Urth Star 4 point, 6 point, 8 point Lens Filter Kit

The Stellar Filter Kit

Starburst options

Our Stellar Filter Kit includes 4-point, 6-point and 8-point star filters to give you a range of starburst effects.

Our Stellar Filter Kit lets you create starburst effects from bright and close light sources so they appear as 4-point, 6-point or 8-point stars. For best results, use with a strong, close and partially obscured light source like the sun peeking through the tree canopy.

Our Star Filters don’t affect exposure and bring a subtle elevation to your photography. Please note the shape of your camera’s aperture affects the shape of the stars. The starburst effect is stronger with a polygonal aperture and weaker with a round aperture.

8-layer nano-coating
Quality protection, easier to clean.

Starburst options
Choose from three stars.

Creative details
Elevate your photography.

Lifetime warranty
Quality made to last.

Starburst effect
Subtle creative details.

Elevate your images
Transform light into stars.

Bonus protection
Extra protection for your lens.


Japanese AGC glass


Ultra-slim magnalium rim



Our premium Japanese AGC optical glass is coated with an 8-layer nano-coating for better sharpness, added protection, and easier cleaning.   Our consciously designed ultra-slim rim avoids vignetting and our durable magnalium is guaranteed for life.

  All our filters are double-threaded for stacking filters or using screw-mount lens caps.

How to use

Find your filter size

Inquisitively search lens for diameter symbol. often marks the spot. The diameter you seek may be accompanied by a number 58 or 58mm. Look to the side and the front this precious number is your filter size. Be warned: your lens focal length (e.g. 18-55mm) is not your filter size.

Place flat screw clockwise

Gently behold lens in one hand and place flat on lens. Slowly screw clockwise until just firm. Do not over-tighten that which goes on must one day come off.

Shoot as usual

Boldly shoot wherever your heart desires knowing our star filters don't affect exposure settings. Watch as the stars follow you.

For best results

Seek out strong and close light sources for a better star effect. Carry the wisdom that partially obscured light sources and polygonal apertures create the strongest effect.

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