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Polarising Lens Filters

Lens filters play a significant role in the filmmaking process. These filters are more than your average lens protection layers. The primary purpose of a lens filter is to enhance the quality of the content you have produced by reducing reflections, reducing light intensity and by improving colour quality.

There are many different kinds of lens filters available such as UV filters, ND filters, Polarising filters, Colour filters, close-up filters, etc. You can use each of these filters to further develop your filmmaking skills to reach that level of perfection you wish for.

Polarising lens filters are one of the best and most common filters being used due to their excellent result. They filter out any polarized light by producing high contrast images along with reducing the glares present.

Polarising Lens Filters
  1. Hoya 62mm Linear Polarising Filter

    • Hoya 62mm Linear Polarising Filter
    • reduce reflections and glare from non-metallic surfaces.
    • Mount rotates to control amount of effect.
    • saturates colors providing better contrast.
    • Filter factor is between 2.3 and 2.8 (approx. +1.3 stops)
    • Creates dramatic sky/cloud contrast.

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  2. Hoya 58mm Linear Polarising Filter

    • Hoya 58mm Linear Polarising Filter
    • reduce reflections and glare from non-metallic surfaces.
    • Mount rotates to control amount of effect.
    • saturates colors providing better contrast.
    • Filter factor is between 2.3 and 2.8 (approx. +1.3 stops)
    • Creates dramatic sky/cloud contrast.

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  3. Hoya 43mm Linear Polarising Filter

    • Hoya 43mm Linear Polarising Filter
    • reduce reflections and glare from non-metallic surfaces.
    • Mount rotates to control amount of effect.
    • saturates colors providing better contrast.
    • Filter factor is between 2.3 and 2.8 (approx. +1.3 stops)
    • Creates dramatic sky/cloud contrast.

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  4. Hoya 82mm Linear Polarising Filter

    • Hoya 82mm Linear Polarising Filter
    • reduce reflections and glare from non-metallic surfaces.
    • Mount rotates to control amount of effect.
    • saturates colors providing better contrast.
    • Filter factor is between 2.3 and 2.8 (approx. +1.3 stops)
    • Creates dramatic sky/cloud contrast.

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  5. Hoya 52mm Linear Polarising Filter

    • Hoya 52mm Linear Polarising Filter
    • reduce reflections and glare from non-metallic surfaces.
    • Mount rotates to control amount of effect.
    • saturates colors providing better contrast.
    • Filter factor is between 2.3 and 2.8 (approx. +1.3 stops)
    • Creates dramatic sky/cloud contrast.

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  6. Hoya 72mm Linear Polarising Filter

    • Hoya 72mm Linear Polarising Filter
    • reduce reflections and glare from non-metallic surfaces.
    • Mount rotates to control amount of effect.
    • saturates colors providing better contrast.
    • Filter factor is between 2.3 and 2.8 (approx. +1.3 stops)
    • Creates dramatic sky/cloud contrast.

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  7. Hoya 55mm Linear Polarising Filter

    • Hoya 55mm Linear Polarising Filter
    • reduce reflections and glare from non-metallic surfaces.
    • Mount rotates to control amount of effect.
    • saturates colors providing better contrast.
    • Filter factor is between 2.3 and 2.8 (approx. +1.3 stops)
    • Creates dramatic sky/cloud contrast.

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  8. Hoya 49mm Linear Polarising Filter

    • Hoya 49mm Linear Polarising Filter
    • reduce reflections and glare from non-metallic surfaces.
    • Mount rotates to control amount of effect.
    • saturates colors providing better contrast.
    • Filter factor is between 2.3 and 2.8 (approx. +1.3 stops)
    • Creates dramatic sky/cloud contrast.

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  9. Hoya 40.5mm Linear Polarising Filter

    • Hoya 40.5mm Linear Polarising Filter
    • reduce reflections and glare from non-metallic surfaces.
    • Mount rotates to control amount of effect.
    • saturates colors providing better contrast.
    • Filter factor is between 2.3 and 2.8 (approx. +1.3 stops)
    • Creates dramatic sky/cloud contrast.

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  10. Hoya 46mm Linear Polarising Filter

    • Hoya 46mm Linear Polarising Filter
    • reduce reflections and glare from non-metallic surfaces.
    • Mount rotates to control amount of effect.
    • saturates colors providing better contrast.
    • Filter factor is between 2.3 and 2.8 (approx. +1.3 stops)
    • Creates dramatic sky/cloud contrast.

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  11. Hoya 67mm Linear Polarising Filter

    • Hoya 67mm Linear Polarising Filter
    • reduce reflections and glare from non-metallic surfaces.
    • Mount rotates to control amount of effect.
    • saturates colors providing better contrast.
    • Filter factor is between 2.3 and 2.8 (approx. +1.3 stops)
    • Creates dramatic sky/cloud contrast.

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Polarising Lens Filters

Lens filters play a significant role in the filmmaking process. These filters are more than your average lens protection layers. The primary purpose of a lens filter is to enhance the quality of the content you have produced by reducing reflections, reducing light intensity and by improving colour quality.

There are many different kinds of lens filters available such as UV filters, ND filters, Polarising filters, Colour filters, close-up filters, etc. You can use each of these filters to further develop your filmmaking skills to reach that level of perfection you wish for.

Polarising lens filters are one of the best and most common filters being used due to their excellent result. They filter out any polarized light by producing high contrast images along with reducing the glares present.

Polarising Lens Filters

 There are two types of polarized lens filters - linear and the circular filters. Both of these are compatible with different types of camera due to the major difference in their design. However, linear filters have been the most commonly used.

When you are looking for the best polarising lens filter, there are some things you need to asses before actually buying one. The first thing to consider is the compatibility of the filter with your camera. If you have a camera like a DSLR with manual focus, then you should use the circular filter for better focus and clarity.

Auto-focus cameras make the best use of linear polarizing filters which give out blur-free images. Polarizing lens filters like any other lens filters also offer protection for your camera’s lens. You should look for the best filter, one that can hold off any finger marks, high-intensity light or minor scratches that might harm your camera’s lens.

Another important thing to consider is the filter factor. This basically refers to how much light the lens filter can block. This depends on your choice of light intensity you desire in your best shots.

A good polarising lens filter will always increase the contrast of the pictures and the videos. You should look for the one that creates the highest contrast and reduces any irregularities present in your best shots. 

A linear polarizer filter will have to be at a 90° angle from the object to give you the most accurate result. If you are looking for a linear filter, you should know that the filter is able to control the amount of light effects. 

The polarized lens filter you should be looking for should be of appropriate size for your camera’s lens. Any difference in size can disturb the image structure creating unwanted blurriness in it. Polarized filters give you the opportunity to view the world from a different side by creating that special effect every photographer wants to see.