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B+W 82mm Slim-Line Clear UV Haze with Multi-Resistant Coating (010M)

3.7
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SG$ 583.00
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  • Brass Ring for higher Quality Image
  • Highest possible polishiing technique
  • World's best optical glass
  • New thinner Pro mount. No vignetting
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Customer Reviews

B+W 77mm slim-line Clear UV Haze Filter / multi-resistant coating (010M)If you have expensive glass mounted on your camera then you need a professional grade optical piece of glass in front to protect your lens investment and give you undistorted images. For me the added expense of this filter is well worth it.5Best filter aroundNot much to say about this filter. B+W makes the best filters hands down. They cost a pretty penny, but I'm not about to put a $15 filter in front of a $2,000 lens. Slim filters should be used on wide angle lenses to avoid vignetting around the edges. Only downside about slim filters is that lens caps do not work because the filter itself is too thin. This filter does come with an end cap to cover the filter. It's not great, but it does the job.5Very niceThe slim-line is extraordinarily thin, which is a nice feature for ultra wide angle lenses. The filter comes with a flexible plastic lens cover, which turns out to be needed because the filter is SO slim, it won't take the lens cap from the lens. (A Tokina 12-28mm in my case.)That's why I'm giving it 4 stars instead of 5... if the description had made this clear, I might have chosen a different B + W filter and seen if it had any impact on pictures, then gone with the (much more expensive) slim-line option if it did.4Great quallity, but I hate the lens cap.I have this filter on my Canon EF 16-35mm f2.8. Like every B+W filter, it feels high quality. The only thing is that because this is a low profile filter, you cannot use the regular canon lens cap. instead you have to use a flexible plastic slip on one it comes with. It works ok, but falls off if you brush against it and you must remove it to reverse or remove the lens hood. I wish they could find a way to let you use the stock canon cap, but otherwise, this is a great filter. I can't tell a difference between shots taken with and without it.4Thought it was the wrong product...Once I opened the package, again I thought; "Cool, a removable filter cover of it's very own."This filter is very thin. It has it's own filter cover for that reason. The stock lens cover will not work or at least mine does not work (Tamron 24-70mm).That said there is a trade off with this lens filter. The trade off is you cannot have your lens hood in place and remove the filter cover. It matters not if the lens hood is reversed for storage and it detaches itself, upon lens removal from your bag, falls back (if you are lucky) into the camera bag when you remove the lens (hood reversed).In a hurry? Working fast and changing lenses during a shoot, not minding where the filter/lens cover is it could potentially become lost, stepped on, ground into the dirt all with out being aware that it's gone missing. If the filter cover is in place and the lens hood is set to photograph you cannot remove the cover, rather you must remove the hood first and juggle to not drop the cover in the dirt or on the floor.One solution is to not place the filter/lens cover on the lens when placing it in the camera bag. The caveat there is a dirty filter front increasing work in post.I have tried not placing the lens hood on the lens and I have the exact same results as I do with the lens hood reversed. The filter cover works itself off the lens when extracting the lens from the bag. Loosening the surrounding dividers of the bag is no help.What I have not tried is boring a very small hole in the filter cover, attaching a very thick thread or string through the filter cover in a loop and having a Chatty Cathy type of filter remover. Hummm... could that possibly work? I am open to sensible suggestions.Filter performance? No vignetting at any range or 'f' stop. Cuts the UV at 8,000 feet (2438 meters) nicely.I can live with the filter cover's peculiarity but other buyers should think of another filter if you think this will be a problem for your shooting style.At the price of this filter I would think there would have been more thought behind supplying a filter without the ability to attach the stock lens cover easily.That's my story and I'm sticking to it.4High quality, but I returned it anyway...Today, I received the filter from Amazon via UPS -- good packaging and no apparent damage -- just what I have come to expect from Amazon. When I went to open the cardboard box, I noticed that the manufacturer's seal had been broken, leading me to belive that the item had been used and returned (for whatever reason). I opened the plastic container housing the filter and noted streaks and dust on the surface of the filter.If I had read the reviews closely, I would probably have chosen the same filter but without the Slim-Line feature. I wanted Slim-Line to prevent any possible vignetting from a thicker filter ring when using it on a wide-angle lens. It screwed onto the lens without a problem, but then I noticed that it has no threads on top (duh! Slim-Line) to accept another filter (circular polarizing filter or an Infra Red filter), or my pinch-type lens cap. In addition, the lens cap that is provided with the filter will not allow me to add or remove the lens hood without first removing the lens cap.These might seem like negligible reasons for returning the filter, but for the price, I'd expect to have less annoying things to worry about... I'm returning it and ordering the "standard" B+W UV Haze Multi-Resistant Coating filter from Amazon at a much less expensive price.2Good lens protectionI purchased several of these so all of my lenses would have the same filter for color consistency. I use these mainly for protection and have decided never to take them off. If there is any image quality loss from these it is very minimal. They are hard, due to the thin ring, to add filters to but not impossible. If you use filters like this make sure you have the same type across all of your lenses or you will get color shifts.4Very annoying cap... BUT use this cap instead...I use this high-quality (expensive) filter on a Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L lens. Everything is great except the annoyance of (1) the Canon factory lens cap will not work since this filter is so thin (needed to avoid vignetting), and (2) the cap that comes with this filter does not stay on the filter. Some may whine that these are complaints about the cap and not the filter... true... however I am now spending time figuring out how to protect my investment in this filter since the cap that comes with it is inferior. If anyone has found a solution to this specific filter I would appreciate learning what worked for you.USE THIS LENS CAP, IT STAYS ON: Kaiser 206985 85MM Slip-On Lens Cap4Perfect for wide lenses, but keep an eye on the capUsed with a 6D and 16-35 f2.8L II. It protects and seals the lens, it doesn't vignette, and it has no visible effect on image quality.I haven't had any issues with flair either, but I usually use a hood with it anyways (the included one still fits). The lens cap got lost pretty easily, but I would prefer that to using a thicker filter with threads that would then sdhow up in the image.5Filter cap is super annoyingLet me first start with the good: This filter is incredibly well made. I have no faults at all with the filter itself, the quality of the glass, finishing on the ring, etc. Superb work. The cap for this filter on the other hand is beyond useless. It just falls off accidentally with the lightest of touches. I'm surprised I haven't lost it yet because it's not only fallen off my lens multiple times while walking around, but in my camera bag and lens bags just about every time I take it out.Really wish I had gotten the thicker filter that would let me use a standard clipping lens cap.3
B+W 82mm Slim-Line Clear UV Haze with Multi-Resistant Coating (010M)

B+W 82mm Slim-Line Clear UV Haze with Multi-Resistant Coating (010M)

3.7
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 583.00
Sale price
SG$ 583.00
Regular price
SG$ 962.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (SG$ 379.00)