-=OFFICIAL=- EDMW PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB - - - Part 14

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MarkersNg

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Just move your camera out of harms way...

A lens hood on a UWA won't do shiet to protect your front element anyway.

Sometimes crowded area... Even with lens cap on still put lens hood on to prevent anyone from knocking onto front element directly
 

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Just move your camera out of harms way...

A lens hood on a UWA won't do shiet to protect your front element anyway.
looks like your lens need to bump into something straight on, then you will realise why lens hood is important.
 

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looks like your lens need to bump into something straight on, then you will realise why lens hood is important.
Never had a lens hood..

But any lens hood won't do jack to protect the front element from sharp objects..
 

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Never had a lens hood..

But any lens hood won't do jack to protect the front element from sharp objects..
it's ok.

dun see the coffin dun drop tears.

hit something != hit sharp objects only
 

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replace the 18-55 with a 16-35L.

see if you will say the same thing or not.
 

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Hoya HD filter with lens hood for moi at all time once out of camera bag.
 
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