• Hoya 62mm HD Digital UV(0) Screw-in Filter
  • Hoya 62mm HD Digital UV(0) Screw-in Filter
  • Hoya 62mm HD Digital UV(0) Screw-in Filter
Hoya 62mm HD Digital UV(0) Screw-in Filter
Hoya 62mm HD Digital UV(0) Screw-in Filter
Hoya 62mm HD Digital UV(0) Screw-in Filter

Hoya 62mm HD Digital UV(0) Screw-in Filter

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  • Chemically enhanced optical glass is 4x stronger
  • 8-layer Anti-Reflective Multi-Coating
  • Water and oil repellent, scratch and stain resistant
  • Wide-angle lens compatible ultra thin frame
  • Glass mounted with high pressure press technology
  • Absorbs the ultraviolet rays which often makes outdoor photographs hazy and indistinct
  • Multi-purpose, fine-weather filter for colour as well as black and white films
  • To fit 62 mm thread size

Customer Reviews

Great filter, perfect for protecting the front of my ...Great filter, perfect for protecting the front of my new Tamron 24-70 lens from flailing baby arms and projectiles. I've had no problems cleaning it so far and has plenty of thread to hold my lens cap securely. I haven't noticed any sort of distortion in my photos and I'll definitely stick with Hoya filters for my future lenses.5Resists scratches, does not affect IQThis is my 3rd Hoya HD UV product- 2 of 62mm, a 55mm (4th Hoya HD if counting the circular polarizer). They may be pricey, but one should not be without a good-quality filter that they are putting on their lenses (otherwise, please don't use one as the IQ will be affected). There may be no benefit for the UV reduction to the digital sensor, but the multicoating that Hoya uses here is amazing. I mostly want it on the lens for protection and ease of cleaning (I dread wiping the lens element). I haven't been the most careful in cleaning the Hoya HD filters, sometimes with the shirt or fleece I'm wearing (because I'm confident of the filter's durability), but all of them remain 100% scratchless. Image contrast is great, no flaring or ghosting problems thanks to the coating, thin ring does not cause additional vignetting (even on Sony 1680Z which is known to require the thinnest filters at its widest setting), and the glass seems both unscratchable and unbreakable. Also, multicoated lenses are often very hard to clean, but this one is super easy; I think even easier than the noncoated Tiffen UV I quickly returned before investing in the Hoya. I keep these attached to my lenses attached all the time even for indoor and night photography (this puzzles friends who remove their uncoated UV filters); this filter simply does not negatively affect IQ.5Must have UV Filter. Worth every Penny Bought this from Gigabargain - Fast delivery, good packaging & original. (Please dont panic looking at a typo in the package - licensed spelled as licesed - It is part of the original packaging and found in all of the HD type filter packages.Filter is very thin, looks elegant and could not notice a bit of difference in lens performance at all. Filter does its job and offers excellent protection. Repels dust and water great as advertised. Could see UV in action in a sunny day light. A Must have UV filter - Highly recommended. 5Very good filter lens. Very nice filter.I'm using it on my Canon HFs10 and can see a difference from it not on, when in a brightly lit outside sunny area.It's not going to be noticed much if you don't know what to look for, but it adds that professional look to your video shots by giving better contrast and color to the video.It's also good protection to the main lens on the camera. 5Resists scratches, does not affect IQ(note: similar review as on the 62mm version)Have now purchased my 3rd Hoya HD UV product, not because the others failed, but because it's my go-to filter right now for all my lenses- 2 of 62mm, a 55mm (4th Hoya HD (62mm) if counting the circular polarizer). They may be pricey, but one should not be without a good-quality filter that they are putting on their lenses (otherwise, please don't use one as the IQ will be affected). There may be no benefit for the UV reduction to the digital sensor, but the multicoating that Hoya uses here is amazing. I mostly want it on the lens for protection and ease of cleaning (I dread wiping the lens element). I haven't been the most careful in cleaning the Hoya HD filters, sometimes with the shirt or fleece I'm wearing (because I'm confident of the filter's durability), but all of them remain 100% scratchless. Image contrast is great, no flaring or ghosting problems thanks to the coating, thin ring does not cause additional vignetting (even on Sony 1680Z (62mm filter) which is known to require the thinnest filters at its widest setting), and the glass seems both unscratchable and unbreakable. Also, multicoated lenses are often very hard to clean, but this one is super easy; I think even easier than the noncoated Tiffen UV I quickly returned before investing in the Hoya. I keep these attached to my lenses attached all the time even for indoor and night photography (this puzzles friends who remove their uncoated UV filters); this filter