The B+W 82mm #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 65-030935 Overview
B+W 65-030935 Specs
|Rear Lens Thread Diameter||82 mm|
|Front Filter Thread Diameter||82 mm|
|Package Weight||0.15 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4.65 x 4.65 x 0.9"|
B+W 65-030935 Reviews
Do not buy.
I rarely leave reviews, but this is a total waste of money. First, the image does not represent what you will receive. This lens hood has none of the hard plastic pattern that appears in the product image. This is a flimsy rubber piece that is extendable. When extended it gets in the way of my photos using a 24-70mm lens, making extension mostly pointless. Finally, the rubber material on mine separated from the plastic ring that is used to screw it onto the camera, making the product a total failure within 20 days of purchase. Meanwhile, BH is refusing to take the return because I don't have the original packing. So just save yourself some money and DO NOT BUY the 82 mm version of this, and probably any other version either.
Great hood but not for Canon 16-35 f2.8
The product is extremely well made and the folding is impeccable. However, being that I bought it for a Canon EF II 16-35 f2.8 lens I must give it only two stars as it completely failed to meet my expectations. The hood will vignette even with the rubber being folded. I tried removing my UV filter and mounting in on without it and it would still vignette. When unfolded it's simply a disaster. I'm not sure how many other 82mm lenses there are out there but if someone would redesign this hood to be wider then it would be worth it's money in gold. I wanted to use it for architecture photography and for shooting through glass (rubber folds so it's great for that reason) but unfortunately it can't be used for any type of photography at all. Not ultra wide angle at least. The vignetting disapears at 24mm wide.
I love the B+W Rubber Lens Hoods. I have one for each lens. When you don't want it, you can just fold it back. One added benefit, when shooting through glass, place the lens hood on the glass . . . no glare, no vibration.
great if you're needing one for basketba
Works fine when you have to have a rubber hood for NBA or NCAA on a 16-35 set to about 24mm.
Vignettes at wide end of Canon 24-70
I bought this because the lens hood on the new Canon 24-70 II falls off too easily. I hoped it was think like a 77mm Mamiya I have that's lasted a long time on my 70-200. When it arrived I saw it was thin, like a 72mm B&W rubber lens hood that I bought a few years ago for my 50mm prime. That lens hood cost me less than $15 and lasted a year before it fell apart. For the price this wasn't worth it even if it didn't vignette. I returned it an B&H gave me a refund.
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