• AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
  • AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
  • AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
  • AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
  • AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
  • AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
  • AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter
AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter

AGFA 72mm Multi-Coated Circular Polarizing (CPL) Filter

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  • Multi-Coated
  • Saturates colors
  • Whitens Clouds

Customer Reviews

Made in China & Dirty I opened my brand new filter today and saw right away that it is extremely dirty . The glass was cloudy and smudged badly on both sides . Looks like somebody cleaned it with a pair of sweaty underwear and some spit . It's big and clunky like most Chinese made filters . It's not even nice enough to warrant a cleaning , the coating would probably rub off before it comes clean . My advice , steer clear of AGFA "Japan Optics" , they are manufactured in China and have no quality control . 1Good low cost polarizer, but doesn't compare to the high end ones I wasn't expecting much for this polarizer, but it delivers a lot for a low price.Some good things:-machining is spot on, screws onto my camera easily with just the right amount of pressure to tighten.-rotating polarizer requires a good amount of pressure to rotate, and is not loose.-does in fact work as a polarizing filter.Now for some things that could be fixed:-the worst part about this filter is there is some aberration in the glass. In particular there was one football-shaped section that pointed from the center to the edge of the filter, and would spin around as I try to tune the polarizer. The good news is it's almost impossible to see on your camera screen unless you have a very small pattern in your field of view. Actually this might be a bad thing since it'd probably come up more on your computer afterwards...-my filter came with a few small tool marks on the threads, this didn't seem to impact my ability to install the filter but it sure doesn't look right.-this filter doesn't seem to work as well as other circular polarizers I've tested in stores. It can remove the majority of the glare from windows etc but it cannot remove it all.If you can't afford a $60+ circular polarizer (like me) then this one will not disappoint you (much). However, if you do have $60 you should probably invest in a better filter that will get you better quality, 4This thing really works !! I was initially unsure of my purchase but after receiving the Agfa CPL, I was very pleased with it & felt that I had made the correct choice . The filter is much much cheaper compared to other CPL's like Hoya but has a good build quality & glass. The reason I chose the Agfa CPL over Hoya was :1) Cost2) Multi-Coated3) Huge confusion around multiple variants of the same Hoya Product with large variations in build quality ( Green series , HMC , SHMC,) and whether the baseline model is multi coated or not.Check out my sample images that show the Agfa CPL in action , so far I've tested it in-home only with very positive results . Will update outdoor test results later.Pros:- Multi coating that actually works with no reflections- Does its job of cutting our reflections very well- CostCons- The outer ring was a bit oily due to the lubrication ...nothing that a lens cleaner & a cotton swab cant solve .Overall very satisfied with my purchase , I would definitely recommend it to someone looking for a good multi coated CPL without wanting to spend too much money 5It polarizes--but it also degrades my images I'm a macro/nature photographer with some commercial experience, now getting into wildlife photography and longer lenses. I want a CPL to increase sky contrast and reduce reflections, while keeping distortion and flare to a minimum. When I bought this product, I thought that an AGFA-brand CPL would suit my needs.This AGFA filter tested positive for circular polarization, as well as an ability to cut surface reflections and Rayleigh Scattering--the band of strongly polarized sky 90 degrees to the sun. However, is polarization the only criteria for a CPL filter? I care greatly for image sharpness and contrast, having invested a lot in quality optics, which I don't want compromised by a filter. To determine how sharpness, contrast, and distortion are affected by this CPL, I embarked on a series of tests.Equipment used: Nikon D300S with Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED IF AF-S VR (67mm filter). This is a very sharp lens in its "sweet spot" of 135-220mm, good enough to