the image being recorded. The different types of filters are:
Polarizer Filter: If you're out hunting or fishing on a lovely day – and you want to get a fabulous shot of a cloud-filled sky or make the water seem more saturated, then a polarizer is the way to go. This filter is the best way to make the clouds stand out, increase or decrease the saturation of the ocean or increase or decrease the reflection off the water. You can also use this filter when shooting into glass or windows since it will, again, either increase or decrease reflections.
Neutral Density Filter: If you are to film subjects such as snow, sand or other bright scenes which could cause overexposure, to enable slow shutter speeds to be used (filming subjects such as waterfalls, clouds, or cars), to decrease depth of field by allowing wider apertures to be used (separate subjects from the background), or to used outdoors in bright situations, than the Neutral Density Filter is the way to go.
Digital Ultra Clear Filter: This filter is a breakthrough in filter design with its Water White glass, highest high optical quality composition. It's basic value is to serve as a high-quality, permanent lens protector.
To determine which size filter you need for you camera you can look for it on the list below. If your camera is not on the list, you can look up your camera online and look under the specifications of the camera and find it's "Filter Size"
Sony CX150/R, CX350V, XR160, CX360V, CX110, PJ10, PJ30V, PJ50V,
Sony: DCRSX85/S, DCR-SX65/B, DCR-SX45/S, CX700, CX160/B, CX560, CX130/B, CX560V, CX700V, MC50U, A1U, NX70U, HD1000U, MC2000U
Canon: HFM300, HFM30, HFM32
Canon: HFM400, HFM40, HFM41, HV40, HFM50, HFM500,
Panasonic: AG-HMC40, AG-HMC80PJ, AG-HCK10G
Panasonic: TM900K, HS900K, SD800K
Canon: HFS200, HFS20, HFS21, XA10, HFS30, G10, XF100, XF105
Sony: NEXFS100UK(with included lens)
Sony: AX2000, FX1000, Z7U, Z5U, NX5U,
Canon: XHA1, XHA1s,
Panasonic: AGHMC150, AG-AC130, AG-AC160
Canon: XF300, XF305