CarrySpeed Debuts MagFilter Circular Polariser
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The new MagFilter circular polariser from CarrySpeed presents a simple, clean, and effective solution to mounting filters on high-end compact cameras. A very thin metal ring is first adhered to the front of the camera lens and still allows the lens to expand and retract back into the camera body. The Carry Speed MagFilters quickly connect 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. There are two filters to choose from; a 36mm Polariser MagFilter ($24.99), designed for small compact cameras like the Canon Powershot S95/S100, and a 42mm Polariser MagFilter ($26.99) that fits on cameras like the Sony HX9V, Sony HX20V, Sony HX30V, and Sony RX100. For more information, visit the website below.