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B+W 67mm XS-Pro Clear with Multi-Resistant Coating (007M)

B+W 67mm XS-Pro Clear with Multi-Resistant Coating (007M)

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  • B+W Filters, the leading filter brand for demanding professionals and amateur photographers for more than 50 years.
  • Quality controls are integrated t all key stages of the production process, and a final inspection ensures the B+W standard.
  • Multi-resistant coating (MRC), water-resitant and dirt-repelling, provides scratch resistance and reflection reduction.
  • XS-PRO DIGITAL filters are specifically designed for digital cameras and camcorders.
  • This filter fulfils the desire of many photographers for pure lens protection without a filter effect

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67mm is Not 007M It is not clear nano filter. I got twice for wrong item, it is UV, and also not nano. The box is correct information printed, but item is total wrong. Be extra careful to check it. 1Fake product? Other reviewers for the B+W UV filter (010M) said they received counterfeit products. I was hoping that with the clear version, I might have better luck. But after receiving the products and careful comparison of the prints/fonts on the filter with the manufacturer's two official websites, I am suspicious that I received two counterfeit products.The manufacturer's two official websites all show the logo B+W as in a thickened but somehow compressed "Times New Roman" font. But the two filters I received all show the logo B + W in a tiny Arial font, completely different from what I observed from the official websites.There are many reviews under this B+W Clear filter as well as under the B+W UV filter trying to illustrate which is fake which is genuine, all with mixed or contradicting information. I guess I'll have to return the two filters because the more I read, the more confused and more difficult it becomes to distinguish between fake and genuine.I am thinking that I will place an order of B+W filters directly with Amazon Germany where the filters were manufactured so the chance of getting a fake product will be significantly reduced. Then I can come back to add further comments to describe fake VS genuine. 3According to Amazon, I've bought 6 of these in the last four years... There must be a reason. Yes, indeed, because these filters work great. They aren't as expensive as the super expensive filters but the coatings and clarity are fantastic. First, the coatings. I'm a news editor. So, when I'm using the camera to capture something, I don't tend to think about keeping my equipment clean or protected. I'm only concerned about capturing the shot. So, if it is rainy, or really dusty, or really muddy, I don't deal with the grime on the camera and lenses until I am back in the office. I've found that these particular model of filters have really fantastic coating which makes cleaning a breeze. No more cleaning, and putting the filter back on, only to discover that dust had somehow adhered back onto the filter, so I have to take it off again and start all over. Almost always I can wipe these filters down on both sides, and screw them back onto the lens filter ring without attracting more dust. The clarity is really good as well. I have had filters which had a slightly yellow cast and one that was slightly blue which drove me nuts. These filters don't add a clor cast, I don't have any distortions in the glass. These filters are slightly more expensive than say the Japanese filters, but I find it worth it to pay the higher marginal cost. 5Wrong size & Counterfeit The first filter I received was an 82mm, but I ordered a 62mm. It was definitely an authentic B+W filter. I can tell by the gold engraving on the bronze frame, the weight, and the hologram and QR Code on the box.I returned the item to Amazon, and received a proper size filter. However, it has no QR code or hologram on the box to verify the authenticity, it's lighter in weight than it should be, the tone of the gold lettering on the frame is too light, and the lettering is not engraved - it's painted on. I'm 100% this is a counterfeit. There are many counterfeit B+W filters floating around, unfortunately. 1These are the best! Have been in semi-pro photography for many years, and have used at least 4 other brands of filters as lens protectors for film and digitalcameras. Once I began using a full frame high definition dslr, I found that all of the filters that I had or purchased changed the IQ of myawesome camera lenses. I was so disappointed I removed all of the filters, and the images were perfect. I still wanted an outer glass to protect my lens investment and after reading about the B+W XS-Pro Clear (007) Nano, MRC filters, I bought one. I will tell you, if you can afford to make the leap to this filter, you will never use anything else. I have them installed on all of my lenses. Beautiful picture quality, front lens protection, and first class construction, zero loss of definition. If you have high quality lenses, and a hddslr , I believe these are the very best. Do not purchase the UV model. For digital, you want the Clear (007). Enjoy every pixel your sensor has to offer. Try just one. 5German engineering. The brass housing alone would make these lens filters worth the price. I've had filters with aluminum housings, they were much lighter than these, but required a filter wrench to remove. Those aluminum threads would gall and become more and more difficult to install and remove. I've not had this problem with the self lubricating brass of these B+W filters.The glass is outstanding! Not even a hint of distortion. I have compared photos, with and without, using my sharpest lens (Nikon 24-70 f2.8 G) and cannot tell the difference between the two at high magnification. Get these, you won't regret spending the $$. 