Tiffen 62mm Digital Enhancing Filter Kit, With Enhancing, Polarizer, 812 & Digital Ultra Clear Filters

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About Tiffen

Tiffen's Digital Enhancing Kit packages the professional filters necessary to creatively enhance your portrait and scenic photography.

Enhancing filter for deep rich reds, browns and oranges. Ideal for fall foliage, rustic barns and wooded scenes.

Tiffen's exclusive 812 warming filter for portraits and scenics. Adds warmth to pale skin tones and richness to washed-out colors on overcast days.

Circular Polarizer for increased contrast and color saturation and the elimination of glare from highly reflected surfaces like water and glass.

Digital Ultra Clear filter for lens protection.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(7)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Clear optics (4),Firm mount (4),Strong construction (4),Consistent effect (3)
Best Uses:
UV protection (5),Image manipulation (4),Lens protection (4),Color correction (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Enthusiast (3)

Tiffen Features

  • Comes with its'own filter pouch.

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
3.7

(based on 7 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

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Logged into[...]to buy Hoya's was talked into Tiffen. Wanted just polarizers but talked into buying the Tiffen Digital Enhancing set. I got a great deal on the Tiffen sets but vs. just buying polarizers for each lens cost allot more. I really only use the clear and polarizers out of the set (as photoshop does any special effect I want) I have since read mixed reviews. Who's better Tiffen or Hoya, my guess is they are both excellent for prosumer products. The question is it the higher margin o...

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Logged into[...]to buy Hoya's was talked into Tiffen. Wanted just polarizers but talked into buying the Tiffen Digital Enhancing set. I got a great deal on the Tiffen sets but vs. just buying polarizers for each lens cost allot more. I really only use the clear and polarizers out of the set (as photoshop does any special effect I want) I have since read mixed reviews. Who's better Tiffen or Hoya, my guess is they are both excellent for prosumer products. The question is it the higher margin or quality that is being pushed, who knows. My suggestion is research, find the filter you want, then make an informed decision.But the Tiffen set is nice, great wallet for storing and keeping organized.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Do not buy this kit

I do not recommend this filter kit, the polarizer fits well, but the Enhancer and the sepia filter are absolutely unnecessary. [...]

Reviewed by 7 customers

 
4.0

Good Deal

By

from Maryland  -  Photo Enthusiast

Good quality filters. The polarizer movement is a little stiff but the filter produces excellent photos.

 
5.0

Nice set for the price

By

from Port St Lucie, FL

I especially like the enhancement filter. It really brings out the colors nicely, especially shooting fall leaves.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Do not buy this kit

By

from Colombia  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I do not recommend this filter kit, the polarizer fits well, but the Enhancer and the sepia filter are absolutely unnecessary. [...]

 
5.0

awesome filters

By

from Winchester, Ky  -  Pro Photographer

the best filter set for the money

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

stick with Hoya

By

from Chatsworth, CA  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Returned two defective sets. One set was returned [...] because a filter had a speckel. The second set was returned to Tiffen because three of the filters from the replacement set had spots. I told Tiffen to send me a 67mm size filter kit because I had already purchased a 62mm filter in the Hoya brand. One of the 67mm filters also came with a speckle. I am tired of returning the product. I am keeping the 67mm filter kit but never purchasing Tiffen again.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great product. What I was looking for

By

from Bellevue, Washington  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

The filter made Mt. Ranier and the blue sky in Seattle better than ever.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

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from Columbus Ohio  -  Professional

Logged into[...]to buy Hoya's was talked into Tiffen. Wanted just polarizers but talked into buying the Tiffen Digital Enhancing set. I got a great deal on the Tiffen sets but vs. just buying polarizers for each lens cost allot more. I really only use the clear and polarizers out of the set (as photoshop does any special effect I want) I have since read mixed reviews. Who's better Tiffen or Hoya, my guess is they are both excellent for prosumer products. The question is it the higher margin or quality that is being pushed, who knows. My suggestion is research, find the filter you want, then make an informed decision.But the Tiffen set is nice, great wallet for storing and keeping organized.

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