This kit comes with the following pieces:
58mm Vivitar 3 Piece Filter Kit (UV-CPL-FLD): helps to reduce haze and improve contrast by minimizing the amount of ultraviolet (UV) light. This is especially useful in areas of high altitude or snow, eliminating the undesirable blue cast. As well it will bring warm natural lighting to rooms that would otherwise be washed out by unappealing fluorescent lights.
Professional Universal 58mm Camera Lens Hood: this can help prevent flares-those circles of light that can accompany images where a strong light source is just outside the frame.
Professional 58mm Rubber Lens Hood: the double-threaded screw mount also allows you to attach lens caps, filters, or other accessories on the hood itself without the need to remove the hood first.
These filters work well and are just as good as high price filters. The added bonus of two lens caps is great in case you should lose one. Overall this is about eighty dollars’ worth of camera accessories. If you are an amateur photographer this is a must-have kit.
Although a perfectly good accessory kit, some of the items are a bit on the cheap side. However, for a beginner, the kit is worth the money so you can find out what really works and what you actually use. You can always upgrade these items at a later date.
The filters are an absolute must have and will help to keep dust and smudges away from the lens.
Some camera filters are multiple-threaded so you can screw on the polarized filter on top of the standing UV filter whenever you are outdoors in strong sunlight.
For indoor photos, you can screw on the fluorescent light filter on top of the UV filter to improve your shots.
This kit is worthwhile to get as you will quickly find uses for everything in the kit beyond just the filters.
Besides the filters, there is also a cleaning component that includes a High Capacity Air Blower, Empty Spray Bottle, Lens Cleaning Brush.
The ideal gift for the budding photographer in your family.
In fact, this kit has the basic must-have essentials for every photography should they be an amateur or pro!