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Canon Lens Hood 18-55

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Canon Lens Hood 18-55 by StIzZo Dec 1, 2012

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A small change to the original one for fit lens 18-55 that was included with my 650D.
Removed part of the bottom pins that were 4-5 mm thick, now 1 mm and fit perfect on the lens.

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Printed in ABS with 30 % infill, no shells and accelerated speed.

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Thanks a lot for making this remix. I printed the original, only to find that the tabs at the bottom were far too thick. Do you think the 1mm tabs will be strong enough if printed with PLA? I am getting ABS shipped this Friday which might work better.

Doesn't fit my Canon 70D which has a 58mm diameter lense. Also a couple canons only have 2 latches for it to screw onto.

Nice job, but If you plan to update your design in the future I suggest you go with a circular rim instead of petal for this lens. The reason is the 18-55 has a rotating front element , therefore is not compatible with petal hoods, because as the element rotates the petals will move in and out of shot. (this is why all non internal focus lenses have round hoods. Also some very very tele lenses have round hoods but there are other factors in place there). This is why some people here complain that they see the petals in their shots ;)

If you have any questions regarding lens hood design and why petal hoods are a good idea in fixed front element lenses I will be happy to share lot's of info about the subject :)

hi, i have a kind of thechnical question here, does the lens hood change between 18-135 and 18-200? i'm asking because i like to print this one and wondering if it will work between my lenses

Did not fit to my 670d with 18-55 kit.

will work with kit canon d670?

mine printed too small for my camera lens even though it is the same as shown in the photo

I forgot 700D has a different lens and made this. T____T

It would be awesome if there was a customizable version of this with variables for lens width and hood flare

Nice model but the at 18mm the lens hood starts to show up in the corners of the field of view - at least on my Canon SL1 with an older 18-55mm lens. I think you need to flare this out a bit to accomodate.

Great model !
Would you by any chance have a 72mm-diameter version ?
(I'm looking for a model for the canon 15-80 EFS lens)
Thanks !

I see a small amount of light from between the lens and the hood, but it is a nice fit otherwise.

Wow, this is a perfect example of something we are getting screwed over with. They charge a good price for those and its only what... 50cents of plastic? 

Good job.

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