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Protect your lens and block excessive UV light with this UV Filter from Tech Choice! The primary use for a UV filter is in reducing the amount of ultraviolet light that reaches your film or digital image sensor. Older film was particularly susceptible to UV light but newer film stocks are relatively immune as are digital image sensors. However at higher altitudes the UV light can affect the resulting photograph.
This filter fits a standard 72mm threaded filter mount on the end of a lens or filter adapter.
Comes in a reusable snap-latch plastic case with foam to protect the filter and keep it from sliding around inside the case.
Nowadays a UV filter is primarily used as a protective device for expensive lenses. When taking photos in outdoor environments it is better to get dust twigs and rain on an inexpensive UV filter than on your expensive lens. Additionally if the lens is dropped or smacked up against a wall it is better to let the filter take the fall than your lens.
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