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Olympus Rubber Lens Hood for 35-70/28-85mm

Olympus Rubber Lens Hood for 35-70/28-85mm

Regular price $54.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $54.00 USD
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Used item, no tax.
Tested & inspected by hand, special machinery not required. Found to be working correctly. Any flaws present will be noted and will not affect typical use.
It is unsure if the "28-85mm" here refers to the unreleased prototype manual focus OM mount 28-85mm f3.5-4.5 or the later same focal length and aperture AF mount version, but the AF version did have its own plastic hood with a different design entirely. Curiously, visually this hood actually matches the 35-105mm f3.5-4.5 hood with its metal ring shape and the overall height of the hood. While the difference to the standard 35-70mm hood isn't huge, its something to take note of.

In excellent shape.

Details: Olympus Rubber Lens Hood for 35-70/28-85mm

Non-collapsing rubber lens hood for compatible Olympus 35-70mm and 28-85mm lenses. Likely fits other lenses with 55mm filter threads as well. Attaches via a tightening knob. Metal base ring and rubber hood part.

  • Size: 88 x 29mm
  • Weight: 29g
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Olympus Rubber Lens Hood for 35-70/28-85mm

Olympus OM System

The Olympus OM system was late to the game, but ended up changing the rules of SLR design entirely. Introduced in 1972, this system turned the idea of big, heavy, metal 35mm SLRs on its head by being compact without sacrificing the build or image quality that made SLRs popular.

Yoshihisa Maitani, designer of the Olympus PEN and XA, also led the design team for the first OM SLR, the OM-1. It and the other single-digit OM series SLRs were designed to fit all the professional-grade features customers wanted in a body that anyone could carry around. The consumer-grade two-digit models, like the OM-10, are less well-built but come at a lower price point.

Olympus produced and sold OM series SLRs until 2002 when the company pivoted to digital cameras using the Four Thirds and Micro Four Thirds mounts.

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