• Fotasy 49mm Telephoto Lens Hood, 49mm Lens Hood for 90mm/105/135mm/150mm/200mm Telephoto Lenses, 49mm Tele Screw-in Lens Hood
  • Fotasy 49mm Telephoto Lens Hood, 49mm Lens Hood for 90mm/105/135mm/150mm/200mm Telephoto Lenses, 49mm Tele Screw-in Lens Hood
  • Fotasy 49mm Telephoto Lens Hood, 49mm Lens Hood for 90mm/105/135mm/150mm/200mm Telephoto Lenses, 49mm Tele Screw-in Lens Hood
  • Fotasy 49mm Telephoto Lens Hood, 49mm Lens Hood for 90mm/105/135mm/150mm/200mm Telephoto Lenses, 49mm Tele Screw-in Lens Hood
  • Fotasy 49mm Telephoto Lens Hood, 49mm Lens Hood for 90mm/105/135mm/150mm/200mm Telephoto Lenses, 49mm Tele Screw-in Lens Hood
Fotasy 49mm Telephoto Lens Hood, 49mm Lens Hood for 90mm/105/135mm/150mm/200mm Telephoto Lenses, 49mm Tele Screw-in Lens Hood
Fotasy 49mm Telephoto Lens Hood, 49mm Lens Hood for 90mm/105/135mm/150mm/200mm Telephoto Lenses, 49mm Tele Screw-in Lens Hood
Fotasy 49mm Telephoto Lens Hood, 49mm Lens Hood for 90mm/105/135mm/150mm/200mm Telephoto Lenses, 49mm Tele Screw-in Lens Hood
Fotasy 49mm Telephoto Lens Hood, 49mm Lens Hood for 90mm/105/135mm/150mm/200mm Telephoto Lenses, 49mm Tele Screw-in Lens Hood
Fotasy 49mm Telephoto Lens Hood, 49mm Lens Hood for 90mm/105/135mm/150mm/200mm Telephoto Lenses, 49mm Tele Screw-in Lens Hood

Fotasy 49mm Telephoto Lens Hood, 49mm Lens Hood for 90mm/105/135mm/150mm/200mm Telephoto Lenses, 49mm Tele Screw-in Lens Hood

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  • Metal lens shade for 49mm filter thread tele lenses, will screw into your Lens, or filter.
  • Fits 90mm/105/135mm/150mm/200mm telephoto lenses with 49mm filter thread
  • Ensures no problems with igniting or motor functions.
  • The 49mm screw-in lens hood fits lens with 49mm filter diameter only. Please verify your Lens thread size/ filter diameter before ordering.
  • Lens thread size will be Marked somewhere on the Lens barrel or printed underneath your Lens cap. This number is always preceded by a "" (Diameter) symbol. For example: 49 = 49mm lens thread size.

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Much nicer than expected. Well finished, fits a 49mm lens cap. The lens hood is finished much nicer than the product photos have led me to believe. I didn't expect much, especially for the price, but was pleasantly surprised. It's definitely made of aluminum and finished in a smooth satin black anodize. The machining is very clean with no marks or blemishes anywhere. Unlike the product photos, the lens hood thankfully doesn't say "For Leica" anywhere and instead only has a small silver marking of "52mm" which appears to be laser etched into the anodize coating. I used a black permanent marker to black out this marking, but given that it's still etched it's visible through the ink from the right angle.I have the hood fitted permanently to my Fujifilm XF 35mm f/1.4 R lens and it allows me to use a 49mm pinch lens cap while the hood is still attached. For those who have either the Fuji XF 35mm f/1.4 or the Fuji XF 18mm f/2.0, you'll know how great of an upgrade this is from the terrible square rubber lens cap and hood combination that comes with the lens. While the shade it provides is likely less than the stock hood, the added protection from bumps and fingerprints is what I was looking for specifically and this lens hood does just that. Unfortunately, your original 52mm lens cap won't fit on the hood. But that's OK because I found a generic brand 49mm lens cap here on Amazon for about $5.I like especially that the vents are very large and that there are a total of 6 vents with small spokes, rather than some of the other brands that have only 3 vents with rather large spokes. This gives the hood a very unique looks and works well on cameras with more classic styling like the Fuji X-Series.I'm personally not much of a filter user but do take note that the hood does not have any additional threading to accept filters. 