• Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
  • Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
  • Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
  • Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
  • Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
  • Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
  • Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)
Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)

Gobe 58mm Circular Polarizing (CPL) Lens Filter (3Peak)

SKU:HAASRXR36
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  • SUPERB ANTI-REFLECTION | Cuts out 99.9% of polarised light for better contrast and colour balance. Adjust the level of polarisation by rotating rim.
  • GOBE 3PEAK | Made with premium German SCHOTT B270 optical glass for supreme clarity. Suited for professional lenses and all telephoto lenses.
  • 16 LAYER NANO COATING | Provides neutral colour balance, reduces lens flare, removes ghosting, and protects against scratches, dirt, and grime. Backed by our lifetime warranty.
  • NO VIGNETTING | Consciously designed durable magnalium rims are double-threaded for stacking and slim profile to avoid vignetting.
  • PLANT 5 TREES | Buying with Gobe helps fund local communities to plant 5 trees in areas affected by deforestation help us reforest the world, one product at a time.

Customer Reviews

Gobe is the bestGobe is actually super awesome!! The filters are great quality and they focus on environmental sustainability by planting trees for every purchase. I photograph water so often, (beach, lakes, reflections, waterfalls, etc) that this CPL is an absolutely necessity to remove glare and avoid blowing out your images. Especially during the day if you're working with brighter scenes. For a reasonable price and all this company stands for, these filters are legit.5Great product.I give this product 4.5 stars. I love this product over all. Really helps when it came to shooting product style. You can control glare from tha flash. And landscapes cuts tha glare of tha sun at certain angles. My only problem is you don't want to twist it on to tight cause mine almost got stuck. So when it's loose and I turn it to polarize it comes off. But that's a personal thing. Ha. Just remember to turn it to tha left.4GOBE is a big SCAMIts 2019. Your worst fears have come true. A superbly developeded Chinese marketing and manufacturing scam has encompassed your values and dialed in all the buzzwords you the consumer want to hear when you drop more than $25 on a filter. They tout about their save the trees movement, the talk of the scott glass and layers of multi coatings. This is a bill of goods people, please run from this Chinese mediocre product. I have now spent several hours testing this filter on my A7rIII WITH 24-105 G lens and a thor labs vacuum sputtered optical resolution test plate. This filter produces an unquestionable resolution drop I have never seen on b+w cpl s. I fell for a email sign up discount and went for this GOBE junk. Read these beatifully worded reviews and ask yourself if any kind of normal human actually takes time to punctuate and capitalise like what you see here. This company produces mediocre glass at a semi premium price. And thats the future ladies and gents. Chinese junk breaking into high priced markets. Wait for a company like optical limits to bust this market wide open, there are others on amazon selling filters as well.Apparently amazon is even flooded with fake b+w stuff, im taking my photo equipment purchases to an actual photography distributor buying direct from suppliers. Thats it for me, im seriously pissed. Do not buy this GOBE its no bette than a cpl from amazon basics. I get the exact same resolution loss. Going to shell out another $40 and get a proper b+w now. The Gobe is going to be returned IMMEDIATELY.1Best Polarized Filter I have ever used!I was amazed by the quality of the build and effect of this filter. The Pilot boat was in Cozumel Mexico and the other picture was in the Carribean near Grand Cayman. I let the camera automatically meter the photos and only turned the polarizer between pictures. The Gobe Schott 16-Layer Multi-Coated Polarized Filter is by far the best I have ever used!The filter killed the glare off of the water and the Pilot boat and allowed the paint touch-ups to come through in front of the cabin.It also allowed the rain shower to either be washed out or stand out under the cloud.5New brand worth seriously looking atThis is a general review of the numbers of Gobe filters I have purchased in the last month. One thing that absolutely stands out is that the filter sets come with a well machined front and rear Made out of aluminum. All the filters are of very good quality and they are at a reasonable price. I have been using B and W up to this point and the gobe filters perform just as well. The other aspect is I have been using filter wallets for years and having a stack of filters with those front and rear caps is made a great difference. Very little dust contamination fingerprints or anything else. I recommend.4Great inexpensive polarizerThe build quality and glass was better than expected. My only issue is with the stiffness of the ring. It is not knurled but more smooth which can make it harder to turn easily. It could be because it is 49mm. But it may become easier with more use. For the price, it is worth it. Nice packaging. I would definitely consider buying from Gobe again for my other lenses.4Superb Quality with one glaring problemthe overall quality of this polarizing filter is absolutely phenomenal! however the front threading where the lens cap attaches too is WAY too shallow. i have had this filter now for