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Style Name: 52mm
Lens hoods enable shooting under difficult lighting conditions or in case of unfavourable position of the sun; they work to reduce the glare in photos. In addition the Hama Rubber Lens Hood for standard lenses allows you to attach a number of 52.0 mm filters to the end of your lens.
Adding a filter to your camera can improve your photos, having a filter can save you time making corrections on your PC by immediately improving your photos which can be seen straight away on the display screen. The attachment of a filter can also help to keep your camera in mint condition, making re-sale much more achievable. The rubber lens hood has a metal ring and is collapsible therefore takes up little room in your camera case when it is not in use.
The Lens Hood is for standard lenses (from a focal length of 45 mm) and digital cameras with internal thread (screw-in frame: ø52.0 mm). The lens hood is made out of rubber making it easy to attach to, and remove from your camera. Make sure that your pictures are always the best quality that they can be by using the necessary lens attachments for optimum results.
Not bad does what I want but your original designs were much, much better.Published 5 months ago by malta 1
Great rubberised design that allows you to position the shade according to need. Lightweight easy to fit/use and unobtrusive. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Thommo
Using this with a canon 55-300 and it fits like a glove. I intend buying a few more for other lensPublished 17 months ago by Dhayden
lIKE IT TO PROTECT LENS BUT IS NOT WIDE ENOUGH FOR MY LENS ON WIDE ANGLE SETTING, IE, SHOWS "RING" AROUND PICTURE.Published 21 months ago by Mrs Veronica Ackrill
fine piece of kit, it feels a solid piece of kit and the optics appear excellent a must for any photographerPublished 22 months ago by steve
great bit of kit, keeps the suns glare off the lens n when it not sunny it just folds back, I also use it when I need to take photos thru glass, because once propped to the glass... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Gee Marie Kane