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Re: Why getting it right in-camera is always best.

Crocodile Dundee "that's not a lens hood, this is a lens hood."

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Re: Why getting it right in-camera is always best.

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Crocodile Dundee "that's not a lens hood, this is a lens hood."



Are you trying to make up for something else a lot smaller?
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Are you trying to make up for something else a lot smaller?
Yes, the ridiculously small built in lens hood that Olympus thought was adequate when they designed the 350mm.
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