be used for some closeup work. As I said, I have taken photos commercially and am quite able to capture images that are consistently sharp, provided the optics are good.Near focus test: I focused on a highly-detailed subject at 200mm set to f8, focusing at the near end of its range (5ft) while using a tripod for support w/remote shutter release. Without any filter, the lens is remarkably sharp throughout most of the image, rendering the finest lines crisply. But once I installed this CPL, it became immediately apparent the filter confuses the autofocus on the camera; a dozen shots produced very blurry pictures. To determine absolute sharpness, I turned off autofocus and focused on the pattern manually (I have some experience doing this). Out of a dozen bracketed photos, not a single picture was satisfactorily sharp. The results were both blurry and low-contrast, indicating the filter optics are poor. See my test pictures in the gallery.Far focus test: Here I used a sharply-defined daylit subject: a parking sign at 275ft with the lens set to f8 at 210mm. Without any filter, the image is both crisp and high-contrast, a testament to Nikon's lens engineering. Then I put on the CPL, and once more the images took a turn for the worst. Again, the autofocus did not work correctly with the CPL. Therefore I switched to manual focus, taking a dozen bracketed shots. The results were poor. This CPL ruined this lens's ability to capture details and contrast; it even introduced distortion. I have posted a test picture, clearly showing the detrimental effect this CPL has on lens performance.Conclusions: while the AGFA CPL performs satisfactorily as a circular polarizer, it interferes too much with autofocus at any focal distance as to render it inoperable. I find this result perplexing. As the CPL only reduces incoming light by one f-stop, that's hardly enough to affect focusing on a daylit subject. Just by looking at this CPL, it's hard to see why it would blur, distort, and reduce contrast so much--perhaps the polarization grating and quarter-wave plate are poorly mated? Whatever the cause, the results are simply unacceptable to me. As a replacement, I bought this top-rated Marumi DHG CPL --which does not detectably compromise AF or image quality. For comprehensive testing of this Marumi CPL and other top brands, visit LensTip. 2> DOES THE JOB DESCRIPTION> This is a circular polarizing filter. You don't need to worry about the distinction between circular and non-circular. A circular will work on all cameras just as well as a non-circular. Non-circular polarizing filters have problems with the meters on some cameras, particularly non-interchangeable lens point-and-shoot cameras.PROS> At less than $6 with free shipping, a fabulous bargain> Multicoated (important, some cheap filters aren't)> Seems well builtCONS> Comes in a big 3 1/2" square X 1/2" thick plastic case which is too big for a gadget bag. I keep mine in a stiff paper "envelope" in a tiny zip-close bag.> Thick, may vignette very wide angle lenses, or when used with lenshoods which already have a tight angle.> A lenshood is highly recommended when using any filter---but you want to avoid long heavy screw-in lenshoods with polarizing filters, because the leverage can break the filter.> To be maximally effective, you need to be able to manually rotate the filter, that can be a problem with lenshoods which bayonet-on over filters, etc. For example on my Zuiko 60mm macro, the polarizer is covered by the bayonet hood, and therefore cannot be rotated with the hood extended. Fortunately, this unusually designed hood collapses in place. So, you can collapse the hood, adjust the polarizer, and then re-extend the hood. 5Does what it is supposed to do and does it well !!! I have been using my 62mm AGFA CPL for several months and am really impressed with the job it does.I like it so well that I intend to buy two more, one for the wife's camera and a spare to have around just-in-case.We both have identical DSLRs, except her's has a 18-250 Sigma and mine has a 18-270 Tamron (in case you are wondering, the Sigma is much the better lens, at least in our case); on a bright clear day in January, we spent a day outside taking some over 500 pictures apiece.She had misplaced her filters and was using only the UV filter that is always on her lens; I had the AGFA CPL on mine.The side-by-side comparison of deep blue sky as opposed to colorless washed-out sky, and the improved saturation of colors, is testament to the usefulness of the AGFA CPLAlso, the AGFA just looks and feels like quality.The threads are smooth and start easily.The adjustment ring is "just right"; not too tight, not too loose.You can just see the color come to life when looking through the viewfinder while rotating the glass.I am well pleased.Thanks for reading. 