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Sleek Design and Durable, a Protective and Easy to use Polycarbonate Resin Compact Case
Kenko 55mm Zeta UV L41 Filter
The Kenko Zeta UV L41 Filter is built to absorb the ultraviolet rays which often cause outdoor photographs hazy and indistinct. The solution is here with the multi-purpose, all-around filter that also can serve as a permanent lens protector. Although it is designed specifically for digital cameras, the Zeta series can be used on film cameras as well.
Ultra-smooth surface - Nano Glass Technology
With the Nano Glass Technology, the Kenko Zeta UV L41 Filter is covered with ultra-smooth surface from finest particles of glass, making it stain and scratch resistant without any interference to the image.
High end constructed - Ultra Thin Frame
The glass of Kenko Zeta UV Filter is precision machined and attached using Retainer Ring Mount Technology giving it an unsurpassed durability. An ultra-thin frame also makes it wide-angle lens compatible.
L41 Super UV Cut Glass
The Kenko Zeta UV Filter absorbs up to 410nm of ultraviolet rays. Conventional UV glass has a slight yellow tint, but the Kenko Zeta UV L41 Filter is perfectly clear due to the use of a high-performance glass.
Sophisticated Filter Case
Sleek design and durable, a protective and easy to use polycarbonate resin compact case comes with the filter itself.
ZR ( Zero Reflection ) Super Multi-Coating
The Kenko Zeta UV Filter is coated with a ZR Super Multi-coating technology that prevents any interference caused by reflections. This filter coating will not interfere with any colour or light transmission to produce superior results and it is also compatible with any type of lens (wide angle to telephoto).
Supported by its vast reserves of originality, Kenko is committed to stride confidently ahead in the twin fields of optics and video. Kenko was founded as a manufacturer specializing in optical products in September, 1957. Based on advanced optics technology, they have been focusing on the development and sales of filters for photographs, industrial uses and optical products such as binoculars and astronomical telescopes, and expanding business rapidly through the development and marketing of popular new products in a diversity of fields ranging from more and more digitalized photographs and videos to security services.