5$$$ but it is the best!! I own four lenses and each is protected by B&W! I would not own a lens without this filter on it from the minute it is out of the box. When I order a lens I immediately order the filter. The investment in this filter after spending $$$$ on a lens is a no-brainer. Optically the filter is clean & clear, and has no effect on the lens performance that is detectable with the human eye. I have enlarged a photo to 16x20 that was taken with a lens that had the filter on and I could not see any perfections. I have taken photos with the filter on & off and could not see a difference. yes this is not the cheapest filter on the market, but it is the best!!! 5suspect genuine Owned same filter for several years. Works very well and finally broke when camera was dropped. Purchased what I thought was the same genuine filter. However, three issues: 1) outside box was missing the hologram and QR code 2) inside the plastic case did not have any seal 3) a couple of dust specs were on the glassSo either this is not a genuine B+W filter or it was used. Perhaps it was a used fake. Whichever, it did not meet my expectations like the first one I purchased (through Amazon) several years ago. 1Does what it's supposed to It's clear glass 07 with no blue color reduction like the 10. So for protection, it's perfect for lenses like the 17-55 that tend to pick- up dust or any lens you wNt to protect the front element on and keep color casts away. Important is the 07 vs 10. Most people don't know that the 10's will shift colors on you. You can correct it in post but why just get a 07 And shoot it right in the first place 5Great filters - how to tell counterfeits I have purchased six B + W XS-PRO filters of different kinds in the last 6 weeks using both Amazon Australia and Amazon US as well as a well-known New York-based photographic retailer. This is what I found to help identify 2 suspect filters received, both from US sources through Amazon. Other filters received from Amazon US and replacements from reputable dealers in the US had no issues!I can be very certain that the items sent to me were counterfeit based on the following observations of items in my possession and online research of the manufacturer's and retailers' websites.These comments pertain to additional orders for:(1) B+W 72mm XS-Pro HTC Kaesemann Circular Polarizer with Multi-Resistant Nano Coating, and(2) B+W 77mm XS-Pro Clear with Multi-Resistant Nano Coating (007M)- Weight differential says not brass but aluminium. Does not have the same "solidity" or "weightiness" as genuine article. If you have the equipment to measure small enough, weighing will confirm - both cases- White printed lettering rather than gold embossing or engraving on filter; slightly different font? - both cases- Hologram not consistent with regular B + W boxingin case (1) a poor imitation which just didn't function as a hologram. No proper reflective qualitiesin case (2), the "hologram" was the previously widely reported small green square type with the wording "Genuine Product" (LOL!). This hologram was of a categorically different kind and placed on the front rather than the side of the box- Boxed in old-style packaging no longer used by B + W; contemporary boxing does not have semi-circular see-through cut out any more - both cases; and not evident in any other box containing genuine itemsIn case (1) the box was sealed on top flap with clear plastic strip overwritten with details of filter. No other of the 6 W + B filters received came in sealed boxes. These new boxes have a gold sticker with black printing placed on front of box with filter details and manufacturer ID. Product details with barcode on the narrow face of box opposite the hologram- Both cases had barcoded sticker placed on front or side of box with dealer (Amazon?) part number and the word "NEW" printed underneath some basic filter info. NB: these "barcodes" do not have underlying numbering as with a genuine product barcode but rather only the Amazon/dealer part number printed distinct from the code in different font. Genuine products had no such stickers, ostensibly since product info and barcode sticker already placed on box by manufacturer as described above. Accordingly, these stickers seem only to identify dealer information (similar in both cases) and, by extension, counterfeit products- Clear plastic case containing the filter does not have "B + W FILTER" embossed on it as contemporary product does - both cases- In case (2), where a completely different filter was received, the order of placement of embossed information on the filter ring itself was reversed- And in this case, the wording "XS-Pro DIGITAL" appeared instead of "XS-PRO DIGITAL"- In case (2), the manufacturer's part number on box