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Hoya EVO Antistatic filter

Circular polarizing filter (62mm)

Item # 762XEV62CP

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About the Hoya EVO Antistatic filter

A circular polarizing filter reduces overall glare and reflection from non-metallic surfaces like water and glass. The effect deepens sky colors and increases contrast in outdoor shots, and can improve the look of vegetation in landscape shots. Colors appear more saturated, but the overall color balance of your shots remains unaffected. The EVO antistatic coating on this filter helps to repel dust, as well as water, scratches, and stains, and even makes the surface a little easier to clean.

Product highlights:

  • decreases glare and reflections in images while increasing the contrast and crispness of outdoor scenes
  • lightweight, low-profile black aluminum frame keeps filter rigid and parallel to the plane of the sensor
  • made from professional-grade optical glass
  • antistatic coating repels dust
  • top layer is water repellent, stain and scratch resistant
  • cleans easily
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # XEVA-62CPL

What's in the box:

  • 62mm Hoya EVO antistatic Circular Polarizing (CIR-PL) filter

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Antistatic Coating: The Hoya EVO antistatic filters feature a coating that repels dust. This allows you to work in areas where dust is common without having to frequently stop and clean the filter. The filter has two layers, with a hardened antistatic top layer that is water-repellant, stain and scratch resistant, and is easy to clean.

Circular Polarizing Filters: Circular polarizing filters (CIR-PL) filter out unwanted reflections from non-metallic surfaces such as water and glass. You can rotate the top layer to select just the right amount of filtration needed to achieve the effect you desire. Polarizing filters result in bluer skies, greener leaves, reduced or eliminated reflections, and greater clarity in your images.

Materials: The EVO antistatic filters feature high performance, professional-grade optical glass with a Super Multi-coating formula to eliminate reflections. The lightweight, two piece aluminum frame is very low-profile to eliminate vignetting when used on ultra-wide-angle lenses.

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Customer Q&A

Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
To cut through smog while taking pictures in Asia. [ John  Aug 19, 2017 ]
The circular polarizers cut down the haze and bring out the color in my landscape photos. They are a must have. [ Ronald  Jul 15, 2017 ]
Good reviews, quality product, easy clean [ Ray  May 21, 2017 ]
to fit Nikon 50mm 1.4 G lens [ Raulin  Sep 15, 2016 ]
Top-quality &, based on previous experience, they'll help to enhance my efforts, & I know they won't interfere w/ what I want to achieve. [ WILLIAM  Mar 16, 2016 ]
Based on reviews of that type of filter [ Alison  May 22, 2016 ]
I always shoot thru a polarizier filter, especially this time of year, when I want to get rich fall colors, and a dark blue sky. I like the more expensive filters. Makes no sense to put a cheap filter on an expensive lens. [ Raulin  Sep 15, 2016 ]
I have used Hoya filters in the past. [ Ricardo  Aug 06, 2018 ]
Features looked worthwhile for extra cost. [ Curtis  Sep 04, 2016 ]

1 question already asked

Does this filter work on Sigma 18-250mm telephoto lens mounted on Canon 70D camera?
[ frederick  Nov 02, 2014 ]
1 answer
I forwarded your question to an Advisor and they responded with the following: No this filter wont work on that lens. According to the info on the Sigma 18-250mm telephoto lens it says that it needs a 62mm. We don't carry that size in this type of filter. If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat.
[ Krissy  Nov 10, 2014 ]  Staff

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