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MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic
MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic
MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic
MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic
MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic
MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic

MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic

MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic
MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic
MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic
MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic
MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic
MagFilter 42mm CPL (Circular Polarizer) Filter with Carrier Bag for Small/Mini Camera, Sony RX 100 IV, V VI, VII, Canon Canon G5X Mark I II G7X Mark I II III G9X, Nikon, and Panasonic
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Features

  • QUICK MAGNETIC FILTER ATTACHMENT: Quickly add a filter to your point and shoot or compact camera with the MagFilter system.
  • STRONG MAGNETS FOR SECURE ATTACHMENT: The strong magnets in the MagFilter Adapter body ensure a strong and secure hold.
  • QUICK AND EASY INSTALLATION: Just attach the adhesive metal ring to the front of your camera and the MagFilter is ready to use.
  • CARRYING BAG INCLUDED: For your convenience, a teardrop neoprene travel pouch with spring clip is provided.
  • 42mm CPL Compatibility: Sony: RX100 I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, HX9V, HX20V, HX30V, HX50V. HX80V, HX90V Canon: G12, G15, G16, G5X, G5X Mark II, G7X Mark II Mark III, SX610 HS, SX620 HS, SX720 HS, SX730 HS. Nikon: Coolpix S7000, S9300, S9600, S9700, S9900. Panasonic: Lumix DMC-ZS100. Product Care: When you are not using the CPL, please detach it from the camera.

Description

CIRCULAR POLARIZER FILTER Polarizing filters work by cutting the amount of polarized, or reflected light, that reaches the digital sensor. Polarized light can be found everywhere, including reflections on the surface of water, glass, reflecting from the surface of leaves, and even in the blue sky. Polarized light often makes objects appear shiny. The use of a polarizing filter can reduce this, and will help saturate the colors, particularly in landscapes that contain foliage and a vast blue sky. Polarizers are very important filters and will retain information during image capture that is normally lost and cannot be recovered in post processing. QUICK FILTER ATTACHMENT TO YOUR CAMERA The revolutionary MagFilter provides a simple, clean and effective solution to mount your favorite filter on your camera. It is the most innovative and unobtrusive filter solution for point and shoot and high end compact cameras. The MagFilter system uses a thin, low profile metal adhesive ring attached to the front of the camera lens, that still allows the lens to expand and retract into the body. When you’re ready to use your filter, the MagFilter attaches through strong magnets built into the MagFilter CPL filter body. Choose the size you need and the kit will come with the MagFilter CPL Filter along with 2 adhesive metal rings. When not in use, the MagFilter can be quickly removed, with no cumbersome unthreading, and the camera retains it’s original compact form factor. The MagFilter system adds no additional bulk, which is an important feature for maintaining the pocketability of these small high end compact cameras. SECURE ATTACHMENT The MagFilter quickly connects to the metal ring with strong magnets embedded in the MagFilter body. A grooved bevel design prevents slippage and ensures a secure bond to lock the MagFilter in place. The MagFilter’s metal filter body is anodized to ensure long lasting durability. For your convenience, a teardrop neoprene travel pouch with spring clip is provided. EASY INSTALLATION The MagFilter is easy to setup. Just attach the adhesive metal ring to the front of your camera lens and the MagFilter is ready to use. *Please measure your lens to determine which size MagFilter is compatible with your camera PACKAGE INCLUDES 1 - MagFilter CPL Filter 2 - Adhesive Metal Rings (attaches to front of camera) 1 - Carrier Bag


Product Dimensions 1 x 4.25 x 5.6 inches


Item Weight 3.2 ounces


ASIN B06ZYWQMDP


Item model number 4331904883


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 83 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #62 in Camera Lens Filter Sets


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Other display features Photo_display_on_website


