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Calumet Snap-In Lens Cap

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      09.05.2010 17:27
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      IF this one breaks I'll eat my cap...

      OK, so there isn't a great deal to say about a lens cap, but I had to write about these gems! I bought 3 of these at a car boot sale for a quid each (not sure how much they usually are) to fit may favourite lenses (well two of them fit) and boy are they good!

      I have a great habit of taking the lens cap off to take a photo, putting it in my back pocket and then sitting on it and believe it or not I have snapped about 5 in the last year or so! Can I have the captain stupid t-shirt please?

      The Camulet cap (which I believe is available in a range of different sizes) is a tough little sod! I have tested it by dropping it, sitting on it, stamping on it, scratching it and chucking it at a wall (yeah my neighbours think I'm nuts but you gotta do these things right)

      It has a textured tough finish with no logo (which I prefer) and the clip action is very nice. I know it's only a lens cap, but if you want to keep your lens dust free and not have to spend £10 on a branded one every time you break or loose it, then these are the best!

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