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B+W 49mm Screw-In Metal Wide Angle Lens Hood #970

BH #BWLHWAM49 • MFR #65-069645
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B+W 49mm Screw-In Metal Wide Angle Lens Hood #970
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B+W 65-069645 Overview

Lens hoods are primarily designed to prevent unwanted stray light from entering the lens by extending and shading the end of the lens. In addition, since the end of the lens is extended you also get the added benefit of some extra protection from accidental impact.

The B+W #970 wide-angle metal lens hood is made of black-anodized aluminum with light-absorbing flat black ribs on the inside and protects against contrast-reducing, uncontrolled, stray light. It is designed for wide-angle (zoom) lenses with angles of view up to 70° wide (approx. 28mm in 35mm format).

B+W 65-069645 Specs

Mount TypeThread
Rear Lens Thread Diameter49 mm
MaterialAluminum
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.075 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.75 x 3.7 x 0.85"

B+W 65-069645 Reviews

Needs thread for lens cap

By Herman
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-03-10

The quality is excellent, and it works for using a polarizing filter on my Leica Q2 (unlike the original Leica hood). The MAJOR design flaw is that there are no filter threads on the front, so there's no way to attach a lens cap.

Stylish and solid

By mathlawguy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-01-01

This is a fantastic little hood for a wide angle lens. It also is OK up to about 40mm. The fit is great and it is a typical precision B+W product. I wish they made one tht was a little longer.

Superb workmanship

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2014-07-28

While it is not inexpensive, the extra dollars spent buy a superbly machined, all-metal lens hood. Perfect fit, and it works well on my rangefinder camera.

a fine hood

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2008-06-08

A finely crafted lens hood from the Germans...as one would expect. Not cheap but the best! (I am using this on a Schneider 35mm Curtagon PC/shift lens)

Highly recommended

By Hung
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-02-07

Highly recommended. Quality. More important is that you can use the hood while a polarizing filter is still attached to the lens. I had to return a hood of other style and from other manufacturer, because i cannot use the hood and polarizing filter as the same time.

Perfect Size for Sony E-Mount Lenses

By Craig
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-02-06

This is the perfect size and design for several of the Sony E-Mount and FE Mount lenses I own. I have one on my Zeiss FE 55mm f1.8. and my Sony 50mm f1.8 OSS, and have also used it on the Zeiss FE 35mm f2.8. The native lens hoods on the 55mm and the 50mm are just too large, and I was looking for something smaller to protect the front of the lens from bumps more than keeping stray light out. I don't mind lens flair when it occurs. A compact lens is more important to me then a bit of light hitting the element. The hood is well made, and I like the shape as it flairs out (especially important on the Zeiss 55mm) so that it's at least the same circumference as the lens barrel. But truth be told, you can save a lot of money by just getting a generic lens hood as the build is about the same. You're paying for the B+W name.

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question

Will this work with a B+W 49mm (MC)UVA No. 010 slim filter?If not, is there another that will?
Asked by: Anonymous
What is the front size?
Answered by: Gediminas J.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Specifically, will it work with B+W's 49mm slim (MC) UVA Haze No. 010 (2C) BWUVMCS49 (manufacturer number 66-026919)?Thanks again.
Asked by: Anonymous
No, that will not work. That filter does not have any front threads for the hood to screw in to.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-26

You state that this lens hood "is designed for . ...

You state that this lens hood "is designed for . . . lenses with angles of view up to 70° wide (approx. 28mm in 35mm format)." I suppose that "wide" might indicate a horizontal angle of view of 70° (roughly that of a 26mm lens in "35mm format") or that the diagonal angle of view is about 70° (so about a 31mm lens). Could you please clarify? Thanks.
Asked by: Brian
The manufacturer does not specify if the angle of view is horizontal or diagonal. As it is not dedicated to any specific lens, the angle of view is approximate. While I would guess it would be measured diagonally, it should be compatible for wide angle lenses between the 26mm to 31mm focal length range. In any case, you may purchase the item and test it on your own lens for compatibility, and if you are not happy with its performance, you may return the item for an exchange or refund within 30 days of the original purchase date.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2020-12-08

question

who had tried this lens hood on the Sony Sonnar FE 35mm f/2.8 with UV filter attached?
Asked by: Aivar
You can use this hood with that lens and a filter without issue.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

Would this work on a Leica Q2?

Would this work on a Leica Q2?
Asked by: William
Should be fine for most uses. It's certainly an excellent hood.
Answered by: Gregory
Date published: 2020-12-16

question

Will this hood block the optical viewfinder on my Fuji X100f (I have a 49mm adapter and B&W filter on added on to the lens)?
Asked by: Peter
You will be able to partially see the hood within the viewfinder.
Answered by: Chuck C.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Is it possible to attach a front lens cap with this hood installed?
Asked by: Rob A.
Yes you can. I used a Mamiya 67mm front cap at first but found it fell off too easily. I switched to a Nikon 67mm front cap and it holds on very well. Make sure its Nikon and not a cheap cap or you will be replacing it often!
Answered by: BARRY P.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Can you attach a 49mm lens hood to this hood?
Asked by: Mackenzie
I'm guessing this is a typo and you want to attach a 49mm filter. You want to attach the filter to the lens and then the hood to the filter.
Answered by: Simon S.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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