Color 42mm


Manufacturer Kamerar


Date First Available April 11, 2017


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • QUICK MAGNETIC FILTER ATTACHMENT: Quickly add a filter to your point and shoot or compact camera with the MagFilter system.
  • STRONG MAGNETS FOR SECURE ATTACHMENT: The strong magnets in the MagFilter Adapter body ensure a strong and secure hold.
  • QUICK AND EASY INSTALLATION: Just attach the adhesive metal ring to the front of your camera and the MagFilter is ready to use.
  • CARRYING BAG INCLUDED: For your convenience, a teardrop neoprene travel pouch with spring clip is provided.
  • 42mm CPL Compatibility: Sony: RX100 I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, HX9V, HX20V, HX30V, HX50V. HX80V, HX90V Canon: G12, G15, G16, G5X, G5X Mark II, G7X Mark II Mark III, SX610 HS, SX620 HS, SX720 HS, SX730 HS. Nikon: Coolpix S7000, S9300, S9600, S9700, S9900. Panasonic: Lumix DMC-ZS100. Product Care: When you are not using the CPL, please detach it from the camera.

Description

CIRCULAR POLARIZER FILTER Polarizing filters work by cutting the amount of polarized, or reflected light, that reaches the digital sensor. Polarized light can be found everywhere, including reflections on the surface of water, glass, reflecting from the surface of leaves, and even in the blue sky. Polarized light often makes objects appear shiny. The use of a polarizing filter can reduce this, and will help saturate the colors, particularly in landscapes that contain foliage and a vast blue sky. Polarizers are very important filters and will retain information during image capture that is normally lost and cannot be recovered in post processing. QUICK FILTER ATTACHMENT TO YOUR CAMERA The revolutionary MagFilter provides a simple, clean and effective solution to mount your favorite filter on your camera. It is the most innovative and unobtrusive filter solution for point and shoot and high end compact cameras. The MagFilter system uses a thin, low profile metal adhesive ring attached to the front of the camera lens, that still allows the lens to expand and retract into the body. When you’re ready to use your filter, the MagFilter attaches through strong magnets built into the MagFilter CPL filter body. Choose the size you need and the kit will come with the MagFilter CPL Filter along with 2 adhesive metal rings. When not in use, the MagFilter can be quickly removed, with no cumbersome unthreading, and the camera retains it’s original compact form factor. The MagFilter system adds no additional bulk, which is an important feature for maintaining the pocketability of these small high end compact cameras. SECURE ATTACHMENT The MagFilter quickly connects to the metal ring with strong magnets embedded in the MagFilter body. A grooved bevel design prevents slippage and ensures a secure bond to lock the MagFilter in place. The MagFilter’s metal filter body is anodized to ensure long lasting durability. For your convenience, a teardrop neoprene travel pouch with spring clip is provided. EASY INSTALLATION The MagFilter is easy to setup. Just attach the adhesive metal ring to the front of your camera lens and the MagFilter is ready to use. *Please measure your lens to determine which size MagFilter is compatible with your camera PACKAGE INCLUDES 1 - MagFilter CPL Filter 2 - Adhesive Metal Rings (attaches to front of camera) 1 - Carrier Bag


Product Dimensions 1 x 4.25 x 5.6 inches


Item Weight 3.2 ounces


ASIN B06ZYWQMDP


Item model number 4331904883


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 83 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #62 in Camera Lens Filter Sets


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Other display features Photo_display_on_website


Color 42mm


Manufacturer Kamerar


Date First Available April 11, 2017


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • QUICK MAGNETIC FILTER ATTACHMENT: Quickly add a filter to your point and shoot or compact camera with the MagFilter system.
  • STRONG MAGNETS FOR SECURE ATTACHMENT: The strong magnets in the MagFilter Adapter body ensure a strong and secure hold.
  • QUICK AND EASY INSTALLATION: Just attach the adhesive metal ring to the front of your camera and the MagFilter is ready to use.
  • CARRYING BAG INCLUDED: For your convenience, a teardrop neoprene travel pouch with spring clip is provided.
  • 42mm CPL Compatibility: Sony: RX100 I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, HX9V, HX20V, HX30V, HX50V. HX80V, HX90V Canon: G12, G15, G16, G5X, G5X Mark II, G7X Mark II Mark III, SX610 HS, SX620 HS, SX720 HS, SX730 HS. Nikon: Coolpix S7000, S9300, S9600, S9700, S9900. Panasonic: Lumix DMC-ZS100. Product Care: When you are not using the CPL, please detach it from the camera.

