Camera Filters

UV filters are individual compounds or mixtures to prevent (UV) light from getting through. UV filters are used in photography to reduce the level of ultraviolet light that strikes the recording medium.

A typical UV filter in photography is transparent to visible light while filtering out shorter ultraviolet wavelengths. Historically, some photographic films were sensitive to UV light, which caused haziness or fogginess, particularly with a blue hue. However, newer photographic film and digital cameras are highly insensitive to UV wavelengths. Many photographers still use UV filters as protection for their lenses.


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