Nikon
Nikon 77 Circular Polarizer: Picture 1 thumbnail Nikon 77 Circular Polarizer: Picture 2 thumbnail Nikon 77 Circular Polarizer: Picture 3 thumbnail

29% Off
Nikon 77mm Circular Polarizer II Thin Ring Multi-Coated Glass Filter

Our Price

$149.00
Buy more and save
Quantity Discount
QuantityAmount

The quantity discount will be reflected in your shopping cart

List Price: $210.00

Availability: In Stock & Ready to Ship

Free Expedited Shipping

See all shipping options

Nikon 77 Circular Polarizer: Picture 1 regular $149.00

About Nikon 77 Circular Polarizer

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.

The Nikon 77 Circular Polarizer is commonly used for Artwork, Color correction, Image manipulation, Lens protection, Reduces glare, UV protection and more.The Nikon 77 Circular Polarizer is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast, Photo enthusiast, Professional, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Nikon 77 Circular Polarizer is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Nikon 77 Circular Polarizer: Clear optics, Consistent effect, Easily mounted, Firm mount and Strong construction

Nikon 77 Circular Polarizer Features

  • 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
  • 77mm filter thread on front of filter for attaching Lens caps and hood

Nikon 77 Circular Polarizer Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

Review Snapshot®

 
4.8

(based on 60 reviews)

92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (48)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

The best circular polarizer !!!!!!

Semi- professional. The Nikon circular polarizer II rotates smoothly ,it doesn't fall off the lens during rotation. Your Nikon lens cap will stay on with the polarizer attached. This is the third circular polarizer that I've purchased but only the first one that the lens cap didn't fall off every time I turned around. As for the creative side of the polarizer- that's left up to the person behind the camera. The nikon polarizer will give you what you need and then soon!!!!!

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

I would not buy this product again

I consistently use a polarizer. I tried the new Nikon for its wide angle capability. It vignettes terrribly at 24mm. And for whatever reason the coating is flaking off. I wish I could return this product. Today I am purchashing the B+W polarizer and hoping for better.

Reviewed by 60 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Extra sharp filter

By

This filter is one of the better polarizers I have used. There is no sharpness of image due to extra glass in front of the high-end lenses. I also enjoy the ridges on the outer ring as they ensure an easy removal when changing filters. The ridges are actually on the outside rim instead of the front of the rim.

 
4.0

I am glad I bought this product!

By

I bought the polarizer for my wide angle lens. No vignetting. But it does do funny things to the skies. Darker on one side than the other. Maybe I can pracitise with it. Glad I spent the extra money for the thin one. I did buy this filter used and it was in perfect condition. I am very glad I bought it.

 
5.0

Professional quality all the way

By

Thin design prevents vignetting with wide angle lenses. Knurling allows easy removal.

 
5.0

Excellent polarizer filter

By

I've been using this polarizer filter with a Nikon D800 camera and Nikkor 400mm zoom lenses, with very good results.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Worth paying a little more

By

I purchased this Nikon polarizer for my 28-300mm Nikon lens. After owning cheaper polarizers in the past, this one doesn't have the issues I previously found so frustrating. The outer disc rotates very smoothly without un-threading the whole filter from the lens. When it's time to take it off, that's no problem either. It is thin, but not a wide angle filter. On my lens at 28mm there is some vignetting, not a big deal, so I just zoom in a bit. Nikon has a spec sheet on this filter that lists the ranges for vignetting. Check it out if it's a concern. As for the glass, it does a beautiful job. It came with a sturdy, protective plastic case, too.

 
5.0

Terrific quality

By

I work at a museum and often use polarizers to reduce reflections of artifacts behind glass. Also for the usual use of eliminating reflections on a number of outdoor subjects. This Nikon polarizer really impresses me—it's thin and doesn't vignette with my Canon 17-40 on an APS-H sensor. More importantly, unlike the B+W polarizers I've used, it doesn't bind on my lenses and it has a very smooth action—a delight to use. Although it's fairly expensive, I highly recommend this filter.

 
4.0

Worth the $$$

By

I shoot outdoor photos primarily, so it just made sense to mount a quality polarized optic filter on my lens.