5Have the Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 II (particularly in black)? This is the hood you want. To me, this is THE hood to get for the newer version of the Panasonic Lumix 20mm f/1.7. To my eye, the Leica-style "inverted" hood (that flares then gets narrower at the front) doesn't look right on this lens because the threaded (focusing) part of the lens is so much smaller in diameter than the body of the lens. This one matches up, almost exactly, with the diameter of the front part of the lens body (the manual focus ring and portion closest to the mount are slightly larger) and really looks like it could have come with the lens.Only minor quibbles: I wish the "46mm" marking didn't end up at a somewhat random spot when the hood is screwed into the threads, and I wish it came with a 58mm lens cap to complete the package. Since I bought a center-pinch cap for my Olympus 75mm f/1.8 (so I could leave the hood in place all the time), I had the stock cap around, and it works great, but it would have been nice not to have to go digging for it. 5Reduces flare, improved contrast. Unexpectedly, it saved my $3000 camera... I bought a Sony full-frame point and shoot camera, which did not include a hood. I chose to buy this product for $7 instead of the $180 Sony version, which is very similar. As luck would have it, I accidentally dropped the camera on an asphalt parking lot, and it landed lens-first on the pavement. The lens hood collapsed, absorbing the impact of the drop. See the photo for proof!This product is lightweight, but sturdy when used as intended. It works perfectly to reduce flare and increase contrast. As an unexpected bonus it saved my $3.000 camera, too. I'm a klutz, so just bought two more for the next time(s) I drop it. Highly recommended. 5Good Product but doesn't work well on Sony A6000 Kit Lens Got this to protect the kit lens of my Sony A6000. Installed without a hitch and doesn't add a lot of extra weight or length so I'm quite happyProduct is well made for the money but doesn't work well on the Sony A6000 Kit lens. When the lens is at it widest focal length the hood is seen in the field of view, definitely not a good thing!! The hood is well worth the money but just doesn't fit my application which is disappointing but not the products fault. I'll keep the hood and use it on a prime lens and I wouldn't hesitate to buy additional hoods for other lens... 4Great Replacement Lens Hood for Nearly any 52mm Filter Thread Lens This is an inexpensive, but well-constructed 52mm lens hood. It is advertised as useful for Zeiss, but it works with most any 52mm lens (I can use mine for both the Fuji 35mm F/2 and Fuji 23 F/2 lenses, for example). It is quite inexpensive, particularly when you compare it to the cost of brand name replacement lens hood. It is made of a solid, one-piece metal design (maybe brass?) with a dull black paint coat. The machining of the screw threads is pretty good, so the hood screws on and off well. The paint does not feel like it will come off unless it is seriously mistreated, and the hood itself feels very sturdy. It's hard not to recommend it for anyone looking for a replacement 52mm lens hood, but check the user questions and answers to see what lenses people have used it with. Also, note that the hood comes either in standard, vented, tilted, wide, and wide "S" and each may have certain lenses for which they work, so check this, as well before purchasing. None of them are expensive at all, and considering the build quality, its an EASY five-star item. 5Love the look. Classic design and acceptable functionality. It fits on my Fuji 27mm lens just fine. The only thing I would have liked would be if the lens cap fit inside of the hood so that I could cap it when not in use, but alas, the inner diameter is just a little too small. The cap will fit on there, but it's wedged so good that it's a pain to take off (and may even come off unexpectedly) so I'd rather not chance it. Outdoor shooting in anything but direct sunlight does experience increased contrast over a bare lens (and I don't have to shield with my hand, so my non-stabilized shots are acceptibly free of blur).It seems like a very durable metal. I'm not rough with my gear, so I don't expect to ever come close to breaking it though. There were other choices I could have gone with, but none of them give the please look of the classic film body with vented lens. My X-T10 and XF27mm deserved this over some anonymous looking hood. 4Steal this lens hood - if it was much cheaper the seller would be paying you to order one... Excellent lens hood. I purchased one of the tapered hoods and found that it was pretty shallow. Not nearly as deep as the lens hood that came with the XF 35mm 1.4R lens. So, I thought I would take a chance on this hood as it appeared to be about twice as deep as the tapered version. Pretty close to the depth of the stock lens. So, no problems with vignette.I love the lens and the rectangular lens hood is sexy looking. But, installing and removing the lens cap was awkward and required fiddling coming off and going back on. My concern with the stock hood was the lens cap would fall down onto the front element and I felt that there was a high risk of scratching