Sunpak 58mm Twin Filter Kit with Ultra Violet and Circular Polarizer Filters

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About Sunpak 58mm Twin Filter Kit

Sunpak's Twin Pack combines the two most popular filters: Ultra Violet & Circular Polarizer.

The Ultra Violet (UV) filter absorbs ultraviolet rays which often makes outdoor photographs hazy and indistinct. A muliti-purpose fine-weather filter for color as well as black and white films, it eliminates haze and serves as a lens protector.

Light rays which are reflected by any surface become polarised. The Circular Polariser filter is used to select which light rays enter your camara lens. They allow you to remove unwanted reflections from non-metallic surfaces such as water, glass etc. They also saturate colors and increase contrast creating dramatic sky/cloud contrast. Increases contrast equally well with black & white film.

Sunpak 58mm Twin Filter Kit Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
4.0

Good filters

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from Wisconsin  -  Semi-Professional

Very good value filters. Perform just like the more expensive ones.

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Shopper  I am a novice user. Should I remove the UV when I use the polarize filter or use them both together?
KARL P  No need to remove the UV filter. In fact, its a great idea to keep it mounted on your lens at all times. In addition to blocking unwanted UV-light color shifts, it also serves to protect the front element of your lens. Better to scratch or crack a relatively cheap and replaceable filter than permanently damage your expensive lens! Filters are threaded on both sides, so you can "stack" them. In other words, it will mount to the front of your lens, then you can put another filter on the front of the first. One thing to keep in mind with a polarizer is to rotate it carefully counter-clockwise as you compose your photo. Rotating it clockwise can often mistakenly lead you to removing it from the lens entirely and potentially dropping it! Good luck with your photography!
Shopper  I am a novice user. Should I remove the UV when I use the polarize filter or use them both together?
KARL P  No need to remove the UV filter. In fact, its a great idea to keep it mounted on your lens at all times. In addition to blocking unwanted UV-light color shifts, it also serves to protect the front element of your lens. Better to scratch or crack a relatively cheap and replaceable filter than permanently damage your expensive lens! Filters are threaded on both sides, so you can "stack" them. In other words, it will mount to the front of your lens, then you can put another filter on the front of the first. One thing to keep in mind with a polarizer is to rotate it carefully counter-clockwise as you compose your photo. Rotating it clockwise can often mistakenly lead you to removing it from the lens entirely and potentially dropping it! Good luck with your photography!
Shopper  I am a novice user. Should I remove the UV when I use the polarize filter or use them both together?
KARL P  No need to remove the UV filter. In fact, its a great idea to keep it mounted on your lens at all times. In addition to blocking unwanted UV-light color shifts, it also serves to protect the front element of your lens. Better to scratch or crack a relatively cheap and replaceable filter than permanently damage your expensive lens! Filters are threaded on both sides, so you can "stack" them. In other words, it will mount to the front of your lens, then you can put another filter on the front of the first. One thing to keep in mind with a polarizer is to rotate it carefully counter-clockwise as you compose your photo. Rotating it clockwise can often mistakenly lead you to removing it from the lens entirely and potentially dropping it! Good luck with your photography!
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