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  • posted bytugay1990 on 11/26/2013

    58 mm yle tam uyumlu . görünüm olarak çok büyük gösteriyor ve fotograf makinasi fahada büyüyor. parasoley özelligi olarak isigi tam ve net kesiyor. Kesinlikle tavsiye ederim ve kullaniyorum . Hiçbir sikinti yok. Takilma yeri daha saglam olabilirdi ... Read more

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  • posted bypasmans on 09/18/2013

    the lens hood fitted my genuine canon eos lens perfectly, when tightly secured on the lens the second rigged ring can be used to secure the whole item in place. as the item itself does not "do anything" other then blocking light it works just like all the other ones available, this one does ... Read more

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  • posted byTONIOBOARD on 05/13/2013

    It much cheaper then other brands that costs 4 times as much. That lens hood feels very great, is made out of hard plastic that is very durable. It fits my lens very well. The build quality is very good to be this cheap. Very easy to attach to your lens. It really does the work. No cons really, dx products ... Read more

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  • posted byalfafenixmx on 02/09/2013

    Performs the function of removing excess light High performance cost - benefit with the Canon Power Shot IS% Lightweight and ergonomic The notch mold it costs some work The manufacturing material is plastic Recomenrdable only for days with high illumination It is a fixture that serves Parasol, however ... Read more

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  • posted byvirubro on 07/05/2012

    Compact Strong Easy mountable Cheap Nice fit Easy rotatable ring for a perfect fit. Lens Cap had to much room Not Reversible mountable Had some imperfections Dont buy it for lenses with a 18mm or lower range only for 30mm and above. Otherwise you see the sunhood in the corner of the picture. It is much ... Read more

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    posted bynelitow on 04/25/2012

    Does what it's supposed to do. Cheap. Plastic is ok. Protect your lens in a different way that a filter does, plus don't affect image quality in a bad way. When using with a kit lens like a 18-55mm, on the widest ranges (near 18mm), depending on the focus, the hood appears, so you have to adjust it, ... Read more

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  • posted byJenTri on 07/14/2011

    - It's a lot cheaper then the ones you buy in the store - It does what it's suposed to do - You can see the hood when completely zoomed out - You have to screw it onto your lens - The lens cap falls off If I could turn back in time, I would've bought another hood, because of the cons mentioned above.... Read more

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  • posted bymanen6 on 04/01/2011

    It's a lot cheaper then the real ones from canon, which is always welcome! It gives you, and your camera, that "pro-look". It prevents sun flare from getting in you're shots, which can be annoying. The biggest problem I have with this lens hood is that when it's put on the lens you can't attach the lens ... Read more

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  • posted byfichino on 03/25/2011

    Prevents flair from showing within the picture Gives a 'professional' look to the camera If zoom is full out, the hood shows up in the picture It should have a way to better fix the lens cap in it (perhaps if it had an outer screw mark, it would fix the cap properly) looks very nice on the camera and ... Read more

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  • posted bybestenemy on 01/31/2011

    Blocks flare, like it's supposed to. Ideal for long lenses. Highly recommend getting it as an addition to a polarizing filter (CPL). Plastic thread is very weak and easy to strip. The tightening screw could use a tiny bit of lubrication. It's a bit loose - enough to skip and damage threads when turning.... Read more

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