the lens or damaging the coatings. This is the more expensive 35mm and I love the images it produces.The lens cap removal and installation is still a bit fiddly, but it is way better than the stock hood. Honestly, I feel this hood is just as sexy looking as the stock hood. Since it has a wider opening at the front, the lens cap is less likely to damage the front element.This cap is metal as is the stock hood. It feels sturdy and durable. Considering prices on factory hoods like this, I could replace all of my lens hoods (and probably all of yours to boot) for less than the cost of a hood with the Fuji or Leica brand etched on the bell.The ordering experience was positive. The hood was as the seller represented it. It arrived on time in sturdy Amazon shipping materials and was undamaged. It appears to be a well made hood that is likely to serve well for many years - or until I lose it - LOL! And the price at under $10.00 makes it an absolute steal. 5Perfect hood for the Lumix 12-32mm I use this with the Lumix 12-32mm mini zoom. It nicely replaces the front lens cap so the lens is always ready for use and the front element is protected, especially from my fingers. As an earlier post stated, there is no vignetting with the LW37 hood on this lens at 12mm. And the front of the hood is threaded for common 62mm accessories. 5Proper alternative for the Olympus lens hood. Fotasy LV46 46mm Vented Metal Hood Shade for Leica Leitz Voigtlander Lens (Black)I recently purchased the Olympus 17mm 1.8 lens which so far is my favorite lens from my Micro Four Third Kit. Because the lens comes only with the front and rear cap, I wanted to make sure that it will stay protected in my street adventures and future vlogs.So then my next step was to find a good Lens hood that is less expensive than the Olympus LH-48B lens cap but with the same quality.After a 45 minute search on Amazon I decided to order the Fotasy LV 46mm mostly based on the number of positive reviews but also being recommended by one of my favorite photographer/reviewer on YouTube.It didn't disappoint. For the price it is really well build. It will work basically with every 46mm lens that I own, 14mm and 25mm. It is nice a sturdy, made completely in metal and has a front tred that can be used to attach the front cap of the lens. I have it installed over a 46mm B+W UV filter. 5Works great but finish is a little rough I'm using this hood on an Olympus M.Zuiko 17mm f1.8 (Silver) for Olympus and Panasonic Micro 4/3 Cameras and it works perfectly and does not vignette. The threads are reasonably smooth and screws on and off without a hitch. The finish has a few minor defects and is not even textured. Resembles tiny zits. However, considering the official Olympus hood costs 10 times more, I can live with minor blemishes. I polished the outer barrel with fine rubbing compound and it removed most of the zits, resulting in a semi-gloss finish. Looks very nice after only 5 minutes of fuss. The interior of the hood is painted with flat black paint to help nix reflections, albeit you could glue on rayon flocking if you wanted to go hog wild.For seven George Washingtons, this is a good deal and an effective hood: strong, well fitting and only a few minutes of elbow grease needed for it to look pretty. 4
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Much nicer than expected. Well finished, fits a 49mm lens cap. The lens hood is finished much nicer than the product photos have led me to believe. I didn't expect much, especially for the price, but was pleasantly surprised. It's definitely made of aluminum and finished in a smooth satin black anodize. The machining is very clean with no marks or blemishes anywhere. Unlike the product photos, the lens hood thankfully doesn't say "For Leica" anywhere and instead only has a small silver marking of "52mm" which appears to be laser etched into the anodize coating. I used a black permanent marker to black out this marking, but given that it's still etched it's visible through the ink from the right angle.I have the hood fitted permanently to my Fujifilm XF 35mm f/1.4 R lens and it allows me to use a 49mm pinch lens cap while the hood is still attached. For those who have either the Fuji XF 35mm f/1.4 or the Fuji XF 18mm f/2.0, you'll know how great of an upgrade this is from the terrible square rubber lens cap and hood combination that comes with the lens. While the shade it provides is likely less than the stock hood, the added protection from bumps and fingerprints is what I was looking for specifically and this lens hood does just that. Unfortunately, your original 52mm lens cap won't fit on the hood. But that's OK because I found a generic brand 49mm lens cap here on Amazon for about $5.I like especially that the vents are very large and that there are a total of 6 vents with small spokes, rather than some of the other brands that have only 3 vents with rather large spokes. This gives the hood a very unique looks and works well on cameras with more classic styling like the Fuji X-Series.I'm personally not much of a filter user but do take note that the hood does not have any additional threading to accept filters. 