5Filter Improved Color Saturation I took a small investment risk to try this brand of lens filter and I like it so far! The polarizing filter s color saturation is good and it does a nice job of controlling the glare of ambient light. I took these test shots on a late afternoon in sunny Tampa at Lettuce Lake Park using my Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L lens and immediately noticed the difference in the quality of my pictures is somewhat better. I did have to bump my F-stop down a little when I applied the filter. I plan to keep trying it out in many other types of lighting scenarios to test the sharpness of my images but so far, I m mostly satisfied with the results! 4Good for wide shots, unusable on 70-200 lens I initially rated this 5 stars. It performed quite well on my Canon 24-105 on a cropped sensor, physically felt well-constructed, and the ring rotated smoothly without being loose. On a full-frame, this polarizer's ring is too thick and appears in the frame at 24mm, but is not a huge deal since zooming in even a tiny bit or cropping the image later will get around this.Occasionally, the ring can be stuck pretty tightly and can be hard to remove. I've found that turning the outer ring counterclockwise, as if you're unscrewing the outer ring, will loosen the inner ring and allow it to come off easily.The reason I changed my rating from 5 stars to 2 is because initially, I used this filter at the wide end of my 24-105 where it caused little noticeable image degradation. However, at the long end, it becomes noticeable, and on my 70-200mm IS II it is unusable. The first time I tried this polarizer on my 70-200, I was taking photos of my dog in broad daylight, and EVERY SINGLE photo was totally out-of-focus and actually caused me to worry that my expensive lens needed servicing. When I got home, I took some controlled photos and found that the lens wasn't the issue -- taking off the CPL restored the 70-200's super-sharp IQ.I've posted two images to the "customer photos" section of this product: the one with the 24-105 shows that image quality is maybe acceptable, but the one taken with the 70-200 is atrocious. 2Five Star Optics, BUT 1 star construction. First let me say I am thoroughly impressed with the optical quality of this filter and also its price point. The multi coated optics are fantastic with minimal glare, and the front surface has a certain amount of water repellent built in. I compared shots taken with my very expensive Hoya HD circular polarizer filter and I cannot fault this $8 filter. At 82mm it is worthy in its optical quality to go on my Zeiss lens.However, the adjustment ring is extremely gritty. With more use it got grittier to the point where tiny worn off particulates were coming out of the interface. Upon closer examination I realized that this is a plastic mount filter, with $8 construction. Very disappointing. It may be designed in Germany as the box says, and I do not know if the Japan optics statement is true, but this filter is made in China. That doesn't mean it's bad, but you get what you paid for. But my other option costs $139. I really wish I could give it a higher start rating. Buy with caution. 3Multi-coated CPL for a low cost I brought 5 AGFA filters for 3 Canon lenses, 52mm, 58mm and 77mm. When I got the filters, I took numerous test shots with all the lenses and filter combinations. Overall, they were stored in a nice case, clear (did not dim) and multicoated (purple hue, like expensive eyeglasses). The threads are ok, but just have to remember not to over-tighten. I am very happy with the AGFA's UV filters (I gave it 5-stars on its product review page); they exceeded my expectations in value. However the CPLs were not the same. On the 58mm CPL, the ring did not turn smoothly and felt a bit loose. The 77mm CPL ring did turn smoothly but it has a speck or two of imperfections visible during close examination. Luckily, the specks did not show in the pictures. Overall, for its price and the fact that the CPL works well enough, I am going to just keep it. Sure I can buy other brand name CPLs (one single piece of glass) that cost almost as much as a nice camera lenses (with its complexity AF, motor and lens elements). But I rather spend my money on something of value like more nice camera lenses. The UV filters were good investment to protect my lenses with either Improved or no negative visible effects. The CPLs, despite its flaws, they work. I could turn the ring to adjust the "CPL effects," from light to dark to blackout and see its effects immediately. With a turn of the ring, the blue sky turned from pale to light blue to intense blue. Also, the CPLs did not darken my pictures noticeably (vs UV filter vs no filter).When it gets warmer, I will do more outdoor shots and update my review accordingly. 3
