Nikon 52mm Filter Set, 52mm NC Neutral Clear Filter and 52mm Circular Polarizer II Thin Ring Multi-Coated Filter

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About Nikon 52 Filter Set

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Nikon 52mm NC Neutral Clear Filter
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 52mm Circular Polarizer II Thin Ring Multi-Coated Glass Filter
In general, light reflected from water, glass, or other shiny materials is polarized and adversely affects image definition. Circular polarizing filters reduce or eliminate unwanted reflections and increase the overall contrast of subjects in low-contrast situations

Usually, light from the sky is polarized due to reflections and dispersions in the air. Circular polarizing filters cut these reflections, making the sky blueror intensifying colors.
• Much thinner and lighter than conventional models to cut vignetting on Wide Angle lenses
• Multi Layer coatings on both sides to reduce ghost images and flare
• Filter thread on front of filter for attaching Lens caps and hood

Nikon 52 Filter Set Features

  • Adorama Camera Valuable Bundle. Kit Includes.
  • Nikon 52mm NC Neutral Clear Filter. Nikon 52mm Circular Polarizer II Thin Ring Glass Filter. Plastic pouch, Nikon One Year Warranty.
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Shopper  can I leave this circular polarizer on for indor use; flash, etc?
RICHARD H  Well you could, but it would normally be wrong to do so as you loose light through it. You only use a polarizer when you need to cut down specular reflections. Otherwise it doesn't make much sense to leave it on the lens.
Scott J  does it fit the nikon p510?
LES B  I have no idea. If the p510 has 52mm lens and has a threaded mount then they should fit.
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