Marumi Super DHG Lens Protect and Circular Polarizer Filters

by on January 22, 2010

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Marumi Super DHG Lens Protect and Circular Polarizer Filters

Photographic supplier, Aragraph, has introduced new Marumi “lens protect” and circular polarizer filters in sizes from 49mm to 82mm.

More details in the press release below.

Aragraph Marumi Filters Press Release

Argraph Corporation, the international supplier of photographic / imaging products, is introducing Marumi Super Digital High Grade (DHG) Lens Protect and Circular Polarizer Filters, featuring a digital super coating that gives you the ultimate protection for your lenses.

Specially designed for news, sports, nature, and scientific photographers who shoot outdoors and in harsh environments, Super DHG Lens Protect Filters provide extreme protection for “heavy duty use”. They guard valuable lenses from all sorts of scratches. The Super DHG Lens Protect Filters are specially made to keep lenses clear by repelling dust and dirt, while also guarding against water and oil spots and smudges.

Super DHG Lens Protect Filters incorporated Marumi’s high-tech ultra-low reflection coating, which increases light transmission. To minimize internal reflection Marumi has manufactured the Super DHG Lens Protect Filters’ outer, satin smooth, rim with an ultra thin matte black filter frame. Super DHG Lens Protect Filters give you all this, plus all the features of Marumi’s renowned DHG Filters.

Digital High Grade (DHG) Filters are the first optical filters designed specifically for digital cameras and lenses. Marumi Optical Company of Japan, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of photographic filters, has designed the DHG range of lens filters to eliminate the flare and ghosting prevalent when the CCD or CMOS chips in digital cameras convert light into electrical signals.

Marumi Super DHG Lens Protect Filters are available in standard sizes from 49mm to 82mm

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