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Sony Lens Hood for the SAL-1635Z 16-35mm f/2.8 Lens

B&H # SOALCSH106 Mfr # ALC-SH106
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  • Replacement Part

This plastic bayonet lens hood is the hood which is originally supplied by Sony with their Carl Zeiss SAL-1635Z 16-35mm f/2.8 lens, and is offered here as a replacement for a lost or damaged hood.

This hood bayonets on to the plastic tabs specifically upon the outer barrel of the Carl Zeiss lens, and is made to perfectly shade at 16mm with a "full frame" camera.  It won't work with any other lens.

Exclusively made for the Carl Zeiss SAL-1635Z 16-35mm f/2.8 lens
Felt interior effectively absorbs stray light
Reversible mount allows more compact bag storage
Sony Lens Hood for the SAL-1635Z 16-35mm f/2.8 Lens
  • 1-Year Warranty

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    SonyLens Hood for the SAL-1635Z 16-35mm f/2.8 Lens

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    By Walrus

    from Memphis, TN

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        Comments about Sony Lens Hood for the SAL-1635Z 16-35mm f/2.8 Lens:

        I bought this as a replacement. Why spent [$]+ on this hood when you can get an alternative for less than [$]? Here's why:I was shooting a 360 pano in the old town square in Prague with my Sony A-900 and the Zeiss glass mounted atop a panohead on a 2-meter tripod, when the camera broke loose from the clamp. It was the sickest feeling watching the camera drop from that height and smack onto the cobblestones of the plaza. I thought the gear was ruined and [$]+ down the drain. But fortunately, it had hit squarely on the lens hood, which is metal, not plastic.With body+lens weighing 1.8 kg, it was quite a collision; crumpling the hood and cracking it along the seam. But the body and lens survived. When I returned to the studio, I reshot resolution pattern tests which I had done after purchasing the gear a couple of years ago. No change. I was astounded. The sensor had not moved a pixel. Lens focus was still excellent. How could that be? The lens hood had crumpled and absorbed the shock of the impact.This is a testament to the build quality of Sony's A-900 and the Zeiss lens as well.

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