• 72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
  • 72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
  • 72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
  • 72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
  • 72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
  • 72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
  • 72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
  • 72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
  • 72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch
72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch

72MM Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens with 72MM Filter Thread + Filter Pouch

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  • Kit includes: Altura Photo Professional Photography Filter Kit (UV, CPL Polarizer, Neutral Density ND4) for Camera Lens + Filter Pouch + MagicFiber Microfiber Lens Cleaning Cloth
  • High-quality optical filters for lens protection and image enhancement.
  • Includes a padded protective pouch for safe storage and travel.
  • NOTE: These Altura Photo filters are compatible with all 72mm lenses. Please verify your camera's lens thread size before ordering. Your camera's lens thread size will be marked somewhere on the lens barrel or printed underneath your lens cap. This number is always preceded by a "" (diameter) symbol. For example: 72 = 72mm lens thread size.
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Professional Photographer Review: Wouldn't Recommend Professional photographer. Wouldn't recommend if you plan on shooting in situations where your subject will be backlit. The filter refracts light and it's visible in the image; looks like you're shooting with a window in front of you.If you just need something to protect the lens, or you're not worried about perfect images, then go for it.Digital Goja has AMAZING customer service though. I sent them a sample image where the filter killed my photo and they sent me a Tiffen filter to try out instead. 2What Polarizer? I took this on a vacation to the Grand Canyon and other parts of Arizona, and was very disappointed with the circular polarizer.No matter how much I turned it, I could detect no difference at all in glare or the saturation of the sky. Before the trip, I watched YouTube videos on how to use circular polarizers, and during the trip I was attentive to keeping the sun as close to a 90-degree angle from my subject and me as was practical. Despite bright sun and highly reflective snow, it was as if I simply had a neutral density filter on the lens.Fortunately, I shoot everything in RAW format, and was able to save my skies in Lightoom. But the polarizer turned out to be a handicap rather than a useful tool... it forced me to open my aperture more than I wanted and to use slower shutter speeds with no appreciable benefit. 1100% Satisfied... These are quality filters. I especially wanted the UV filter for outdoor photography in bright sunlight where the sky is washed out and reflections are a problem. The UV filter brings out the blue sky and the CP filter does a very good job for water reflection. Digital Goja offers products by Altura and I've been really pleased with the quality and price. Digital Goja also has amazingly fast delivery. Definitely check them out. 5Light Reflects @ Night is a No No But, You'll Love the Contrast Using on a Nikon D5500 for my zoom lens 70-300mm AFI used this mainly to photoshoot during the day time to have those UV rays brush off from my angles and shoots. The contrast alone has been solid for my pics and the colors are more saturated when I would use the Polarizer. I hardly used the ND4 since I didn't do much for long exposure and if I did used it, i probably thought it was the Polarizer. I used the regular UV filter mainly as a lens protector and all it has done for me was collect dust or creating light ghosting.PROs:- Colors are contrast- Reflects light away most of the time- Protects your lenses glass- Less work on you when adjusting your exposure and other settings when needing to take a shot during broad daylight.CONs:- Threading it on can be sometimes an issue, just do it slowly.- At night, sometimes its not good to use the UV Filter, it will reflect light onto your pics and you would have a ghosting effect.- Sometimes hard to spin off from the thread of your lens.SUMMING UP:Overall this is a good performer and added bonus that it came with a ND4 filter in case you plan to do a long exposure. My images turn out correctly colored and I wouldn't have to keep adjusting my F stop to it's highest 22+ and having my ISO to 100 wasn't enough to cut light into the shot so, I think the Polarizer has helped me a lot more during broad day light shoots. 