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Adaptall lens hoods (all models)

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Adaptall lens hoods (all models)
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This is a list of the dedicated (in practice many hoods fit other lenses too, and the screw in ones are good for all lenses with the same filter thread) hoods for adaptall lenses. All these hoods are designed for use on 35mm full frame, so may not be the most ideal hoods for use with apsc sensor DSLR's.

Tamron Lens Hoods

Lens Hood type (filter thread) lens Model # lens
19FH5 large metal screw-on (82mm) 06B5 SP 350mm F/5.6
20FH plastic petal (82mm) 51B SP 17mm F/3.5
21FH1 plastic screw on (49mm) 01B1/BB 24mm F/2.5
22FH1 plastic screw on (49mm) 02B1 28mm F/2.5
23FH plastic screw in (49mm) 52B SP 90mm F/2.5
25FH push-on rubber6 (58mm) 09A 35-70mm F/3.5-4.5
25FH push-on rubber6 (62mm) 01A SP 35-80mm F/2.8-3.8
26FH push-on rubber (58mm) 07A 28-50mm F/3.5-4.5
27FH3 plastic bayonet petal 13A3 SP 24-48mm F/3.5-3.8
28FH large metal screw-on (82mm) 55B/BB SP 500mm F/8
29FH Plastic screw-in (58mm) 103A 80-210mm F/3.8-4
38FH big cylindrical metal bayonet 107B SP 300mm F/2.8 LD
39FH big cylindrical metal bayonet 65B/60B SP 400mm F/4 LD-IF/SP 300mm f2.8
42FH push-on rubber (58mm) 17A 35-70mm F/3.5
45FH rubber - bayonet clip on (67mm) 22A 35-135mm F/3.5-4.2
45FH rubber - bayonet clip on (67mm) 26A SP 35-210mm F/3.5-4.2
45FH rubber - bayonet clip on (67mm) 28A SP 28-135mm F/4-4.5
47FH rubber - bayonet c clip on (67mm) 27A SP 28-80mm F/3.5-4.2
48FH plastic bayonet (62mm) 23A SP 60-300mm F/3.8-5.4
49FH2 plastic bayonet (62mm) 19AH2 SP 70-210mm F/3.5
58FH plastic screw on (52mm) 58A/158A 70-210mm F/4-5.6
59FH plastic screw on (52mm) 59A/159A 28-70mm F/3.5-4.5
73FH Large metal, bayonet, reversible. (77mm) 63B SP 180mm F/2.5 LD-IF
79FH tapered plastic bayonet (58mm) 40A 35-135mm F/3.5-4.5
82FH large bayonet - reversible (77mm) 30A SP 80-200mm F/2.8 LD
84FH tapered plastic screw on (58mm) 46A 70-210mm F/3.8-4
86FH low profile plastic bayonet (62mm) 44A 28-70mm F/3.5-4.5
89FH (58mm) 47A AF 70-210mm F/4 [IF]
98FH plastic bayonet (55mm) 52BB SP 90mm F/2.5
A3FH (67mm) 65A SP 35-105mm F/2.8 Aspherical
B3FH big cylindrical metal bayonet - reversible 360B SP 300mm F/2.8 LD-IF
B5FH Plastic petal - bayonet fit (72mm) 71A 28-200mm F/3.8-5.6 Aspherical
B6FH4 rubber petal (82mm) 151B4 SP 17mm F/3.5
C4FH (82mm) 176A SP 28-105mm F/2.8 LD Aspherical-IF
C9FH plastic, bayonet fit (55mm) 72B SP 90mm F/2.8 MACRO
D5FH Plastic petal - bayonet fit (72mm) 171A 28-200mm F/3.8-5.6 LD Aspherical-IF

Notes

1Note that other hoods screwed into the filter threads of the 24mm 01B and the 28mm 02B tend to prevent the lens from fully focussing to infinity. A solution is to use a filter (deglassed if desired) with the hood.
2The 19AH hood fits onto the interior circumference of the focus/zoom ring. Hoods attached to the filter thread will tend to block the zoom movement.
3Adaptall SP 24-48mm 13A doesn't have a filter thread. Alternatives to the difficult to find original hood for 13A, which in any case is designed for full frame and is short for crop factor cameras, include:
- a EW-63II hood for a Canon 28-105mm USM - a good fit diameter wise on the bayonet, but doesn't quite orient at "12 O'clock", or lock on;
- a 1C2FH tamron hood for a tamron 28-80mm aspherical, fits well doesn't lock perfectly.
4 The hood from a tokina ATX 28-135mm is apparently a good substitute.
5 The 19FH has a thread on the inside, so it can be inverted and screwed into a parked position for storage. The otherwise nearly identical 28FH for the 500mm f8's doesn't have this.
6. This is a shallow rubber hood that fits around the end of the lens with a tightening screw. But it is not the only hood made for the 01A there is a plastic one too see here.

Lens list (pdf) with links to original tamron specs.
Mount Type: Third-party (adapter required)



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Lens Review Date: July 31, 2019 I can recommend this lens: Yes | Price: $7.00 | Rating: 7 

 
Pros: Tamron C2FH hood on 13A Locks Fine
Cons: Hood vignettes (can fix as I did) at widest FLs and prevents infinity at intermediate FLs
Camera Used: NA    Handling: 5    Value: 8   

The makedo Tamron C2FH (mine say 1C2FH) hood on the Tamron (Adaptall 2 model 13A) SP 24-48mm lens is convenient b/c the original proper hood is (very!) hard to find. Contrary to the table where it says it sort of locks, my copy locks fine-- actually it feels quite positive. Update, unmounting and remounting hood it no longer latches in place--likely some removal of soft plastic in doing this--so need to take care and verify orientation, and minimize the times you put it on/take it off. But:

(I) it vignettes at 24~27mm FL.
I modified the hood by drilling holes, cutting notches, and filling notches, where it vignettes. Closeup showing one notch is attached. This fixed the problem!

(II) it prevents setting infinity (or near infinity) at 35mm < FL< 43mm.
In fact (in this 35-43mm range) moving from 24mm up, or 48mm down, one needs to set the distance to a close value, to pass thru it. In as much as one can use 24~34mm and ~43-48mm (at all distances including infinity) this restriction may not be too onerous.There is no way that I see to overcome this restriction, other than removing the hood.

I changed my ratings after the modifications to the hood. Unmodified the ratings should be lower (e.g., a 5).

2nd edit.
I found the cutouts need to be larger than on the attached photo. I suggest following. Not exactly what I did, but what I would do if repeating it.
(a) Mark points where the 3:2 rectangle intersects the hood (i.e., where the vignetting is strongest). I constructed a cardboard rectangle of 3:2 proportions to do this.
(b) Drill four 0.20 to 0.25 inch holes at the base of the forward cylinder (just above the base of the hood) under the marks from (a).
(c) Mark about 0.7 inch arcs on the front of the hood--centered over above smaller (b) holes.
(d) Cut out the four hood segments connecting above 0.7 inch arcs to smaller holes below.
(e) Use file or sandpaper to clean up rough edges/burrs.
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