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58mm Three Way Soft Rubber Lens Hood for Digital & Film Camera

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The Lens Hood is an important accessory you need for each lens you own. It will help you when you taking photos. The camera lens hood is designed to prevent glare by stopping light from going into the lens at side angles. And it will protect lens from scratches and impacts. Also this soft lens hood prevents image-degrading lens flare by blocking stray light from striking the surface of the lens. So the rubber lens hood enables your lens to give you the sharpest photographs with the best contrast and most vivid colors, in inclement weather. This camera lens hood will be a good helper for these who love photography. You can't miss it.
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  • Specifications:

    • The camera lens hood is for use with any type of lens and fits a standard 58mm thread
    • This rubber lens hood provides protection from unwanted light flares and from accidental physical damage
    • This soft lens hood provides the solution to the problems caused by sun glare, rain and wind-blown debris
    • This triple-position camera lens hood covers different focal lengths
    • The rubber material is acid proof and temperature insensitive
    • This is an original product
    • Thread Diameter: 58mm / 2.28in
    • Material: Matt black rubber hood and metal thread


    MASSA MASSA 58mm Three Way Soft Rubber Lens Hood for Digital & Film Camera

    • The camera lens hood is for use with any type of lens and fits a standard 58mm thread

    Camera Lens Hood

    Rubber Lens Hood

    • This camera lens hood provides protection from unwanted light flares and from accidental physical damage

    Soft Lens Hoo 

    MASSA MASSA 58mm Three Way Soft Rubber Lens Hood for Digital & Film Camera

    • This soft lens hood provides the solution to the problems caused by sun glare, rain and wind-blown debris

    How to Use Lens Hood in Studio?

    • Remove the lens cap from the camera
    • Attach the lens hood to the camera. Lens hoods attach by screwing into, clipping onto, or fitting over the outside of the lens
    • Check the shadow of the lens hood. If direct light is passing into the lens, it will appear as a "lens flare". Adjust the lens hood to block direct light by twisting it on the lens
    • Check the position of the lights, reflectors and subject. Using a lens hood is preferable in a studio situation in which the lights, reflectors, and subject are set up optimally, but light is still directly entering the lens and causing flares. If there is no better orientation for the studio lighting equipment or subject, a lens hood is the best choice to block excess, flaring light

    How to Use a Camera Lens Hood?

    Camera Lens Hood

    When to Use a Lens Hood

    • Lens hoods are used to keep stray light out of your lens. Stray light can cause lens flare and, occasionally, can do harm to your camera or your film. Lens hoods are Ideal for when it is extremely sunny outside; this is really the only time you will ever "need" a lens hood.
    • Nightlife photographers often use lens hoods to keep out stray stage and club lights.
    • Some enthusiasts prefer to use lens hoods all the time because stray light can occur in unlikely places.

    Finding a Lens Hood That Fits Your Camera

    • To find a lens hood that fits your camera lens, you will need to know the size and the manufacturer of your lens. Note: Sometimes, the manufacturer of your lens can be different from you camera. The size and manufacturer should be clearly stated on the side and/ or front of the lens. If you can't find that information, an expert at a camera store should be able to help.
    • In the United States, camera lens sizes, marked on the lens, are measured by millimeters. Some common sizes are 35 mm, 50 mm and 100 mm. Now that you know the size of your lens you should be able to go to your local camera store or shop online and know that a 35 to 135 mm lens hood will fit your 55 mm lens. A lens hood sized at 75 to 135 mm will not work on a 35 mm lens.
    • Let's talk about manufacturers. If you have a 35 mm Canon or Nikon lens, a 35-135mm lens hood by the same manufacturer definitely will fit. But if you are on a budget, companies such as Sigma, Tamron and Tokina (to name a few) make lens hoods that are cheaper that should fit bigger-name cameras. Try these lens hoods in person before buying online.

