Hoodman Hoodeye Eyecup for Canon 22mm Eyepieces Models

Hoodman Hoodeye Eyecup for Canon 22mm Eyepieces Models

Hoodman Hoodeye Eyecup for Canon 22mm Eyepieces Models

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Hoodman Hoodeye Eyecup for Canon 22mm Eyepieces Models

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  • Oversized Eyecup
  • Seals Out Ambient Light
  • Self Locking Mount Keeps Eyecup Secure
  • Slides Over Eyepiece Mounting Rails
  • Rotating Eyecup
  • Hypoallergenic Silicon Rubber
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Hoodman's Hoodeye Eyecup for Canon 22mm Eyepieces Models will help block out light when looking through your camera's viewfinder . From its over-sized design, which seals out ambient light, to its rotating nature that accommodates right or left eyed shooters, this eyecup ensures that the Canon 22mm eyepiece shooter can get their shot with ease. The self locking mount slides over the eyepiece mounting rails, keeping the cup in place. Additionally, the hypoallergenic silicon keeps irritation at bay for hours of comfortable shooting.

Over-sized eyecup
Comfortably seals out ambient light
Self locking mount keeps eyecup in place
Slides over eyepiece mounting rails
Eyecup rotates to accommodate right or left eyed shooters
Hypoallergenic silicon rubber eyecup
Compatible with Canon 1D Mark III, 1Ds, Mark III, 7D, 7D Mark II, 1D Mark IV, 1D-X, 1D C, 1D-X Mark II, 5D Mark III, 5D Mark IV, 5DS, 5DS R
UPC: 017932550046
Material Hypoallergenic silicon rubber
Attachment Method Self locking mount
Accommodates Canon 22mm eyepiece
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.09 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.9 x 4.0 x 0.2"
Hoodeye Eyecup for Canon 22mm Eyepieces Models is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 95.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Blocks some of the LCD The Good; Great for out-door bright light, built well, and easy to attach. The not so good; Seems to block part of the top of the LCD when viewing photos or shooting video, being that with most DSLR you can only shoot video using the LCD, at least that is a little annoying. When shooting photos horizontally to vertical the eye cup need be rotated with a free hand so it can be annoying when changing back and forth. Overall; It is something to have around if you are doing a lot of shooting outside in bright light, but not something that I would leave on a camera with a large LCD, or when doing a lot of fast changing horizontal to vertical.
Date published: 2010-11-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well I had a gift card and wanted to try this out so I decided to get it. It arrived promptly as do all of my BH purchases. It was easy to install(put on) and has a secure fit to my 5D mkIII. The eye piece is rubber that is soft on the eye area and it also swivels, good for righty, lefty or shooting portrait style. It blocks most light and good for day or night-time shooting situations. I gave it 4 stars because I thought it could probably extend out a little further to help avoid face contact with the back of the camera and it does interfere a little with the screen on top but it does the job and I'm glad I got it. The photo used for BH is very accurate.
Date published: 2014-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Peace of mind in an eyecup Usually, I keep my camera slung to my side with a quick-draw style strap. Handy for easy access when I want to take a picture, but apparently not so handy when it came to losing eyecups. I've lost an eyecup every few months now simply walking around with a camera or two. I was getting sick of buying replacement eyecups, but then I stumbled on the HoodEye series and haven't lost an eyecup since. It takes up quite a bit more space than any of the standard Canon eyecups and I suppose it would be a pain to use with glasses, but it's a comfortable fit and blocks light well. For me, the pros of a secure fit and comfortable design far outweigh the potential issues of the increased size.
Date published: 2011-07-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works quite well I don't wear eyeglasses, but I can't stand the stock Canon eyecups, soI had been using eyecups from old Canon film cameras on my 20D, 40D, and 50D. Unfortunately, those don't fit the 7D, so I decided to try the hoodeye. I shoot in portrait orientation the majority of the time, and also switch between the right and left eyes depending on the circumstances, so its great that I can rotate the eyecup. It working very nicely, and I also find I get less smudging from my face on the LCD monitor. The size of the hoodeye does make fitting my 70D into my camera bag a little cramped. I'm a little concerned about what affect this will have on the hoodeye in the long term.
Date published: 2011-10-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice but not very durable I love having it on my camera and the way it blocks out the sun, but it's not very durable. Seems to tear easily after a while. I've bought 3 for my various cameras and all three have torn. Don't know how it happens. Just seem to look down and it's torn.
Date published: 2018-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Should come with the camera Provides a comfortable eye pad for the viewer and blocks extraneous light. Installs and removes easily. Seems very secure, I have had no problems with it coming off unintentionally. Adds a few millimeters clearance so my nose doesn't continually leave marks on the LCD, but it will not prevent that entirely. I have found that it does NOT block the LCD at all. The eye cup can be easily rotated if you are shooting with either eye or vertically.
Date published: 2012-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly recommend This is a perfect eyepiece extender for my Canon 7D Mk ll. It slides right on, stays put, and allows rotation to use with either eye. It is very comfortable, and I no longer have my nose smashed up against the LCD screen. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2017-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So much better than the original What a difference this eyepiece makes compared to the original one. No more stray light bouncing back in to my eyes. More importantly, no more stray light throwing off the metering system. I'm using this on my 7D, it seems to be much more sensitve to stray light. Another important benefit: you feel so much more connected to the camera. The camera feels more like an extension of your body instead of something pressed up against your face.
Date published: 2013-03-13
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