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FAQ and General Facts about DSLR Lens Hoods

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On May - 14 - 2016

FAQ and General Facts - DSLR Lens Hoods

FAQ and General Facts - DSLR Lens Hoods



FAQ and General Facts about DSLR Lens Hoods

1. What is the purpose of a lens hood and what the extent in difference of the outcomes between the use and non-use of it?

2. When and in what situations should the lens hood be used?

3. Is there a significant difference in results when using an original and a 3rd party lens hood? Of course when speaking in material there is a difference, what with the price of 3rd party prices being as low as a 3rd of the original’s price.

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