I am celebrating getting my first karma feedback as a new member. Very few post so far, none of them rude or even challenging, but still a "smite"!
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Here are some candid shot from Japan, giving a nice cross section of society
A boy taking part in the "Festival of light" at the controversial Yasukuni shrine.
"Otaku" (geeks) photographing maids in Akihabara.
A novice monk chanting in Kamakura.
And a drunken salary man looking on hopelessly as the train doors close and he hasn't managed to get up or grab his briefcase
Interesting! I'll second the question - what country are you in? I've previously bought the 85/1.8 and 10-22mm in the USA, and neither came with hood/pouch.
The user manual for the 10-22mm from the Canon USA website, for example, indicates that the hood and case are sold separately (p.9).
I don't think anyone has said all non-L lenses come with no hood, or the oh so useful pouch. I think that when someone gets one without it, and assumed they would be included, they get a little annoyed and post it. You got 3/4 but choosing different lenses would change that.
If I may ask, what lenses, and from where are you buying these lenses?
Canon generally does not include hood/pouch with non-L lenses, even some expensive ones. 3rd party vendors may bundle them as a package, though.
There are a couple of exceptions - the Ef 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 DO IS lens includes both hood and pouch, and the MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-5x includes the tripod collar and pouch (but not the hood).