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Canon Polarising Camera Filters

For those looking to get the most out of their Canon camera, Canon polarising camera lens filters can have a striking impact on the quality of your photos. The filters can be screwed onto your camera’s lens or put into filter holders, providing a simple, yet effective boost to landscape photographs.

Polarisation

The purpose of using polarised camera filters is that they reduce reflections on surfaces, while enhancing the contrast and colour saturation of your shots. This can have a huge impact on photos with a lot of sky or water in them. This leaves you with a bolder picture and one that doesn’t require much in the way of post-production. Because a polarising camera lens reduces the exposure of your camera as less light reaches the sensor, they’re most useful during the daytime.

Dimensions

Canon polarising filters are designed to be as unobtrusive as possible, with filters thinner than 5mm. At this thickness, the filters even works well with wide-angle lenses. The camera lens filters also come in a range of sizes to fit any size lens, from a 58mm circular camera lens filter to a 67mm circular camera lens filter.

Quality Glass

Like many things in life, the more you spend on camera lens filters, the greater the quality. One of the big differences with high-end lens filters is the quality of the optical glass being used. Another common feature of premium camera lens filters is that they are multi-coated to enhance the filter’s anti-reflective properties. A further sign of a high-end product is filters that are encased in brass mounts.

Lens Protection

A bonus convenience of using camera lens filters is that they add an extra layer of protection over your camera’s lens. It’s far better to scratch or scuff an easily replaceable filter than your actual lens, something that can cost a great deal more to replace.

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