did not correlate with the product ordered. In this case, neither the advertised description as ordered nor the information on the box could be correlated with information printed on the actual filter itself. Wrong product in the wrong box and neither what I ordered! Obvious giveaways, to be sure, but worth mentioning as to the lengths these shysters will go to make the deception look real enough to vendors (who thereby remain 'innocent') to avoid scrutinyThe good news is that real B + W 'XS-PRO' filters are actually really good value, even at the price, and of such excellent quality and performance that these characteristics become even more obvious once you experience the real thing. The brass construction and fine-tolerance machining means that they glide on with a silky smooth action and you'll probably never have to use a filter wrench. The snug fit means you don't have to overtighten. Once replaced with genuine items, the polarizer produced dramatic effects on reflections from otherwise over-bright, over-exposed, shiny or wet surfaces, deepened wishy-washy blue skies, and sharpened cloud formation details.I now use B + W XS-PRO clear optical glass with nano coatings on all my lenses for protection only. Don't bother with UV filters of any kind if you have a high-end DSLR since the camera itself filters UV light. And that's another thing about fakes: they smudge so much more easily and it's far more difficult to remove smears and grease than with a genuine high-end B + W product with their 8 protective coatings. Comparatively, within the B + W range, the more expensive high-end filters with nano coatings show significant differences in both production and performance quality and their ability to resist smearing and scuffing such as to fully justify the price.Brass as opposed to aluminium allows for finer tolerances and is clearly superior overall. Moreover, once I had the real thing and experienced the high technical performance of the polarizers and neutral density filters, I couldn't contemplate anything less than the B + W top range any more. And if you're paying a couple of thousand or more for a lens, when it makes no difference to your image quality, it just becomes sensible to protect the front end of the lens in the event of bumps or more serious accident. A brass clear protector ring, as opposed to aluminium (aluminum), will not crush or distort as easily in a camera drop and so also supports the overall shape and structure of the front end of the lens and just might help avoid more serious damage.Happily, I've been able to claim and receive full refunds from both Amazon and third-party dealers and replace the fakes through Amazon itself and a reliable photographic shop in New York.Thanks to all those who've posted info about fakes and helped me to identify the counterfeits. The job would have been harder if not impossible without your information to alert me initially to what was going on. Hope this continues to help.The real deal B + W XS-PRO filters are 6 stars all day long!! 5
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67mm is Not 007M It is not clear nano filter. I got twice for wrong item, it is UV, and also not nano. The box is correct information printed, but item is total wrong. Be extra careful to check it. 1Fake product? Other reviewers for the B+W UV filter (010M) said they received counterfeit products. I was hoping that with the clear version, I might have better luck. But after receiving the products and careful comparison of the prints/fonts on the filter with the manufacturer's two official websites, I am suspicious that I received two counterfeit products.The manufacturer's two official websites all show the logo B+W as in a thickened but somehow compressed "Times New Roman" font. But the two filters I received all show the logo B + W in a tiny Arial font, completely different from what I observed from the official websites.There are many reviews under this B+W Clear filter as well as under the B+W UV filter trying to illustrate which is fake which is genuine, all with mixed or contradicting information. I guess I'll have to return the two filters because the more I read, the more confused and more difficult it becomes to distinguish between fake and genuine.I am thinking that I will place an order of B+W filters directly with Amazon Germany where the filters were manufactured so the chance of getting a fake product will be significantly reduced. Then I can come back to add further comments to describe fake VS genuine. 3According to Amazon, I've bought 6 of these in the last four years... There must be a reason. Yes, indeed, because these filters work great. They aren't as expensive as the super expensive filters but the coatings and clarity are fantastic. First, the coatings. I'm a news editor. So, when I'm using the camera to capture something, I don't tend to think about keeping my equipment clean or protected. I'm only concerned about capturing the shot. So, if it is rainy, or really dusty, or really muddy, I don't deal with the grime on the camera and lenses until I am back in the office. I've found that these particular model of filters have really fantastic coating which makes cleaning a breeze. No more cleaning, and putting the filter back on, only to discover that dust had somehow adhered back onto the