Thanko - Lens Cap Holder

When you take off the lens cap of your camera before shooting a photo, don't you sometimes start wondering where you should keep the cap? Although you could keep it in your bag, you might end up searching for it there later. Or you might have a strap tied on the lens cap but it could bother you while shooting.

Nothing fancy nor outstanding about Thanko's new Lens Cap Holder, but you will probably like it a lot.

Have the Lens Cap Holder attached to the camera strap around your chest. When you take off the lens cap, simply attach the lens cap to the Lens Cap Holder.

2 sizes (Big or Small) are available. Each size is compatible with 3 different sizes of lenses.

Big

  • Price: ¥480
  • Lens size: 72mm, 77mm, 82mm
  • Size: 11x86x8mm
  • Weight: 26g


Small

  • Price: ¥480
  • Lens size: 52mm, 58mm, 67mm
  • Size: 97×71×8mm
  • Weight: 19g
     
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