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Sigma HA-11 Hood for DP1 Digital Cameras
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- This lens hood blocks out extraneous light.
- A hood adapter, designed to accept 46mm lens filters.
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Top Customer Reviews
I clicked the hood adapter into place (no moving about at all, firmly attached), screwed in a 46mm UV filter, then screwed in the hood itself, which also clicks into place, powered up the Sigma, and all is good. Then I detached the hood and screwed in the Sigma polarizing filter on top of the UV filter, reattached the hood (note that for other filters, you probably don't need to do this, the polarizer requires it because it's a two-part filter whose stationary base has to be used for mounting), and all is good.
The DP1(s) with hood installed does require a larger pocket for carrying about, but it only takes a second or two to dismount the hood and adapter with filters still attached, all in one piece.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The hood did not fit on to the camera despite the claim it would on a Sigma dp2 which does on the lower priced Sigma cameras. The hood was returned and I was reimbursed.Published 8 months ago by wingwitt
The Sigma HA-11 Hood for DP1 Digital Cameras does the vital function of keeping stray light, that cause lens flair, from striking the lens.Published on October 7, 2013 by Sillimanite
Consider this a missing requirement for the Sigma DP1 cameras. The lens cap that comes with the camera is truly awful, falling off easily. Read morePublished on May 13, 2013 by JCollett
Useless for the Sigma DP2 Merrill. Doesn't fit the lens. I now have to look elsewhere for a lens hood to fit the camera.Published on May 6, 2013 by Eric Triplett
You absolutely need this hood if you want to put a filter on your DP2 series camera. I bought this to mount a variable ND filter for my Sigma DP2S.Published on December 12, 2011 by E. Hung
This snout looking thing has saved my DP1 from disaster hundreds of times and really cuts down on the glare. Read morePublished on June 2, 2011 by David L. Garfinkel
It is what it is, an adapter and a hood. I don't use the hood, I just put my infrared filter on the end of the adapter. I do find the adapter will slip off brushed hard. Read morePublished on April 30, 2010 by Manx Shearwater
Poor design. It takes only the lightest brush or nudge to cause the hood to turn and before you know it, it has fallen off the camera. There is no click-in-place. Read morePublished on July 20, 2009 by Manx Shearwater