The Photo Fixing People report
All the photographs were opened and examined at 100% in Adobe CC on a colour profiled monitor, no alterations were made, the images are just as they came from the camera. The images were observed to be sharp from edge to edge and free from distortion and fringing.
The photographs taken with display more detail in the shadow areas compared with the full colour images, it is worth noting that there is a colour balance difference between the images taken with the UV/IR Cut filter and the unconverted camera, this could be down to the amount of UV/IR being blocked by the clip filter compared with a lens without a UV filter and also the variance between the sensor arrangement of the two cameras used, in saying that either of the colour images is perfectly acceptable when viewed on its own.
The all important question is. Do the STC clip filters offer value for money? For a Fuji X series APS-C prices range from £96.99 for a single STC clip filter infra red filter (including case) to £111.99 for the UV IR Cut filter.
Whilst this might appear expensive at first glance, consider the cost of purchasing a filter for each lens you wished to use and in the case of ultra wide angle lenses that have a protruding front element fitting a filter is not possible.
Taking all this into account, the STC clip filter range offer excellent quality and great value for money. I own a number of STC clip and screw-in filters and would not be without them.
STC are unique in the range of clip filters that they offer, fitting cameras from Nikon Z series to Pentax APS-C and most cameras in between.