The B+W 77mm #900 Rubber Lens Hood is a screw-in type folding rubber lens hood that is designed for use with normal-length and short zoom lenses. It helps to minimize stray light from reaching the lens in order to prevent flare and ghosting. The matte black grooved surface diminishes inner reflections and the rubberized construction adds an extra layer of protection to the lens against bumps or jolts.
- Minimize Internal Reflections and Flare
- Compact Folding Design
- Matte Black Rubber with Grooved Surface
- For Normal and Short Zoom Lenses
B+W 65-069614 Overview
B+W 65-069614 Specs
|Rear Lens Thread Diameter||77 mm|
|Front Filter Thread Diameter||77 mm|
|Package Weight||0.105 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4.85 x 4.65 x 1.1"|
B+W 65-069614 Reviews
confusingly convenient but also not
These rubber hoods are great products esp. for shooting thru glass but I have to scratch my head on the ones made by B+W. A supposedly high end German manufacturer delivers a rubber lens hood with no (none) markings on the item. If you own any other of these hoods like I do you are required to try to figure out what size each of these is... good luck. I have a B+W rubber hood I purchased a few years ago and until I find a meter stick I have no idea what size it is.. Exactly how hard is it to print the filter size on the item? Apparently it defies B+Ws abilities? I would not buy this product again since when you are trying to grab a hood for your lens you have to spend too much time trying to find the right size..
Functional, Good price
A very functional hood at a good price. If you have lost the hood this is a great replacement. I haven't lost the hood but I like the smaller size of this so it saves space when I use is on my 70-200 in my walking around bag. IMHO this product is best suited to protect your glass than anti-glare/flare.
B+W 77mm #900 Rubber Lens Hood
Well worth it.
B W collapsible rubber hood
Well made works well , convenient. No hassles as with a OEM hood
Yes - I could use my provided hard plastic hood to protect my Rokinon manual lens, but I choose not to. Why? This #900 is much more convenient, and with a flick of the rubber hood forward, is in place! Small footprint, seems effective, and very convenient! Plus this enables an ND filter to be easily threaded on front!
Better than average
There are cheaper, but so far taking these off a filter on the lens is easier and less likely to stick, better filter ring.
Only usable from 35mm up.
It's a fine hood, the best made 77mm folding rubber hood of the 3 I own. However when used on my Sony 24-105 G it vignettes when wider than 35mm. This might be OK it you'll be cropping to 9x16 when shooting wide angle, but it bothers me. All of my 77mm folding hoods vignette when shooting wider than 35mm. I also tried this hood on my RX10iv which has 72mm threads on it's Zeiss zoom lens. I stepped these up to 77 and mounted the hood. It still vignettes at the wide end. Vignetting comes from the deep frames which are needed to hold a folding rubber cone. The vignetting is not reduced by folding back the hood when shooting wide angle. But the hood is well made and I love my 67mm version for use on my 40, 65 and 70-180mm lenses from Zeiss, Voigtlander and Tamron, respectively.
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