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    Rollei Bay 111 lens hood

    Hi all, looking for a Rollei bayonet 111 lens hood, for the 2.8F, think that's correct. So if someone has an extra one that would be great. Oh, I'm in Australia BTW.
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    FYI -I just saw some on KOH's Camera site. It's in the US, but the pricing looked pretty good to me.

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    Rollei Bay 111 lens hood

    Original are crazy expensive but there are some Chinese knockoffs from sellers on ebay in HK and mainland that work just as well.
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    yeah, the chinese knockoffs are about half what a real one costs which, in exc- condition, is about $135 US.

    i actually lost one and finally had to give up searching and buy a new one. that hurt.

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    Thanks for the heads up, may try one from KEH..just don't like going there..too much temptation!

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    I have both the soft rubber and the stiff metal hoods. Personally I prefer the stiff hood. Seems like it will last longer and give more protection.
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    The knock offs aren't too bad. Well built and will do the job for which they are intended. Yes, I prefer the OEM hoods have have them for all of my 35mm lenses, however if I can save 50-60% or more on an expensive lens hood, I'll do it.



 

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