41-Stars are Defects. These Things Really Work I think the 1-star reviewers here should ask for a replacement.I am using these filters on a Sony Alpha A5000 and man - they're fantastic. My original intention was to get some cheap filters to put on a decent camera and maybe get my boyfriend interested in photography. I figured the UV filter would keep dust off the lens and didn't expect much from the polarizer.Most of the time I have been using just the UV or the UV + The Polarizer.I stack them, the UV never comes off the lens.Both filters can be removed freely when I want to, and zero of my photos so far have shown lens flare. A few have shown double images but I'll explain that in a moment.One thing you have to understand is that a polarizer fights your camera's autofocus. It darkens the image, and it would seem that the act of polarizing the light makes the camera think things are in focus when they are not. I've seen this on lots of fairly nice Nikon and Sony cameras (never used a Canon, I assume it'll be the same there).When your camera autofocuses poorly, you get a double image. That's all there is to it.You should adjust your viewfinder's diopter if you're seeing a clear image but it's fuzzy when you snap it. You should also be paying attention to your focus indicator because usually your camera knows when something is wrong with the focus.I attached two pictures - both with UV filter and polarizer stacked. One of a seeding salsify and one of text. Both shot at F/9The Salsify is shot at ISO 200 outsideThe text is shot at ISO 1600 insideBoth clear and crisp because I didn't point and shoot - I took the time to get a good shot. Bad optics are bad - but it is the responsibility of the photographer to get good results - be that exchanging a defective filter or spending some time to figure out why your camera is struggling to capture a sharp image.Less than fifteen bucks got me a set of filters that work as described - and make a nice addition to any camera - mirrorless or DSLR. 5Great Value. Polarizer works great. I give the set 4 stars on average:- UV filter: Nice build but it tends to generate flare and ghosting with light sources on the frame. Useful for damage protection, but in challenging situations I removed it.- CLS Polarizer: Awesome filter, works really great. Very useful on sunny days.- ND4: Also has the tendency to generate flare, but it is very useful for portraits with my 30mm f1.4 with lots of light.- Carry pouch: Great addition. I love it. 4Excellent Functionality and Cheap Lens Insurance. UV and Rotating Polaroid Filter is a MUST for every photographer. UV because its the cheap way to protect your expensive lens. The Rotating Polaroid because it lets you chose between the refection and the bottom beneath the water. Also, Rotating Polaroid can yield a dramatic improvement in for example Fall Colors without overusing the Color Saturation lever. The Neutral Density filter can help reduce exposure on a bright day and allow you longer shutter speed to "streak" running water.Otherwise, for Neutral Density Filters, I recommend the use of an adapter and square GRADUATED ND Filters so you can change exposure above or below a landscape horizon. Also, squares can be placed higher and lower (and even tilted) as the needs may be. 5A CPL that works at a low price This CPL comes with a bundle that contains also a UV lens and ND4 at a really low price. My main focus was the CPL but wanted to try the ND somedays later. So this review concerns only the CPL. I think the build quality of the CPL is good, superior to the price.The polarization effect of this filter is discernible when looking into the viewer while rotating the CPL (also see the first two pictures I've taken with and without the polarization effect). The effect here is obvious: in the first picture highlights reflected directly from the point light were almost blown out, while leaving the rest of the photo underexposed. In the second one (the camera is in the same setting with Aperture priority), the highlights largely diminished while the whole picture is at a more balanced exposure, drawing more details and colors from the darker areas. Note also the flares created in the second picture by the polarizing effect. Both pictures are raw jpeg and no adjustments were made. The pictures 3-5 were taken with polarization effect on and processed afterwards.In some situations (pictures 6-7), you may notice a gradual effect of polarization if reflections on the windows are spanning the whole picture. This is expected because the direction of reflection changes along the way. For landscape photography, the cloud seems to be more popped out (picture 8) though I did not take a picture without the polarization effect for comparison. I had no experience with other cpl's so by no means of a comparison, but this CPL is worth an investment for a first taste of the CPL. 5Filters that do more harm than good I'm a semi-pro shooting a Nikon D4S with a pretty full collection of newer Nikkor pro lenses. I couldn't find my usual filters and I had these from a few years back so I tossed them on 70-200 f/2.8. How bad can they be? I found the UV filter and polarizer will cause some pretty awful ghosting, robbing your pictures of sharpness. I didn't bother checking the ND filter after how poorly the other two performed. Of course these cheap filters shouldn't be used on pro equipment. The negative effects are less noticeable on a D3400 with a kit lens but they're still present. Honestly, it's not worth spending the money on these given how poorly they perform. Build quality seemed ok but overall I was disappointed with them. 1Great Filters - Great Value! The quality of the product was a lot higher that I was expecting! The case is really nice, and the filters are great. I used the ND4 filter on a video shoot this week, and the footage looks GREAT! The UV filter is always on my Canon 50mm 1.8 - and the images are like it's not even there.I have ordered multiple times from Digital Goja, and each time has been a great experience. Buy with CONFIDENCE! 5
