Vivitar filters

CLOSE UP LENS KIT 37MM-86MMviv-cl-kit01

The Vivitar Close-Up Macro Lens Set includes +1, +2, +4, and +10 close up lenses. The high quality optical magnifying lenses are diopters for close up photography, which shorten the close focusing distance of the lens. It allows the lens to go closer to the subject than before and to achieve a larger image scale. Lenses can be used individually or in combination for maximum effect. Comes with a Filter Wallet.

E.g. +1 & +2 to make a +3 effect or +4 & + 2 to make a +6 effect.

Available in 37, 40.5, 43, 46, 49, 52, 55, 58, 62, 67, 72, 77, 82, and 86mm


UV/CPL/ND FILTER KIT 37MM-82MMviv-fknd

Vivitar Filters are manufactured from high-quality solid optical materials.  Each individual filter is heat-treated and multi-coated to avoid any rare movement or distortion.

UV Protective Filter

  • Our Ultra Violet filters minimize the bluish cast sometimes found under daylight conditions.  These filters will render your photos clearer, sharper and with more contrast.
  • They are also the best available protection against accidental damage to the front element of your lens.  If you accidentally drop your lens, you will be protected against nicks and scratches.  As a lens protector, it should be left on at all times.

CPL Circular Polarizer Filter

  • The CPL filter is often used to increase the contrast and saturation in blue skies and white clouds. Vivitar’s circular polarizing filters do not affect the overall color balance of a shot, and they will provide protection for your lens while shooting.  Vivitar filters are perfect for digital SLR cameras or traditional 35mm SLRapplications.

Neutral Density Filter

  • The Neutral Density filter reduces intensity of all wavelengths or colors of light equally, giving no changes in hue or color rendition.  The purpose of standard photographic neutral density filters is to allow the photographer greater flexibility to change the aperture, exposure time and/or blur of subject in different situations and atmospheric conditions.  Instead of reducing the aperture to limit light, the photographer can add a ND filter, and can then set the shutter speed according to the particular motion desired and the aperture set as needed.