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Hoya Lenses & Filters Reviews

Updated: Apr 20, 2014 02:00
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#1
alaAverage 5

Hoya 82mm Six Point Cross Screen Glass Filter (6X)

The only filter that is inexpensive, top quality, thin and works with the lens cap and does not change the quality of your pictures and to protect your lens as intended. What more can you ask for? If you have the Canon 16-35mm II lens, this is the one...

5 user reviews

#2
alaAverage 5

HOYA 37UV 37mm UV Filter

I had bought another filter like this, but cheaper, from a NY city photo company on Amazon or EBAY which I had previously respected. Their offering was junk, lots of internal reflections, even though they described it as "coated". I threw it out with...

7 user reviews

#5
alaAverage 5

Hoya UV-IR Cut 52

So far it's doing the job on the BMPCC with Sigma 18-35 f1.8 with Metabones Speed Booster. So far so good.

3 user reviews

#6
alaAverage 5

Hoya NXT UV 37mm Lens Filter

Great product and great price. (Period)

2 user reviews

#7
alaAverage 5

Hoya NXT UV 58MM Multi Coated Slim Frame Glass Filter

Just screw it on and forget about it

2 user reviews

#8
alaAverage 5

Hoya 43mm Introductory Filter Kit (UV, Circ. Polar., Warming Filter & Wallet)

What can I say about these filters that people don't already know. The glass is glass and it's clean with no visible imperfections. The Cpl filter works great for removing non metallic reflections and the NDx8 is perfect for shooting smooth water...

3 user reviews

#9
alaAverage 5

Hoya 46mm Introductory Filter Kit - Ultraviolet (UV), Circular Polarizer...

I have had these filters for quite some time now. They have really helped our pictures turn out better by preventing too much light. This was a common problem as most of our photos are taken outside during the middle of the day. We leave the UV filter...

3 user reviews

#10
alaAverage 5

Hoya 58mm Half Neutral Density (ND) 4x Glass Filter

I am so very glad I spent the extra cash and bought this filter. It'a more than paid for it's self on my weekend trip to Yosemite National Park. I was at the base of Bridelvale Falls trying to take a picture of half sky and half falls that I could not...

2 user reviews

#11
alaAverage 5

Hoya 52mm Orange Filter

These filters allow you to turn any 52 mm lens into an extremely versatile macro lens! For example, take the Canon 50mm 1.8, an extremely good lens for its price, throw on one of these close up filters (or all three!), and you now have a macro lens...

2 user reviews

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#12
alaAverage 4.9

Hoya HMC Nahlinse + 4 67mm

This is a great product and easy to use. Get the right diameter and the filter fits onto the front off your standard lense and opens up the world of close up photgraphy. A bee on a flower, or the stemen of a lilly. This is the type of image that fills...

7 user reviews

#13
alaAverage 4.9

HOYA Filtre polarisant KHPLC55

As a new photographer I needed something that would produce the contrast needed with the skyline. This filter does an excellent job for us newbies, without the high cost. I recommend this product. If you own a top of the line $[...] then I wouldn't,...

6 user reviews

#14
alaAverage 4.8

Hoya 43mm UV (Ultra Violet) Glass Filter

A must have for any camera. It protects your lens from possible scratches and also reduces haze. Can't ask for any more

18 user reviews

#15
alaAverage 4.8

Hoya 82mm Haze UV Filter

The reason usually buy Hoya filters is because (and im pretty sure is)they supply the glass to the major camera brands ie Canon Nikon for use in their higher quality lenses.So by using one of these or other Hoya filters you are getting similar quality...

14 user reviews

#16
alaAverage 4.8

Hoya UV PRO 1 DIGITAL 62 mm

If your after a filter to slow things up and create blurred effects on water etc this is just about perfect.

84 user reviews

#17
alaAverage 4.8

Hoya 86mm UV(C) HMC Slim Multi-Coated Filter (A86UVC)

Works well in bright conditions. Used to photograph kitesurfing on a sunny day good results also doubles as a lens protector

12 user reviews

#18
alaAverage 4.8

Hoya 95mm Linear Polarizer Glass Filter

Works well in bright conditions. Used to photograph kitesurfing on a sunny day good results also doubles as a lens protector

12 user reviews

#19
alaAverage 4.7

Hoya 49mm Vario Cross Lens Filter

I've used various brands of filters in the past, Hoya Pro Digital always rank near the top. High quality glass, easily threads on...and of, does not degrade the color of the shot, good lens protection and at a very fair price, what more can ask for.

566 user reviews

#20
alaAverage 4.7

Hoya ND-8 Pro 1 digital slim 58 mm

This is a quality Hoya 82mm glass filter for all your pro lenses for a good price. The filter has a slim profile and fits perfectly on the lens without it being loose or overly tight. Being made of clear glass it means there should be very little to...

241 user reviews

#21
alaAverage 4.7

Hoya UV filter HD Slim extra dun (hardened glass) 58 mm

Has improved the video quality of my Canon XL2 and I leave it on as a lens protector. Also have one on my Canon 600D. Great filter.

146 user reviews

#22
alaAverage 4.7

Hoya 58mm UV Filter

This filter seems to do it job as well as any other and offers very good value for the money

103 user reviews

#23
alaAverage 4.7

Hoya ND-8 Pro 1 digital slim 55 mm

High quality filter - as usual for this brand. More expensive than others, but in my opinion, well worth it.

27 user reviews

#24
alaAverage 4.7

Hoya UV HMC (C) 77

I bought a 82mm one for 50 bucks, it suppose to be good, even though I am not sure if it's better than other similar filter. But I am wondering I should have chosen a cheaper one, just for protecting the lens.

182 user reviews

#25
alaAverage 4.7

Hoya 49mm Duto Glass Filter

I sent this item back because I noticed no difference when using this filter compared to not using it. I tried it on both my Canon SX40 HS and my Canon Rebel.

72 user reviews

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