Description

CIRCULAR POLARIZER FILTER Polarizing filters work by cutting the amount of polarized, or reflected light, that reaches the digital sensor. Polarized light can be found everywhere, including reflections on the surface of water, glass, reflecting from the surface of leaves, and even in the blue sky. Polarized light often makes objects appear shiny. The use of a polarizing filter can reduce this, and will help saturate the colors, particularly in landscapes that contain foliage and a vast blue sky. Polarizers are very important filters and will retain information during image capture that is normally lost and cannot be recovered in post processing. QUICK FILTER ATTACHMENT TO YOUR CAMERA The revolutionary MagFilter provides a simple, clean and effective solution to mount your favorite filter on your camera. It is the most innovative and unobtrusive filter solution for point and shoot and high end compact cameras. The MagFilter system uses a thin, low profile metal adhesive ring attached to the front of the camera lens, that still allows the lens to expand and retract into the body. When you’re ready to use your filter, the MagFilter attaches through strong magnets built into the MagFilter CPL filter body. Choose the size you need and the kit will come with the MagFilter CPL Filter along with 2 adhesive metal rings. When not in use, the MagFilter can be quickly removed, with no cumbersome unthreading, and the camera retains it’s original compact form factor. The MagFilter system adds no additional bulk, which is an important feature for maintaining the pocketability of these small high end compact cameras. SECURE ATTACHMENT The MagFilter quickly connects to the metal ring with strong magnets embedded in the MagFilter body. A grooved bevel design prevents slippage and ensures a secure bond to lock the MagFilter in place. The MagFilter’s metal filter body is anodized to ensure long lasting durability. For your convenience, a teardrop neoprene travel pouch with spring clip is provided. EASY INSTALLATION The MagFilter is easy to setup. Just attach the adhesive metal ring to the front of your camera lens and the MagFilter is ready to use. *Please measure your lens to determine which size MagFilter is compatible with your camera PACKAGE INCLUDES 1 - MagFilter CPL Filter 2 - Adhesive Metal Rings (attaches to front of camera) 1 - Carrier Bag


Product Dimensions 1 x 4.25 x 5.6 inches


Item Weight 3.2 ounces


ASIN B06ZYWQMDP


Item model number 4331904883


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 83 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #62 in Camera Lens Filter Sets


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Other display features Photo_display_on_website


