• Application: •Essential for outdoor photography •Deepens intensity of blue skies •Reduces or eliminates glare
• Increases color saturation, creating deep, rich scenic images.Ultra slim 5.45mm magnalium frame, helps to avoid vignetting.
• The filters are all double-threaded, so you can stack your lens cap and other accessories as needed.Helps to reduce the amount of light entering the lens
• Compatible with NIKON DSLR D7100 D7000 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3200 D90 D80 D70 with a 18-105MM, 18-140MM or a 70-300MM zoom lens.Also compatible with the CANON EOS REBEL (T5i T4i T3i T3 T2i T1i XT XTi XSi SL1) with a 18-135MM, 17-85MM or a 70-200MM zoom lens.
• Brand of K&F Concept manufactured by a professional team,12 Month Manufacturer Warranty,100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.
What is a CPL? The use of lens filters can transform your photograph completely, as it allows you to go beyond the usual and explore something creative with your gear. Among multiple filters, a circular polarizing filter (CPL) is one such creative tool using which you can enhance the final photo that appears on your camera LCD screen.
With the use of a Circular Polarizing filter (CPL) on your lens, you can enhance the colors in the sky as well as the elements in your frame. This is made possible as the CPL filter, when rotated at a particular angle minimizes the haze in the sky and enhances the color by reducing the polarization effect caused by sunlight.
Enhancing colors and increasing contrast Discussing the two images above, you can clearly see how mounting the CPL filter almost completely eliminates the reflection visible in the water body. Isn’t that magical?
Dramatically reducing reflections Using a CPL filter can allow you to minimize the mirror image being caused by in the reflective element in your frame. All you have to do is simply rotate the filter to the required angle.
A CPL Filter Cuts Reflections While taking photos of glass buildings or landscapes with a water body in the frame, it can be really challenging to get rid of the reflections being caused by sunlight. You might have to change your composition or wait for the light to change in order to get a reflection-free image.