    Types of Lens Hoods

    • There are two styles of lens hoods. The most common is the "flower " or "tulip" shape. This shape is the most user-friendly, because you can use it on both telephoto and wide-angle lenses without it obstructing the lens or causing vignetting.
    • The second style is the "round" lens hood, which is used in extremely bright situations. This style does not have the slits on the side that the flower style does. The round lens hood does a better job of keeping the light out, but it will create vignetting when used with a wide-angle lens. Some photographers do prefer to use a round hood because of the vignetting, whether for portraits or artistic effect.
    • Vignetting is a shadow on the border of photographs.

    Attaching Your Lens Hood

    • This is the easiest part. As long as you have the right size lens hood, it should just screw on to the front of your lens.
    • To remove your lens hood, gently twist it to the left.
    • If for some reason you have trouble mounting your lens hood, double-check that you don't have any adapter rings or other accessories on your lens.

    Shooting With a Lens Hood

    • When shooting with a lens hood, there is no need to do anything differently. The lens hood is there to block out stray light; it will not affect your aperture, ISO or shutter speed setting.
    • Once you get used to your lens hood, you may notice that your outdoor and even indoor shots appear sharper. Take before and after shots with your lens hood on and off to see the difference.
    • Try new things or play with vignetting. Lens hoods aren't something to be afraid of.

    Package Included:

    •  1 x MASSA 58mm Three Way Soft Rubber Lens Hood for Digital Film Camera

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Patricia Dake

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recommending it
00:00:00 12-10-2011
This lens hood seems to be pretty much an exact match for the much more expensive branded product. It mounts perfectly and seems to be well made. I have no problem recommending it.
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George Eskro

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Lens Hood is great
00:00:00 11-21-2011
Photographers often state the protective abilities of a Rubber Lens Hood as a reason to have one. This hood being a solid petal shaped offers limited protection from keeping moisture and wind blown debris off the from lens element. When in place, the hood can protect the lens from impacting solid objects. Being shallow and petal shaped, this type of protection is also limited. Even if the protection is limited, replacing a damaged hood is usually cheaper than repairing the lens and easier to replace.
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Jessica Wilson

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Excellent MASSA Lens Hood
00:00:00 10-20-2011
I just recently got this Camera Lens Hood and took it out to a park to try it out. I thought my EF 28-80mm took good shots before... I was pleasantly surprised at the results of using this relatively cheap add-on. In a bright environment lens flare can be present in a subtle way, taking out some shadow depth and "bleaching" out a shot. This hood helps prevent that and really had an impact on my shots.
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Dennis Dougherty

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protective benefits
00:00:00 09-09-2011
While the protective benefits exist, they are secondary and limited. I find the impact the hood has on my image quality to be the more convincing reason to use a hood. Considering the impact on image quality and the low cost as compared to my other camera equipment, purchasing a hood is money well spent.
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jean-philippe minier

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well built
00:00:00 08-24-2011
The Camera Lens Hood itself is well built, made of high end material and it protects your lens. It locks onto the front of the lens quickly and is easily removed when not wanted.
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Scott Weitzel

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Soft Rubber Lens
00:00:00 07-21-2011
Since the Soft Rubber hood is wider than the lens; it can easily be stored attached in a reverse position. This doesn't add to the length of the lens, but does make it wider by about an inch. An inch may not seem like a lot, but in a tightly packed camera bag, it is huge. This lens itself isn't unusually wide so the extra inch may not be a problem.
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Mats Sjödin

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Great Lens Hood
00:00:00 06-17-2011
The Camera Lens Hoods offer several benefits to the photographer. Primarily the hood shades the lens from stray light that may result in an unwanted discoloration or hazing of the image, or the appearance of lens flare. Shading your lens helps improve contrast and image quality. A hood is not required to eliminate these problems, as any item used to shade the lens will provide the same protection from stray light. The hood is convenient in that it is built to offer protection while ensuring that it will not inadvertently find its way into your image.
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Carlo Ordonez

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58mm Three Way
00:00:00 09-23-2010
This Soft Lens Hood reduce flare and ghosting when shooting in bright light. <br/>Help protect your lens from dirt and scratches. <br/>Makes you look more like you know what you are doing and helps keep others from carelessly walking in front of you.
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