a little over 3 months and I have lost around a dozen lens caps because they are always falling off, there is practically nothing for them to grab onto! I've stopped using lens caps all together because of this but I keep one in my bag just in case I use a different filter or decide to take this one off. if it wasn't for that one little thing this would be the best polarizing filter ever in my opinion.3Gobe 3 Peak (Schott) vs Breakthrough Photography X4TL;DR: X4 if you have the money or NEED the best. Gobe if you're willing to correct white balance in post.After recently deciding to buy a CPL for my camera, I whittled the available options down to two -- Gobe 3 Peak (Schott), and Breakthrough Photography X4.On paper, the Gobe has the same specifications as the X4: Schott B270 Glass and 16 layers of coating.The X4 boasts that it's coatings are unlike any other, and that it is able to capture the highest level of sharpness while maintaining perfectly neutral colors. Many comparisons have shown that the X4 is top dog against all the major players. However, I could not find a direct comparison against Gobe and hence decided to give both of them a shot myself.Sharpness: I could not find any significant difference in sharpness between the Gobe and the X4. They are both spot on and do not appear to affect sharpness in the least.Colors: The Gobe definitely shoots "warmer" than the X4. The X4 comes out neutral as advertised. If you seeking out-of-camera accuracy, the X4 wins hands down. However, the Gobe is only SLIGHTLY off, and it can be corrected in a single Spot White Balance click in your post processor of choice. Since most serious photographs will do some amount of post processing anyway, this is not a huge deal. I don't think the average amateur would even notice the difference without a side by side comparison, anyway.Polarization: Both filters were very effective in removing glare in my tests. I could not find a significant difference between the two.Production quality: Both filters are quality products, but the X4 wins here again. The grip portion of the X4 sticks out much further and it easier to screw on and off as a result. The Gobe is much more likely to get stuck on a lens with its design.Extras: The packaging of the X4 was surprisingly hard to open and seems that they tried too hard to make it seem "nice". The amount of jostling that it took to separate the box parts was excessive considering that there is a $160 piece of glass inside it. Gobe on the other hand uses modest packaging and also plants trees with the money they make from their products.Final opinion: The X4 is the better product but, for me, it is not worth the extra $100 that I could instead spend on adding ND filters to my collection. If money is no object or you demand the best, get the X4. If you don't mind a touch of white balance correction and a slightly lesser product in general, get the Gobe.I have included some pictures of my tests. In all pictures, the order is: No filter, Gobe, X4. The car is demonstrating the polarization, and the text is a 100% crop to compare the sharpness.5Great cost / performace balance. Do yourself a favor & get it!I ordered the 77mm CPL from US Amazon, shipped to Japan where I live. It arrived in about 10 days, which is faster than average, neatly packaged, & clean (some reviews have said theirs had oil or scratches, but mine was clean as a whistle.) I've only had a chance to take it out once to get some snowy river shots, but here are my thoughts so far:PROS: Great optical quality, no noticeable degradation. Rich, even tones. Made the clouds pop & cut the highlights on the river. For the cost, I can't imagine finding a better performing CPL. The 5 trees they plant for each purchase is an added bonus. Great communication from the company regarding shipping as well.CONS: The only con is that it can be difficult to remove the CPL from the lens. Granted, I've only just received it & maybe with practice I'll get the hang of it, but it's really on there. I still give it 5 stars, because having it securely attached isn't necessarily a bad thing, it's just a bit of a struggle to remove.OVERALL: Low cost, high performance, great company, 5 new trees in the world. What's not to love?5Great value lens filtersI am not a professional photographer but I know quality when I hold it in my hands, and these Gobe filters are very good I think. I spent quite a bit of time shopping for lens filters recently, I was looking for the best quality to price ratio I could get, and I did not really want to spend more based on the brand name unless the difference in quality warranted it. In product descriptions for lens filters they will make all sorts of claims about quality, without any specifics as to the materials used in the product itself, such as the type of glass or the metal that makes up the frame. Sometimes they claim that they are coated, but don't mention how may layers. I guess that was a big selling point for me on the Gobe products, all the details are there in the product descriptions. I am no expert on glass, but the German glass sounds good to me. Something I do know quite a bit about is metallurgy, and these are made with a aluminum/magnesium alloy. Adding just a small amount of magnesium to the alloy will make it quite a bit tougher. One more thing, the hard plastic case with a closed pore rubber insert to store the filters in is very nice. I did not see that in the product description, but I like the storage case a lot.5
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Description
  • SUPERB ANTI-REFLECTION | Cuts out 99.9% of polarised light for better contrast and colour balance. Adjust the level of polarisation by rotating rim.
