Manfrotto DSLR Accessories Starter Kit for Cameras with Backpack, Tripod, Reflector & UV Filter - £59.95 @ John Lewis
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Manfrotto DSLR Accessories Starter Kit for Cameras with Backpack, Tripod, Reflector & UV Filter - £59.95 @ John Lewis

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LocalFound 27th Dec 2017
Product code: 89613628

An essential accessories kit to get you going with your new Nikon DSLR camera. Protect and carry your gear with ease, mount your camera on the sturdy tripod for stable, professional shooting, and manage light settings with the reflector and filter.

This kit includes:

Manfrotto Essential Camera & Laptop Backpack for DSLR & CSC cameras
Strong, spacious and secure, this backpack is designed to securely carry all your camera equipment and laptop, while giving you quick and easy access to it.

The interior camera case is the perfect size for a DSLR camera with 3 small lenses. There’s plenty of room for accessories and personal items in the inner and outer zipped pockets, and you can safely store your laptop in the dedicated compartment. Plus it features two outer compartments, especially for your tripod, and your water bottle. Fully customisable Manfrotto Protection System dividers keep each piece of kit safe and secure. With the choice of top handle or padded shoulder straps, the Essential backpack is built for comfort and practicality, and is constructed from rip-stop material for durability. Plus the fabric is finished with a special water-repellent coating to protect against adverse weather conditions. And if you’re not planning on taking any pictures, just remove the interior camera case to use as a laptop bag.



Manfrotto Compact Action Tripod
Intuitive, ergonomic and multi-purpose; with the Compact Action Tripod you can realise the potential of your DSLR. Your images and movies will never look the same again.



Total control: Control your equipment with ease and comfort with the re-designed joystick head.
Quick release: The innovative round quick release sets a new standard of simplicity and adjustability to any camera device.
Mode change: The flexibility of the photo/movie selector allows you to quick change between modes and get the best results every time.



Manfrotto Collapsible 30cm Reflector, Sunfire/White
Heighten and control the lighting of your shot with this collapsible reflector. It’s reversible; choose from either the white or sunfire surface to add the right natural tone to your image. Super sturdy, with double-coating and reinforced stitching, it collapses to one third of original size for easy transport.





Manfrotto Essential 58mm UV Filter
The classic for multi-function use, the Essential UV Filter reduces blurring, haziness and blue casting. It protects the lens against dust moisture and scratches and is water repellent. With 8 layers of coating the surface is anti-reflective and allows 99% light transmission. Includes case.
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Uri9225 m ago

UV filter = waste of money


Saved one of my very expensive lenses when it shattered instead of the front element. Can't believe anybody would say this.
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great price if you can use all these
UV filter = waste of money
Original Poster
Some Protection of £££'s worth of glass? Depends on what is important I guess.
Original Poster
Changed to store deal, was a few in Norwich this morning. Now oos online.
Uri9225 m ago

UV filter = waste of money


Saved one of my very expensive lenses when it shattered instead of the front element. Can't believe anybody would say this.
Uri9233 m ago

UV filter = waste of money


Think of it NOT as a light filter, but as lens guard - stones - mud - water - bodily fluids etc

Maybe OP should get rid of 'NIKON' in title, as this kit will suit ALL camera makes
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restyler4 m ago

Think of it NOT as a light filter, but as lens guard - stones - mud - …Think of it NOT as a light filter, but as lens guard - stones - mud - water - bodily fluids etcMaybe OP should get rid of 'NIKON' in title, as this kit will suit ALL camera makes


It's just the same as the John Lewis title for it but agreed will suit most DSLRs.
Uri921 h, 10 m ago

UV filter = waste of money



You obviously know nothing about photography. A UV filter protects the front element from damage, otherwise a repair that will cost £100's or make a lens worthless if its a cheap lens.
Oos
restyler43 m ago

...Maybe OP should get rid of 'NIKON' in title, as this kit will suit ALL …...Maybe OP should get rid of 'NIKON' in title, as this kit will suit ALL camera makes


Only if it takes a 58mm filter.
Besford36 m ago

Only if it takes a 58mm filter.

Which is exactly the same for nikon
BobsterLobster1 h, 47 m ago

Saved one of my very expensive lenses when it shattered instead of the …Saved one of my very expensive lenses when it shattered instead of the front element. Can't believe anybody would say this.



The front element is a lot tougher than a cheap filter. If you didn't use a filter, the lens still probably wouldn't have been damaged. A filter could even cause more damage to the lens.

Why buy a nice lens then decrease the image quality by sticking another layer of glass on the front?
A lens hood is much more useful for protecting the lens from bumps. Not much point in a filter for protection, unless you are somewhere with mud/water/sand flying about.
BobsterLobster2 h, 8 m ago

Saved one of my very expensive lenses when it shattered instead of the …Saved one of my very expensive lenses when it shattered instead of the front element. Can't believe anybody would say this.


It's a matter of choice, but I know I'd definitely rather make an insurance claim than sully every picture a lens takes by putting a big horrible UV filter over it.
vclaw52 m ago

The front element is a lot tougher than a cheap filter. If you didn't use …The front element is a lot tougher than a cheap filter. If you didn't use a filter, the lens still probably wouldn't have been damaged. A filter could even cause more damage to the lens.Why buy a nice lens then decrease the image quality by sticking another layer of glass on the front?A lens hood is much more useful for protecting the lens from bumps. Not much point in a filter for protection, unless you are somewhere with mud/water/sand flying about.


Absolute baloney every professional photographer I know recommends using a lens protector and there are endless examples of lenses being saved a worse fate by using such.. Front elements vary and some are known to be very breakable with a light tap you’re talking rubbish

I would recommend a specific clear protector like the Hoya Pro1 but there are cheaper from £4, which is a lot less than most lenses cost !

amazon.co.uk/gp/…MHW
Oh and lenses have many elements, one thin extra *soecifically designed to be clear* lens on the front makes less difference to images than pros can see, so its exaggeration to say it decreases image quality
restyler5 h, 58 m ago

Think of it NOT as a light filter, but as lens guard - stones - mud - …Think of it NOT as a light filter, but as lens guard - stones - mud - water - bodily fluids etc


Some of my action locations are sometimes prone to a little lens 'feedback'
...obviously for weddings etc, I consider removing the filter


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Edited by: "restyler" 27th Dec 2017
brilly8 h, 14 m ago

Which is exactly the same for nikon


This set is for Nikon, apparently!
Besford7 h, 41 m ago

This set is for Nikon, apparently!


Only if it takes a 58mm filter
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