Sakar International, Inc. is a 30-year old consumer electronics manufacturer.
Their mission has always been to deliver great product at affordable prices. Over the years
they’ve grown from a small family business to a leader in technology trends, with showrooms and distribution worldwide.
The company has evolved alongside technology – from selling camera lenses for SLR cameras, to being the #1 supplier of digital cameras to the mass retail channel.
They pride themselves on their diverse range of product. Sakar is able to offer a lifestyle position and react quickly to the demands of changing technology and design. From kids and adult to sustainable products. We are Total. Technology. Trends.
Digital Concepts Filters
|Protection Filters -
Your camera won't allow you
to develop clear, crisp photos if your camera lens is
damaged or dirty. You can protect your thousand dollar lens
with a $20 filter if you use a UV or haze filter. These thin
glass filters are designed to screw onto the end of your
camera lens and you can just leave them on to protect your
lens. UV filters can help protect your lenses from dust,
moisture and scratches. If your lens is damaged it could
cost you quite a bit to repair or replace it. The filters
can also give you added benefits of correction for
Ultraviolet light which can show on your film as a bluish
cast and can sometimes distort distant details. UV filters
let you correct for the UV effect to varying degrees. They
are also useful if you are shooting mountain and marine
scenes, as the haze could affect the color and clarity of
the photos. UV filters can be bought for about $20.
Haze Filters Haze Filters
do just what they sound like, they filter out haze which is
created by minute particles of vapor and dust. Haze settles
in the atmosphere and can affect distant photographic
scenes. Haze forms when sunlight is scattered by minute
particles of matter that exist in the air. Atmospheric
conditions have an effect on the amount of haze in the air.
Mist, fog, smog, smoke and clouds are all different than
haze. Green and red light are scattered by haze, but not as
much as ultraviolet radiation, violet and blue light. If you
use filters to absorb scattered sunlight you can penetrate
the haze. Any filter that can absorb scattered sunlight can
be considered a haze filter.
Digital Concepts UV Filters
. Japan Optics - Absorbs Ultra-Violet Rays & Blue Rays
Without Increasing Exposure - Protects Your Camera/Video -
10 Year Warranty.
These filters are used to reduce or eliminate reflections. They are ideal for photographing through glass or water as the glare from water tends to be white. Polarizing filters can also reduce the effects of haze and darken the blue sky image in black and white and color photography. There are various polarizing filters available to increase color saturation in a photo without altering the hues of image colors, but there are only two principal styles. One style fits over your camera lens, while the other is made to be used over the source of light. They don't affect color, that's why polarizing filters and screens are used in both black and white and color photography. There are two pieces to a polarizer. The front part rotates so you can change the angle of polarization. If you look at the blue sky through a polarizer and rotate it, the sky appears to get darker and then lighter. These filters range in price from about $15 to $800. They come in various sizes.
Digital Concepts Circular Polarizer.
Surpasses Unwanted Reflections on Non-Metallics such as Glass & Water
Intensifies Colors and Enhances Contrast & Saturation
- 10 Year Warranty
|Digital Concepts Filter Sets.
Sakar 3-Piece Filter Kit Polarizer/UV/FL-D Metal Rim with Leather Case, 15-Year Warranty
* Circular Polarizer lens increases the color saturation, providing deep blue skies on sunny days and greater cloud contrast while reducing reflection and glare from glass, water, and non-metallic objects.
* Haze(UV) filters are wise initial investments. They help protect your valuable investment from dust, moisture and scratches, which can lead to costly repairs. If desired they can be left on the lens at all times for protection. Haze filters provide additional benefits of correction for Ultraviolet(UV) light which can register on film and videotape as a bluish cast and can obscure distant details.
Ultraviolet filters allow you to correct for theUV effect
to varying degrees. * Fluorescent Filters: An FL-D filter is
used when you wish to correct for the greenish tone that
appears when shooting daylight film under general purpose
|Digital Concepts Macro Filter Sets.
Sakar Close-Up Filter Set (+1, +2, +4 and +10 Diopters) Magnification Kit - Metal Rim. The Digital Concepts 52mm Macro Filter Kit includes four close-up diopters at +1, +2, +4 and +10 magnification, and a durable carrying case. These filters simply screw onto the front of any 52mm lens, and will maintain resolution and picture clarity while magnifying image size. Plus, these filters are double-threaded, which means you can combine them to achieve increased magnification, or you can attach additional optics such as polarizers
or skylight filters. These macro filters are ideal for
photographing small items and focusing in on details of
coins, flowers, jewelry and insects, as well as industrial
photos of miniaturized components, medical and dental
laboratory work and other scientific photography.
|Digital Concepts Video
Filter Sets. Video filter kit with UV Protection,
Polarizer, and Fluorescent Daylight filters. This kit also
includes a filter carrying case.
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