  • GOBE 3PEAK | Made with premium German SCHOTT B270 optical glass for supreme clarity. Suited for professional lenses and all telephoto lenses.
  • 16 LAYER NANO COATING | Provides neutral colour balance, reduces lens flare, removes ghosting, and protects against scratches, dirt, and grime. Backed by our lifetime warranty.
  • NO VIGNETTING | Consciously designed durable magnalium rims are double-threaded for stacking and slim profile to avoid vignetting.
  • PLANT 5 TREES | Buying with Gobe helps fund local communities to plant 5 trees in areas affected by deforestation help us reforest the world, one product at a time.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Gobe is the bestGobe is actually super awesome!! The filters are great quality and they focus on environmental sustainability by planting trees for every purchase. I photograph water so often, (beach, lakes, reflections, waterfalls, etc) that this CPL is an absolutely necessity to remove glare and avoid blowing out your images. Especially during the day if you're working with brighter scenes. For a reasonable price and all this company stands for, these filters are legit.5Great product.I give this product 4.5 stars. I love this product over all. Really helps when it came to shooting product style. You can control glare from tha flash. And landscapes cuts tha glare of tha sun at certain angles. My only problem is you don't want to twist it on to tight cause mine almost got stuck. So when it's loose and I turn it to polarize it comes off. But that's a personal thing. Ha. Just remember to turn it to tha left.4GOBE is a big SCAMIts 2019. Your worst fears have come true. A superbly developeded Chinese marketing and manufacturing scam has encompassed your values and dialed in all the buzzwords you the consumer want to hear when you drop more than $25 on a filter. They tout about their save the trees movement, the talk of the scott glass and layers of multi coatings. This is a bill of goods people, please run from this Chinese mediocre product. I have now spent several hours testing this filter on my A7rIII WITH 24-105 G lens and a thor labs vacuum sputtered optical resolution test plate. This filter produces an unquestionable resolution drop I have never seen on b+w cpl s. I fell for a email sign up discount and went for this GOBE junk. Read these beatifully worded reviews and ask yourself if any kind of normal human actually takes time to punctuate and capitalise like what you see here. This company produces mediocre glass at a semi premium price. And thats the future ladies and gents. Chinese junk breaking into high priced markets. Wait for a company like optical limits to bust this market wide open, there are others on amazon selling filters as well.Apparently amazon is even flooded with fake b+w stuff, im taking my photo equipment purchases to an actual photography distributor buying direct from suppliers. Thats it for me, im seriously pissed. Do not buy this GOBE its no bette than a cpl from amazon basics. I get the exact same resolution loss. Going to shell out another $40 and get a proper b+w now. The Gobe is going to be returned IMMEDIATELY.1Best Polarized Filter I have ever used!I was amazed by the quality of the build and effect of this filter. The Pilot boat was in Cozumel Mexico and the other picture was in the Carribean near Grand Cayman. I let the camera automatically meter the photos and only turned the polarizer between pictures. The Gobe Schott 16-Layer Multi-Coated Polarized Filter is by far the best I have ever used!The filter killed the glare off of the water and the Pilot boat and allowed the paint touch-ups to come through in front of the cabin.It also allowed the rain shower to either be washed out or stand out under the cloud.5New brand worth seriously looking atThis is a general review of the numbers of Gobe filters I have purchased in the last month. One thing that absolutely stands out is that the filter sets come with a well machined front and rear Made out of aluminum. All the filters are of very good quality and they are at a reasonable price. I have been using B and W up to this point and the gobe filters perform just as well. The other aspect is I have been using filter wallets for years and having a stack of filters with those front and rear caps is made a great difference. Very little dust contamination fingerprints or anything else. I recommend.4Great inexpensive polarizerThe build quality and glass was better than expected. My only issue is with the stiffness of the ring. It is not knurled but more smooth which can make it harder to turn easily. It could be because it is 49mm. But it may become easier with more use. For the price, it is worth it. Nice packaging. I would definitely consider buying from Gobe again for my other lenses.4Superb Quality with one glaring problemthe overall quality of this polarizing filter is absolutely phenomenal! however the front threading where the lens cap attaches too is WAY too shallow. i have had this filter now for a little over 3 months and I have lost around a dozen lens caps because they are always falling off, there is practically nothing for them to grab onto! I've stopped using lens caps all together because of this but I keep one in my bag just in case I use a different filter or decide to take this one off. if it wasn't for that one little thing this would be the best polarizing filter ever in my