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  1. Platinum™ - 67mm Circular Polarizer Lens Filter

    Your price for this item is $14.99
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    The regular price is $34.99
  2. Platinum™ - 49mm UV Lens Filter

    Your price for this item is $13.99
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    The regular price is $15.99
  3. Sunpak - Circle 67mm Polarizer Lens Filter

    Model: DF-67MM-CP
    SKU: 6568236

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    Your price for this item is $29.99
  4. Sunpak - Circle 77mm Ultraviolet Lens Filter

    Your price for this item is $22.99
  5. Sunpak - Circle 49mm Polarizer Lens Filter

    Model: DF-49MM-CP
    SKU: 6568237

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    Your price for this item is $18.99
  6. Sunpak - Circle 55mm Ultraviolet Lens Filter

    Model: DF-55MM-UV
    SKU: 6568238

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  7. Sunpak - Circle 49mm Ultraviolet Lens Filter

    Your price for this item is $12.99
  8. Sunpak - Circle 58mm Polarizer Lens Filter

    Model: DF-58MM-CP
    SKU: 6568230

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  9. Sunpak - Circle 58mm Ultraviolet Lens Filter

    Model: DF-58MM-UV
    SKU: 6568235

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  11. Sunpak - Circle 67mm Ultraviolet Lens Filter

    Model: DF-67MM-UV
    SKU: 6568231

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    Your price for this item is $19.99
  12. Hoya - 67MM NXT Plus UV Filter

    Model: A-NXTPL67UV
    SKU: 6434251
    Your price for this item is $44.99
  13. Platinum™ - 49mm Circular Polarizer Lens Filter

    Your price for this item is $11.99
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    The regular price is $27.99
  14. Platinum™ - 72mm and 77mm Variable Neutral Density (ND) Lens Filter

    Model: PT-MC400VND77
    SKU: 5029013
    Your price for this item is $20.99
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    The regular price is $49.99
  15. Hoya - 77MM NXT Plus UV Filter

    Model: A-NXTPL77UV
    SKU: 6434250
    Your price for this item is $64.99
  16. Platinum™ - 67mm UV Lens Filter

    Your price for this item is $21.99
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    The regular price is $24.99
  17. Platinum™ - 58mm UV Lens Filter

    Your price for this item is $7.49
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    The regular price is $17.99
  18. Hoya - 77MM NXT Plus CRPL Filter

    Model: A-NXTPL77CRPL
    SKU: 6434229
    Your price for this item is $112.99
  19. Platinum™ - 58mm Circular Polarizer Lens Filter

    Your price for this item is $25.99
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Buying a lens filter.

Choosing the best camera filter.

Whether you are learning basic photography or honing more advanced skills, using a digital camera filter can dramatically improve your photos. When selecting your first lens filter or two, you might be overwhelmed by the numerous options. A good place to start could be the polarizing lens filter and the UV lens filter.

UV filters, which cut down ultraviolet rays, can reduce the appearance of haze created by pollution or moisture in the air. These kinds of filters range in strength based on the thickness of the UV coating. Thicker ones may need exposure compensation to avoid adding an amber effect to the picture. Polarizing filters can act in a similar way, depending on the model you choose. More specifically, however, they excel at increasing saturation within your photos, making clouds pop and reducing glare.

Other lens filters can reduce certain areas of the color spectrum for color effects (enhancing and intensifying filters), increase your aperture options when shooting in bright light (ND filters) and more. So, it is best to do extensive research when choosing new camera filter lens modifications for your photography needs.

Getting the most out of your camera filter.

You can use a lens filter with any DSLR camera or mirrorless camera lens. Not only can it enhance your photos, but it can also protect the lens itself from scratches, dust and wear and tear. In fact, you may want to use a protective lens filter even when you are not looking to add specific filter effects.

To get the longest use out of your filter, choose one made with quality glass. High-end glass filters will be more expensive, but they are built to last a long time and bring top-notch quality to your work. While most photographers use conventional glass screw-on filters, some also use square or rectangular options made of other materials with unique qualities. For the conventional screw-on filters, you will need to choose a model that is compatible with your lens brand and size.

Other camera accessories that will improve your photography include camera flashes and light reflectors and modifiers, both of which give you more control over your lighting. If you work indoors, you may also need to invest in a studio backdrop.

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