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FujiFilm 49mm Protector Filter PRF-49S

AU $78.80 Inc GST

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FujiFilm 49mm Protector Filter PRF-49S


The protector filter is designed to protect the lens from dust or dirt.

The Super EBC (Electron Beam Coating) of these would control harmful borrowed light effectively.
Super EBC is effectively limiting harmful reflections by achieving a surface reflectivity of 0.3% or less.

The 49mm protector filter attaches via the filter thread on the lens. Featuring an advanced Super EBC (Electron Beam Coating) to control ghosting and flares, the protector filter has minimal reflection (maximum of 0.3%) so image quality is not affected. The thin-frame design prevents vignetting when using 2 filters together

Compatibility: FUJIFILM X100F / X100T / X100S / X100 / X70

NOTE: Attach the adapter ring AR-X100 / LH-X100 (sold seperatly) exclusively designed for X100T / X100S / X100, then attach the filter.

The FujiFilm 49mm Protector Filter comes with a full Australian warranty.

Cameras Direct since 2003. Pop into our Gold Coast camera store & warehouse or order online. We look forward to being at your SERVICE Australia wide. We look forward to helping you take a better photo soon. Thank you

Additional Information

Name FujiFilm 49mm Protector Filter PRF-49S
Manufacturer Part Number PRF-49
Manufacturer Fujifilm
Special Price $78.80
Product Type Filter
Filter Type Protector
Filter Size 49mm
Multi Coated Yes
Warranty Period 12 Months

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