5Have the Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 II (particularly in black)? This is the hood you want. To me, this is THE hood to get for the newer version of the Panasonic Lumix 20mm f/1.7. To my eye, the Leica-style "inverted" hood (that flares then gets narrower at the front) doesn't look right on this lens because the threaded (focusing) part of the lens is so much smaller in diameter than the body of the lens. This one matches up, almost exactly, with the diameter of the front part of the lens body (the manual focus ring and portion closest to the mount are slightly larger) and really looks like it could have come with the lens.Only minor quibbles: I wish the "46mm" marking didn't end up at a somewhat random spot when the hood is screwed into the threads, and I wish it came with a 58mm lens cap to complete the package. Since I bought a center-pinch cap for my Olympus 75mm f/1.8 (so I could leave the hood in place all the time), I had the stock cap around, and it works great, but it would have been nice not to have to go digging for it. 5Reduces flare, improved contrast. Unexpectedly, it saved my $3000 camera... I bought a Sony full-frame point and shoot camera, which did not include a hood. I chose to buy this product for $7 instead of the $180 Sony version, which is very similar. As luck would have it, I accidentally dropped the camera on an asphalt parking lot, and it landed lens-first on the pavement. The lens hood collapsed, absorbing the impact of the drop. See the photo for proof!This product is lightweight, but sturdy when used as intended. It works perfectly to reduce flare and increase contrast. As an unexpected bonus it saved my $3.000 camera, too. I'm a klutz, so just bought two more for the next time(s) I drop it. Highly recommended. 5Good Product but doesn't work well on Sony A6000 Kit Lens Got this to protect the kit lens of my Sony A6000. Installed without a hitch and doesn't add a lot of extra weight or length so I'm quite happyProduct is well made for the money but doesn't work well on the Sony A6000 Kit lens. When the lens is at it widest focal length the hood is seen in the field of view, definitely not a good thing!! The hood is well worth the money but just doesn't fit my application which is disappointing but not the products fault. I'll keep the hood and use it on a prime lens and I wouldn't hesitate to buy additional hoods for other lens... 4Great Replacement Lens Hood for Nearly any 52mm Filter Thread Lens This is an inexpensive, but well-constructed 52mm lens hood. It is advertised as useful for Zeiss, but it works with most any 52mm lens (I can use mine for both the Fuji 35mm F/2 and Fuji 23 F/2 lenses, for example). It is quite inexpensive, particularly when you compare it to the cost of brand name replacement lens hood. It is made of a solid, one-piece metal design (maybe brass?) with a dull black paint coat. The machining of the screw threads is pretty good, so the hood screws on and off well. The paint does not feel like it will come off unless it is seriously mistreated, and the hood itself feels very sturdy. It's hard not to recommend it for anyone looking for a replacement 52mm lens hood, but check the user questions and answers to see what lenses people have used it with. Also, note that the hood comes either in standard, vented, tilted, wide, and wide "S" and each may have certain lenses for which they work, so check this, as well before purchasing. None of them are expensive at all, and considering the build quality, its an EASY five-star item. 5Love the look. Classic design and acceptable functionality. It fits on my Fuji 27mm lens just fine. The only thing I would have liked would be if the lens cap fit inside of the hood so that I could cap it when not in use, but alas, the inner diameter is just a little too small. The cap will fit on there, but it's wedged so good that it's a pain to take off (and may even come off unexpectedly) so I'd rather not chance it. Outdoor shooting in