Canon ET65III Lens Hood for Canon SLR Lens : Digital Slr Cam,Wr_U77C_B_lus

Canon ET65III Lens Hood for Canon SLR Lens : Digital Slr Cam 57 of 60 people found the following review helpfulEssential Accessory By BigLens on January 29, 2006 I bought this hood for Canon’s 85mmf1.8 lens, one incredible lens.Years ago I went to a lecture by Ernst Wilde, MR. Hasseblad himself, where he showed the difference that a lens hood would make on a Hasseblad lens. Since then I have always used them faithfully on every lens I own. The longer the lens, the more efective the lens hood can be if it is specifically designed for that lens. This is the hood Canon has for their medium telephoto lenses, the 85f1.8, 100usm macro, and 135mmf2.8 lenses. The hood will protect your lens from dust, scratches, damage, while at the same time preserving the maximum contrast your lens can deliver. This differs from a filter, that will take away from the inherit lens sharpness and contrast. A analogy is wearing a baseball cap which will improve your vision and protect your eyes from cataracts, while not distorting your vision like sunglasses will. 2 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 32 of 33 people found the following review helpfulNice lens hood for the EF-85mm F/1.8 USM lens By John Grooms on April 7, 2010 Verified Purchase I always buy lens hoods for my Canon lenses. There are reams of reviews written on the merits of lens hoods, and repeating all of that is probably not a good use of my time, or yours. I have conducted lots of tests with overhead and flanking lighting, as well as sunlight and secondary reflected sunlight, and in EVERY case found noteable benefits afforded in picture quality through glare and streak reduction or elimination by use of a lens hood. Then there’s the whole thread of discussion on protecting your lens investment from boo boo’s, which DO happen. The ONLY reason I can think of not to use a lens hood is the hassle with storing them, and/or buying larger lens cases to accommodate them when “reversed” for storage on lenses.This is a Canon original equipment hood. I almost gave up on finding one since many sellers seem to be out of stock on the ET-65III, which is the hood I needed for

Rugged Hard Carrying Bag Backpack Case For DJI Pro Phantom 17 of 17 people found the following review helpfulCase is ok…. By Grizzly on June 26, 2015Color: Rugged Hard Verified Purchase Case is ok, the one I received did not match the cutout shown for the DJI Phantom 3 remote, so I had to do some cutting. Attached is how I received it. (window.AmazonUIPageJS ? AmazonUIPageJS : P).load.js(‘http://z-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/AUIClients/ReviewsLightbox-f7cca4f3cbb4813a75feaa203b934580e93504bc.min._V2_.js’); P.when(“jQuery”).execute(function(jQuery) { P.when(“reviewsLightbox-js”).execute(function() { var reviewImageGallery = new ReviewGallery(“R21JDDQXBKPEPW_gallerySection_DCAA9ACC-4B8E-11E5-ABE0-06B7AE291449″, “DESKTOP”); reviewImageGallery.initializeForReview(“R21JDDQXBKPEPW”); var widgetDom = jQuery(“#R21JDDQXBKPEPW_imageSection_DCAA9ACC-4B8E-11E5-ABE0-06B7AE291449″); var thumbnails = widgetDom.find(“.review-image-thumbnail”); thumbnails.each( function(index) { jQuery(this).bind(“click”, function() { var popover = widgetDom.find(“.a-popover-trigger”); popover.click(); P.when(“reviewsLightbox-ready-R21JDDQXBKPEPW_gallerySection_DCAA9ACC-4B8E-11E5-ABE0-06B7AE291449″).execute(function() { reviewImageGallery.render(); reviewImageGallery.showImageAtIndex(index); }); }); }); }); }); 1 Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 11 of 11 people found the following review helpfulBargain Bag Works! By M. Denis Hill VINE VOICE on July 2, 2015Color: Black Verified Purchase This bargain bag beats the box … as a way to carry the Phantom 3, that is. I found only one obvious shortcoming.There were no reviews of this item when I ordered, no surprise since the Phantom 3 is new. It took 12 days from order to delivery (the listing

Pioneer P6A Extra Variety Pack 5, 8, 12mm Extension Posts ( 5 of 5 people found the following review helpfulWorks well By Jen on December 30, 2012Style Name: classicItem Package Quantity: 1 Verified Purchase The extenders work well for the most part. They don’t fit all products and only some of the sizes work. I use a variety of brands of scrapbooks and hoped for a better solution to give the books more space. These are also cheaper at Jo-ann or Michael’s with a coupon. Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 3 of 3 people found the following review helpfulFabulous By K. Walker on January 22, 2013Style Name: classicItem Package Quantity: 1 Verified Purchase These are a great quick fix to expand your scrapbook albums. I had a few issues with them not screwing into themselves (not the original posts that came w/ scrapbook), but after some reworking and rearranging, I got them all attached nicely. I only use Pioneer scrapbook products, which is why I went with this brand for extension posts; I figured “keeping it in the family” would minimize incompatibility issues. Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 5 of 6 people found the following review helpfulThese don’t work at all! By KB on August 13, 2011Style Name: classicItem Package Quantity: 1 These are HORRIBLE. They don’t fit into any other “end caps” that go on either end of the extenders… and both my husband and I tried several brands of end pieces! The problem is that the threads on any of these (no matter the length of extender you choose) don’t go down far enough to accept the screw that goes into it. Therefore, you’re stuck with an area that is nothing but threads outside of the extender that your pages get caught on. Cheap for a reason. I’m really surprised Pioneer has such a hack product. 1 Comment