Hoya UV or Sunlight Filter 62mm £2 each @ Jessops - HotUKDeals
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Hoya UV Filter 62mm - Green Label or Hoya Skylight 1B Filter 62mm - Green Label £2 each or less with quidco.
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#1
very cheap but i have a pro one which cost alot more so prob no point for me
#2
[FONT="Century Gothic"]Great value for money for a lens protector. Good Find[/FONT]

:thumbsup:
#3
Great price! :thumbsup:


...but can you find me a 67mm one :-D
#4
very good. 52mm 1b £1.40
#6
******* thing , tried to order but keep getting "The billing address details you have entered do not match the ones held by your card issuer" bloody retarded thing :x
#7
Aww, don't do yourself down so much subpixel.. :-)
#8
#9
Great deal, just bought two 62mm 1b filters

HOT
#10
Bummer i wanted 55mm for this price so good price if its the size you need.
#11
good price - hot
#12
Went via Quidco for my order, they have a code for 5% off listed on the page you click thru!

Get 5% off everything ( this code excludes all web exclusive deals, gift vouchers, extended warranties, all DSLRs and all lenses, Jessops Photo products, Canon Ixus 100 (all colours) Nikon Coolpix P6000 8GB bundle and the new Olmpus Pen EP-1 models.)

Code: QUIDCOFIVE

Expiry Date: 31 Dec 2009 00:00
#13
Can still see the items but can't seem to add it to the basket anymore????
#14
royals
very cheap but i have a pro one which cost alot more so prob no point for me


Wit wooo :/ LOL
#15
what do you use this for, tv/pc? excuse my tech ignorance. TIA
#16
rgayabintboujdir
what do you use this for, tv/pc? excuse my tech ignorance. TIA


It fits on the end of a camera lens. You can get loads of different types to produce varying effects or you can just get one to protect the lens itself from damage :thumbsup:
#17
Thanks humperdinck

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