SKU: GC40-62HDIIPRT

Hoya 62mm HD MkII Protector Filter

Hoya 62mm HD MkII Protector Filter

Protect Your Valued Lenses

This is the ultimate in clear filters. It will not affect the colour balance or performance of your lenses in the slightest. However, constant use will protect your valued lenses from expensive front element damage which could be caused by dirt, knocks or scratches.

Features:

Ultra Clear High Transparency Optical Glass

Chemically Enhanced Optical Glass is 4x Stronger

16-layer (both sides) Anti-Reflective Multi-Coating

Water & Oil Repellent, Scratch & Stain Resistant

Wide-Angle Lens Compatible Ultra Thin Frame

Glass Mounted with High-Pressure Press Technology

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Hoya 62mm HD MkII Protector Filter

Protect Your Valued Lenses

This is the ultimate in clear filters. It will not affect the colour balance or performance of your lenses in the slightest. However, constant use will protect your valued lenses from expensive front element damage which could be caused by dirt, knocks or scratches.

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