Lens Hood for photographing through glass

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I like the following characteristics, which are the reasons in no particular order that I ordered it:
  • It's already made. (I'm horrible at making DIY projects.)
  • It's collapsible, which allows for easy storage.
  • Its base stretches to fit most any lens; no step up rings needed. (I dislike them so much that I have a separate circular polarizer for each lens.)
I'm willing to bet that the product won't be shipped on schedule. I figure that if I can get any takers, their losses will pay for my new lens hood...if indeed it ever gets made. :eek:
 
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Rubber roof flashing..... available at any home center. Eight bucks.

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I wonder if that will solve the problem with my leaking roof. :ROFLMAO:
Only if you leave your camera installed on it.
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The kind that would think it odd if a guest was showing up with a plunger. A plunger sends a pretty clear message “I’m here to stop up your toilet, but don’t worry I’ve come equipped to deal with it” I often fly to these hotels, curious what TSA would think of a plunger as a carry on. I once carried a short garden spade on board, but that was the pre-TSA days.
 

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