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HOYA 55MM UV FILTER : HOYA 55MM


HOYA 55MM UV FILTER : RESIDENTIAL WATER FILTER : DSL FILTER.



Hoya 55mm Uv Filter





hoya 55mm uv filter






    uv filter
  • UV filters are individual compounds or mixtures to prevent ultraviolet (UV) light from coming through. UV filters are used in sunscreens to protect skin or in photography to reduce haziness or fogginess created by ultraviolet light.

  • This coating is a filter for the harmful UV radiation. The coating is either put on the lens or is imbedded into the lens to protect your eyes for the harmful effect of the sun’s UV radiation.

  • This is an Ultra Violet absorbing filter that helps overcome the abundance of blue in outdoor photographs. Not really necessary in digital photography as the camera's white balance system adjusts for the colour temperature of the scene.





    hoya
  • any plant of the genus Hoya having fleshy leaves and usually nectariferous flowers

  • A climbing or sprawling evergreen shrub with ornamental foliage and waxy flowers, native to Southeast Asia and the Pacific and grown as a greenhouse or indoor plant

  • Asclepias L. (1753), the milkweeds, is a genus of herbaceous perennial, dicotyledonous plants that contains over 140 known species. It previously belonged to the family Asclepiadaceae, but this is now classified as the subfamily Asclepiadoideae of the dogbane family Apocynaceae.

  • Hoya is a genus of 200-300 species of tropical climbing plants in the family Apocynaceae (Dogbane), native to southern Asia (India east to southern China and southward), Australia, and Polynesia. Common names for this genus are waxplant, waxvine, waxflower or simply hoya.











hoya 55mm uv filter - Sigma 55-200mm




Sigma 55-200mm f/4-5.6 DC Telephoto Zoom Lens + Hoya 55mm UV Haze Protector Glass Filter + Sigma Spudz XL Microfiber Cleaning Cloth - for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras including Nikon D50, D70, D70s, D80, D100, D200 & D300


Sigma 55-200mm f/4-5.6 DC Telephoto Zoom Lens + Hoya 55mm UV Haze Protector Glass Filter + Sigma Spudz XL Microfiber Cleaning Cloth - for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras including Nikon D50, D70, D70s, D80, D100, D200 & D300



Kit includes: 1) Sigma 55-200mm DC Telephoto Zoom Lens; 2) Sigma Spudz Microfiber Cleaning Cloth; 3) Hoya 55mm UV Protector Filter. ¦ Sigma 55-200mm Lens includes: Front & Rear Lens Caps; Lens Hood; Soft Case; Instructions; Sigma USA Warranty. ¦ The Sigma 55-200mm is a lightweight, compact 3.6X telephoto zoom lens exclusively designed for digital SLR cameras featuring the standard APS-C size digital image sensor. It is ideal for portraits, candids, sports, travel, wildlife, and nature photography. This versatile lens also has macro capability for impressive close-ups of smaller objects such as flowers. ¦ The Sigma Spudz XL Microfiber Cleaning Cloth is a reusable microfiber cloth designed to safely and conveniently clean all your lenses — plus it has its own self-contained carrying pouch to keep it clean when stored in your pocket, purse, or camera bag. ¦ Hoya UV Filters are made of highest quality optical glass and can be left on your lenses at all times — even when taking pictures. A filter prevents environmental damage to the delicate surface coatings of the lens; shields the front element from accidental scuffs and scratches; and in the event of impact, absorbs most of the force — which helps minimize damage to the lens's filter threads. A UV filter enhances image quality by reducing the adverse effects of ultraviolet light which can cause outdoor photographs to appear hazy and indistinct. ¦ This Sigma Lens-plus-necessities Kit will help give you the amazing portraits, candids, travel, sports, wildlife and nature photos you've always wanted.










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Tried focusing on the dust on the front of my Hoya 55mm UV(C) filter and in the atmosphere, think it turned out all right. Was trying to create an infinity effect using two mirrors at the time then revolved to this. Need bigger mirrors. Might use the internal mirror in here for a photo soon so stay tuned for that. I'm loving Photoshop at the moment, can't get enough of it. Using masks a lot in recent work, it really enhances images drastically.

The interior of my lens may not be superior but it just fascinates me. Kind of need to get a new lens, maybe a macro or portrait lens before move to a telephoto as I don't think I will get the value out of it's use. I have jotted down a few ideas for upcoming levitation photography so stay around for that by adding me as a contact if you want. I find writing this while listening to music through high-quality headphones such as my Nixon Troopers helps to bring out what I really want to say. I could write eternally this way. Track Playing: Strobe (Radio Edit) - Deadmau5.

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EXIF DATA:
Camera: Sony a330 DSLR
Lens: Sony DT 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 SAM
Filter: Hoya 55mm UV(C)
Exposure: 0.167 Seconds (1/6)
Aperture: f/3.5
Focal Length: 18mm
ISO Speed: 400
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Flash: Off
Software Used: Adobe Photoshop CS4 (Windows, but Mac soon)











Nikon D90 & AF-S DX Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8G IF-ED




Nikon D90 & AF-S DX Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8G IF-ED





I just bought a new lens... The Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8G IF-ED. I installed a Hoya 77mm UV filter as well. I also purchased a new Nikon Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8 VR. I should have it tomorrow. I've taken a few shots around the house and this lens is a HUGE upgrade from my Kit lens, the 18-55mm VR. It's focus is VERY fast and produces very nice and soft Bokeh. This lens is a TANK. Solid... very solid.

This photo taken with my iPhone.









hoya 55mm uv filter







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