ProMaster Pure Light Lens Filters-Circular Polariser-95mm

ProMaster Pure Light Lens Filters-Circular Polariser-95mm

114002
£159.99
In Stock
SKU
114002

This ProMaster 95mm Pure Light Circular Polarising (CPL) filter can be used to remove or control reflections, improve contrast & saturation, or darken blue skies. It also protects your valuable lens against the elements such as sand, dirt, oil, water, and even fingerprints. 

Thanks to a special combination of hydrophobic coatings, finely polished Schott B270 optical glass, and top-of-the-line polarizing films Pure Light CPL filters have a high light transmission rating, very low light reflectivity, and are colour neutral.

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ProMaster Pure Light Filters Key Features:

  • Available in Protection or Circular Polarising options
  • Available in standard sizes 46mm through to 95mm
  • Made in Japan
  • Made from high-quality Schott B270 optical glass
  • Multi-coated
  • Oil and water resistant

How do I know which size filter I need for my lens?

Your lens has the filter thread size marked. It is shown next to the diameter symbol: ⌀ (a circle with a slash through it).

On most lenses, this can be found on the very front of the lens along with the focal length and aperture.

If you’re buying a brand new lens from Wilkinson Cameras, then simply look on the product page in the “More Information” tab and you’ll see that we include the filter size here for convenience.

Or, you can get in touch with one of our Customer Service team if you’re unsure.

What is a circular polarising filter, and when should I use one?

A circular polarizer or CPL / C-PL lens filter helps to remove unwanted glare and reflections from glass, water or other non-metallic surfaces. It can be used in both photography and videography. The reduction in reflection and glare is very difficult to achieve in post-production.

Circular polarisers also help improve colour saturation and contrast without affecting colour balance.

Landscape, city, architectural, estate agents and product photographers/videographers often benefit from polarising filters.

How do I use a circular polarising filter?

Find the right size of filter for your camera lens and simply screw the Circular Polariser (CPL) filter to the front of your lens.

Attach the CPL filter to the front of your camera’s lens and rotate it, by hand, while watching the results in your camera’s viewfinder. This allows you to control the amount of polarisation and achieve the best aesthetic appearance.

A CPL is most effective when the camera is pointed 90 degrees from the main light source (typically the sun)

Don’t forget to use your lens hood for additional protection, but also to prevent any flare. You can use a lens hood and a protection filter at the same time. You can also still use your existing lens cap.

Can I use a Circular Polariser with a UV or Protection Filter?

We don’t recommend stacking filters, so if you use a protection filter take this off before attaching your CPL.

Which lenses can I use a Circular Polariser on?

Circular Polarisers can be less effective on very wide-angle lenses, due to the many directions of light these lenses are capable of taking in. It means the effect of the CPL can become uneven across the frame. You can still use a CPL on a wide-angle lens, but for the best results, we recommend using them on 24mm lenses and longer.


Why do I need a Protection filter for my lens?

A protection filter protects the front element of your lens from scratches, finger marks, knocks, and scrapes. Just as you would put a case on your expensive phone, we always recommend adding a protection filter to the front of your lens. It’s much easier and less expensive to replace a scratched or damaged filter than repairing a camera lens!

How do I use a protection filter?

Find the right size of filter for your camera lens and simply screw the protection filter to the front of your lens and leave it in place! Don’t forget to use your lens hood for additional protection and to prevent from flare. You can use a lens hood and a protection filter at the same time. You can also still use your existing lens cap.

You won’t even notice your protection filter is there!

More Information
Weight 3.500000
Brand ProMaster
Model PureLight
MPN (Manufacurer product no) 69354
Condition New
Product Type Filters
Filter Size 95mm
Filter Type Circular Polarising
Series Pure Light