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ProMaster Digital HGX Prime Protection Filter 58mm

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SKU : 54419
$59.95
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Quick Overview

This Protection Filter features ultra-hardened glass and Repellemax II coating for ultimate lens protection.

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    ProMaster Digital HGX Prime Protection Filter 58mm

Details

This Protection Filter features ultra-hardened glass and Repellemax II coating for ultimate lens protection. It passes 99.2% of light to your camera for excellent images in tough conditions.

  • Crafted for fine lenses, HGX Prime filters are individually ground, polished, and coated. They repel dirt and transmit brilliant light to achieve the clearest possible image.
  • Protective: Repellemax II Anti-static barrier resists dust, dirt, oil, water and fingerprints
  • Best Image: Cutting-edge multi-coatings and black rimmed glass pass the clearest light to your sensor
  • Strong and Durable: Ultra hardened glass with scratch resistant coating
  • Bright: Extremely high visible light transmission to your camera

Specifications:

  • Thread size: 58 mm
  • Outer diameter: 60 mm
  • Frame thickness: 6.3 mm
  • Lens thickness: 1.3 mm
  • Coatings: 22 layers
  • Light transmission rate: 99.2% (average at 400 - 700 nm)
  • Reflection: less than 0.3% (average at 420 - 680 nm)
  • Made in Japan

Additional Information

Model 6592
Brand ProMaster
UPC 029144065928

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