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Tiffen 67mm Linear Polarizer
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Product Description

Polarizers provide color and contrast enhancement. Reflected light often shows up as whitish glare that washes out color in an image. A Polarizer corrects this problem producing deep, dramatically blue skies. It also removes glare from non-metallic surfaces, such as windows and water. Color saturation in general, especially outdoors, can be improved significantly.Linear Polarizers are used with most video and manual focus photo cameras. They are not recommended for auto-focus SLR cameras.

Produces deeper skies and minimizes reflections in black-and-white and color photography.

  • Essential general-use outdoor color filter
  • Can be rotated to achieve desired effect
  • 67mm diameter
  • Reduces glare and reflections from nonmetallic objects and glass surfaces
  • Minimize haze in both color and black-and-white photography

Customer Reviews:

  • Very Happy camper
    The filter was exactly what I wanted. It was properly packed and it works perfect....more info
  • Essential
    A must have for any photographer. The kit is a great value. Buy it. Great quality, above expectations. Made in the USA....more info
  • Worth it for the money......
    ....since it was free. The filter does not appear to have any coatings, it flares and does cause a noticeable reduction in image contrast. I use this only where a protection filter is needed, where there is a spalsh hazard or sand/grit/flying debris in the air. Outside of those situations, be sure to remove this filter before shooting....more info
  • Tiffen 67mm UV Protection Filter
    I bought the Tiffen 67mm UV Protection Filter and was very happy as the seller was right on with his description and the delivery of the item was blazing fast!! I give the seller a 5 star rating! Perfect. I will return to this seller. David...more info
  • Threads Didn't Work
    Everything about these filters seemed great until I tried to thread them together (as I would on the camera). The threads would not fit together. I ended up with Hoya filters which seem to work fine....more info
  • Awesome set of filters
    This set of three filters is great for several reasons.
    First, I have been taking photographs since 1984 and I have always liked Tiffen filters because of their crystal-clear glass they use to make them and their lack of distortion.
    Second, buying these three filters as a set is less expensive than buying each filter individually.
    Third, this filter kit comes with a wallet-type pouch to store the filters that aren't being used. The pouch fits quite nicely in my camera bag next to one of my other telephoto lenses....more info
  • Best Haze Filter on the Market
    Tiffen's Haze-1 filter blocks dramatically more UV light than others on the market... by FAR!...more info
  • Good CPL
    I like Tiffen more than my Hoya. But I think the ring is a little thicker....more info
  • Does the trick
    There isn't much to say about something as simple as a filter. These fit together and work together well and the polarized filter eliminates almost all glare....more info
  • Appears to be used not new
    The UV filter was scored and all the filters had fingerprints on them. The item was advertised as new.
    ...more info
  • Not even effective as no-brand polarizer
    I ordered this polarizer because in some articles i have read that linears are more effective than circular polarizers.
    I have one "hoya circular", one "no-brand circular" polarizers as well. This tiffen did not prove its brand because unfortunately it is not even as effective as my no-brand cheap cheap circular polarizer. Comparing 3 of them i can see hoya-cir is absolutely more effective in wiping reflections.
    My friend has a circular tiffen, it was like the same effective as Hoya-cir. But this linear is a total dissappointment.

    I returned....more info
  • nice starter kit
    it's definitely a great starter kit... but you can take pictures and adjust it on photo programs, so filters are kinda obsolete these days... but not all the time......more info