Color 42mm


Manufacturer Kamerar


Date First Available April 11, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews I purchased the recommended 42mm size for my Canon 9xMK II camera. Followed directions and successfully mounted the supplied adhesive metal ring (AMR) on the camera lens barrel. I then reinserted the camera battery and everything worked OK. Put the camera away and did not use it for about 2 weeks. When I next turned the camera on I got a “Lens Error, Restart Camera. Camera will turn itself off” or something to that effect. The lens would not extend at all. Checked on the Internet for solution and was successful in getting it resolved – most likely cause mentioned is dirt or sand in the lens mechanism, or having dropped the camera. NONE of these was the cause in my case – the camera was put into a padded case and sat on the self until I went to use it again. The cause was the AMR I had installed. The outside diameter of the supplied AMR is slightly larger than the OD of the portion of the lens barrel it mounts to. As previously mentioned, when originally checking the camera operation during initial installation of the AMR, everything worked perfectly. During the time the camera was NOT in use, the small portion of the AMR that overhung the end section of the lens, took a “set” on the next portion of the lens (the lens telescopes in and out of the camera body). Once this "set" occurred, the camera could not overcome the force of the AMR at the end of the lens holding it to the next section – preventing the telescoping action. GET THE LENS TO OPEN. To free my stuck lens I repeatedly tapped the side of the camera body against a table while simultaneously turning on the camera. After many repetitions, the lens did open. This was only 1 of 7 suggested cures for a stuck lens, but none of the others worked for me. There is a caution attached to this suggestion, as it could further damage the camera. My PREVENTIVE CURE. Once satisfied with the placement of the AMR on your camera, check to see if the AMR overhangs the end section of the lens when the lens is extended (mine did have an overhang). If so, very carefully remove any of the exposed adhesive, being particularly careful not to allow any of it to remain on the side of the lens barrel – as there is virtually no clearance between sliding lens barrel sections and it will surely jam if any small bits of adhesive residue are left in place and the lens is retraced. Follow the method suggested in the instructions – remove the battery – to prevent the lens from retracting while you are working on it. Be advised: these were the steps that worked for me - use your own discretion when taking any action with your own equipment as it is possible to cause harm to yourself or your equipment.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;AVOID A PROBLEM;;Jason;;;I got this for the canon g7x mark ii I got the 42 mm because it did not block the lens at all. Some people may be bothered that it blocks the words , but I dont mind , I rather have a clear shot than know what words were on the lens The overall quality of the filter is very great and feels very sturdy and doesnt feel lightweight or of sletchy material. The carrying bag is nice , helps to have a place that you can store the lens in if you are not using it. When I first got this I was worried that the adhesive would ruin the original parts of my camera after installing it, but the 3M tape that the magnate comes with seems strong enough where it will stick on , but not strong enough to leave behind a mess. I am not absolutely sure, because i havent taken it off yet, but it looks like it will come off clean and not sticky if you want to remove it in the future. This comes with 2 sets of magnate rings making it great if you mess up installing it the first time. The strength of the lens and magnate connection is strong enough where if you shake the camera the filter will not move. also the 42mm is big enough where you will not see the magnate in the frame but small enough that it doesnt interfere with the lens retracting after the camera is turned off. I found the easiest way to install is to : turn on camera , let lens extend and take out battery (to keep lens extended) If you need more info I watched a lot of youtube reviews , check those out;;Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;I got this for the canon g7x mark ii;;Jamie;;;I purchased the 42mm. It fits the Canon G7X Mark II perfectly. This filter is good for daylight bright sunlight, but for lower light it's not ideal because it's tinted and you'll lose a few F-stops. I realized this after I started using it, and decided a wanted a neutral filter that's not tinted to protect the lens in low light also. So I bought the ACMAXX Multi-Coated LENS ARMOR UV FILTER for Canon Powershot G7X Digital Camera, thinking it would preclude me from using this product, but I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the ACMAXX filter's outside diameter is EXACTLY the same as the inside diameter of the Magfilter mounting ring! The images show them coexisting. This allows me to use the ACMAXX all the time and attach/detach the Magfilter CPL when desired. This is a perfect pair for full-time use. Very happy to have found this out, and wanted to pass it on.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;42mm fits the Canon G7X Mk II, and mates perfectly with ACMAXX UV FILTER;;CaptainSailfast;;;Bought this for my Canon GX7 Mark ii. Needed a filter and something that would protect the lens from dust and scratches.. easy magnet let’s you remove it and place it back on with ease!;;Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;The best thing to buy for your camera lens!!;;Jonathan Duarte;;;I purchased the 42mm. It fits the Canon G7X Mark II perfectly. If you have a silicone cover on your camera, it does interfere with the lense retraction..this can be easily solved by cutting the silicone casing as needed. Sadly I've used my filter only one day and I already lost it! It fell out of the pouch! Make sure to keep the pouch inside something else or maybe add Velcro closure. I didn't notice it falling out, the pouch is not secure. What a waste. 😢 The filter is great, it's too bad I thought it would be safe in the pouch that comes with it. Disappointed. 😕;;Reviewed in the United States on August 9, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great filter, Unsecure pouch;;Luna Musefusion;;;The mag filter works great. I bring it with me on backpacking trips. The pouch should be thrown in the trash though, it's just a matter of time before you lose the filter if you use the pouch. What happens to me is that the pouch can flip upside down in the wind. As soon as that happens, the filter will fall right out and be lost. The filter itself works great, particularly on brutally sunny days. I've had mine out in the cold (near freezing) and in the heat on backpacking trips and the glue has held. I have not had a problem with the magnet ever falling off in the wind even in high wind on a boat.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Mag filter works great - throw the pouch away;;David Nguyen;;;I was looking for a way to fight the one thing wrong with this camera that I see evergone has: dirt in the lens. This did the trick. So far so good!! Edit: still going strong! I like to put the camera in my pocket and this helps so much.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Cannon G7X Mark ii;;Jeremy