 
5.0

Great Filtter

By

Great product. It is not cheap like some of the other ones I have looked at. Perfect!!

 
5.0

great glass

By

great double protection and polarizing optics.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Some flaking after one use

By

After reading a lot of reviews I decided to purchase this Nikon filter. I paid a premium for the Nikon name and quality. After one use I noticed some of the outer coating is coming off. I have not returned it yet because of an out of town trip. If the flaking worsens, I will, unfortunately, have to return it for a replacement. I did not expect this problem on a product that Nikon puts their name on.

Q&A

Questions & Answers Powered by TurnTo®

Questions about this item:

Shopper  I do mostly real estate Virtual Tours and I have a Quantaray UV 77mm on my Nikon 12-24 lens. This time of year I'm getting a lot of sun glare even at 90 degrees from the sun. Will this filter eliminate thsi glare? Thanks, Tony B
GERALYN S  I don't know the Quantaray and why it isn't working for you, but I purchased this filter in 2010 because I shoot outdoors; lots of water reflections, contrasty skies, and bright light. I needed the ultra thin to avoid vignetting with wider angles of 11-17mm on my Nikon D90, and now D7000. I also wanted high quality multi-coated glass. I am very happy with this filter--no vignetting, and reduces glare beautifully. You would, however, loose light, therefore, indoors at higher ISO and wider aperture settings are necessary, but still noise and motion blur from slower shutter speeds are possible, and reasons I don't use a polarizer indoors, though may be acceptable trade-off for your business. I would use on shutter priority at high ISO to avoid blur if your camera has good noise reduction. Hope this helps.
Tony B  Thanks very much! I appreciate your comments and believe I will obtain this filter to help with my outdoor stills and tours. Thanks again, Tony B.
Shopper  I do mostly real estate Virtual Tours and I have a Quantaray UV 77mm on my Nikon 12-24 lens. This time of year I'm getting a lot of sun glare even at 90 degrees from the sun. Will this filter eliminate thsi glare? Thanks, Tony B
GERALYN S  I don't know the Quantaray and why it isn't working for you, but I purchased this filter in 2010 because I shoot outdoors; lots of water reflections, contrasty skies, and bright light. I needed the ultra thin to avoid vignetting with wider angles of 11-17mm on my Nikon D90, and now D7000. I also wanted high quality multi-coated glass. I am very happy with this filter--no vignetting, and reduces glare beautifully. You would, however, loose light, therefore, indoors at higher ISO and wider aperture settings are necessary, but still noise and motion blur from slower shutter speeds are possible, and reasons I don't use a polarizer indoors, though may be acceptable trade-off for your business. I would use on shutter priority at high ISO to avoid blur if your camera has good noise reduction. Hope this helps.
Tony B  Thanks very much! I appreciate your comments and believe I will obtain this filter to help with my outdoor stills and tours. Thanks again, Tony B.
Shopper  I do mostly real estate Virtual Tours and I have a Quantaray UV 77mm on my Nikon 12-24 lens. This time of year I'm getting a lot of sun glare even at 90 degrees from the sun. Will this filter eliminate thsi glare? Thanks, Tony B
GERALYN S  I don't know the Quantaray and why it isn't working for you, but I purchased this filter in 2010 because I shoot outdoors; lots of water reflections, contrasty skies, and bright light. I needed the ultra thin to avoid vignetting with wider angles of 11-17mm on my Nikon D90, and now D7000. I also wanted high quality multi-coated glass. I am very happy with this filter--no vignetting, and reduces glare beautifully. You would, however, loose light, therefore, indoors at higher ISO and wider aperture settings are necessary, but still noise and motion blur from slower shutter speeds are possible, and reasons I don't use a polarizer indoors, though may be acceptable trade-off for your business. I would use on shutter priority at high ISO to avoid blur if your camera has good noise reduction. Hope this helps.
Tony B  Thanks very much! I appreciate your comments and believe I will obtain this filter to help with my outdoor stills and tours. Thanks again, Tony B.
See more questions and answers

Related Articles & Videos

top
Share this item:
Adorama.com is top rated for customer serviceHACKER SAFE certified sites prevent over 99.9% of hacker crime.
Feedback