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Marumi

Marumi DHG Super Lens Protect 55mm Filter

5.0
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Description

  • Ultra-low reflective coating minimizes reflection off internal CCD and CMOS sensors
  • Multicoated (6 coatings) optical glass filter
  • Hard protection: Coating guards from scratches
  • Low profile: Just 5mm high
  • Made in Japan

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Customer Reviews

This is a great quality productThe Filter came earlier than promised date,thank you!This is a great quality product,made in JapanI have a lot of "Hoya" filters (8 on my lenses) ,they are great ones,but more expensive tooI took a lot of pictures with the new Marumi yesterday without and with the filter on my Tamron 150-600 G2 under the same settings and camera on tripod,then checked them on my big monitor and Did NOT find a gram difference !!In future i definitely will purchase only Marumi filters,since there is no difference in the quality at all compere with the more expensive onesThank you Marumi , your filter is such a great product!!! 5used this filter for a few months now and still in perfect condition. easy to clean (anti finger\water protection) and ...As soon as I received Marumi filter I started my tests. This filter is built very well, against the top of the line filters, I can say that Optically, haze, light reflection, light transmission, clarity, chromatic aberration is not existent with this filter, multicoating is the same as any other expensive top of the line filter. tested it vs hoya and B&w. Marumi gives the same quality but with a bit lower price.used this filter for a few months now and still in perfect condition.easy to clean (anti finger\water protection) and scratch protection really makes my nature photo sessions a breeze.The filter is really easy to screw on top of your lens, I can barely notice it due to slim design.I hit my lens on the table corner with this filter on. I was really amazed that after that hit nothing happened... not even a scratch.I can recommend this product with full heart. 5Always MarumiMarumi Super DHG filters have served me well over the past few years. Yes, there are far cheaper filters but optically these are terrific, add little distortion if any to your lens/camera setup, and the Super DHG models are so easy to clean. Tiffen filters - when they get dirty cleaning them is a real chore, but not these Marumi filters. Well machined too, I've never had a problem with them matching the threads on my lenses like some of the cheap filters. Nice plastic reusable storage container comes with each filter so that you can take them off and store them in your bag in the field. 5Clear lens which doesn't distort the white balanceI traded in a B & W Haze filter for this. The BW is built to last, but so is this. This Japanese made filter is totally clear and won't distort the colors like the BW did on my Fuji X-S1. Perhaps using a custom white balance would have solved the problem, but there goes using the metered Kelvin feature or the built in (and excellent) auto white balance. There was no measurable affect on my older Canon 10D using the BW, but the Fuji didn't like it. Marumi must have known the potential and created a product to satisfy that market demand. Before and after testing proves no diminishing of (the already not class leading) resolution of my Fuji camera. 5Wonderful Product and does not hurt your shots...You cannot go wrong with these filters, for the price, and construction they are on par with many higher end models. I picked up this model and few others from the line, they have all performed brilliantly.I have tried cheap filters and I was just throwing my money away. Borrowed a few B&W filters from a friend for a weekend and was amazed, he then suggested this brand based on an article he read. Figured I would pick them up from Amazon, fieasy return policy, and saw some great reviews here on them as well.Picked up three Marumi filters from for the price of one from B&W and will purchase more in the future. 5Marumi DHG Super MC: Good basic lens protection, and then someBuying a decent quality filter to protect a good lens can be an exercise in how much one feels like reading often-conflicting reviews and opinions. It's sometimes as bad as reading reviews and analysis with comments as to why one DSLR may be better than another, or why one zoom lens may produce 0.2% more barrel distortion than another. We've all seen them. But this Marumi DHG Super MC Lens Protect Slim Safety Filter 52mm seems to be one of the less pretentious and more straightforward filters of its type in a competitive market, and now I have a few of them.Likes:+ Excellent machining and optical quality throughout; filter is made in Japan+ Low profile, 5mm depth; no edge vignetting even when stacked with a polarizer+ Hard multicoated protection; fingerprints and water spots wipe off easier+ Black edge treated non-reflective rim; eliminates reflectionsDislikes:- None foundYears ago it was the UV vs. skylight filter argument, and then multicoated filters arrived on the market, and that seemed to change everything. Photographers bought these arguments in many cases, and were often caught up in the maelstrom of getting rid of perfectly good filters for the sake of having the latest and greatest piece of glass on the front of their lens.But along the way something was forgotten, an even older point that was forgotten over the years: drop your lens and the chances are slim that the front glass element will get damaged. It's the filter threads on the front of the lens that usually gets the impact, and as any camera repairman can tell you, this can get costly to the point of being prohibitive in some cases. One good way to protect against this is to use your lens shade; the other is to use a UV, skylight or protective filter. Just because a lens may be reasonably priced is no reason to put a cheap and possibly inferior filter on it. I fortunately have a small supply of the older Nikon 52mm L37C UV haze filters that have been in use for years, but the Nikon 52mm Screw-on NC Filter is its multi-coated replacement, and does not affect color balance. It's a protective filter that also reduces glare for outdoor shooting. If you explore here, you'll