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Jeryerce Seagull 62mm Protector Multi Coated UV Filter

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The UV Camera Filter can be left on the lens at all times. If there is only one accessory you will purchase for the lens of your camera or camcorder, this 62mm lens Filter should be the one. A UV Camera Lens Filter serves to protect your lens fr...
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  • Seagull 62mm Multi-coated UV 62mm lens Filter can be used as a protective filter
  • UV Filter absorbs ultraviolet radiation without affecting visible light
  • Multi-coated UV Camera Lens Filter is effective for reducing distant haze in landscape pictures taken on sunny days, especially when using black-and-white film
  • The Camera Lens Filter has no effect on exposure and little effect on color temperature
  • This Camera Lens Filter is most often outdoors, especially at high altitudes, where the UV-absorbing atmosphere is thinner, and over long distances, such as marine scenes
  • UV Camera Filter is important to distinguish between UV-generated haze and that of air-borne particles, such as smog
  • Size: 62mm/2.4in(Dia.)

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Jeryerce Seagull 62mm Protector Multi Coated UV Filter

Jeryerce Seagull 62mm Protector Multi Coated UV Filter


  • High quality optical glass for maximum clarity and vivid picture, seagull 62mm Multi-coated UV 62mm lens Filter can be used as a protective filter

Jeryerce Seagull 62mm Protector Multi Coated UV Filter

Jeryerce Seagull 62mm Protector Multi Coated UV Filter


  • This Camera Lens Filter is most often outdoors, especially at high altitudes, where the UV-absorbing atmosphere is thinner, and over long distances, such as marine scenes

Jeryerce Seagull 62mm Protector Multi Coated UV Filter


  • UV Camera Filter is important to distinguish between UV-generated haze and that of air-borne particles, such as smog

Neutral Density ND Lens Filter 


  • Neutral Density filter or ND filter is a "grey" filter, it appears gray and reduces the amount of light reaching the film or sensor, but does not have an effect on color balance
  • The purpose of standard photographic neutral density filter is to allow the photographer greater flexibility to change the aperture or exposure time, allowing for more control, particularly in extreme circumstances such as on a very bright day
  • This filter can be used to prevent strong overexposure even when using a slow shutter speed. It's perfect for shooting in heavily-lit settings or for extended exposures. For example, when you use a slow shutter speed to capture a bright moving object, such as a waterfall, this filter is your best choice. See the pictures below for comparative shots of a waterfall taken both with and without the use of this filter. The ND Filter we offer is double thread with 2×, 4× and 8×(ND2 ND4 ND8) to indicate the amount of light a ND filter can reduce. Different neutral densities have different effects. You can use the filter individually or in any combination to meet your demand

ND Filter Have Four Main Uses:


  • To enable slow shutter speeds to be used, especially with fast films, to record movement in subjects such as waterfalls, clouds, cars, seas, etc
  • To decrease depth of field by allowing wider apertures to be used, which helps separate subjects from their background
  • To decrease the effective ISO of high speed film (i.e.: above ISO400) and allow it to be used outdoors in blight situations
  • To allow cine and video cameras (which have fixed shutter speeds) to film subjects such as snow, sand or other bright scenes which would normally cause over-exposure

How to Choose a Camera Lens Filter


Filters applied to your camera lens serve two main functions. First and foremost, they provide a protective barrier between your lens and the rest of the world. If the camera is ever dropped, the filter will take the brunt of the fall, often saving your valuable lens. Filters are also used for creative purposes in photography. They can alter the look of an image, assist in exposure and even help you photograph small objects close up.


 Jeryerce Seagull 62mm Protector Multi Coated UV Filter


  • Determine what size of filter you will need. Look at the barrel of the lens which will have the filter attached. Look for a circle symbol with a line through it. This is the symbol that represents filter size. After the symbol will be a number. For example, 52mm after the symbol means you need to purchase a size 52mm filter.
  • Shop for camera lens filters. Purchase filters at a local photography retailer, online or by mail order from photography magazine ads. Browse the variety of filters available, and determine which ones best suit your photography needs.
  • Select a polarizing filter when photographing reflective objects. Choose a polarizing filter to help darken sky and saturate the color in your photos. They also help reduce glare on the surface of water or on glass display cases.
  • Choose a sky or UV haze filter as a multipurpose filter. Choose this option to reduce haze viewed in long-distance photographs. If you are traveling and taking scenic photographs of landscape a long distance away, choose a sky or UV haze filter to help clarify the image. Select a sky or UV haze filter for general lens protection. It is best to always have a filter applied to your lens.
  • Select black and white or sepia-toned filters to alter the look of your pictures. Shooting through these types of filters will change your photos from color to black and white or to a sepia brown tone. Once they are shot with these types of filters, you cannot go back to a color photo.
  • Choose soft focus filters for a warm, diffused look. Soft focus filters are often used when photographing women, people with wrinkles or babies. Use a soft focus filter to also smooth out patchy skin tones and mild acne. These filters are also used in wedding portraits and senior portraits of females.
  • Select magnifying filters for macro photography. Using these filters will allow you to take close-up pictures of small items. You can stack these types of filters to enhance the magnification.

How to Use a Polarizing Filter With a Camera Lens


Light travels in waves. When light strikes an object it is modified by the object. Light is absorbed by dark objects and reflected by objects like water, glass or rocks. To eliminate unwanted reflections in specular highlights, photographers use a filter on their camera lenses called a polarizing filter. This filter will allow you to control unwanted reflections from glass or water in your photographs. It can also be used to deepen the color of the sky or increase the differences between a cloud and the sky. It will remove glare from most views, but will have little impact on metal objects, which reflect mostly non-polarized light. The following are ways to use a polarizing filter with your camera lens.

Jeryerce Seagull 62mm Protector Multi Coated UV Filter


  • Screw the filter on to the front of the camera lens as you would any filter. You will notice this filter is different than most filters. It has an adjustment rim on the front of the filter. View your subject through the camera. In single lens reflect cameras you will be able to see the changes in the view finder immediately.
  • Take a number of exposures adjusting the filter between each exposure. This will allow you to view prints or see screen images to determine the impact of the filter.
  • Notice the change in sky and the appearance of the rocks. Try taking pictures through a window and use the filter to minimize the glass reflections.

Tips & Warnings


  • Use the filter for scenes with a lot of sky or water. Observe the changes as you turn the filter.
  • You can do a lot of things in Photoshop, but removing unwanted reflections is difficult.
  • It is definitely worth having this inexpensive tool in your camera bag.
  • You can use a polarizing film with a non SLR camera, but you will only be able to see the changes in your exposures, not through the viewfinder.

Package Included:


  • 1 x Seagull 62mm Protector Multi-coated UV Filter