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ET-60 Camera Lens Hood for Canon EF 75-300mmf/4-5.6III USM EF-S 55-250mm IS

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In photography, a camera lens hood or lens shade is a device used on the end of a lens to block the sun or other light source in order to prevent glare and lens flare. The geometry of the camera lens hood can vary from a plain conical section (much like a lamp shade) to a more complex cut sometimes called a flower, petal or tulip hood (as shown in the picture), which prevents the hood from blocking the field of view a normal lens hood may block the field of view on some zoom settings. Lens hoods are more prominent in long focus lenses because the field of view has a smaller viewing angle than of wide-angle lenses. For wide angle lenses, the length of the hood (away from the end of the lens) cannot be as long as those for telephoto lenses because of the viewing angle. Lens hoods are often designed to fit onto the matching lens facing either forward, for normal use, or backwards, so that the hood may be stored with the lens without occupying much additional space. Some lens hoods are flexible and collapse for storage. This canon lens hood is designed to prevent glare by stopping light from coming into the lens at side angles, and the main function of the lens hood is to shade the lens from stray light, improving your contrast and image quality. Added benefit of extra protection from accidental impact. Try one of those lens hoods and you will love them!
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  • Specifications:

    • Prevent glare by stopping light from coming into the lens at side angles camera lens hood
    • Designed to prevent unwanted stray light from entering the camera lens hood
    • Ensures no problems with vignetting or motor functions camera lens hood
    • Added benefit of extra protection from accidental impact canon lens hood
    • Protects lens from scratches and impacts, protection for the front lens element against rain and mechanical damage lens hoods
    • Interface: Bayonet
    • Color: Black
    • Compatible with: Canon EF 75-300mmf / 4-5.6III USM EF-S 55-250mm IS

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    Jeryerce ET-60 Camera Lens Hood for Canon EF 75-300mmf/4-5.6III USM EF-S 55-250mm IS

    • For canon cameras

    Camera Lens Hood

    • Prevent glare by stopping light from coming into the lens at side angles

    Canon Lens Hood

    • Improving your contrast and image quality with this lens hood

    Lens Hood

    • It shades the lens from stray light and assist in keeping moisture or wind-blown debris off the lens

    Jeryerce ET-60 Camera Lens Hood for Canon EF 75-300mmf/4-5.6III USM EF-S 55-250mm IS

    • Large enough

    Camera Lens Hood

    • Lens hood for ET-60

    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

    Package Included:

    • 1 x JYC ET-60 Digital Camera Lens Hood for Canon EF 75-300mmf / 4-5.6III USM EF-S 55-250mm IS

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Subaman

from (QLD, Australia)

Bought this item on

05-21-2011

 
Great product, good value
08:48:15 05-21-2011
Great product for the money, does what it was designed for,no problems with it at all, Quality seems good,delivery to Australia was quicker than expected.

no cons at all, Great product for the money, does what it was designed for,no problems with it at all, Quality seems good,delivery to Australia was quicker than expected.

as stated above: Great product for the money, does what it was designed for,no problems with it at all, Quality seems good,delivery to Australia was quicker than expected.

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Kandi Koltz

Bought this item on

01-03-2011

 
Great Lens Hoods!
00:00:00 01-03-2011
Got this for my Canon telephoto and it works great. Awesome quality for the price which is much lower than the OEM Canon hood. I was surprised at the build quality it is very simple and basic but also ensures the hood works just as you would expect. Have no trouble mounting the hood and it stays on no problem. Great product.
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David Stough

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12-09-2010

 
Lens Hoods!
00:00:00 12-09-2010
Great product, outstanding deal. I will definitely do business with you guys in the future.
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Don Grell

Bought this item on

10-21-2010

 
Canon Lens Hood!
00:00:00 10-21-2010
These hoods use the lens's bayonet mount, and can be reversed on the lens for storage, just like the ones made by Canon. They are the right length to prevent vignetting on their recommended lenses. I also bought one for my kit lens and it is just as nice as this one I got for my EF 75-300 II.
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Kyle Dusi

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09-23-2010

 
Camera Lens Hood!
00:00:00 09-23-2010
Well, I'm impressed. <br/> <br/>Once again, an aftermarket company makes a product that is the OEM's equal in every way, only at a much better price!
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Matt VanSchyndle

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09-18-2010

 
Lens Hoods!
00:00:00 09-18-2010
You will need a center-pinch lens cap if you use this hood. The lens cap sold by Amazon would be a good choice.
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Tammy VanMeer

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08-12-2010

 
Camera Lens Hood!
00:00:00 08-12-2010
I am very impressed with dino as a supplier of camera accessories. I now have hoods for two lenses and lens caps, all very well made and purchased for a fraction of what I would have had to pay for the equivalent from Canon or other suppliers.
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William Jose

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07-01-2010

 
Canon Lens Hood!
00:00:00 07-01-2010
I am happy to confirm all the good things said about this lens hood by the previous posters. Also, this hood is deep enough to protect the lens and shield it from stray light. I used this hood when taking 1500 photos with my Canon 55-250 lens and there was no sign that it affected the photo in any way.
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Tony Musarra

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06-10-2010

 
Lens Hoods!
00:00:00 06-10-2010
This lens hood seems to be pretty much an exact match for the much more expensive Canon-branded product. It mounts perfectly and seems to be well made. I have no problem recommending it.
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