General Brand 55mm Screw-In Rubber Wide Angle Lens Hood

General Brand 55mm Screw-In Rubber Wide Angle Lens Hood

General Brand 55mm Screw-In Rubber Wide Angle Lens Hood

B&H # GBLHWA55 MFR # NP11155
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This 55mm Screw-In Rubber Wide Angle Lens Hood from Kalt is similar to regular collapsible hoods, but designed for fixed and zoom wide angle lenses. Prevent glare and improve contrast in your pictures and slides.

UPC: 096727111556
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Package Weight 0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.8 x 5.0 x 1.0"
55mm Screw-In Rubber Wide Angle Lens Hood is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice Product! I am really just a novice but this lens hood replaces an equally nice but damaged hood by another manufacturer. It seems a bit more substantial than the earlier one. Of course i use it to reduce glare which it does seem to do well.My main concern was that this hood be durable enough to withstand handling over the years (as the earlier one did not). It is too soon to say but from all outward appearances, it should be fine.I was hoping this hood would fold back when I don't want to use it OR remove it but it doesn't appear to have that function. That was probably the weak spot in my first hood as it cracked at the folds. So while its not being able to fold might be a shortcoming, it is also why this new hood may last longer!
Date published: 2014-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Is it ultra wide? Well it seems to be wider than what I wanted for a 28mm. Don't have any wider lens to test it on. Trying the normal lens hoods on the Kiron 28-f2 caused vignetting so I ordered this out. It does not vignette when screwed into a skylight filter attached to the lens. Just checked and it does't vignette with a Ambico thin polarizer and the skylight between it and the lens. Seems a little more flexible than the Nikon HR4. It holds a lens cap good.
Date published: 2011-02-14
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