The Heliopan SH-PMC Multi Coated UV Protection Filter is not only an excellent filter for visually improving images on both digital and film but it can always stay on the lens to protect it from fingerprints, dust, moisture, etc. It absorbs the short wave portion of the spectrum so in hazy conditions a better image of the scene is possible. Loss of sharpness from UV Rays and the blue tones common in infinity scenes are eliminated. No exposure correction is needed. Tip: Protect your investment and keep a Heliopan UV filter on your valuable lenses at all times.
For brilliant colour reproduction, highest contrast and sharpness Heliopan filters are THE choice for the professional photographer. When coupled with the fact that Heliopan filters are manufactured from SCHOTT glass (the same stuff used to make ZEISS optics), it is clear that the only thing that should stand between your lens and your subject is a Heliopan filter.
Made in Germany, all Heliopan screw-in filters come in high quality anodised brass mounts which virtually eliminate binding.
Heliopan SH-PMC Multi Coated UV Protection Filter Features:
Available in 37mm to 105mm and Bayonet sizes
SH-PMC coatings of 8 layers per side for the highest reflection reduction (below 0.2%)
Dust and moisture repellent top coating on each side of SH-PMC filters for easy cleaning and long life
Ultra-Slim filter rims
Made in Germany
Brilliant Colour Reproduction and High Sharpness
The highest quality optical glass from the German Schott Group
The longest life expectancy thanks to brass filter rims
Minimal reflections because of matte black filter rings
At least one high quality hard coating on each filter side
Select the required Filter Size from the drop-down menu
Please Note: Occasionally, some filter sizes may not be in stock, we recommend you to contact us to confirm availability before ordering.
Both linear and circular polarisers are available from Lee Filters in both a rotating 105mm diameter 'screw in' version and a 100x100mm square version. The 100mm square polarisers are to be used in the filter holder in a standard 2mm resin filter slot; and the entire holder is then rotated to achieve the correct polarisation state.This is recommended for studio use or for when only the polariser and, possibly, standard filters are to be used.