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Professional Photographer Review: Wouldn't Recommend Professional photographer. Wouldn't recommend if you plan on shooting in situations where your subject will be backlit. The filter refracts light and it's visible in the image; looks like you're shooting with a window in front of you.If you just need something to protect the lens, or you're not worried about perfect images, then go for it.Digital Goja has AMAZING customer service though. I sent them a sample image where the filter killed my photo and they sent me a Tiffen filter to try out instead. 2What Polarizer? I took this on a vacation to the Grand Canyon and other parts of Arizona, and was very disappointed with the circular polarizer.No matter how much I turned it, I could detect no difference at all in glare or the saturation of the sky. Before the trip, I watched YouTube videos on how to use circular polarizers, and during the trip I was attentive to keeping the sun as close to a 90-degree angle from my subject and me as was practical. Despite bright sun and highly reflective snow, it was as if I simply had a neutral density filter on the lens.Fortunately, I shoot everything in RAW format, and was able to save my skies in Lightoom. But the polarizer turned out to be a handicap rather than a useful tool... it forced me to open my aperture more than I wanted and to use slower shutter speeds with no appreciable benefit. 1100% Satisfied... These are quality filters. I especially wanted the UV filter for outdoor photography in bright sunlight where the sky is washed out and reflections are a problem. The UV filter brings out the blue sky and the CP filter does a very good job for water reflection. Digital Goja offers products by Altura and I've been really pleased with the quality and price. Digital Goja also has amazingly fast delivery. Definitely check them out. 5Light Reflects @ Night is a No No But, You'll Love the Contrast Using on a Nikon D5500 for my zoom lens 70-300mm AFI used this mainly to photoshoot during the day time to have those UV rays brush off from my angles and shoots. The contrast alone has been solid for my pics and the colors are more saturated when I would use the Polarizer. I hardly used the ND4 since I didn't do much for long exposure and if I did used it, i probably thought it was the Polarizer. I used the regular UV filter mainly as a lens protector and all it has done for me was collect dust or creating light ghosting.PROs:- Colors are contrast- Reflects light away most of the time- Protects your lenses glass- Less work on you when adjusting your exposure and other settings when needing to take a shot during broad daylight.CONs:- Threading it on can be sometimes an issue, just do it slowly.- At night, sometimes its not good to use the UV Filter, it will reflect light onto your pics and you would have a ghosting effect.- Sometimes hard to spin off from the thread of your lens.SUMMING UP:Overall this is a good performer and added bonus that it came with a ND4 filter in case you plan to do a long exposure. My images turn out correctly colored and I wouldn't have to keep adjusting my F stop to it's highest 22+ and having my ISO to 100 wasn't enough to cut light into the shot so, I think the Polarizer has helped me a lot more during broad day light shoots. 41-Stars are Defects. These Things Really Work I think the 1-star reviewers here should ask for a replacement.I am using these filters on a Sony Alpha A5000 and man - they're fantastic. My original intention was to get some cheap filters to put on a decent camera and maybe get my boyfriend interested in photography. I figured the UV filter would keep dust off the lens and didn't expect much from the polarizer.Most of the time I have been using just the UV or the UV + The Polarizer.I stack them, the UV never comes off the lens.Both filters can be removed freely when I want to, and zero of my photos so far have shown lens flare. A few have shown double images but I'll explain that in a moment.One thing you have to understand is that a polarizer fights your camera's autofocus. It darkens the image, and it would seem that the act of polarizing the light makes the camera think things are in focus when they are not. I've seen this on lots of fairly nice Nikon and Sony cameras (never used a Canon, I assume it'll be the same there).When your camera