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About Zeiss

The Carl Zeiss 58mm ultraviolet filter meets the highest demands on mechanical quality and can be quickly and easily changed. High-quality optical glass is developed to meet the performance needs of Zeiss lenses. The proven T* coating minimizes light reflections on glass-air surfaces and improves transmission. In addition to the filter function, the front lens element is protected against contamination and scratches. With the standard thread diameter of 58mm, the filter also fits the lenses of other manufacturers.

Zeiss Features

  • Carl Zeiss filters are perfectly matched to Zeiss lenses
  • A robust filter mount ensures maximum mechanical quality
  • High fit accuracy guarantees uncomplicated filter change

Zeiss Specifications

Compatible with
Zeiss lenses
Thread diameter
58mm
Multi-coating
T*

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5.0

Nice Filter

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from Pittsburgh, PA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I recently bought the Zeiss 50mm Planar lens for my Canon. As the Zeiss has T* all over it I figured I should also use a T* filter. A bit pricey, but it's very well made and matches the lens.

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Shopper  If placing this filter on a zeiss lens, can I later place a polarizer filter from Hoya on top of this filter?
KENNETH M  Technically one can place a polarizing filter on top of a Zeiss 58mm T* (UV) Ultraviolet Filter because the Zeiss UV filter has a front thread. It is another question, however, whether that is necessary or advisable. In modern cameras UV filters serve mainly as fully transparent lens protectors so that the photographer will not lose any f-stops by using them. Polarizing filters, on the other hand, will absorb some of the incoming light and the photographer will lose about 1-2 f-stops through their use. Since both filters will function as lens protectors there is no real need to use both filters on top of each other. The decision about whether to use a UV or a polarizing filter will more likely be determined by the photographic situation. I personally use the Zeiss 58mm T* (UV) Ultraviolet Filter on the Zeiss Ikon 18mm f/4 T* ZM Distagon lens which is a super wide angle lens and using a polarizing filter on top of the Zeiss UV filter will cause vignetting so that is is not advisable to use both filters on top of each other on this lens at least.
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