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Top Amazon Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Jason - Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2019
AVOID A PROBLEM
I purchased the recommended 42mm size for my Canon 9xMK II camera. Followed directions and successfully mounted the supplied adhesive metal ring (AMR) on the camera lens barrel. I then reinserted the camera battery and everything worked OK. Put the camera away and did not use it for about 2 weeks. When I next turned the camera on I got a “Lens Error, Restart Camera. Camera will turn itself off” or something to that effect. The lens would not extend at all. Checked on the Internet for solution and was successful in getting it resolved – most likely cause mentioned is dirt or sand in the lens mechanism, or having dropped the camera. NONE of these was the cause in my case – the camera was put into a padded case and sat on the self until I went to use it again. The cause was the AMR I had installed. The outside diameter of the supplied AMR is slightly larger than the OD of the portion of the lens barrel it mounts to. As previously mentioned, when originally checking the camera operation during initial installation of the AMR, everything worked perfectly. During the time the camera was NOT in use, the small portion of the AMR that overhung the end section of the lens, took a “set” on the next portion of the lens (the lens telescopes in and out of the camera body). Once this "set" occurred, the camera could not overcome the force of the AMR at the end of the lens holding it to the next section – preventing the telescoping action. GET THE LENS TO OPEN. To free my stuck lens I repeatedly tapped the side of the camera body against a table while simultaneously turning on the camera. After many repetitions, the lens did open. This was only 1 of 7 suggested cures for a stuck lens, but none of the others worked for me. There is a caution attached to this suggestion, as it could further damage the camera. My PREVENTIVE CURE. Once satisfied with the placement of the AMR on your camera, check to see if the AMR overhangs the end section of the lens when the lens is extended (mine did have an overhang). If so, very carefully remove any of the exposed adhesive, being particularly careful not to allow any of it to remain on the side of the lens barrel – as there is virtually no clearance between sliding lens barrel sections and it will surely jam if any small bits of adhesive residue are left in place and the lens is retraced. Follow the method suggested in the instructions – remove the battery – to prevent the lens from retracting while you are working on it. Be advised: these were the steps that worked for me - use your own discretion when taking any action with your own equipment as it is possible to cause harm to yourself or your equipment.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jamie - Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2018
I got this for the canon g7x mark ii
I got this for the canon g7x mark ii I got the 42 mm because it did not block the lens at all. Some people may be bothered that it blocks the words , but I dont mind , I rather have a clear shot than know what words were on the lens The overall quality of the filter is very great and feels very sturdy and doesnt feel lightweight or of sletchy material. The carrying bag is nice , helps to have a place that you can store the lens in if you are not using it. When I first got this I was worried that the adhesive would ruin the original parts of my camera after installing it, but the 3M tape that the magnate comes with seems strong enough where it will stick on , but not strong enough to leave behind a mess. I am not absolutely sure, because i havent taken it off yet, but it looks like it will come off clean and not sticky if you want to remove it in the future. This comes with 2 sets of magnate rings making it great if you mess up installing it the first time. The strength of the lens and magnate connection is strong enough where if you shake the camera the filter will not move. also the 42mm is big enough where you will not see the magnate in the frame but small enough that it doesnt interfere with the lens retracting after the camera is turned off. I found the easiest way to install is to : turn on camera , let lens extend and take out battery (to keep lens extended) If you need more info I watched a lot of youtube reviews , check those out

