|Quoting JohnJ (Reply 1):|
It would need to be designed in such a way that you could move your camera at different angles to the glass without the hood letting in reflecting light.
|Quoting JohnJ (Reply 7):|
Back to the lens hood, can someone point me to a source on the Internet that sells such a thing? Not sure exactly what to search for.
|Quoting JohnKrist (Reply 5):|
But a combination of a rubber hood and one of these would be great, with a thicker fabric of course:
The metal wiring should have the size of a standard aircraft window 10%. The wire frame can be inserted along the rim of the window frame
|Quoting ckw (Reply 11):|
But if you have the rubber hood against the glass, there's no need for the fabric surround.
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