SKU: GC40-49UXIIUV

Hoya 49mm UX II UV Filter

Hoya 49mm UX II UV Filter

The Hoya 49mm HOYA UX II UV Filter ensures that cast is reduced, blue and violet in colour photos are correct, and black and white photos are sharper. In addition, the anti-reflective coating prevents unwanted reflections in your recordings, and it offers improved light transmission. In addition, UV filters are often used against damage to your front lens, because they have no influence on the exposure and colours.

Features:

UV filter with a filter size of 49 mm

Reduces cast

Corrects blue and violet

Equipped with anti-reflective coating

Provides protection for your front lens

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Hoya 49mm UX II UV Filter

The Hoya 49mm HOYA UX II UV Filter ensures that cast is reduced, blue and violet in colour photos are correct, and black and white photos are sharper. In addition, the anti-reflective coating prevents unwanted reflections in your recordings, and it offers improved light transmission. In addition, UV filters are often used against damage to your front lens, because they have no influence on the exposure and colours.

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