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Remove lens-hood remove HB21 Lens hood

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SOURCE: lens hood can't be removed from 18-105mmAF-S DX VR lens-stuck in

i don't want to preach.. but what's that hood diong there? but whatever the reason is i'll be helping you. simplest way is not to stop shooting therefore you won't face the same problem. glad to be of help.

Posted on May 07, 2009

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Hi there, together with providing you the solution to the problem, I also took the liberty of going one step further in giving you steps on how to remove the headlight bulb.

  • Find the hood release handle and activate it, the hood should pop open.
  • Once the hood is popped open locate the hood secondary or safety latch and release it. Then finish opening the hood.
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This is called "vignetting". To me it sounds like your lens hood isn't mounted correctly. If you don't turn it on all the way, exactly this will happen, because the longer "leaves" on the hood shadows the edges of the frame.
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