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Urth documentary lens filters are made from premium materials and are guaranteed for life. Our consciously designed documentary lens filters are made for documentary photography and filmmaking and the world’s best cameras and lenses. Our low-impact designs offer professional quality lens filters that don’t cost the Earth. Our documentary filters will help you sharpen your photos, cut polarized light, and unlock new creative possibilities so you can continue exploring your creativity. Urth documentary lens filters are made from the world’s best Japanese optical glass and German SCHOTT B270 optical glass for better light transmission. And each filter plants 5 trees so future generations can enjoy nature as much as we do now. All our circular filters come with a protective travel tin case, a recycled cleaning cloth, and recycled plastic-free packaging. Read more Read less
Urth documentary lens filters are made from premium materials and are guaranteed for life. Our consciously designed documentary lens filters are made for documentary photography and filmmaking and the world’s best cameras and lenses. Our low-impact designs offer professional quality lens filters that don’t cost the Earth. Our documentary filters will help ... Read more Read less
How do I find my filter size?
The filter thread size is usually displayed on the front or side of your lens next to this symbol Ø and will look something like Ø77 or 77mm.
Your lens filter size is the diameter of your lens measured in millimeters. But you don't need to measure it, it's usually printed on the front or side of your lens next to this Ø symbol. Alternatively, you can find your filter size on the back of your lens cap. Please note that the focal length (e.g 24mm) is not your filter size. You can also search for your filter size by entering the specific lens model and filter size. E.g. 'Canon EF 24mm f1.4L USM II filter size' and you'll see it's 77mm.
Which range should I buy?
Let the quality of your lens guide your choice. Or simply go for the best – our professional Plus+ range.
Urth has two different ranges of filters: Urth (our premium range) and Urth Plus+ (our professional range). Let the quality of your lens guide your decision. If you’ve invested in a professional-quality lens, we recommend you match its quality with our Plus+ range. Our Urth range is the perfect option for all other standards of lens.
Which range do you recommend for a telephoto lens?
Our Plus+ range is best for telephoto lenses.
Because of the amount of glass in a telephoto lens, opting for the best quality filter will help you capture sharp, high-quality images and protect your lens.
Which range do you recommend for a wide-angle lens?
All our filters work with wide-angle lenses without vignetting.
Our consciously designed slim rims help avoid any vignetting even with wide angle lenses.
Can I stack multiple filters?
You sure can. Our filters are double threaded so you can stack filters to your heart's content.
All our filters are double threaded, which means they have back and front threads so you can stack filters of the same thread size. The exception to this rule is the Variable ND filters, which require a larger filter to be stacked on top. E.g. a 58mm Variable ND takes a 62mm thread size on top. However, we recommend you avoid stacking any filters with the Variable ND filter range as it can create vignetting.
Remember that stacking too many filters together can cause vignetting so we would not recommend stacking more than 2 filters together. Some popular stacking combinations include combining 2 fixed ND filters for a greater ND filter factor, and leaving a UV on your lens and stacking a CPL or fixed ND on top. Remember that you will always get the best image quality with just one filter on your lens.
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