find others, such as some from Hoya, Sigma and others. It's a subjective choice, but be sure to get a good one.Going against current manufacturing trends, the Marumi DHG Super MC filter is made in Japan, and comes packaged in a rectangular clamshell package with nothing touching the filter surface. Some filters come in soft plastic pouches where the plastic rubs against the surface when in transit, which isn't good. This filter is well made, with no play between the glass and the metal ring. The six-layer low reflective multicoating on this DHG (Digital High Grade) filter keeps reflections from bouncing between the back side of the filter and the front element of the lens. The black non-reflective satin metal frame helps to eliminate reflections, and Marumi notes that a black ink process has been used on the glass edge to eliminate flare. The frame has some slight ribbing on the edge of the metal frame to make it easier for removal when necessary. This is considered to be a low-profile filter, and in actual use exhibited no edge vignetting even when stacked with a polarizer.Giving credit where credit is due, had read various blurbs about the Marumi Super DHG Filters, but a friend who is a sports photographer had personally recommended them highly, noting that they were excellent for guarding against oily smudges and water spots, something that he encounters regularly. I found the same and eliminated the problems with the use of a simple microfiber cloth. Under a far more adverse situation (following a bombing fly-by run by a seagull), found that using a LensPen NLP-1 worked, as noted in my review of the same. A thorough follow-up with a Nikon MicroKlear Cleaning Cloth completed the job when I returned home.Bottom Line:This Marumi DHG Super MC Lens Protect Slim Safety Filter 52mm is an excellent product for basic lens protection, and it's more reasonably priced than might be expected. The first was purchased earlier this year to protect a new Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX Lens that I had purchased here, and even though I already have an array of Nikon and Hoya 52mm filters, this seemed to closely resemble the Nikon NC Filter in terms of being color neutral. You may have to search here for your size, but this is a highly recommended 5-star product, and I'm glad that I listened to the advice of my friend.9/12/2012 5MARUMI is new to me but iI like itTHIS Iis the first Maruti glass i have used. I have had only a short time and from the iQ of the first 37 images it is a keeper.Its on a Pentax DFA 150-450mm lens and the combo gave great. no super great pictures.The price on Maruti glass is reasonable, cheaper than B+W and Hoya. I would recommend this filter to all; in need of a lens protector. 5Great filterI bought this for my Nikkor 58/1.4. Absolutely love it. No negative effects on IQ and very difficult to get it dirty.I don t see any advantages from comparable brands like B+W, Heliopan, etc when compared to Marumi s DHG Super. The marumi is the easiest to clean in fact.I would recommend it to anyone looking for lens protectors. 5Best lens protector I have experiencedI bought this for my Nikkor 105/1.4. Absolutely love it. No negative effects on IQ and very difficult to get it dirty.I don t see any advantages from comparable brands like B+W, Heliopan, etc when compared to Marumi s DHG Super. The marumi is the easiest to clean in fact.I would recommend it to anyone looking for lens protectors. 5Awesome HQ filter that still allows hood to go on and offI was in the market for a high quality clear filter to put on my Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 lens that I use with my Nikon D800. Knowing that UV is not a problem with digital sensors, it didn't matter to me whether or not the filter cut the UV radiation. What mattered to me was protection for my front element and to help keep the moisture/dust off of it. My initial thought was to buy a B+W filter to match my XS-Pro Kaesemann CP. However, the B+W filters are too wide to allow a lens hood onto the lens. With the CP filter on I wasn't too concerned that I could not use my hood but I intended leaving this clear filter on and thus wanted the ability to use my lens hood. So I began a search of lens filters that are high enough quality glass to match a lens as nice as this Nikkor but also one that would allow my hood to come on and off. After much research I came upon the Marumi DHG lens filters. Review after review placed these filters near to or equal in quality to the B+W series. In addition to allowing my hood to fit, they retailed at around half the price of the B+W filters. So I decided to give one a try to see if it truly was a nice as I had read.The filter came in a small plastic filter box. Inspection of the filter showed it was clean, free of dust or particles and required no additional cleaning (something that many other filters seem to require). The filter ring is metalic, similar to the B+W filters, and very solidly constructed. Threading it required a little extra finesse to get right but being a left-handed person, this could easily have been an operator error. I then took a series of photos with and without the filter on and could see absolutely no difference in lighting, vignetting or color rendition. The next morning was particularly foggy and I took it out before sun-up to get some fog images. I had no trouble with moisture on the lens and more importantly, I was not worried about my actual lens elements getting moisture with the filter attached.All in all, I'm very pleased with my choice of Marumi DHG filter for my Nikkor 24-70mm lens. I was more than willing to spend 2 to 3 times the price to insure my front element remain protected and probably would have if not for the issue of my hood. But fortunately, I was able to achieve a quality equal to B+W glass that will also allow my hood to go on and off. I am currently considering purchasing a Marumi ND filter. If and when I do, I'll update my findings on the quality of Marumi products. 5
Marumi DHG Super Lens Protect 55mm Filter

Marumi DHG Super Lens Protect 55mm Filter

5.0
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€62,00
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€62,00
Regular price
€102,00
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