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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2007 9:06 pm 
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It saved my 18-55 !


Ease Of Use: 4.5/5

Easy to put it on the lens


Value For Money: 5/5

For 20$, it saved my 18-55. Even if it's a 150$ cad lens, it saved it. Better to pay 20$ than 150$ !

I buy one for every lens I have now.


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I think otherwise - UV filters shouldn't be left on all the time, becasue sometimes the poor optics throws the AF off and the camera starts hunting, I never leave my lens were it can be damaged (I don't even own a UV filter).

P.S. How did the filter save your 18-55?

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