Back in January I bought two new lenses (400mm 5.6L & 100mm 2.8L Macro, wooohoooO!) and nearly $500 worth of filters. I only bought one for the Macro, theTiffen 62mm Digital HT (High Transmission) Ultra Clear Multi-Coated Glass Filter (titanium). Anyone with this lens should recognize my mistake. I got the wrong size! Like an idiot I didn't send it back to B&H for an exchange/credit. So now I'm offering it for sale on here so I can buy the correct size as my macro is currently naked! It has never been used as I already have another 62mm HT Ultra clear on my Tamron. (LOVE this filter)

Filter cost me $69.95 on B&H. ([url="][/url])

I'm asking for $55, shipped.

Here's the description on B&H:

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Tiffen Digital HT (High Transmission) Ultra Clear Glass Filter- Tiffen, an industry leader in the design and production of high-end filters, has produced a series of filters which contain the strength of a titanium coating along with high-end optical glass. Using their patented ColorCore technology, this filter represents the highest scratch-resistant durability available. There is no need to worry about cleaning this filter since the coating protects the surface thereby maintaining the optical quality of the glass.

Clear filters are wise initial investments. They help protect your valuable investment from dust, moisture and scratches, which can lead to costly repairs.

The Titanium coating consistently reflects less than 1% of the imaging light hitting the front surface of the filter while transmitting nearly 99%.
<div class="sectionHeaders"]<dl><dd class="featuredd"]State-of-the-art technological breakthrough in multi-coated photo and video filters</dd></dl><dl><dd class="featuredd"]Surpass even military specifications for hardness and durability</dd></dl><dl><dd class="featuredd"]Low profile titanium ring and anti-reflective black lock ring</dd></dl>
<h3>ColorCore Technology</h3>
<dl><dd class="featuredd"]Tiffen filters are manufactured using ColorCore technology, a closely guarded proprietary process that entails permanently laminating the filter material in between two pieces of optical glass that are ground flat to tolerances of a ten-thousandth of an inch, then mounting them in precision metal rings</dd></dl><dl><dd class="featuredd"]The ColorCore process allows Tiffen to control the color and density of their filters, and the characteristics of special effects filters with much greater accuracy than typical dyed-in-the-mass filters, which usually exhibit color and density variations</dd></dl>
<h3>Superior Quality</h3>
<dl><dd class="featuredd"]Top Hollywood motion picture studios rely on Tiffen filters for their multi-million dollar productions</dd></dl><dl><dd class="featuredd"]Superior quality and design make Tiffen the overwhelming choice of moviemakers, professional photographers and even NASA</dd></dl><dl><dd class="featuredd"]Tiffen has also been awarded an Emmy, from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, for its engineering excellence</dd></dl></div>