Ricoh HA-3 Lens Hood & Adapter

BH #RIHA3 • MFR #170453
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Ricoh HA-3 Lens Hood & Adapter
Key Features
  • For Lens S10 24-72mm f/2.5-4.4 VC
  • For GXR Camera System
  • Adapter Accepts 43mm Diameter Filter
  • Required for Using DW-6 Conversion Lens
The Ricoh HA-3 Lens Hood & Adapter is a two-piece set of lens accessories for the S10 24-72mm f/2.5-4.4 VC lens, which is designed for the Ricoh GXR camera system. After you remove the camera's ring cap, the adapter twists & clicks onto the body, bayonet-style.

The adapter allows you to screw in filters that have a 43mm diameter. You can also attach the lens hood to the front of the adapter, whether or not there is a filter attached. The lens hood features a "petal" shape that maximizes the amount of hood coverage for the minimum amount of weight and hood area.

The adapter is required for using Ricoh's DW-6 0.79x wide conversion lens or the TC-1 1.88x teleconversion lens for the S10.

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Ricoh HA-3 Overview

The Ricoh HA-3 Lens Hood & Adapter is a two-piece set of lens accessories for the S10 24-72mm f/2.5-4.4 VC lens, which is designed for the Ricoh GXR camera system. After you remove the camera's ring cap, the adapter twists & clicks onto the body, bayonet-style.

The adapter allows you to screw in filters that have a 43mm diameter. You can also attach the lens hood to the front of the adapter, whether or not there is a filter attached. The lens hood features a "petal" shape that maximizes the amount of hood coverage for the minimum amount of weight and hood area.

The adapter is required for using Ricoh's DW-6 0.79x wide conversion lens or the TC-1 1.88x teleconversion lens for the S10.

UPC: 026649704536

Ricoh HA-3 Specs

Dimensions2.1 x 1" / 5.3 x 2.5 cm
Weight0.7 oz / 19.8 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.6 x 3.1 x 2.5"
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