5.0 out of 5 stars
By CaptainSailfast - Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2019
42mm fits the Canon G7X Mk II, and mates perfectly with ACMAXX UV FILTER
I purchased the 42mm. It fits the Canon G7X Mark II perfectly. This filter is good for daylight bright sunlight, but for lower light it's not ideal because it's tinted and you'll lose a few F-stops. I realized this after I started using it, and decided a wanted a neutral filter that's not tinted to protect the lens in low light also. So I bought the ACMAXX Multi-Coated LENS ARMOR UV FILTER for Canon Powershot G7X Digital Camera, thinking it would preclude me from using this product, but I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the ACMAXX filter's outside diameter is EXACTLY the same as the inside diameter of the Magfilter mounting ring! The images show them coexisting. This allows me to use the ACMAXX all the time and attach/detach the Magfilter CPL when desired. This is a perfect pair for full-time use. Very happy to have found this out, and wanted to pass it on.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jonathan Duarte - Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2018
The best thing to buy for your camera lens!!
Bought this for my Canon GX7 Mark ii. Needed a filter and something that would protect the lens from dust and scratches.. easy magnet let’s you remove it and place it back on with ease!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Luna Musefusion - Reviewed in the United States on August 9, 2018
Great filter, Unsecure pouch
I purchased the 42mm. It fits the Canon G7X Mark II perfectly. If you have a silicone cover on your camera, it does interfere with the lense retraction..this can be easily solved by cutting the silicone casing as needed. Sadly I've used my filter only one day and I already lost it! It fell out of the pouch! Make sure to keep the pouch inside something else or maybe add Velcro closure. I didn't notice it falling out, the pouch is not secure. What a waste. 😢 The filter is great, it's too bad I thought it would be safe in the pouch that comes with it. Disappointed. 😕

4.0 out of 5 stars
By David Nguyen - Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2018
Mag filter works great - throw the pouch away
The mag filter works great. I bring it with me on backpacking trips. The pouch should be thrown in the trash though, it's just a matter of time before you lose the filter if you use the pouch. What happens to me is that the pouch can flip upside down in the wind. As soon as that happens, the filter will fall right out and be lost. The filter itself works great, particularly on brutally sunny days. I've had mine out in the cold (near freezing) and in the heat on backpacking trips and the glue has held. I have not had a problem with the magnet ever falling off in the wind even in high wind on a boat.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeremy - Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2017
Cannon G7X Mark ii
I was looking for a way to fight the one thing wrong with this camera that I see evergone has: dirt in the lens. This did the trick. So far so good!! Edit: still going strong! I like to put the camera in my pocket and this helps so much.

Recent Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Jason - Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2019
AVOID A PROBLEM
I purchased the recommended 42mm size for my Canon 9xMK II camera. Followed directions and successfully mounted the supplied adhesive metal ring (AMR) on the camera lens barrel. I then reinserted the camera battery and everything worked OK. Put the camera away and did not use it for about 2 weeks. When I next turned the camera on I got a “Lens Error, Restart Camera. Camera will turn itself off” or something to that effect. The lens would not extend at all. Checked on the Internet for solution and was successful in getting it resolved – most likely cause mentioned is dirt or sand in the lens mechanism, or having dropped the camera. NONE of these was the cause in my case – the camera was put into a padded case and sat on the self until I went to use it again. The cause was the AMR I had installed. The outside diameter of the supplied AMR is slightly larger than the OD of the portion of the lens barrel it mounts to. As previously mentioned, when originally checking the camera operation during initial installation of the AMR, everything worked perfectly. During the time the camera was NOT in use, the small portion of the AMR that overhung the end section of the lens, took a “set” on the next portion of the lens (the lens telescopes in and out of the camera body). Once this "set" occurred, the camera could not overcome the force of the AMR at the end of the lens holding it to the next section – preventing the telescoping action. GET THE LENS TO OPEN. To free my stuck lens I repeatedly tapped the side of the camera body against a table while simultaneously turning on the camera. After many repetitions, the lens did open. This was only 1 of 7 suggested cures for a stuck lens, but none of the others worked for me. There is a caution attached to this suggestion, as it could further damage the camera. My PREVENTIVE CURE. Once satisfied with the placement of the AMR on your camera, check to see if the AMR overhangs the end section of the lens when the lens is extended (mine did have an overhang). If so, very carefully remove any of the exposed adhesive, being particularly careful not to allow any of it to remain on the side of the lens barrel – as there is virtually no clearance between sliding lens barrel sections and it will surely jam if any small bits of adhesive residue are left in place and the lens is retraced. Follow the method suggested in the instructions – remove the battery – to prevent the lens from retracting while you are working on it. Be advised: these were the steps that worked for me - use your own discretion when taking any action with your own equipment as it is possible to cause harm to yourself or your equipment.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jamie - Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2018
I got this for the canon g7x mark ii
I got this for the canon g7x mark ii I got the 42 mm because it did not block the lens at all. Some people may be bothered that it blocks the words , but I dont mind , I rather have a clear shot than know what words were on the lens The overall quality of the filter is very great and feels very sturdy and doesnt feel lightweight or of sletchy material. The carrying bag is nice , helps to have a place that you can store the lens in if you are not using it. When I first got this I was worried that the adhesive would ruin the original parts of my camera after installing it, but the 3M tape that the magnate comes with seems strong enough where it will stick on , but not strong enough to leave behind a mess. I am not absolutely sure, because i havent taken it off yet, but it looks like it will come off clean and not sticky if you want to remove it in the future. This comes with 2 sets of magnate rings making it great if you mess up installing it the first time. The strength of the lens and magnate connection is strong enough where if you shake the camera the filter will not move. also the 42mm is big enough where you will not see the magnate in the frame but small enough that it doesnt interfere with the lens retracting after the camera is turned off. I found the easiest way to install is to : turn on camera , let lens extend and take out battery (to keep lens extended) If you need more info I watched a lot of youtube reviews , check those out