simply does not negatively affect IQ.5Fit my 70-300mm Tamron lensI bought this for my 70-300 mm Tamron lens as protection. It fit well. It is easy to put on and remove. It is also easy to clean even though it's multi-coated. You can use the special cleaning liquid meant for lens and a camera cloth. I'm sometimes lazy. I just use my breath and wipe it. And by the way, this is hardened glass, not hardened plastic.I always have it on my lens. There is no reason to remove it. The 70-300 mm lens has a very long hood cover. Sometimes, I don't put it on when I'm in a hurry. So this glass will serve as my protection.It also doesn't affect the picture quality because this is very clear.5Best lens protector there is...I use UV filters as sacrificial protectors for my camera lenses - If something is going to damage my lens, I would rather it damage the UV filter instead. I take a lot of pictures of architecture, particularly industrial architecture, so lens damage is always a risk. This filter is so tough that I now think the camera itself is probably the most vulnerable part! It works beautifully, with no aberrations, color disturbances or any other unwanted artifacts that I can see at all.Even when using full auto, or just auto focus on a Sony camera, I have not experienced any problems or slow-downs with it finding the correct focus with this filter on.I am going to use these now for all of my future lenses as well.5Superb Quality Filter - Worth Every PennyHoya filters aren't the cheapest (they're also not the most expensive) filters, but they're the best in my book. Light transmission, lack of lens flare, cutting through haze, protecting your lens - this one does it all. I've used this filter on a Nikon 55-300 in both indoor and outdoor conditions, in a variety of lighting/weather, on both stationary and fast-moving subjects, and the results are excellent. Hoya glass is also extremely durable/tough very easy to maintain, e.g. resists dust and fingerprints but also easy to clean when smudged.Take the cost of the filter and divide it by the number of pictures you'll likely take throughout the life of your camera. Then compare it to how much your lens cost. Suddenly the price for a quality filter doesn't seem so steep. And Hoya is extremely high quality in my experience.5Cheap insurance policy for your lens plus Hoya makes a great product from JapanHoya makes great filters. this is my second one to purchase.I dropped the lense on a rock to totally destroy the filter.This is the number one reason you put this filter on your lenseit's called cheap insurance. I dropped it the lense still works correctlyanother filter is on it again.Buy it.5Clean, high quality, simple filter done rightI got this as a sort of permanent general purpose protection filter to put on my brand new splash/dust proof Panasonic 14-140mm lens (H-FSA14140) and plan on never taking this filter off while it stays clear and unbroken. Occasionally I might take the filter off for a really special photo here and there when needing the utmost clarity, but to be honest maybe not even then with this being so pristine and the 14-140 not being a prime lens anyway.The filter showed up really clean with absolute crystal clear high quality glass, which is better than I can say for other filters that have shown up dirty and/or seemingly made of leftover window glass or something (like my $9 Tiffen from B&H, for example, that one is nearly garbage in comparison to this Hoya HD). Inside the box you ll find the filter enclosed in a twistable circular hard case designed to keep the filter in place and safe, and actually right now I just keep my backup filter in that case.I haven t noticed any image detriment, no haze, glares, or flares or anything like that; it s as if the filter isn t even there, exactly what I was looking for. Maybe it s protecting against UV light or maybe not, I don t know for sure nor do I even care all that much having gone mostly filterless for many years in the past sometimes using filters in dusty areas or outside with lots of pollen and whatnot, but I do know it s at the very least an almost invisible filter that ll help protect the lens.At this point, I would definitely buy more of these Hoya filters as needed.5Does its jobMy criteria for UV filter or any filter first and foremost is to not degrade picture quality in any way and this one doesn't.It is thin and screws on and off easily.It may have helped reduce glare and that is really handy if you like me like to shoot right at Sun at times.It wipes off easily and I have been shooting in drizzle.It is pretty solid and doesn't seem flimsy so I don't stress when I am handling it.So yeah, good purchase.5Such a great UV filter you'll forget you have it on.I learned my lesson when it comes to filters. It pays to buy a high quality filter because the cheap ones usually have all sorts of issues over the long-run. My other filter would diminish the quality of my ultra-high definition camera's photos in direct sun light. This filter is like a dream and I forgot I even had it on my lens. It is that good! Maybe they could market it as "a UV filter so great, you won't even know it's there."5
