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The modular lens hood intensifies contrasts and eliminates unwanted reflections.It fits simply onto the filter-holder by just pressing on the upper and lower parts of the lens hood. You can attach several modular hoods to one another, depending on the focal length of your lens.

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2.0

Cikin Modular Hood

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Product is quite fragile, slight over pressure will cause it to crack, would prefer if it were made of metal.

 
5.0

Must have addition to the "P" system

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Avoid the dreaded glare! Must have add on for Cokin "P" system. Segmented approach (stack up 1, 2 or 3 as needed) adapts to all lenses from wide angle to telephotos.

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4.0

Practical device.

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When using the Cokin system, this device not only will shield the lens from glare, but also afford some protection from finger smudges on the filter, etc. I would have given it 5 stars if the hood was a longer, or if 2 sections were included in the kit.

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Shopper  there is off the market third party filter holders and filters ...slightly bigger filters and don't fit the standard cokin holder. The original hood is a tad too small for the third party filter holder. is this the hood that fits those tad bigger filter holders ?
DAVID M  Personally I would stick with Cokin filters. Reason, Cokin designs its filters to fit snuggly into its holders. This keeps any ambient light from entering the lens via the holder, however, if the slightly bigger third party filters fit well enough to not allow any unwanted light through gaps, then use them if you want. If you still have any concerns, I'd just stick with cokin filters. They're really good filters and holders for the price. I use the Cokin filter system/s with only black and white film. With digital or color film I use polarizers and also apply certain filter effects in PS. Dave M. Commercial Photographer, Salinas CA
Shopper  there is off the market third party filter holders and filters ...slightly bigger filters and don't fit the standard cokin holder. The original hood is a tad too small for the third party filter holder. is this the hood that fits those tad bigger filter holders ?
DAVID M  Personally I would stick with Cokin filters. Reason, Cokin designs its filters to fit snuggly into its holders. This keeps any ambient light from entering the lens via the holder, however, if the slightly bigger third party filters fit well enough to not allow any unwanted light through gaps, then use them if you want. If you still have any concerns, I'd just stick with cokin filters. They're really good filters and holders for the price. I use the Cokin filter system/s with only black and white film. With digital or color film I use polarizers and also apply certain filter effects in PS. Dave M. Commercial Photographer, Salinas CA
Shopper  there is off the market third party filter holders and filters ...slightly bigger filters and don't fit the standard cokin holder. The original hood is a tad too small for the third party filter holder. is this the hood that fits those tad bigger filter holders ?
DAVID M  Personally I would stick with Cokin filters. Reason, Cokin designs its filters to fit snuggly into its holders. This keeps any ambient light from entering the lens via the holder, however, if the slightly bigger third party filters fit well enough to not allow any unwanted light through gaps, then use them if you want. If you still have any concerns, I'd just stick with cokin filters. They're really good filters and holders for the price. I use the Cokin filter system/s with only black and white film. With digital or color film I use polarizers and also apply certain filter effects in PS. Dave M. Commercial Photographer, Salinas CA
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