anything but direct sunlight does experience increased contrast over a bare lens (and I don't have to shield with my hand, so my non-stabilized shots are acceptibly free of blur).It seems like a very durable metal. I'm not rough with my gear, so I don't expect to ever come close to breaking it though. There were other choices I could have gone with, but none of them give the please look of the classic film body with vented lens. My X-T10 and XF27mm deserved this over some anonymous looking hood. 4Steal this lens hood - if it was much cheaper the seller would be paying you to order one... Excellent lens hood. I purchased one of the tapered hoods and found that it was pretty shallow. Not nearly as deep as the lens hood that came with the XF 35mm 1.4R lens. So, I thought I would take a chance on this hood as it appeared to be about twice as deep as the tapered version. Pretty close to the depth of the stock lens. So, no problems with vignette.I love the lens and the rectangular lens hood is sexy looking. But, installing and removing the lens cap was awkward and required fiddling coming off and going back on. My concern with the stock hood was the lens cap would fall down onto the front element and I felt that there was a high risk of scratching the lens or damaging the coatings. This is the more expensive 35mm and I love the images it produces.The lens cap removal and installation is still a bit fiddly, but it is way better than the stock hood. Honestly, I feel this hood is just as sexy looking as the stock hood. Since it has a wider opening at the front, the lens cap is less likely to damage the front element.This cap is metal as is the stock hood. It feels sturdy and durable. Considering prices on factory hoods like this, I could replace all of my lens hoods (and probably all of yours to boot) for less than the cost of a hood with the Fuji or Leica brand etched on the bell.The ordering experience was positive. The hood was as the seller represented it. It arrived on time in sturdy Amazon shipping materials and was undamaged. It appears to be a well made hood that is likely to serve well for many years - or until I lose it - LOL! And the price at under $10.00 makes it an absolute steal. 5Perfect hood for the Lumix 12-32mm I use this with the Lumix 12-32mm mini zoom. It nicely replaces the front lens cap so the lens is always ready for use and the front element is protected, especially from my fingers. As an earlier post stated, there is no vignetting with the LW37 hood on this lens at 12mm. And the front of the hood is threaded for common 62mm accessories. 5Proper alternative for the Olympus lens hood. Fotasy LV46 46mm Vented Metal Hood Shade for Leica Leitz Voigtlander Lens (Black)I recently purchased the Olympus 17mm 1.8 lens which so far is my favorite lens from my Micro Four Third Kit. Because the lens comes only with the front and rear cap, I wanted to make sure that it will stay protected in my street adventures and future vlogs.So then my next step was to find a good Lens hood that is less expensive than the Olympus LH-48B lens cap but with the same quality.After a 45 minute search on Amazon I decided to order the Fotasy LV 46mm mostly based on the number of positive reviews but also being recommended by one of my favorite photographer/reviewer on YouTube.It didn't disappoint. For the price it is really well build. It will work basically with every 46mm lens that I own, 14mm and 25mm. It is nice a sturdy, made completely in metal and has a front tred that can be used to attach the front cap of the lens. I have it installed over a 46mm B+W UV filter. 5Works great but finish is a little rough I'm using this hood on an Olympus M.Zuiko 17mm f1.8 (Silver) for Olympus and Panasonic Micro 4/3 Cameras and it works perfectly and does not vignette. The threads are reasonably smooth and screws on and off without a hitch. The finish has a few minor defects and is not even textured. Resembles tiny zits. However, considering the official Olympus hood costs 10 times more, I can live with minor blemishes. I polished the outer barrel with fine rubbing compound and it removed most of the zits, resulting in a semi-gloss finish. Looks very nice after only 5 minutes of fuss. The interior of the hood is painted with flat black paint to help nix reflections, albeit you could glue on rayon flocking if you wanted to go hog wild.For seven George Washingtons, this is a good deal and an effective hood: strong, well fitting and only a few minutes of elbow grease needed for it to look pretty. 4
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