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Sigma 72mm DG UV Filter

Sigma 72mm DG UV Filter
alaAverage 5

6 reviews

Apr, 2014

We have collected and analyzed 6 user reviews from international sources. Users rate it 100/100. The average review date is Nov 26, 2010. We have compared these reviews to 222172 reviews from other Lenses & Filters. Last update: Apr 20, 2014.

Review analysis

(Based on 6 reviews)

User Reviews  

Showing 1 - 5 of 5 Show Reviews: in English | in other languages (1)

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As Good as Hoya Pro\'s

 

Having replaced many of my old polarising filters, some of which were Hoya\'s, including pro-digitals, with the Sigma range, I bought 2 of these for my Nikkor DX 18-200 and Nikkor 24-120 G lenses. Sigma filters feel strong, look discreet but in a...

Clear Optics","Easy To Use","Firm Mount","Strong Construction

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The Best Range of Polarisers

 

I believe that Sigma\'s EX range of filters, especially the polarisers are better than Hoya Pro-Digital\'s. This 72mm joins my other Sigma\'s as I slowly replace my old polarisers. For both my Nikkor 18-200mm and 24-120mm zoom lenses, this filter...

Clear Optics","Consistent Effect","Easily Mounted","Firm Mount","Strong Construction

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What Filter?

 

To qualify the review title, the mark of a good uv filter is, arguably, that one doesn't notice it. This is the case here. The filter is clearly well made and fulfils the important function of preventing damage to the front element of a several-hundred...

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Consumer review by:

What Filter?

 

To qualify the review title, the mark of a good uv filter is, arguably, that one doesn\'t notice it. This is the case here. The filter is clearly well made and fulfils the important function of preventing damage to the front element of a...

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Simple Filter but very good

 

I have had several different makes of filters, but this one appears to be just fine on my 12-60 Olympus lens. The price is not bad either.

Product Specifications

Close-up lenses are high-quality optical magnifying lenses which shorten the close-focusing distance of the lens. It allows the lens to go closer to the subject than before and to achieve a larger image scale. This particular attachment is designed to screw onto the front of any lens with a 72mm filter diameter.
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