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ET-60 Lens Hood for CANON EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III

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Still looking for a Lens Hood for your digital camera? This flower camera lens hood is designed to prevent lens flare problems.Camera lens hood comes with an adjustment ring to ensure proper mounting orientation of the hood on your camera. Hood for CANON is more effective than the round hood. Not only because they are longer, but also because their shape is matched to the pyramidal cone and leaves no holes.In addition, sine the end of the lens is extended, you also get the added benefit of some extra protection from accidental impact.
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  • Specifications:

    • Camera lens hood for Canon is one of the most important accessories for each lens you own
    • Camera lens hood provides multiple functions, shading the lens from stray light and improving your contrast and image quality
    • In inclement weather, camera lens hood can assist in keeping moisture or wind-blown debris off the lens
    • The EF75-300 hood for CANON protects the front barrel from the inevitable impacts against walls, door frames, and other real-life obstacles
    • Almost all EF lenses have a Canon lens hood engineered specifically for it
    • This is an original product
    • Compatible with: Canon EF 75-300mm f / 4.0-5.6 III
    • Material: Hard plastic

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    MASSA ET-60 Lens Hood for CANON EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III

    • Durable lens hood for Canon is one of the most important accessories for each lens you own

    Camera Lens Hood

    • Almost all EF lenses have a Canon lens hood engineered specifically for it, very nice and fine

    Hood for CANON

    • In inclement weather, hood for CANON can assist in keeping moisture or wind-blown debris off the lens

    Lens Hoo

    • The EF75-300 hood for CANON protects the front barrel from the inevitable impacts against walls, door frames, and other real-life obstacles

    MASSA ET-60 Lens Hood for CANON EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III

    • You can image the size of the nice camera lens hood according to the coin. Take it home immediately

    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

    Methods to Clean Mold on Camera Lens:

    • Purchase a cleaning product. These include Clorox Germicidal Spray, Tilex Mildew Remover and 500 PSI Mask Scrub. You can use almost any product that removes mold on glasses or lenses. Read the warning label for the product you choose
    • Rub the lens cloth over the camera lens. Remove any grime or dirt that is present. This will allow you to see the damage more clearly
    • Dip one lens cloth in warm water. Squeeze out any surplus of water. Extra water can seep into the camera if not careful
    • Wipe the lens with the damp cloth. Concentrate on the mold section and any small creases around the camera lens. This will move any remaining dirt
    • Spray or pour a drop of cleaner on the second lens cloth. Polish the camera lens thoroughly. Cover ever part of the mold pores including around any creases
    • Use the third lens cloth to wipe the moisture off. Towel it completely dry. Then store it in a safe, dry location

    How to Connect a Canon Lens Hood:

    Camera Lens Hood

    • Attach the lens to the camera body by aligning the red dot on the lens with the red dot on the camera body. If it is an EF-S lens, you will be attaching the white square to the white square instead of red dots
    • Align the red dot on the lens hood with the red dot on the end of the lens. The red dot is the same on all lens hoods, regardless if it is an EF lens or an EF-S lens
    • Turn the lens hood clockwise until it locks into place. The red dot on the camera should align with the line and circle on the lens hood. The lens hood is now connected to the camera lens

    How to Design a Lens Hood:

    • Decide on the material to use. If the lens hood is being used outdoors, then it will need to be able to withstand the different weather you may encounter
    • Pick a material that has a flat finish as opposed to one that is reflective. Ideally the lens hood should be made of a flat black material
    • Determine the angle at which the hood will need to be constructed so it doesn't encroach on the field of view of the lens. The best way to do this is to put the camera with the lens you are building the lens hood for on a tripod. Cut a four inch square of the lens hood material
    • Hold the square in your hand and position one end to rest on the top of the lens near the front. Slowly start to tilt the front of the square up in the air, allowing the back end of the square to rest on the lens. Look through the viewfinder and when the square is no longer intruding into your field of view, you will have the angle at which the four sides will need to be
    • Cut the square into a trapezoid, trimming the excess material from the front of the square back toward the rear so the square is same size as the lens opening. Use this as the template for the other three sides
    • Attach all four sides to each other using flat black gaffers tape. Place the lens hood on the lens and secure it in place using gaffers tape

    Package Included:      

    • 1 x MASSA ET-60 Lens Hood for Canon EF 75-300mm f / 4.0-5.6 III

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Brett Stewart

Bought this item on

12-22-2011

 
good construction
00:00:00 12-22-2011
It has good construction, although sometimes it can be a little difficult to take on/off the camera. Better that than coming lose. <br/>Would recommend.
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Anderson Chamon

Bought this item on

11-08-2011

 
Recommended
00:00:00 11-08-2011
This Canon lens hood twists on and off very easily. Much better than the old screw-on version I thought I was saving money on (but not time). Too bad the lens hood does not come with the lens. Recommended.
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Samuel

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Bought this item on

10-26-2011

 
Great Lens Hood!
15:52:44 10-26-2011
This lens hood does exactly has described. It protects from accidentally bumping the glass against something and also make a huge difference in lens flare when shooting outdoors in bright sunlight. I noticed that it also sits on my kit 18-55mm lens, although when zoomed out to 18mm you can see the edges of the hood.

No cons - yay!

I use the hood whenever I shoot outside in the sunlight, to stop my pictures from being ruined by lens flare. It works well.

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Keegan Barrett

Bought this item on

10-20-2011

 
great camera
00:00:00 10-20-2011
Canon has a great camera. It provides great flexibility with a lot of help to be more user friendly. Great pictures with a little study - nice - plenty of other things to do with your time.
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Cody Oebel

Bought this item on

09-15-2011

 
looks cool
00:00:00 09-15-2011
This Lens Hood for Canon works as its supposed to. You can reverse bayonette it when not in use. Has already protected my lens a couple times when I've accidentally banged it against something. Plus, it looks cool!
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J.B. Preston

Bought this item on

08-17-2011

 
love
00:00:00 08-17-2011
Bought this Canon Lens Hood for my 7D, Originally got it from Canon till i seen it was way cheaper, yep sent it back to Canon!
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kenneth fyffe

Bought this item on

07-20-2011

 
the BEST
00:00:00 07-20-2011
This is the third Camera Lens Hood I have purchased for my Canon 40D, and this is by far the BEST! From the way the hood locks onto my lenses, to the felted interior of the hood, there is nothing better out there! The price is amazing. I have thrown the hood into my camera bag and suitcase, and the hard plastic does not even show a scratch.
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Leonardo Botta

Bought this item on

06-22-2011

 
nice
00:00:00 06-22-2011
Original Canon lens hood is worth of money compared to cheaper copies. Difference is in inner surface of the hood. Black velvet will not reflect light at all. If you are not picky with that feature, go for cheaper ones.
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pasi haavisto

Bought this item on

06-13-2011

 
good
00:00:00 06-13-2011
This lens hood is a good compliment with my EF 28-135mm lens. Great addition to my Canon product collection.
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