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Description
  • Multi-Coated
  • Saturates colors
  • Whitens Clouds
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Made in China & Dirty I opened my brand new filter today and saw right away that it is extremely dirty . The glass was cloudy and smudged badly on both sides . Looks like somebody cleaned it with a pair of sweaty underwear and some spit . It's big and clunky like most Chinese made filters . It's not even nice enough to warrant a cleaning , the coating would probably rub off before it comes clean . My advice , steer clear of AGFA "Japan Optics" , they are manufactured in China and have no quality control . 1Good low cost polarizer, but doesn't compare to the high end ones I wasn't expecting much for this polarizer, but it delivers a lot for a low price.Some good things:-machining is spot on, screws onto my camera easily with just the right amount of pressure to tighten.-rotating polarizer requires a good amount of pressure to rotate, and is not loose.-does in fact work as a polarizing filter.Now for some things that could be fixed:-the worst part about this filter is there is some aberration in the glass. In particular there was one football-shaped section that pointed from the center to the edge of the filter, and would spin around as I try to tune the polarizer. The good news is it's almost impossible to see on your camera screen unless you have a very small pattern in your field of view. Actually this might be a bad thing since it'd probably come up more on your computer afterwards...-my filter came with a few small tool marks on the threads, this didn't seem to impact my ability to install the filter but it sure doesn't look right.-this filter doesn't seem to work as well as other circular polarizers I've tested in stores. It can remove the majority of the glare from windows etc but it cannot remove it all.If you can't afford a $60+ circular polarizer (like me) then this one will not disappoint you (much). However, if you do have $60 you should probably invest in a better filter that will get you better quality, 4This thing really works !! I was initially unsure of my purchase but after receiving the Agfa CPL, I was very pleased with it & felt that I had made the correct choice . The filter is much much cheaper compared to other CPL's like Hoya but has a good build quality & glass. The reason I chose the Agfa CPL over Hoya was :1) Cost2) Multi-Coated3) Huge confusion around multiple variants of the same Hoya Product with large variations in build quality ( Green series , HMC , SHMC,) and whether the baseline model is multi coated or not.Check out my sample images that show the Agfa CPL in action , so far I've tested it in-home only with very positive results . Will update outdoor test results later.Pros:- Multi coating that actually works with no reflections- Does its job of cutting our reflections very well- CostCons- The outer ring was a bit oily due to the lubrication ...nothing that a lens cleaner & a cotton swab cant solve .Overall very satisfied with my purchase , I would definitely recommend it to someone looking for a good multi coated CPL without wanting to spend too much money 5It polarizes--but it also degrades my images I'm a macro/nature photographer with some commercial experience, now getting into wildlife photography and longer lenses. I want a CPL to increase sky contrast and reduce reflections, while keeping distortion and flare to a minimum. When I bought this product, I thought that an AGFA-brand CPL would suit my needs.This AGFA filter tested positive for circular polarization, as well as an ability to cut surface reflections and Rayleigh Scattering--the band of strongly polarized sky 90 degrees to the sun. However, is polarization the only criteria for a CPL filter? I care greatly for image sharpness and contrast, having invested a lot in quality optics, which I don't want compromised by a filter. To determine how sharpness, contrast, and distortion are affected by this CPL, I embarked on a series of tests.Equipment used: Nikon D300S with Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED IF AF-S VR (67mm filter). This is a very sharp lens in its "sweet spot" of 135-220mm, good enough to be used for some closeup work. As I said, I have taken photos commercially and am quite able to capture images that are consistently sharp, provided the optics are good.Near focus test: I focused on a highly-detailed subject at 200mm set to f8, focusing at the near end of its range (5ft) while