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Description
  • Chemically enhanced optical glass is 4x stronger
  • 8-layer Anti-Reflective Multi-Coating
  • Water and oil repellent, scratch and stain resistant
  • Wide-angle lens compatible ultra thin frame
  • Glass mounted with high pressure press technology
  • Absorbs the ultraviolet rays which often makes outdoor photographs hazy and indistinct
  • Multi-purpose, fine-weather filter for colour as well as black and white films
  • To fit 62 mm thread size
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great filter, perfect for protecting the front of my ...Great filter, perfect for protecting the front of my new Tamron 24-70 lens from flailing baby arms and projectiles. I've had no problems cleaning it so far and has plenty of thread to hold my lens cap securely. I haven't noticed any sort of distortion in my photos and I'll definitely stick with Hoya filters for my future lenses.5Resists scratches, does not affect IQThis is my 3rd Hoya HD UV product- 2 of 62mm, a 55mm (4th Hoya HD if counting the circular polarizer). They may be pricey, but one should not be without a good-quality filter that they are putting on their lenses (otherwise, please don't use one as the IQ will be affected). There may be no benefit for the UV reduction to the digital sensor, but the multicoating that Hoya uses here is amazing. I mostly want it on the lens for protection and ease of cleaning (I dread wiping the lens element). I haven't been the most careful in cleaning the Hoya HD filters, sometimes with the shirt or fleece I'm wearing (because I'm confident of the filter's durability), but all of them remain 100% scratchless. Image contrast is great, no flaring or ghosting problems thanks to the coating, thin ring does not cause additional vignetting (even on Sony 1680Z which is known to require the thinnest filters at its widest setting), and the glass seems both unscratchable and unbreakable. Also, multicoated lenses are often very hard to clean, but this one is super easy; I think even easier than the noncoated Tiffen UV I quickly returned before investing in the Hoya. I keep these attached to my lenses attached all the time even for indoor and night photography (this puzzles friends who remove their uncoated UV filters); this filter simply does not negatively affect IQ.5Must have UV Filter. Worth every Penny Bought this from Gigabargain - Fast delivery, good packaging & original. (Please dont panic looking at a typo in the package - licensed spelled as licesed - It is part of the original packaging and found in all of the HD type filter packages.Filter is very thin, looks elegant and could not notice a bit of difference in lens performance at all. Filter does its job and offers excellent protection. Repels dust and water great as advertised. Could see UV in action in a sunny day light. A Must have UV filter - Highly recommended. 5Very good filter lens. Very nice filter.I'm using it on my Canon HFs10 and can see a difference from it not on, when in a brightly lit outside sunny area.It's not going to be noticed much if you don't know what to look for, but it adds that professional look to your video shots by giving better contrast and color to the video.It's also good protection to the main lens on the camera. 5Resists scratches, does not affect IQ(note: similar review as on the 62mm version)Have now purchased my 3rd Hoya HD UV product, not because the others failed, but because it's my go-to filter right now for all my lenses- 2 of 62mm, a 55mm (4th Hoya HD (62mm) if counting the circular polarizer). They may be pricey, but one should not be without a good-quality filter that they are putting on their lenses (otherwise, please don't use one as the IQ will be affected). There may be no benefit for the UV reduction to the digital sensor, but the multicoating that Hoya uses here is amazing. I mostly want it on the lens for protection and ease of cleaning (I dread wiping the lens element). I haven't been the most careful in cleaning the Hoya HD filters, sometimes with the shirt or fleece I'm wearing (because I'm confident of the filter's durability), but all of them remain 100% scratchless. Image contrast is great, no flaring or ghosting problems thanks to the coating, thin ring does not cause additional vignetting (even on Sony 1680Z (62mm filter) which is known to require the thinnest filters at its widest setting), and the glass seems both unscratchable and unbreakable. Also, multicoated lenses are often very hard to clean, but this one is super easy; I think even easier than the noncoated Tiffen UV I quickly returned before investing in the Hoya. I keep these attached to my lenses attached all the time even for indoor and night photography (this puzzles friends who remove their uncoated UV filters); this filter simply does not negatively affect IQ.5Fit my 70-300mm Tamron lensI bought this for my 70-300 mm Tamron lens as protection. It fit well. It is easy to put on and remove. It is also easy