Polarizer and hood on 14-140mm
I'm hoping that someone here might have a solution...
I'm on the water a lot so a polarizer filter is nearly always on my 14-140mm lens. At times, there is also a lot of direct and indirect sunlight glare so a lens hood would be nice to have as well. The problem that I have is not being able to adjust the filter when the hood is on the bayonet mount.
I tried a rubber collapsible lens hood that screwed onto the filter but vignetting was a huge issue. Currently, I use one hand to shield the lens from direct light. I could use some assistance finding a fix for this problem.
Does anyone know of a solution for using a polarizer filter and some sort of workable lens hood?
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