• Bower Pro Lens Cap Keeper for SLR Cameras CK501
Bower Pro Lens Cap Keeper for SLR Cameras CK501

Bower Pro Lens Cap Keeper for SLR Cameras CK501

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  • Fits all SLR cameras
  • Super lightweight
  • Strong adhesive holds lens cap
  • Easy-to-use
  • Unobtrusive

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Great features The edges of the molded plastic are smooth, it's seamless where the elastic enters the button. The self stick adhesive pad appears to be very sticky when the protective cover is removed and should stay stuck for a long time. When the cord is pulled it stretches nicely and returns to it's original length when let go.Overall, appears to be a great product that I hope to enjoy for a long time. This is much more superior then a shoe string and a piece of tape. I'm very satisfied with my purchase. LOLIt is what it says it is and good quality at a reasonable price. 5The adhesive was so poor that it came off after a couple of weeks This thing was a piece of cheap junk. The adhesive was so poor that it came off after a couple of weeks. I almost lost my lens cap. I would not recommend it. I guess you get what you pay for, so i will be buying a different brand. 1For that price? What can I say? Only 4 stars because the elastic was a little too loose on my Olympus PEN E-PM1 stock lens and I managed to lose the leash and the lens cap when it slid off. But that happened when I practically threw the camera at my husband who took off at a run trying to catch a shot. Not exactly a "normal" occurrence. And it did fit on both the stock lens as well as the 40mm-150mm telephoto. Note: the E-PM1 is a micro four thirds camera so it is much smaller than a DSLR.Definitely can't argue with the price and the free shipping! 4Bower Pro Lens Cap Keeper This is an excellent item, but it failed to remain on my Nikon Lens Cap for more than 2 months. I simply drilled and tapped a hole thru the lens cap into the adhesive button that is supposed to be held by a dry sticky glue. I used a very small flush-head screw to permanently secure it. Has held for over 18 months of heavy use. If you are handy, this is for you. If not, give this one & any other lens cap keeper with an adhesive a wide berth. On the plus side, it did not cost very much. 3Works perfectly for short lenses without lens hoods. I originally bought this for the lens cap for a Canon 18-55mm lens. This is a short lens and I was sure that the limited reach of the cap leash would be long enough for it.The elastic band that holds the leash on the lens itself is reasonably strong and feels as though it will retain is elasticity for a long time. The glue that holds the lens cap to the leash has not started to come loose and I still feel as though it is holding the lens cap well. The length of the leash is, as expected, long enough for a short lens. All in all I found this item to be perfect for a small lens like the Canon 18-55 and I was so pleased with it that I bought a second one for another lens that I have.However this lens cap keeper will probably not work as well for any long lens. The elastic band would have to be placed near the end of the lens barrel and that would probably place it on the section used to turn the lens. That would mean that the entire band would move when the lens was turned and the string holding the lens cap will correspondingly shorten. Turning the lens barrel very much would probably take up all of the slack on the leash and then prevent the lens from turning (or make turning the lens further more difficult). Neither of those are things that people want to deal with when trying to take a quick photo so I recommend this only for relatively short lenses.A further thing to consider is whether or not you plan to use a lens hood. By its very nature a lens hood will interfere with the proper operation of this lens cap keeper by making the distance from the elastic band to the lens cap effectively longer. Further, if you keep your lens hood on your lens and reverse it as you need to (as I generally do) the backward facing lens hood will put a further strain on the length of the lens cap leash.If you have a short lens and if you are not using a lens hood this item is a gem and I have rated it on that basis and for those conditions. Perhaps the company will make another version of this lens cap keeper with a longer leash and that would make it more acceptable for longer lenses and/or lens hoods. 5what a luxury! i know this is a such a small purchase and minor detail, but SO critical for me. i keep my digital camera in my purse and grab it out to snap photos several times per day. i generally DESPISE dealing with lens caps and losing them, but they are completely necessary with how much wear and tear i have on my camera. thanks to this little guy, i just pop the lens cap on and off without having to worry about it. i just let it drop and start snapping away. i haven't had any problems with this yet. the adhesive on the little round pad seems to be sticking fine (especially for how inexpensive this is), but i figure if it ever did come off down the line (from wear & tear), i can just add new adhesive to it. again...so far, so good! 5Good accessory for loose lens caps I purchased this "Bower HQACAPKPR" lens leash for my Canon SX10IS. Would be nice if a 'leash' was included with any camera that has a detachable lens cover. It does it's job and was inexpensive. This tether is much cheaper than replacing the lens cap or scratching your camera lens while waiting for a replacement cover. Like others shared, the adhesive failed. An easy remedy with a dash of 'Super Glue'. Not many people carry "Super Glue", so I suggest a drop of glue when first attached. Seems when I use a point & shoot, I look for simplicity and wish not to be troubled by concerns for the lens cap. I've had this Bower lens tether for over a year and I haven't had to replace my lens cap. I give it four instead of five stars per the adhesive problem.I also own a DSLR Canon with multiple lens & rather than using this or a similar tether on my multiple caps, I guess my mind adjusts and I place these lens caps in my pocket as I did with my old SLR's lens caps. 4Can't say enough good about them I'll never understand why these don't come standard on every lens cap you buy. We never remember to buy one when we buy a new lens and spend the first week or so dropping the lens cap on the ground. These go into place in a matter of seconds and you won't find yourself