, and for varying reasons, I can't hold a heavy DSLR and maintain stability, so I use a Nikon P7700,which is perfect for me. I like to carry it in my purse on occasion and this filter protects my lens when the lenscap pops off, as it inevitably does. So all around, this was a great investment for me!

 
5.0

Worth the money

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Nikon may not be the most inexpensive but the quality is always the best.

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Jose G  Hello Does this filter fits Coolpix P7700? Also, is there any other 40.5 mm filter that fits Coolpix P7700 and that it also provides some skylight effect? Thanks!!
JOHN G  Jose, Yes thata filter does fit the Coolpix P7700. UV and Skylight filters only have a very minimal effect on digital images, as compared to film where they do have a noticeable effect. Occassionaly some images are too blue or green, etc. and can be corrected in Photoshop or Lightroom or other similar software. The only really useful filters for effects with digital are, 1) circular polarizer, 2) neutral density, and 3) graduated neutral density. Neutral density is useful to reduce the light to achieve low enough shutter speed for pictures of waterfalls to blur the water to make it look like it is flowing. Graduated neutral density filters are used to keep the sky portion of an image from being over exposed. The Nikon NC neutral clear filter is perfect for protecting your lens, and a UV filter could do the same, but may cost more, while providing no real advantage.
MARK B  John, Thanks for the great reply to Jose. I've learned from you about filter applications. Well stated!
Jose G  Hello Does this filter fits Coolpix P7700? Also, is there any other 40.5 mm filter that fits Coolpix P7700 and that it also provides some skylight effect? Thanks!!
JOHN G  Jose, Yes thata filter does fit the Coolpix P7700. UV and Skylight filters only have a very minimal effect on digital images, as compared to film where they do have a noticeable effect. Occassionaly some images are too blue or green, etc. and can be corrected in Photoshop or Lightroom or other similar software. The only really useful filters for effects with digital are, 1) circular polarizer, 2) neutral density, and 3) graduated neutral density. Neutral density is useful to reduce the light to achieve low enough shutter speed for pictures of waterfalls to blur the water to make it look like it is flowing. Graduated neutral density filters are used to keep the sky portion of an image from being over exposed. The Nikon NC neutral clear filter is perfect for protecting your lens, and a UV filter could do the same, but may cost more, while providing no real advantage.
MARK B  John, Thanks for the great reply to Jose. I've learned from you about filter applications. Well stated!
Jose G  Hello Does this filter fits Coolpix P7700? Also, is there any other 40.5 mm filter that fits Coolpix P7700 and that it also provides some skylight effect? Thanks!!
JOHN G  Jose, Yes thata filter does fit the Coolpix P7700. UV and Skylight filters only have a very minimal effect on digital images, as compared to film where they do have a noticeable effect. Occassionaly some images are too blue or green, etc. and can be corrected in Photoshop or Lightroom or other similar software. The only really useful filters for effects with digital are, 1) circular polarizer, 2) neutral density, and 3) graduated neutral density. Neutral density is useful to reduce the light to achieve low enough shutter speed for pictures of waterfalls to blur the water to make it look like it is flowing. Graduated neutral density filters are used to keep the sky portion of an image from being over exposed. The Nikon NC neutral clear filter is perfect for protecting your lens, and a UV filter could do the same, but may cost more, while providing no real advantage.
MARK B  John, Thanks for the great reply to Jose. I've learned from you about filter applications. Well stated!
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