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Hoya 52mm Alpha UV (Ultra Violet) Multi Coated Glass Filter 1 of 1
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Mfg Part#: CALP52UV
Sku: 247107572
UPC: 024066056016
UPC 14: 00024066056016
Sales Rank: 78243
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Absorbs the ultraviolet rays which often makes outdoor photographs hazy and indistinct. This multi-purpose, all-around filter can serves as a permanent lens protector. While designed specifically for digital cameras. • Multi-coated UV to reduce reflections off the surface of the glass • Great optical quality at an affordable price. • Precision milled aluminum frame.Filter Properties At A GlanceFront ThreadsYesAccepts Snap In Lens CapYesFilter Ring Depth (Less Threads)5mmCoatingMulti-CoatedFilter Factor0 - StopsThese new HOYA Alpha series filters are manufactured by HOYA exclusively for distribution in the United States of America.                                                                                                 With UV                                                    Without UV  
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Video Features Great optical quality at an affordable price.
Video Features Multi-coated UV to reduce reflections off the surface of the glass
Video Features Precision milled aluminum frame.
Video Features Serves as a lens protector.
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