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Canon 18-135 STM lens hood

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Canon 18-135 STM lens hood by llluis Dec 18, 2012
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I've adjusted the model to fit my lens: Canon 18-135 STM (T4i kit). The original hood is the EW-73B.

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It should be possible to mount the lens hood "inversed", when not in use (facing the camera instead of facing front).

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Also if I hold it up (since it won't fit) the "petals" of the hood are clearly visible in the frame until about 24 mm.

Finally got this to print but it's about 2 mm too small on the diameter - won't fit. Oh well..

Having trouble printing this. It seems like there's a gap in 2 spots on the bottom, so it prints in mid air a few layers up. Is that right?

This is a great use of this tech. Could you let me know if there is a way of making this hood for my nikon lens?

Many Thanks

Michael

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