using a tripod for support w/remote shutter release. Without any filter, the lens is remarkably sharp throughout most of the image, rendering the finest lines crisply. But once I installed this CPL, it became immediately apparent the filter confuses the autofocus on the camera; a dozen shots produced very blurry pictures. To determine absolute sharpness, I turned off autofocus and focused on the pattern manually (I have some experience doing this). Out of a dozen bracketed photos, not a single picture was satisfactorily sharp. The results were both blurry and low-contrast, indicating the filter optics are poor. See my test pictures in the gallery.Far focus test: Here I used a sharply-defined daylit subject: a parking sign at 275ft with the lens set to f8 at 210mm. Without any filter, the image is both crisp and high-contrast, a testament to Nikon's lens engineering. Then I put on the CPL, and once more the images took a turn for the worst. Again, the autofocus did not work correctly with the CPL. Therefore I switched to manual focus, taking a dozen bracketed shots. The results were poor. This CPL ruined this lens's ability to capture details and contrast; it even introduced distortion. I have posted a test picture, clearly showing the detrimental effect this CPL has on lens performance.Conclusions: while the AGFA CPL performs satisfactorily as a circular polarizer, it interferes too much with autofocus at any focal distance as to render it inoperable. I find this result perplexing. As the CPL only reduces incoming light by one f-stop, that's hardly enough to affect focusing on a daylit subject. Just by looking at this CPL, it's hard to see why it would blur, distort, and reduce contrast so much--perhaps the polarization grating and quarter-wave plate are poorly mated? Whatever the cause, the results are simply unacceptable to me. As a replacement, I bought this top-rated Marumi DHG CPL --which does not detectably compromise AF or image quality. For comprehensive testing of this Marumi CPL and other top brands, visit LensTip. 2> DOES THE JOB DESCRIPTION> This is a circular polarizing filter. You don't need to worry about the distinction between circular and non-circular. A circular will work on all cameras just as well as a non-circular. Non-circular polarizing filters have problems with the meters on some cameras, particularly non-interchangeable lens point-and-shoot cameras.PROS> At less than $6 with free shipping, a fabulous bargain> Multicoated (important, some cheap filters aren't)> Seems well builtCONS> Comes in a big 3 1/2" square X 1/2" thick plastic case which is too big for a gadget bag. I keep mine in a stiff paper "envelope" in a tiny zip-close bag.> Thick, may vignette very wide angle lenses, or when used with lenshoods which already have a tight angle.> A lenshood is highly recommended when using any filter---but you want to avoid long heavy screw-in lenshoods with polarizing filters, because the leverage can break the filter.> To be maximally effective, you need to be able to manually rotate the filter, that can be a problem with lenshoods which bayonet-on over filters, etc. For example on my Zuiko 60mm macro, the polarizer is covered by the bayonet hood, and therefore cannot be rotated with the hood extended. Fortunately, this unusually designed hood collapses in place. So, you can collapse the hood, adjust the polarizer, and then re-extend the hood. 5Does what it is supposed to do and does it well !!! I have been using my 62mm AGFA CPL for several months and am really impressed with the job it does.I like it so well that I intend to buy two more, one for the wife's camera and a spare to have around just-in-case.We both have identical DSLRs, except her's has a 18-250 Sigma and mine has a 18-270 Tamron (in case you are wondering, the Sigma is much the better lens, at least in our case); on a bright clear day in January, we spent a day outside taking some over 500 pictures apiece.She had misplaced her filters and was using only the UV filter that is always on her lens; I had the AGFA CPL on mine.The side-by-side comparison of deep blue sky as opposed to colorless washed-out sky, and the improved saturation of colors, is testament to the usefulness of the AGFA CPLAlso, the AGFA just looks and feels like quality.The threads are smooth and start easily.The adjustment ring is "just right"; not too tight, not too loose.You can just see the color come to life when looking through the viewfinder while rotating the glass.I am well pleased.Thanks for reading. 