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Re: [OM] 18mm filters

Subject: Re: [OM] 18mm filters
From: "Tom Trottier" <infoanim@xxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 1999 14:39:08 -0400
One of the advantages of *rubber* lens hoods is that you can fold them back, mm 
by mm until you get no vignetting.

I only wish someone made some that matched the 35mm film format - i.e. 
rectangular, like the bellows for some 6x6 cameras

Tom

> Date: Wed, 21 Apr 1999 21:57:02 -0700
> From: "jahudson" <jahudson@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: [OM] 18mm filters
> 
> - ----- Original Message -----
> From: *- DORIS FANG -* <sfsttj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 1999 7:15 PM
> Subject: Re: [OM] 18mm filters
> > On Thu, 22 Apr 1999, Michael O'Carrigan wrote:
> > > With the recent talk of pros and cons of using filters.
> > > Can anyone advise on the correct rim thickness of 72mm filters to use on
> > > the Zuiko 18mm lens. Does Hoya or another manufacturer make filters with
> a
> > > very thin rim?
> >   B&W, Hoya & Tiffen make thin-rim filters.
> >                *= Doris Fang =*
> Does anyone make thin rim after-market lens hoods? I have a 49mm one size
> fits all rubber lens hood which I once used with my 28 / 2.8 Zuiko instead
> of using the original lens hood. I had a perfectly circular image and black
> corners. Original OM  lens hoods in the second hand market are rather hard
> to find.
> 
> John Hudson

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