opinion.3Gobe 3 Peak (Schott) vs Breakthrough Photography X4TL;DR: X4 if you have the money or NEED the best. Gobe if you're willing to correct white balance in post.After recently deciding to buy a CPL for my camera, I whittled the available options down to two -- Gobe 3 Peak (Schott), and Breakthrough Photography X4.On paper, the Gobe has the same specifications as the X4: Schott B270 Glass and 16 layers of coating.The X4 boasts that it's coatings are unlike any other, and that it is able to capture the highest level of sharpness while maintaining perfectly neutral colors. Many comparisons have shown that the X4 is top dog against all the major players. However, I could not find a direct comparison against Gobe and hence decided to give both of them a shot myself.Sharpness: I could not find any significant difference in sharpness between the Gobe and the X4. They are both spot on and do not appear to affect sharpness in the least.Colors: The Gobe definitely shoots "warmer" than the X4. The X4 comes out neutral as advertised. If you seeking out-of-camera accuracy, the X4 wins hands down. However, the Gobe is only SLIGHTLY off, and it can be corrected in a single Spot White Balance click in your post processor of choice. Since most serious photographs will do some amount of post processing anyway, this is not a huge deal. I don't think the average amateur would even notice the difference without a side by side comparison, anyway.Polarization: Both filters were very effective in removing glare in my tests. I could not find a significant difference between the two.Production quality: Both filters are quality products, but the X4 wins here again. The grip portion of the X4 sticks out much further and it easier to screw on and off as a result. The Gobe is much more likely to get stuck on a lens with its design.Extras: The packaging of the X4 was surprisingly hard to open and seems that they tried too hard to make it seem "nice". The amount of jostling that it took to separate the box parts was excessive considering that there is a $160 piece of glass inside it. Gobe on the other hand uses modest packaging and also plants trees with the money they make from their products.Final opinion: The X4 is the better product but, for me, it is not worth the extra $100 that I could instead spend on adding ND filters to my collection. If money is no object or you demand the best, get the X4. If you don't mind a touch of white balance correction and a slightly lesser product in general, get the Gobe.I have included some pictures of my tests. In all pictures, the order is: No filter, Gobe, X4. The car is demonstrating the polarization, and the text is a 100% crop to compare the sharpness.5Great cost / performace balance. Do yourself a favor & get it!I ordered the 77mm CPL from US Amazon, shipped to Japan where I live. It arrived in about 10 days, which is faster than average, neatly packaged, & clean (some reviews have said theirs had oil or scratches, but mine was clean as a whistle.) I've only had a chance to take it out once to get some snowy river shots, but here are my thoughts so far:PROS: Great optical quality, no noticeable degradation. Rich, even tones. Made the clouds pop & cut the highlights on the river. For the cost, I can't imagine finding a better performing CPL. The 5 trees they plant for each purchase is an added bonus. Great communication from the company regarding shipping as well.CONS: The only con is that it can be difficult to remove the CPL from the lens. Granted, I've only just received it & maybe with practice I'll get the hang of it, but it's really on there. I still give it 5 stars, because having it securely attached isn't necessarily a bad thing, it's just a bit of a struggle to remove.OVERALL: Low cost, high performance, great company, 5 new trees in the world. What's not to love?5Great value lens filtersI am not a professional photographer but I know quality when I hold it in my hands, and these Gobe filters are very good I think. I spent quite a bit of time shopping for lens filters recently, I was looking for the best quality to price ratio I could get, and I did not really want to spend more based on the brand name unless the difference in quality warranted it. In product descriptions for lens filters they will make all sorts of claims about quality, without any specifics as to the materials used in the product itself, such as the type of glass or the metal that makes up the frame. Sometimes they claim that they are coated, but don't mention how may layers. I guess that was a big selling point for me on the Gobe products, all the details are there in the product descriptions. I am no expert on glass, but the German glass sounds good to me. Something I do know quite a bit about is metallurgy, and these are made with a aluminum/magnesium alloy. Adding just a small amount of magnesium to the alloy will make it quite a bit tougher. One more thing, the hard plastic case with a closed pore rubber insert to store the filters in is very nice. I did not see that in the product description, but I like the storage case a lot.5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • 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.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • 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.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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