It is made of black anodized aluminum and has a matte finish
This lens protector prevents damaged lenses from being damaged by bumps and impacts
This hood can be attached to lenses with 49mm filter threads by simply screwing it into the filter thread of the lens
A 58mm filter or cap can be mounted in the opening in the front of the hood
Height of the hood is 24mm, and it is suitable for lenses with focal lengths up to 50mm on a full frame camera or up to 28mm on an
Questions & Answers
On the hood, there is a second thread. ?
This is what it says in the description of that 82mm Hood It can accept a 98mm front lens.
But use caution if you stack an 82mm and a 98mm Hood together, because it may truncate (cut off) the corners. corner of the image, and even the side border as well as the top and bottom edges will be truncated if the lens is not quite long enough. As I said earlier, I picked some of my lens hoods to fit perfectly with the digital camera Despite the 1 picture mode, there is a truncation in the The picture mode is 2/3 (5). Only then do I get the whole picture There is a limit of 1 shielding, but it gives my lens the maximum protection it can give.
What is the compatibility of this product?
There is no way to fit it on the
Is there a particular size of lens cap that should be used?
In most cases, the lens cap size is the same as the filter size. * Which lens is it? There is a separate "long" lens hood designed for the 50mm focal length lens, so I would assume that the 18mm lens will also vignette. The only way to know for sure is to check it out.
Selected User Reviews For JJC 49mm Screw-in Mount Standard Aluminum Metal Lens Hood Shade for Lenses with 49mm Front Filter Thread for Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM,Sony E 50mm f/1.8 OSS Lens,Sony E 35mm f/1.8 OSS Lens
This hood is quite solid, but I would have liked it if There are issues with 600mm) and I have wrestled with them
In addition, I found out the filter thread on the lens, so I have combined this hood with two more The hood provides much better protection than the stock hood when all three are screwed together. In order to zoom out to 150, I now have to zoom in Just to get over how much the lenses are protected by these, 200mm is a good starting point. The hood does just what I wanted it to do once you narrow the field of view down. - I am deducting one star for this hood, as it is the shallowest and heaviest among the three. As with the other two, it did not come with a cap for the front.
| Dec 21, 2020
This is a good item, but the picture is deceiving as it is not nearly at the size shown
In actuality, the measurement of 25mm is accurate, but the photo is off by a wide margin. The lens hood is nowhere near that height, so if you need a hood with a little more depth for your lens, this is not the right choice since 25mm is pretty thin. These photos should not be used in such a confusing manner.
| Oct 29, 2020
A simple lens cap will never scratch glass, but that lovely lens coating will surely get scratched by fiddling with the cap 1mm away
(I know, plastic won't scratch glass, but it sure will scratch the delicate lens coating. I have been using this well since I have a Fuji 16-megapixel digital camera (Not the more expensive OIS II the second version is a much cheaper option. 8) with no vignetting at all, The fact that it won't vignette on any lens (or just about any) I assume (but I'm not sure).
A sealed Vivitar bag contained this product. There are a lot of big names in the lens business. I have a Nikon 3300 with a Nikkor 18-200mm lens and it fits perfectly on the aluminum For me, a 55 lens with small vignetting at its longest extension is not a problem. The camera must have been made for this. My purposes were to shade the lens from every angle, so it was very useful. I think that the quality is better than the price, much better, and that it is perfect for what I am looking for.
| Jul 02, 2021
The program does what I need
I bought two different sizes of two of my most used zoom lenses (both are f/2. 8). I have never noticed vignetting at the widest zoom setting although it is not a deal breaker in my opinion. It's important to me to have a metal lens hood, since I don't like "protective" lens filters, nor do I need to cup and uncap my lenses all the time. If I want a wide view of the entire frame, I just unscrew the hood when I need it. These hoods protect my lens just enough for me to use them.
| Jul 23, 2020
It is better than the native Canon 52mm pancake lens hood in terms of fit and performance
It is better than the native Canon 52mm pancake lens hood in terms of fit and performance. Unlike many other table lamps, this one is made of all metal. The lens hood cannot be folded backwards like most lens hoods so that it can be stored on the lens itself.
| Feb 07, 2021
The product does exactly what it is intended to do Make sure the threads on the front are tight
This is the third of three I bought for a DIY project and they worked great. You might want to check the threads just to make sure, especially this one. You might want to check the front threads (if necessary). 77mm mounts can take 82mm filters, but I received a lens with a faulty front thread. I made it.
| Aug 03, 2020
It is with sadness that I say goodbye
I am extremely happy with the look and quality of my new Canon 90D 18-55 There are 135mm in the Sadly, this one does not work when you are zoomed in widely. I decided to buy the JJC Reversible Lens Hood Shade Protector EW-D5 The 73D is a replacement for the Canon EF-73 The number of the song is 18 It has a focal length of 135mm at This is a USM (fits 18-24 A 135mm USM Only) and A replacement for the Canon RF24 This lens has a F4 aperture of 105mm One is the STM Lens that needs to be replaced. 67mm Screw-in by JJC was better looking in my opinion EW-compatible aluminum metal lens hood can be mounted in the mount As far as looks go, the 73D is great, In any case, both products are excellent, and I recommend them both.
| Nov 18, 2020