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Marumi 49mm Fit+Slim UV L390 Filter


  • Basic UV model with multi-coating embedded
  • Japanese OMG EL41 Sharp cut UV glass
  • 98.2% high transmission
  • Low profile and ultra-thin aluminum non-rotating frame structure
  • Ultra-lightweight filter
  • Made in Japan

Availability: Only 2 left in stock (can be backordered)

Marumi 49mm Fit+Slim UV L390 Filter Overview


The 49MM Marumi FIT+SLIM MC UV Filter is a basic model UV control filter well-suited to whom a sharp cut UV is not mandatory.

  • The Marumi FIT+SLIM MC UV is a basic model UV control filter with an ultra-thin frame structure
  • Certified Japan Quality Glass, OMG L-41 Sharp cut UV based on high-quality optical glass
  • High transmittance approximately more than 98.2% (400-700nm average rate)
  • Eight layers of Anti-reflection coating sustain a reflection rate under 0.6%. (420-680nm average)
  • Realized an ultra-thin aluminum frame to avoid vignetting even with a wide-angle lens
  • Ultra-lightweight glass and mount structure
  • “Made in Japan” optical precision and performance

What is the benefit of using a UV filter?
Why do many photographers leave UV filters on their lenses more-or-less permanently?

A UV(Haze) filter allows you to;
– prevents or attenuate a specific range of ultraviolet lights that pass into a camera to restrain haze and glare
– maintain image contrast and sharpness while reducing bluish color cast
– protect your camera lens from physical damages and many nuisances

A UV filter protects your delicate and expensive camera lens from dust, fingerprint, scratches, or, more importantly, from physical shock and damages.
It does, however, sound like the functions of another filter, Lens Protector, because a UV filter plays a role in lens protection and avoiding negative influences caused on images by Ultraviolet lights.
So what’s the difference?
UV (Ultraviolet) radiation affects image quality in the form of haze, which impairs contrast and sharpness in the image.
UV filters are longpass filters that block & cut the UV wavelength range and transit the visual spectrum, the light we see in our eyes.

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