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Tiffen Filtre Digital Ultra Clear WW 58 mm

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  • Description du produit: Tiffen - W58DIGULTCLR
  • Type de produit: Filtre Digital Ultra Clear WW
  • Diamètre: 58 mm
  • Garantie du fabricant: 2 ans
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Garantie constructeurGarantie Fabricant : 2 ans
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Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)22,9 x 22,9 x 22,9 cm
Numéro du modèle de l'articleW58DIGULTCLR
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr4 mars 2011
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Référence fabricant: W58DIGULTCLR

Type de produit: Filtre Digital Ultra Clear WW
Diamètre: 58 mm Poids: 0.05 (kgs)

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8 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Ghosts! 13 mars 2011
Par Peter - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Bought this filter in combination with a deal here at Amazon. I chose not to buy the cheapest UV filter for protection, but I chose this somewhat more expensive filter. Shouldn't have done that either. After putting it on my great little 50mm 1.8d lens it had some serious ghosting, even at the smallest amount of light from reflections or even bright objects other than the sun. When I removed it the image was perfect again. I do not recommend this filter. Buy the Nikon 52mm NC filters. Much better!!
14 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Tiffen Digital Ultra Clear Water White Protection 21 janvier 2011
Par PB - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Ordered this Tiffin filter as part of the purchase of a Nikon 55-200mm f4 VR lens for my daughter. There was a discount $10.on any Tiffen filter when ordered w/this particular lens. I did not choose the Amazon suggested lens filter which cost around $ 9.99 or free as part of the promo. I generally do not buy the cheapest filter. I ordered this particular filter that this review is about instead which cost double. There was no mention of being multicoated or even a coated filter- but as even Nikon does not always state their filters are coated,(they all are generally multi-coated) I assumed that a Tiffen 52mm which is a small filter for $20.00 was at least coated. We always keep at least a clear or UV filter on all our lenses for protecting front glass and to prevent ghosting & reflective artifacts in photos & routinely expect & use only coated or multicoated filters as such. This filter is not either. It is clear as the name suggests, but has already on occasion introduced artifacts that require workarounds which in my opinion is unacceptable even for a $20.00 filter. But I guess you get what you pay for with some things.

You can tell if a filter is coated or multicoated by holding it pointed at a bright area or light and look in reflection of lens- if pinkish its coated if greenish- multicoated.

I would think that all filters would be coated this day & age unless of course for whatever reason, you would want an uncoated filter. That's my opinion. Any company selling an uncoated/coated filter should disclose that in their description of the filter spec's. I believe that is an important detail regarding a filter that most people would want to know about. I did research at different places trying to see if this particular filter was coated. Could not find out. As it is one of my rules (that I broke this time) is don't assume anything. I would not have purchased this filter.

I will not be purchasing any more Tiffen filters again unless they clearly disclose this one way or the other. I typically buy Sigma & Quantaray's Professional line- they all disclose their specs clearly & occasionally Nikon filters, which are excellent- though usually you may have to do a little digging but you will find out the specs.
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Need to spend more to reduce ghosts & flare 22 février 2013
Par David L. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I got this filter a couple of years ago to use on my Canon EF-S 18-200 lens. I was hoping it would be a good compromise between price and quality. The filter usually works OK, but I do occasionally see ghosts or flare on my images. I finally gave up and ordered a B+W XS-Pro. It cost more that twice as much as the Tiffen, but I can really see the difference.

As a test, I put both the Tiffen and B+W filters side-by-side on a table top in a room with ceiling lights. I then positioned my head so I could see a ceiling light reflected by each filter surface. With the Tiffen filter, a bright reflection appeared. With the B+W, the reflection was barely visible.

If you are want to get the best possible quality images from your camera lens, then I suggest you pass on this filter and spend more money for a better one.
3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Very nice filter 30 août 2009
Par Rather B. Fishing - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Prior to the purchase of the tiffen 58mm digital ultra clear water white protection filter, we used a UV Haze filter as a means to protect the camera lense. After extreme frustration with dull whites and less than vibrant colors in specific situations, we searched for an alternate solution. This filter addresses the concerns and fits the requirements nicely! Protecting our primary lense from undesireable elements is important; obtaining clear images with the colors as vibrant as possible is essential and knowing we can attach other filters to this one is a nice bonus. Overall, we recommend this filter to anyone looking to protect a camera lense and still obtain the same high quality images the camera is designed to capture. This is a 5-star product!! We will purchase another tiffen digital ultra clear water white protection filter our next lense too.

** This filter is currently used on a Canon Rebel XSi with a 18-55 lense. We are looking to acquire a Sigma 18-250 in the near future as our general lense we leave on the camera.
3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Ghosts & Flare 19 mai 2014
Par anon - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What would have been a great picture was rendered virtually useless by this Protection Filter. The ghosting and flare does not occur on every picture but it does happen enough to make it quite aggravating.

I have not used it with flash photography, only daylight nature scenes, so I cannot testify as to low light flash situations.

These protection filters are absolutely necessary to protect expensive lenses but this one just doesn't measure up. Spend the extra money and get the Nikon clear filter or wait till you can afford it. Don't waste the perfect shots. They don't happen easily. Why hinder your success with this filter...
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