autofocuses poorly, you get a double image. That's all there is to it.You should adjust your viewfinder's diopter if you're seeing a clear image but it's fuzzy when you snap it. You should also be paying attention to your focus indicator because usually your camera knows when something is wrong with the focus.I attached two pictures - both with UV filter and polarizer stacked. One of a seeding salsify and one of text. Both shot at F/9The Salsify is shot at ISO 200 outsideThe text is shot at ISO 1600 insideBoth clear and crisp because I didn't point and shoot - I took the time to get a good shot. Bad optics are bad - but it is the responsibility of the photographer to get good results - be that exchanging a defective filter or spending some time to figure out why your camera is struggling to capture a sharp image.Less than fifteen bucks got me a set of filters that work as described - and make a nice addition to any camera - mirrorless or DSLR. 5Great Value. Polarizer works great. I give the set 4 stars on average:- UV filter: Nice build but it tends to generate flare and ghosting with light sources on the frame. Useful for damage protection, but in challenging situations I removed it.- CLS Polarizer: Awesome filter, works really great. Very useful on sunny days.- ND4: Also has the tendency to generate flare, but it is very useful for portraits with my 30mm f1.4 with lots of light.- Carry pouch: Great addition. I love it. 4Excellent Functionality and Cheap Lens Insurance. UV and Rotating Polaroid Filter is a MUST for every photographer. UV because its the cheap way to protect your expensive lens. The Rotating Polaroid because it lets you chose between the refection and the bottom beneath the water. Also, Rotating Polaroid can yield a dramatic improvement in for example Fall Colors without overusing the Color Saturation lever. The Neutral Density filter can help reduce exposure on a bright day and allow you longer shutter speed to "streak" running water.Otherwise, for Neutral Density Filters, I recommend the use of an adapter and square GRADUATED ND Filters so you can change exposure above or below a landscape horizon. Also, squares can be placed higher and lower (and even tilted) as the needs may be. 5A CPL that works at a low price This CPL comes with a bundle that contains also a UV lens and ND4 at a really low price. My main focus was the CPL but wanted to try the ND somedays later. So this review concerns only the CPL. I think the build quality of the CPL is good, superior to the price.The polarization effect of this filter is discernible when looking into the viewer while rotating the CPL (also see the first two pictures I've taken with and without the polarization effect). The effect here is obvious: in the first picture highlights reflected directly from the point light were almost blown out, while leaving the rest of the photo underexposed. In the second one (the camera is in the same setting with Aperture priority), the highlights largely diminished while the whole picture is at a more balanced exposure, drawing more details and colors from the darker areas. Note also the flares created in the second picture by the polarizing effect. Both pictures are raw jpeg and no adjustments were made. The pictures 3-5 were taken with polarization effect on and processed afterwards.In some situations (pictures 6-7), you may notice a gradual effect of polarization if reflections on the windows are spanning the whole picture. This is expected because the direction of reflection changes along the way. For landscape photography, the cloud seems to be more popped out (picture 8) though I did not take a picture without the polarization effect for comparison. I had no experience with other cpl's so by no means of a comparison, but this CPL is worth an investment for a first taste of the CPL. 5Filters that do more harm than good I'm a semi-pro shooting a Nikon D4S with a pretty full collection of newer Nikkor pro lenses. I couldn't find my usual filters and I had these from a few years back so I tossed them on 70-200 f/2.8. How bad can they be? I found the UV filter and polarizer will cause some pretty awful ghosting, robbing your pictures of sharpness. I didn't bother checking the ND filter after how poorly the other two performed. Of course these cheap filters shouldn't be used on pro equipment. The negative effects are less noticeable on a D3400 with a kit lens but they're still present. Honestly, it's not worth spending the money on these given how poorly they perform. Build quality seemed ok but overall I was disappointed with them. 1Great Filters - Great Value! The quality of the product was a lot higher that I was expecting! The case is really nice, and the filters are great. I used the ND4 filter on a video shoot this week, and the footage looks GREAT! The UV filter is always on my Canon 50mm 1.8 - and the images are like it's not even there.I have ordered multiple times from Digital Goja, and each time has been a great experience. Buy with CONFIDENCE! 5
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