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Francisco Solares-Larrave


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September 9, 2017
 [Ver 2] CV 35/1.4 & 40/1.4 Hood [+VF Cutout]
SolaresLarrave @vitorsilva_vs Sorry about taking this long, Victor... the photograph you wanted to see is finally available!
SolaresLarrave Alright, I finally found a photograph I had of my Leica M5 with a Biogon 35mm and this hood. It's on an odd location and also a phone photograph, but it shows how this hood looks once in place.
SolaresLarrave I just received mine today, Oct 14, 2016, and it's a great fit on my Zeiss Biogon 35mm f2.8. It went over a filter and turned a bit tightly, but just enough to stay firmly in place. Since it has the bayonet, it won't get out of alignment and will stay nicely in line with the viewfinder and body. I'll post images later.


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