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About Vivitar 49 CPL Filter

The Vivitar 49mm CPL Filter is manufactured from high-quality solid optical materials. Each individual filter is heat-treated to avoid any rare movement or distortion. CPL filter removes unwanted reflections from non-metallic surfaces such as water and glass. It also improves color saturation, clarity and contrast.

This threaded filter is often used to increase the contrast and saturation in blue skies and white clouds. Vivitar's circular polarizing filter does not affect the overall color balance of a shot and it will provide protection for your lens while shooting. Vivitar filter is perfect for digital SLR cameras or traditional 35mm SLR applications.

Vivitar 49 CPL Filter Specifications

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Amazing filter


I am using this circular polarizing filter on my Minolta AF 50mm lens on my Sony A-37. its amazing what the difference is in image coloration vs a standard UV filter. for the price tag its worth getting over a standard UV filter and the build quality is good as well.


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Shopper  I bought the Vivitar 49mm CPL Filter for use with a HD Action Cam. I am going to make a filter mount adapter to use this filter with my camera, since the camera is not designed to add filters to it. Since my camera has no view finder, I can not see what I am recording, as I am recording. How much effect does the rotating ring have? I would like to set the ring to the maximum polarizing effect and secure it there, then install it into my filter holder. I will be recording quite a but over water from a boat. Is there a way to figure out the maximum polarizing without looking through the camera? I tried to just look through the filter and rotate the ring, but I could not tell any difference. Thank You.
ADAM S  the filter is circular polarized. spinning the ring will not affect the polarizing nature of the filter. it will always polarize at the same intensity.
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