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Neewer 58MM Complete Lens Filter Accessory Kit for Canon Rebel Cameras - See List in OP  - £12.97 Sold by Nashes Camspace and FBA
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Neewer 58MM Complete Lens Filter Accessory Kit for Canon Rebel Cameras - See List in OP - £12.97 Sold by Nashes Camspace and FBA

£12.97£21.8441%Amazon Deals
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Posted 17th Sep

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Good amount of gear for just under £13 if you have one of the compatible cameras There's a List below, although they should fit others too. Again, really good for those wanting to try different things out without spending an absolute fortune.

For this price, use code FILTER919
Delivery is free for both Prime and Non Prime members

Make sure you use the seller - Nashes Camspace and Fulfilled by Amazon.

Kit Includes:
  • 58mm Filter Kit (UV, CPL, FLD)
  • 58mm Macro Close-up Filter Set (+1, +2, +4, +10)
  • ND Filter Set (ND2, ND4, ND8)
  • 3-in-1 Collapsible Lens Hood
  • Tulip Lens Hood
  • Snap-On Lens Cap
  • Cap Keeper Leash
  • (3)Filter Carrying Pouches
  • Microfiber Cleaning Cloth

Compatible with the CANON Rebel (T5i T4i T3i T3 T2i T1i XT XTi XSi SL1), CANON EOS (700D 650D 600D 550D 500D 450D 400D 350D 300D 1100D 1000D 100D 60D)

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  • Kit includes:(1)Filter Kit (UV, CPL, FLD) + (1)Macro Close-up Filter Set (+1, +2, +4, +10) + (1)Neutral Density Filter Set (ND2, ND4, ND8) + (1)3-in-1 Collapsible Lens Hood + (1)Tulip Lens Hood + (1)Snap-on Front Lens Cap + (1)Cap Keeper Leash + (3)Filter Carrying Pouches + (1)Microfiber Cleaning Cloth.

  • Compatible with the CANON Rebel (T5i T4i T3i T3 T2i T1i XT XTi XSi SL1), CANON EOS (700D 650D 600D 550D 500D 450D 400D 350D 300D 1100D 1000D 100D 60D) with 58MM Lens witch include: EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II , EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II , EF 50mm f/1.4 USM , EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM.

  • The 58mm filter kit(UV, CPL, FLD)fit any camera lens with a 58mm filter thread. High quality metal and glass construction.The 58mm macro close-up filter set(+1, +2, +4, +10)are double threaded allowing additional filters, lenses, or attachments to be mounted on top.The ND filters(ND2, ND4, ND8) reduce the amount of light reaching the film without affecting the color.

  • The 3-in-1 collapsible lens hood extends to full length for use with a telephoto lens. The tulip lens hood can help prevent flares.

  • The filter carrying pouch has clear inner lining for quick and easy access.The cleaning cloth is safe for all surfaces and lenses.
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Unfortunately you'll degrade the sharpness and contrast of your photos using any of these. It's a pity but you have to spend quite a lot of money to get a slice of glass to put on your lens that's as good as the glass *in* your lens.
Edited by: "MrMatt991" 17th Sep
Why would this only be compatible with the Canon Rebel range, when the filters go on the lens? *puzzled*
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Why would this only be compatible with the Canon Rebel range, when the filters go on the lens? *puzzled*
fatje201817/09/2019 19:33

Why would this only be compatible with the Canon Rebel range, when the …Why would this only be compatible with the Canon Rebel range, when the filters go on the lens? *puzzled*


Was just about to comment this.

Anyone considering this, all you'll need to check is the thread on your lens. Not Canon specific but assuming it was built with the kit lenses in mind.
Heat.

This will fit newer cameras too as it's the lens size that matters.
Edited by: "muf" 17th Sep
Unfortunately you'll degrade the sharpness and contrast of your photos using any of these. It's a pity but you have to spend quite a lot of money to get a slice of glass to put on your lens that's as good as the glass *in* your lens.
Edited by: "MrMatt991" 17th Sep
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fatje201817/09/2019 19:33

Why would this only be compatible with the Canon Rebel range, when the …Why would this only be compatible with the Canon Rebel range, when the filters go on the lens? *puzzled*


no doubt so they can sell the exact same product for other camera models using key word specific searches

if you are looking for 58mm Canon 'whatever model' lens kit you will find this kit they will also probably have the same kit listed as 58mm Nikon 'whatever model' lens kit for Nikon key word searches etc they can and often do charge different prices for different models but its still the exact same kit

rather than one generic kit that most people will overlook if it doesn't have their make or model listed

key word searches also drive up their search ranking with Amazon so they get more sales
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Cheap filters, as some have pointed out, won't do much for your image quality, *however* they're a lot less expensive than the front element of your lens! (would far sooner smash a cheap filter than a lens!)

Personally I would settle for just a circular polariser but it's only taken me 50 years to come to that conclusion - some people have to learn the "hard" way!
Not for me! As with some of the other comments, I see little point investing in decent gear only to degrade the image quality by adding cheap glass out in front of the lens.
Hmm. I guess for the price it's a good kit but the macro filters are
...optically poor - get a reverse macro adapter instead, the ND filters are too weak for anything interesting, the fluorescent filter is fairly pointless (just use the white balance in cam), lens hood and cap are probably ok.
In the era of digital photography the only filters you really need are a circular polariser (used with care, and buy a good one otherwise you'll get colour casts and reduced sharpness), a strong ND filter (200 or 400) so you can do long exposures in bright weather, and if you have a bad habit of using the camera in adverse conditions you could consider a plain glass or UV filter.. but take it OFF before taking any photos. It'll do as lens protection for when you're not taking pics.

Arguably grad filters can be a powerful tool for landscape work too, but again quality counts there and you're better off with bracketing/hdr if the scene is static and you have a tripod.
MrMatt99117/09/2019 19:41

Unfortunately you'll degrade the sharpness and contrast of your photos …Unfortunately you'll degrade the sharpness and contrast of your photos using any of these. It's a pity but you have to spend quite a lot of money to get a slice of glass to put on your lens that's as good as the glass *in* your lens.


Oh, please. I use LEE filters which are resin, and are scratched to hell and back, they are so close to the focal plane, the sharpness isn't apparent.
fatje201817/09/2019 19:33

Why would this only be compatible with the Canon Rebel range, when the …Why would this only be compatible with the Canon Rebel range, when the filters go on the lens? *puzzled*


They're not, it's the Rebel range AND the EOS range, please read again.
8ANNED18/09/2019 10:27

They're not, it's the Rebel range AND the EOS range, please read again.


You didn't get my question... Filters go on lenses, not on cameras.
fatje201818/09/2019 10:34

You didn't get my question... Filters go on lenses, not on cameras.


Good point...
8ANNED18/09/2019 10:25

Oh, please. I use LEE filters which are resin, and are scratched to hell …Oh, please. I use LEE filters which are resin, and are scratched to hell and back, they are so close to the focal plane, the sharpness isn't apparent.


Depends on what is the limiting factor on sharpness (lens or filter) but a reduction in overall contrast will be seen even if sharpness is not affected.

I have some lenses where any filter no matter how expensive reduces sharpness. Full frame macro lenses generally do this.
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