5.0 out of 5 stars
By CaptainSailfast - Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2019
42mm fits the Canon G7X Mk II, and mates perfectly with ACMAXX UV FILTER
I purchased the 42mm. It fits the Canon G7X Mark II perfectly. This filter is good for daylight bright sunlight, but for lower light it's not ideal because it's tinted and you'll lose a few F-stops. I realized this after I started using it, and decided a wanted a neutral filter that's not tinted to protect the lens in low light also. So I bought the ACMAXX Multi-Coated LENS ARMOR UV FILTER for Canon Powershot G7X Digital Camera, thinking it would preclude me from using this product, but I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the ACMAXX filter's outside diameter is EXACTLY the same as the inside diameter of the Magfilter mounting ring! The images show them coexisting. This allows me to use the ACMAXX all the time and attach/detach the Magfilter CPL when desired. This is a perfect pair for full-time use. Very happy to have found this out, and wanted to pass it on.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jonathan Duarte - Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2018
The best thing to buy for your camera lens!!
Bought this for my Canon GX7 Mark ii. Needed a filter and something that would protect the lens from dust and scratches.. easy magnet let’s you remove it and place it back on with ease!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Luna Musefusion - Reviewed in the United States on August 9, 2018
Great filter, Unsecure pouch
I purchased the 42mm. It fits the Canon G7X Mark II perfectly. If you have a silicone cover on your camera, it does interfere with the lense retraction..this can be easily solved by cutting the silicone casing as needed. Sadly I've used my filter only one day and I already lost it! It fell out of the pouch! Make sure to keep the pouch inside something else or maybe add Velcro closure. I didn't notice it falling out, the pouch is not secure. What a waste. 😢 The filter is great, it's too bad I thought it would be safe in the pouch that comes with it. Disappointed. 😕

4.0 out of 5 stars
By David Nguyen - Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2018
Mag filter works great - throw the pouch away
The mag filter works great. I bring it with me on backpacking trips. The pouch should be thrown in the trash though, it's just a matter of time before you lose the filter if you use the pouch. What happens to me is that the pouch can flip upside down in the wind. As soon as that happens, the filter will fall right out and be lost. The filter itself works great, particularly on brutally sunny days. I've had mine out in the cold (near freezing) and in the heat on backpacking trips and the glue has held. I have not had a problem with the magnet ever falling off in the wind even in high wind on a boat.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeremy - Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2017
Cannon G7X Mark ii
I was looking for a way to fight the one thing wrong with this camera that I see evergone has: dirt in the lens. This did the trick. So far so good!! Edit: still going strong! I like to put the camera in my pocket and this helps so much.