filter, so I have to take it off again and start all over. Almost always I can wipe these filters down on both sides, and screw them back onto the lens filter ring without attracting more dust. The clarity is really good as well. I have had filters which had a slightly yellow cast and one that was slightly blue which drove me nuts. These filters don't add a clor cast, I don't have any distortions in the glass. These filters are slightly more expensive than say the Japanese filters, but I find it worth it to pay the higher marginal cost. 5Wrong size & Counterfeit The first filter I received was an 82mm, but I ordered a 62mm. It was definitely an authentic B+W filter. I can tell by the gold engraving on the bronze frame, the weight, and the hologram and QR Code on the box.I returned the item to Amazon, and received a proper size filter. However, it has no QR code or hologram on the box to verify the authenticity, it's lighter in weight than it should be, the tone of the gold lettering on the frame is too light, and the lettering is not engraved - it's painted on. I'm 100% this is a counterfeit. There are many counterfeit B+W filters floating around, unfortunately. 1These are the best! Have been in semi-pro photography for many years, and have used at least 4 other brands of filters as lens protectors for film and digitalcameras. Once I began using a full frame high definition dslr, I found that all of the filters that I had or purchased changed the IQ of myawesome camera lenses. I was so disappointed I removed all of the filters, and the images were perfect. I still wanted an outer glass to protect my lens investment and after reading about the B+W XS-Pro Clear (007) Nano, MRC filters, I bought one. I will tell you, if you can afford to make the leap to this filter, you will never use anything else. I have them installed on all of my lenses. Beautiful picture quality, front lens protection, and first class construction, zero loss of definition. If you have high quality lenses, and a hddslr , I believe these are the very best. Do not purchase the UV model. For digital, you want the Clear (007). Enjoy every pixel your sensor has to offer. Try just one. 5German engineering. The brass housing alone would make these lens filters worth the price. I've had filters with aluminum housings, they were much lighter than these, but required a filter wrench to remove. Those aluminum threads would gall and become more and more difficult to install and remove. I've not had this problem with the self lubricating brass of these B+W filters.The glass is outstanding! Not even a hint of distortion. I have compared photos, with and without, using my sharpest lens (Nikon 24-70 f2.8 G) and cannot tell the difference between the two at high magnification. Get these, you won't regret spending the $$. 5$$$ but it is the best!! I own four lenses and each is protected by B&W! I would not own a lens without this filter on it from the minute it is out of the box. When I order a lens I immediately order the filter. The investment in this filter after spending $$$$ on a lens is a no-brainer. Optically the filter is clean & clear, and has no effect on the lens performance that is detectable with the human eye. I have enlarged a photo to 16x20 that was taken with a lens that had the filter on and I could not see any perfections. I have taken photos with the filter on & off and could not see a difference. yes this is not the cheapest filter on the market, but it is the best!!! 5suspect genuine Owned same filter for several years. Works very well and finally broke when camera was dropped. Purchased what I thought was the same genuine filter. However, three issues: 1) outside box was missing the hologram and QR code 2) inside the plastic case did not have any seal 3) a couple of dust specs were on the glassSo either this is not a genuine B+W filter or it was used. Perhaps it was a used fake. Whichever, it did not meet my expectations like the first one I purchased (through Amazon) several years ago. 1Does what it's supposed to It's clear glass 07 with no blue color reduction like the 10. So for protection, it's perfect for lenses like the 17-55 that tend to pick- up dust or any lens you wNt to protect the front element on and keep color casts away. Important is the 07 vs 10. Most people don't know that the 10's will shift colors on you. You can correct it in post but why just get a 07 And shoot it right in the first place 5Great filters - how to tell counterfeits I have purchased six B + W XS-PRO filters of different kinds in the last 6 weeks using both Amazon Australia and Amazon US as well as a well-known New York-based photographic retailer. This is what I found to help identify 2 suspect filters received, both from US sources through Amazon. Other filters received from Amazon US and replacements from reputable dealers in the US had no issues!I can be very certain that the items sent to me were counterfeit based on the following observations of items in my possession and online research of the manufacturer's and retailers' websites.These comments pertain to additional orders for:(1) B+W 72mm XS-Pro HTC Kaesemann Circular Polarizer with Multi-Resistant Nano Coating, and(2) B+W 77mm XS-Pro Clear with Multi-Resistant Nano Coating (007M)- Weight differential says not brass but aluminium. Does not have