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Add the ‘wow factor’ to your images with the best camera filters from CameraPro. We stock a comprehensive range of polarizing filters, UV filters and neutral density filters from Hoya (Pro1D and HD), Kenko (Pro1D and Zeta) and B+W Kaiseman. We also stock camera filter kits from Lee Filters and Cokin.

Why use camera filters?
Photographers use camera filters to add definition and clarity to images, and to create a range of dazzling effects by blocking light at different wavelengths, or by altering the characteristics of light as it enters the camera lens.

The best camera filters for DSLRs and Compact System Cameras are categorised below:

Polarizing Filters: Sorts light into a single plane of entry. Use this camera filter to reduce reflections and glare from water and glass, and to darken blue skies.

UV Filters: Blocks ultraviolet light from entering your camera. Use to reduce haze in your images.

Neutral Density Filters: Reduces the amount of light entering your lens, so you can take longer exposures in daylight. Use a neutral density filter to get a smoky effect from flowing water.

Protector Filters: Toughened camera filters to help protect your lens glass against dirt and scratches.

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  1. Canon FADC58C Filter Adaptor for G1X
    • Compatibility: Canon PowerShot G1X Digital Camera
    • Adaptor Size: 58mm / 2.28"
    Inc GST

    Canon FADC58C Filter Adaptor for G1X

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