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Load image into Gallery viewer, Hoya 67mm Ultraviolet UV(C) Haze Multicoated Filter
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Load image into Gallery viewer, Hoya 67mm Ultraviolet UV(C) Haze Multicoated Filter
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Hoya 67mm Ultraviolet UV(C) Haze Multicoated Filter
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Hoya 67mm Ultraviolet UV(C) Haze Multicoated Filter
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Hoya

Hoya 67mm Ultraviolet UV(C) Haze Multicoated Filter

4.5
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SG$ 83.00
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SG$ 83.00
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SG$ 136.00
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Description

  • Ultraviolet filters allow you to correct for the UV effect to varying degrees
  • A Good Choice for Digital Photography
  • Safe to keep on lens at all times for protection
  • Haze filters provide additional benefits of correction for Ultraviolet(UV) light which can register on film and videotape as a bluish cast and can obscure distant details

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Customer Reviews

Best filters on the market for the price I have tried a bunch of filters, and these are the best overall no flare or loss in sharpness. 5Great buy, on time delivery. First class all the way around for a spectacular lens.I've used Hoya brand UV lens filters since the 1980's and they have always worked well to protect my quality lenses from dirt, grease, and scratches. I've used them over thirty years in industrial and field photography and those lenses are still like new!5The UV(O) made in Japan version is allegedly supposed to contain better coating, but since I use this on my ...Works, and is cheap. The UV(O) made in Japan version is allegedly supposed to contain better coating, but since I use this on my Sigma 100-400mm with a lens hood, it's not very susceptible to glare in any case so it didn't make a difference to me particularly as light transmission doesn't seem to be affected one way or the other, at least on my D500. This may or may not make a difference if you're using this on a lens paired with a high resolution behemoth like a A9 or D850. I prefer cheap because I have had to replace these UV filters in the past due to random breakage/scratching and because I use them quite heavily.With this, I can essentially leave the lens cap off permanently and just carry my lens around with no fear of the front element getting damaged. Small bits of dirt doesn't typically affect image quality (although grease smears are another thing entirely), this is very easy to clean with a microfiber cloth or whatever you have on hand. I set my Sigma face down on this protector on tables, benches, chairs and the like; I've also been hiking through Banff with this protector on. While there is now some slight wear at the outer edges, the glass remains scratch free. Works for me!5Best value filters out there.I have had B&W filters and Tiffin filters, and you can definitely see the quality difference between those two brands--super high end vs very low end, and you really do get what you pay for there. Hoya falls somewhere in-between price-wise, but is only slightly less quality than the B&W. I use this filter on a $700 lens, and I don't see any image degradation at all. I use it more for protecting my lens than for the haze filtering aspect. I don't think I'll ever feel the need to buy more B&W filters as long as Hoya is producing these at 2/3 the price.5Handles Drops WellI got this 67mm filter for my 18-135mm STM lens. The lens and Hoya filter were attached to my Canon 550D camera (with a battery grip) and fell onto the ground (waist high - I am 5' 8" ) onto my carpet floor with my 18-135 lens facing down. All the weight of the camera landed on the corner of the filter. Thus, the filter bore all the weight of the camera and battery grip at the impact.The glass on the filter now has a small crack shaped like a "half moon" at half the size of a dime. I wouldn't resell my filter but it stills works great and there is no unwanted glare even with the "half moon crack on it. I am very pleased with Hoya UV filters as i also have this for my other lens and they all work well.Conclusion: This filter adds great protection for your beloved lens and produces no unwanted glare.5The Hoya was very good indeed. HoweverIt was worth the money. I compared it to a ProMaster DHD UV and a Vivitar UV. Throw the Vivitars. They are flare heaven. The Hoya was very good indeed. However, the Promaster at $50.00 was noticeably better dealing with flares in very bright situations. I'll save the Hoya foran emergency.4GoodI have now purchased 3 of these for different lenses. 2 from Event Camera and 1 from Your Genie (won't buy from them again) Event Camera is great, communication ect. Now to the filter, it's good, alot better than Vivitar. My favorite in the 20 to 30 range for UV filters is the MeFoto, the MC works. (excellent and easy to clean) I would recommend the Hoya for the price. The image I posted was a test shot with the 67mm Hoya UV(c)4Great valueLooking for a filter to replace one I shattered. Hoya HMC filters were highly rated in several independent reviews.5Item was counterfeitWhile the 67mm filter I received from Amazon seller Alvena Willien Frost is a functional front element protector, it was definitely not a genuine Hoya UV(C). The filter I got differs in physical construction (thinner and uses a different method to secure the glass), doesn't have the correct product imprint and has a much thinner glass element than the genuine article which is un-coated (glass surface is highly reflective and had no color cast to the reflected light).Essentially I got a $5 "basic" lens protector, instead of the high quality multi-coated UV filter I ordered.It's more trouble than it's worth to return this comparatively inexpensive item, so I am keeping it and in the future I'll make sure to select other vendors than Alvena Willien Frost for my photographic accessory purchases.NOTE: all other filters I have purchased through other Amazon sellers have been genuine Hoya product.1Be aware of fake products from third party seller!I have purchased 4-5 genuine Hoya UV(c) filters in the past, either through BH or Amazon, never had a problem.This time it is absolutely a fake item, printings are blurred and not aligned (on the filter ring it is printed "Made in Japan" not the normal "Philippines" shown on the Amazon page. The filter will not screw on my Canon 70-200mm f4 lens. Buyers just be aware of the seller "Event Camera", who sold this item. Already filed a return request, now I have to get a B+W filter instead, from another trustworthy site.1Hoya, the Optical Filters that I trust!Hoya, the leading Manufacturer and Supplier of Optical Glass, also makes some of the very best Optical Filters. I have UV and Clear Protection Filters for all my best lenses, and they are all Hoya Brand. I also use Hoya Variable Neutral Density and Hoya Circular Polarizer Filters. What can I say, after years of shooting pictures, it's the brand I trust the most!5
Hoya 67mm Ultraviolet UV(C) Haze Multicoated Filter

Hoya 67mm Ultraviolet UV(C) Haze Multicoated Filter

4.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 83.00
Sale price
SG$ 83.00
Regular price
SG$ 136.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (SG$ 53.00)