Hoya hmc uv c 77mm review năm 2024

The HOYA UV (C) filter uses the highest quality heat-resistant tempered glass, which creates a smooth, clear image. This filter cuts out all range of UV rays to give an astounding sharpness and clarity without the least affect on color balance. Constant use for lens protection is recommended. These popular filters are renowned for their ability to minimize reflection on filter surfaces which reduces flare and ghosting. With an average light transmission of over 97%, the HOYA HMC filters are engineered to enhance the performance of today's multi-coated lenses.

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General Info

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UV filters are designed to ultraviolet (UV) light from entering your camera lens. Just like sunscreen the UV filters are there to reduce the amount of ultraviolet light that enters your camera lens on its way to the camera sensor. UV Filters are also a great way to protect your lens face from dirt dust, grime and things like tree branches! It's a long story...

The UV Filter will also reduce haze and hence allow for higher image quality.

Cameras Direct has put the playlist below together to offer you the opportunity to see what others have to say about the purpose of using a UV Filter. Some reviewers think that a UV is a waste of money. I disagree and so do many others. I would never use a lens without a UV Filter screwed on. Ever.

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bought the product because i was going to potentially sandy and wet areas of Australia, and i was happy with the same product of other diameter so i just bought the same thing at different size to protect all my lens (only fitted at the location)

the product is excellent, i tried with and without it, exactly same ghosting and flares, so it means its just my lens not the filter. As expected sand flew and sea spray was all over the place, the product did its job, but it is very irritating to clean. the best way to clean is blower and lens pen. Microfiber cloth is hopeless for this product.

if you grab the lens the frame can rotate, for the price, its fine.

In terms of UV filtering, i would say its useless for digital. My ultra zoom shots with and without were identical. In terms of IQ and sharpness etc, i don't pixel peep but there is no difference to me, anyway i post process everything to my preference.

i do not have other products to compare with, but i can acknowledge that most of the pros and cons are same as most people claim online.

with water repellent coating is a redesign of the HMC UV(C) filter, now integrated into the new standard class UX II series along with the UX II CIR-PL filter. The UX II UV filter is a completely new concept design product targeting the entry class users and providing high quality standards with basic and contemporary functions.

"UX" in the series name stands for "User eXperience", as to indicate all the experiences that users will acquire through using these filters and all that comes with. By naming this series UX, we aim to offer users better individual experiences through all the activities connected with photography.

Though not visible to the naked eyes, UV rays may affect the image when shooting in locations like seaside or mountainous environments, resulting in blurred contours or faded and whitish images.

UV filters can suppress the UV spectrum contained in daylight that mainly causes poor effects on the images. This filter can be used with both film and digital cameras, and assures more vivid images. In addition, by keeping it constantly attached, this filter serve as everyday lens protection.

  • Anti-reflection coating prevents unwanted reflections and increases light transmittance.
  • Water-repellent coating has been added to the anti-reflective coating. This coating repels water drops and makes easier to clean the filter surface from dirt or fingerprints.

Is Hoya UV filter good?

I fall in the latter category, while cautiously acknowledging the former. Hoya UV filters, especially the multi-coated and super-multicoated ones, are excellent. Their adverse effect is minimal (and transmissive properties are among the best as well). And they are often not obscenely priced.

Which is better UV or UVC filter?

For High Flow rates (over 5 gallons per minute), UV lamps have advantages with high wattage and size offerings for wide channel reactor designs. For Low Flow rates (under 5 gallons per minute), UVC LEDs have advantages of high-intensity point source output for efficient reactor designs.

What is HMC UV?

Description. The Hoya HMC UV(O) filter uses optical grade glass and 6 layers of Hoya's HMC multi-coatings for 97% light transmission. It is great at protecting your front element from dust, dirt, sand, moisture and scratches.

Which UV filter is best?

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