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Lens Hood (Bayonet) for 18-200mm AF-S Lens.
Use of specifically engineered Nikon lens hoods is highly recommended.
In less-than-ideal lighting conditions, the performance difference can be substantial.
Flower-Type bayonet lens hood provided with select NIKKOR lenses.
By reducing the amount of non-essential light falling onto the front lens element, lenses can better achieve their optimum optical performance, producing more saturated images.
HB-35 Bayonet Lens Hood 2.3 5 6 6
Hood shadows the lens when zoomed to 18mm My complaints 1. The hood does not securely attach to the lens 2. The hood shadows the lens & shows up in the picture when zoomed to 18 mm I can't believe that a company like Nikon would put out a product like this. February 18, 2011
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HB-35 falls off

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I just got a AF-S DX 18-200mm 3.5-5.6 ED VRII with a HB-35 hood. The hood falls off with the slightest movement. Is there a way to secure this better? Should I put electrical tape over the rail or something else to make it stay on? As it is, it is utterly useless as it falls off at the slightest movement.
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Answer: 
I just checked mine and it works fine, rotates and clicks into place.
Perhaps yours is defective.
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Yes. I rotate it, just like other lens hoods that I have. This one flops around and falls off no matter how many times or ways I rotate it.
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Are you turning it after you put it on so it snaps into place?
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