Moment CineFlare Gold Streak Filter review

Transform any scene into a creative playground with this light stretching filter from Moment - ideal for music photography

Moment CineFlare Gold Streak Filter review
(Image: © Beth Nicholls)

Digital Camera World Verdict

This 67mm lens filter from Moment is amazing for those wanting to experiment with light in new ways, able to bend and stretch the lighting around you to creatively enhance a scene and add a dramatic cine-flare to your portraits, night shoots, and even band shots when shooting a live performance.


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    Fantastic for stage and performance lights

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    Comes in 67, 77, or 82mm diameters

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    Adds a new element to your image

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    Can be fitted to your phone using Phone Filter Mount

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    Also available in Blue Streak


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    Doesn't always react to the lights that it sees

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    A little on the expensive side

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    Prevents the lens cap from being fully secure (but still fits)

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    Doesn't work as well during the day

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This professional lens filter from Moment is designed to add anamorphic and cinematic flares to your images without the need for purchasing a full-blown high-end, and likely super-expensive, anamorphic lens for your camera. Available in both the Blue Streak and Gold Streak variants, this lens filter was made for the creative types and those who enjoy experimentation in photography.

The flare angle can be adjusted easily with this filter, causing both horizontal and vertical light flares to appear across your image depending on which way you rotate the filter once it's attached to your lens. It can also be purchased in several different sizes to fit any of your lenses, and can be attached to your smartphone too using Moment's Phone filter adapter (sold separately). 

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, as well as the Moment Macro 10x Lens(Image credit: Beth Nicholls)

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Beth Nicholls
Staff Writer

A staff writer for Digital Camera World, Beth has an extensive background in various elements of technology with five years of experience working as a tester and sales assistant for CeX. After completing a degree in Music Journalism, followed by obtaining a Master's degree in Photography awarded by the University of Brighton, she spends her time outside of DCW as a freelance photographer specialising in live music events and band press shots under the alias 'bethshootsbands'.