the same "solidity" or "weightiness" as genuine article. If you have the equipment to measure small enough, weighing will confirm - both cases- White printed lettering rather than gold embossing or engraving on filter; slightly different font? - both cases- Hologram not consistent with regular B + W boxingin case (1) a poor imitation which just didn't function as a hologram. No proper reflective qualitiesin case (2), the "hologram" was the previously widely reported small green square type with the wording "Genuine Product" (LOL!). This hologram was of a categorically different kind and placed on the front rather than the side of the box- Boxed in old-style packaging no longer used by B + W; contemporary boxing does not have semi-circular see-through cut out any more - both cases; and not evident in any other box containing genuine itemsIn case (1) the box was sealed on top flap with clear plastic strip overwritten with details of filter. No other of the 6 W + B filters received came in sealed boxes. These new boxes have a gold sticker with black printing placed on front of box with filter details and manufacturer ID. Product details with barcode on the narrow face of box opposite the hologram- Both cases had barcoded sticker placed on front or side of box with dealer (Amazon?) part number and the word "NEW" printed underneath some basic filter info. NB: these "barcodes" do not have underlying numbering as with a genuine product barcode but rather only the Amazon/dealer part number printed distinct from the code in different font. Genuine products had no such stickers, ostensibly since product info and barcode sticker already placed on box by manufacturer as described above. Accordingly, these stickers seem only to identify dealer information (similar in both cases) and, by extension, counterfeit products- Clear plastic case containing the filter does not have "B + W FILTER" embossed on it as contemporary product does - both cases- In case (2), where a completely different filter was received, the order of placement of embossed information on the filter ring itself was reversed- And in this case, the wording "XS-Pro DIGITAL" appeared instead of "XS-PRO DIGITAL"- In case (2), the manufacturer's part number on box did not correlate with the product ordered. In this case, neither the advertised description as ordered nor the information on the box could be correlated with information printed on the actual filter itself. Wrong product in the wrong box and neither what I ordered! Obvious giveaways, to be sure, but worth mentioning as to the lengths these shysters will go to make the deception look real enough to vendors (who thereby remain 'innocent') to avoid scrutinyThe good news is that real B + W 'XS-PRO' filters are actually really good value, even at the price, and of such excellent quality and performance that these characteristics become even more obvious once you experience the real thing. The brass construction and fine-tolerance machining means that they glide on with a silky smooth action and you'll probably never have to use a filter wrench. The snug fit means you don't have to overtighten. Once replaced with genuine items, the polarizer produced dramatic effects on reflections from otherwise over-bright, over-exposed, shiny or wet surfaces, deepened wishy-washy blue skies, and sharpened cloud formation details.I now use B + W XS-PRO clear optical glass with nano coatings on all my lenses for protection only. Don't bother with UV filters of any kind if you have a high-end DSLR since the camera itself filters UV light. And that's another thing about fakes: they smudge so much more easily and it's far more difficult to remove smears and grease than with a genuine high-end B + W product with their 8 protective coatings. Comparatively, within the B + W range, the more expensive high-end filters with nano coatings show significant differences in both production and performance quality and their ability to resist smearing and scuffing such as to fully justify the price.Brass as opposed to aluminium allows for finer tolerances and is clearly superior overall. Moreover, once I had the real thing and experienced the high technical performance of the polarizers and neutral density filters, I couldn't contemplate anything less than the B + W top range any more. And if you're paying a couple of thousand or more for a lens, when it makes no difference to your image quality, it just becomes sensible to protect the front end of the lens in the event of bumps or more serious accident. A brass clear protector ring, as opposed to aluminium (aluminum), will not crush or distort as easily in a camera drop and so also supports the overall shape and structure of the front end of the lens and just might help avoid more serious damage.Happily, I've been able to claim and receive full refunds from both Amazon and third-party dealers and replace the fakes through Amazon itself and a reliable photographic shop in New York.Thanks to all those who've posted info about fakes and helped me to identify the counterfeits. The job would have been harder if not impossible without your information to alert me initially to what was going on. Hope this continues to help.The real deal B + W XS-PRO filters are 6 stars all day long!! 5
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