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Canon 58mm 1X UV Filter £8.99 @ Amazon

£8.99 @ Amazon
Product Description: Canon filter - UV - 58 mm Filter Type: filter - UV Form Factor: round - 58 mm Localisation: English Intended for: Camera, camcorder / colour film, black & white film Read More
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Product Description: Canon filter - UV - 58 mm
Filter Type: filter - UV
Form Factor: round - 58 mm
Localisation: English
Intended for: Camera, camcorder / colour film, black & white film
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#1
Nice one!
#2
ordered one, thanks :)
#3
L0giX
ordered one, thanks :)


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#4
Hmm, bit concerned about some of the reviews saying what was received was different to the picture shown in that it says made in USA not Japan. Also complaints about the quality of the glass cutting. Counterfeit?
#5
Ridgy
Hmm, bit concerned about some of the reviews saying what was received was different to the picture shown in that it says made in USA not Japan. Also complaints about the quality of the glass cutting. Counterfeit?


What I find is that some reviews are often left about counterfeit goods when bought from actual 'Mickey Mouse' individual sellers from within the sellers Marketplace. Unfortunately, not many if any at all leave the sellers name to indicate who are the bad sellers. As this is being fullfilled by Amazon I would have confidence in that it is a real item. If it turns out to be dodgy you can always send it back free to Amazon and also leave a suitable review.


Edited By: simplyjimbo on Sep 02, 2010 19:22: .
#6
As hot as hot totty in hotpants on a hot day!
#7
bought some hoya ones but rarely use them...got them cheap too, from amazon as well - more expensive than ebay but at least theres more chance they are genuine
#8
Wow, that's a wicked deal. I've just bagged two to replace the jessops ones I have on my lenses. :)
#9
Price: £9.89 allready! didnt last long...
#10
For anyone after a 72mm UV, theres the Genuine Canon F72UV reduced from £49.99rrp to just £14.62
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Canon-F72UV-UV-72-Filter/dp/B00008ZO4A/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1283454052&sr=1-1
#11
I had ordered one last week, it seems genuine and I placed an order for another one today before the price increase.
#12
Since this is about saving money - why would you buy one of these? They are great for salespeople to get a bit of extra commission, but did you ever notice that UV is a problem on your pictures? And as a protection of your lens (which may not be all that precious - kit lenses go for under 100 pounds) surely a lens cap would be much more suitable.

So if you want to buy a polarising filter or a grey gradient filter - fine. But a UV filter? Useless.
#13
Still a good deal at £9.84
#14
MrPuddington
Since this is about saving money - why would you buy one of these? They are great for salespeople to get a bit of extra commission, but did you ever notice that UV is a problem on your pictures? And as a protection of your lens (which may not be all that precious - kit lenses go for under 100 pounds) surely a lens cap would be much more suitable.

So if you want to buy a polarising filter or a grey gradient filter - fine. But a UV filter? Useless.


In dark situations you only want a filter that doesn't affect the shot in any way but still protects the lens. This is ideal for that...
#15
MrPuddington
Since this is about saving money - why would you buy one of these?
Because selling £500+ lens on eBay becomes a hell of a lot harder once you've scratched the front element. Do I have to mention it affects picture quality too? I'd rather save money and buy a new filter than buy a whole new lens.

I personally only use Hoya Pro1 UV (MC) filters as they're well worth the cash and you can be assured of having very little annoying extra glare.
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Syanideuk
MrPuddington
Since this is about saving money - why would you buy one of these?
Because selling £500+ lens on eBay becomes a hell of a lot harder once you've scratched the front element. Do I have to mention it affects picture quality too? I'd rather save money and buy a new filter than buy a whole new lens.

Because no pro in their right mind puts a vile, cheap filter in front of a "£500+" lens !!


I personally only use Hoya Pro1 UV (MC) filters as they're well worth the cash and you can be assured of having very little annoying extra glare.

Pro1 ... that's more like it. Although I haven't bothered with UV filters in years. The only time they have a place is for landscapes.
#17
Listen to gizmouk , they know what's up!
#18
Why is this expired? Still in stock but price is now £9.84
#19
koi
Why is this expired? Still in stock but price is now £9.84


Its expired because the price has changed. A new deal has been posted for it.
#20
hmm very sceptical about this being genuine Canon. . .

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