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05/18/2007 09:59:17 AM · #26
I am currently waiting for the UPS driver to drop off a hood from B&H for one of my lenses right now.
05/18/2007 10:33:29 AM · #27
Originally posted by skylen:

Also, it's worth noting that you can print your own lens hoods. There was a thread on this a while back.


Just amazing - what a nice thing to do for folks who don't want to spend the money. Best comment left on the site: "OK, so where's the website for cutout D200's, 18-200VR's, etc?"
05/18/2007 11:17:07 AM · #28
hoods block sun flares (which can be artistic)
hoods block light that kills contrast (no saving an image like this)
hoods are a mechanical protection against bumping things and damaging the front element

hoods are something you pay extra for with most canon lenses (cheap b@st..)
hoods are a PITA if use a belt system or change lenses often as now each change requires 'assembly' of the lens
hoods a PITA if you use an expodisc, PL filters, cokin filters, etc
05/18/2007 12:09:47 PM · #29
Originally posted by Prof_Fate:


hoods are something you pay extra for with most canon lenses (cheap b@st..)


Only if you're a cheap b@st... and don't buy L glass.
05/18/2007 01:37:58 PM · #30
I need a bigger hood.
05/18/2007 02:56:37 PM · #31
Originally posted by boomtap:

I need a bigger hood.


I need to get out of the hood :-D
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