5Filter Improved Color Saturation I took a small investment risk to try this brand of lens filter and I like it so far! The polarizing filter s color saturation is good and it does a nice job of controlling the glare of ambient light. I took these test shots on a late afternoon in sunny Tampa at Lettuce Lake Park using my Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L lens and immediately noticed the difference in the quality of my pictures is somewhat better. I did have to bump my F-stop down a little when I applied the filter. I plan to keep trying it out in many other types of lighting scenarios to test the sharpness of my images but so far, I m mostly satisfied with the results! 4Good for wide shots, unusable on 70-200 lens I initially rated this 5 stars. It performed quite well on my Canon 24-105 on a cropped sensor, physically felt well-constructed, and the ring rotated smoothly without being loose. On a full-frame, this polarizer's ring is too thick and appears in the frame at 24mm, but is not a huge deal since zooming in even a tiny bit or cropping the image later will get around this.Occasionally, the ring can be stuck pretty tightly and can be hard to remove. I've found that turning the outer ring counterclockwise, as if you're unscrewing the outer ring, will loosen the inner ring and allow it to come off easily.The reason I changed my rating from 5 stars to 2 is because initially, I used this filter at the wide end of my 24-105 where it caused little noticeable image degradation. However, at the long end, it becomes noticeable, and on my 70-200mm IS II it is unusable. The first time I tried this polarizer on my 70-200, I was taking photos of my dog in broad daylight, and EVERY SINGLE photo was totally out-of-focus and actually caused me to worry that my expensive lens needed servicing. When I got home, I took some controlled photos and found that the lens wasn't the issue -- taking off the CPL restored the 70-200's super-sharp IQ.I've posted two images to the "customer photos" section of this product: the one with the 24-105 shows that image quality is maybe acceptable, but the one taken with the 70-200 is atrocious. 2Five Star Optics, BUT 1 star construction. First let me say I am thoroughly impressed with the optical quality of this filter and also its price point. The multi coated optics are fantastic with minimal glare, and the front surface has a certain amount of water repellent built in. I compared shots taken with my very expensive Hoya HD circular polarizer filter and I cannot fault this $8 filter. At 82mm it is worthy in its optical quality to go on my Zeiss lens.However, the adjustment ring is extremely gritty. With more use it got grittier to the point where tiny worn off particulates were coming out of the interface. Upon closer examination I realized that this is a plastic mount filter, with $8 construction. Very disappointing. It may be designed in Germany as the box says, and I do not know if the Japan optics statement is true, but this filter is made in China. That doesn't mean it's bad, but you get what you paid for. But my other option costs $139. I really wish I could give it a higher start rating. Buy with caution. 3Multi-coated CPL for a low cost I brought 5 AGFA filters for 3 Canon lenses, 52mm, 58mm and 77mm. When I got the filters, I took numerous test shots with all the lenses and filter combinations. Overall, they were stored in a nice case, clear (did not dim) and multicoated (purple hue, like expensive eyeglasses). The threads are ok, but just have to remember not to over-tighten. I am very happy with the AGFA's UV filters (I gave it 5-stars on its product review page); they exceeded my expectations in value. However the CPLs were not the same. On the 58mm CPL, the ring did not turn smoothly and felt a bit loose. The 77mm CPL ring did turn smoothly but it has a speck or two of imperfections visible during close examination. Luckily, the specks did not show in the pictures. Overall, for its price and the fact that the CPL works well enough, I am going to just keep it. Sure I can buy other brand name CPLs (one single piece of glass) that cost almost as much as a nice camera lenses (with its complexity AF, motor and lens elements). But I rather spend my money on something of value like more nice camera lenses. The UV filters were good investment to protect my lenses with either Improved or no negative visible effects. The CPLs, despite its flaws, they work. I could turn the ring to adjust the "CPL effects," from light to dark to blackout and see its effects immediately. With a turn of the ring, the blue sky turned from pale to light blue to intense blue. Also, the CPLs did not darken my pictures noticeably (vs UV filter vs no filter).When it gets warmer, I will do more outdoor shots and update my review accordingly. 3
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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