to clean even though it's multi-coated. You can use the special cleaning liquid meant for lens and a camera cloth. I'm sometimes lazy. I just use my breath and wipe it. And by the way, this is hardened glass, not hardened plastic.I always have it on my lens. There is no reason to remove it. The 70-300 mm lens has a very long hood cover. Sometimes, I don't put it on when I'm in a hurry. So this glass will serve as my protection.It also doesn't affect the picture quality because this is very clear.5Best lens protector there is...I use UV filters as sacrificial protectors for my camera lenses - If something is going to damage my lens, I would rather it damage the UV filter instead. I take a lot of pictures of architecture, particularly industrial architecture, so lens damage is always a risk. This filter is so tough that I now think the camera itself is probably the most vulnerable part! It works beautifully, with no aberrations, color disturbances or any other unwanted artifacts that I can see at all.Even when using full auto, or just auto focus on a Sony camera, I have not experienced any problems or slow-downs with it finding the correct focus with this filter on.I am going to use these now for all of my future lenses as well.5Superb Quality Filter - Worth Every PennyHoya filters aren't the cheapest (they're also not the most expensive) filters, but they're the best in my book. Light transmission, lack of lens flare, cutting through haze, protecting your lens - this one does it all. I've used this filter on a Nikon 55-300 in both indoor and outdoor conditions, in a variety of lighting/weather, on both stationary and fast-moving subjects, and the results are excellent. Hoya glass is also extremely durable/tough very easy to maintain, e.g. resists dust and fingerprints but also easy to clean when smudged.Take the cost of the filter and divide it by the number of pictures you'll likely take throughout the life of your camera. Then compare it to how much your lens cost. Suddenly the price for a quality filter doesn't seem so steep. And Hoya is extremely high quality in my experience.5Cheap insurance policy for your lens plus Hoya makes a great product from JapanHoya makes great filters. this is my second one to purchase.I dropped the lense on a rock to totally destroy the filter.This is the number one reason you put this filter on your lenseit's called cheap insurance. I dropped it the lense still works correctlyanother filter is on it again.Buy it.5Clean, high quality, simple filter done rightI got this as a sort of permanent general purpose protection filter to put on my brand new splash/dust proof Panasonic 14-140mm lens (H-FSA14140) and plan on never taking this filter off while it stays clear and unbroken. Occasionally I might take the filter off for a really special photo here and there when needing the utmost clarity, but to be honest maybe not even then with this being so pristine and the 14-140 not being a prime lens anyway.The filter showed up really clean with absolute crystal clear high quality glass, which is better than I can say for other filters that have shown up dirty and/or seemingly made of leftover window glass or something (like my $9 Tiffen from B&H, for example, that one is nearly garbage in comparison to this Hoya HD). Inside the box you ll find the filter enclosed in a twistable circular hard case designed to keep the filter in place and safe, and actually right now I just keep my backup filter in that case.I haven t noticed any image detriment, no haze, glares, or flares or anything like that; it s as if the filter isn t even there, exactly what I was looking for. Maybe it s protecting against UV light or maybe not, I don t know for sure nor do I even care all that much having gone mostly filterless for many years in the past sometimes using filters in dusty areas or outside with lots of pollen and whatnot, but I do know it s at the very least an almost invisible filter that ll help protect the lens.At this point, I would definitely buy more of these Hoya filters as needed.5Does its jobMy criteria for UV filter or any filter first and foremost is to not degrade picture quality in any way and this one doesn't.It is thin and screws on and off easily.It may have helped reduce glare and that is really handy if you like me like to shoot right at Sun at times.It wipes off easily and I have been shooting in drizzle.It is pretty solid and doesn't seem flimsy so I don't stress when I am handling it.So yeah, good purchase.5Such a great UV filter you'll forget you have it on.I learned my lesson when it comes to filters. It pays to buy a high quality filter because the cheap ones usually have all sorts of issues over the long-run. My other filter would diminish the quality of my ultra-high definition camera's photos in direct sun light. This filter is like a dream and I forgot I even had it on my lens. It is that good! Maybe they could market it as "a UV filter so great, you won't even know it's there."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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