buying new lens caps because the original fell off and you didn't notice. Can't say enough good about them. 5Nice lens cap keeper, sticks pretty well, recommended for Nikon LC 52 Lens cap This lens cap keeper is very handy, as it sticks pretty well to the Nikon LC 52 snap on front lens cap. I stuck it on the side to avoid covering the Nikon label, but it still works well. I gently tussled with it to see if it would come off, but it looks quite sturdy. For those with some doubt, use some super glue, but I want to try it first without super glue and see what happens.It fits snugly on the stock 18-55 lens of the Nikon D60, but if you have a larger lens, you may find it uncomfortable, too short or too tight a fit, so you may need to get a longer one. This one is sbout 4 inches in length, and might stretch another 2, but that's about it.It is a must have for someone with a camera with a lens, as it saves you the mental aggravation of having to look for the misplaced cap, or the financial agony of having to replace it! 5A creative MUST Such a simple solution, and I've been using them for years. When I get in the field to shoot, I want my mind and eyes on what is before me, not where is my lens cap. I don't want to have to put it in my pocket each time then have to figure out which pocket I put it in. The only negative I've experienced is on really windy outdoor days, but that's a small matter for the convenience. You pull off the cap and let go. When you need the cap, it's right there. Like it. 5
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Great features The edges of the molded plastic are smooth, it's seamless where the elastic enters the button. The self stick adhesive pad appears to be very sticky when the protective cover is removed and should stay stuck for a long time. When the cord is pulled it stretches nicely and returns to it's original length when let go.Overall, appears to be a great product that I hope to enjoy for a long time. This is much more superior then a shoe string and a piece of tape. I'm very satisfied with my purchase. LOLIt is what it says it is and good quality at a reasonable price. 5The adhesive was so poor that it came off after a couple of weeks This thing was a piece of cheap junk. The adhesive was so poor that it came off after a couple of weeks. I almost lost my lens cap. I would not recommend it. I guess you get what you pay for, so i will be buying a different brand. 1For that price? What can I say? Only 4 stars because the elastic was a little too loose on my Olympus PEN E-PM1 stock lens and I managed to lose the leash and the lens cap when it slid off. But that happened when I practically threw the camera at my husband who took off at a run trying to catch a shot. Not exactly a "normal" occurrence. And it did fit on both the stock lens as well as the 40mm-150mm telephoto. Note: the E-PM1 is a micro four thirds camera so it is much smaller than a DSLR.Definitely can't argue with the price and the free shipping! 4Bower Pro Lens Cap Keeper This is an excellent item, but it failed to remain on my Nikon Lens Cap for more than 2 months. I simply drilled and tapped a hole thru the lens cap into the adhesive button that is supposed to be held by a dry sticky glue. I used a very small flush-head screw to permanently secure it. Has held for over 18 months of heavy use. If you are handy, this is for you. If not, give this one & any other lens cap keeper with an adhesive a wide berth. On the plus side, it did not cost very much. 3Works perfectly for short lenses without lens hoods. I originally bought this for the lens cap for a Canon 18-55mm lens. This is a short lens and I was sure that the limited reach of the cap leash would be long enough for it.The elastic band that holds the leash on the lens itself is reasonably strong and feels as though it will retain is elasticity for a long time. The glue that holds the lens cap to the leash has not started to come loose and I still feel as though it is holding the lens cap well. The length of the leash is, as expected, long enough for a short lens. All in all I found this item to be perfect for a small lens like the Canon 18-55 and I was so pleased with it that I bought a second one for another lens that I have.However this lens cap keeper will probably not work as well for any long lens. The elastic band would have to be placed near the end of the lens barrel and that would probably place it on the section used to turn the lens. That would mean that the entire band would move when the lens was turned and the string holding the lens cap will correspondingly shorten. Turning the lens barrel very much would probably take up all of the slack on the leash and then prevent the lens from turning (or make turning the lens further more difficult). Neither of those are things that people want to deal with when trying to take a quick photo so I recommend this only for relatively short lenses.A further thing to consider is whether or not you plan to use a lens hood. By its very nature a lens hood will interfere with the proper operation of this lens cap keeper by making the distance from the elastic band to the lens cap effectively longer. Further, if you keep your lens hood on your lens and reverse it as you need to (as I generally do) the backward facing lens hood will put a further strain on the length of the lens cap leash.If you have a short lens and if you are not using a lens hood this item is a gem and I have rated it on that basis and for those conditions. Perhaps the company will make another version of this lens cap keeper with a longer leash and that would make it more acceptable for longer lenses and/or lens hoods. 5what a luxury! i know this is a such a small purchase and minor detail, but SO critical for me. i keep my digital camera in my purse and grab it out to snap photos several times per day. i generally DESPISE dealing with lens caps and losing them, but they are completely necessary with how much wear and tear i have on my camera. thanks to this little guy, i just pop the lens cap on and off without having to worry about it. i just let it drop and start snapping away. i haven't had any problems with this yet. the adhesive on the little round pad seems to be sticking fine (especially for how inexpensive this is), but i figure if it ever did come off down the line (from wear & tear), i can just add new adhesive to it. again...so far, so good! 5Good accessory for loose lens caps I purchased this "Bower HQACAPKPR" lens leash for my Canon SX10IS. Would be nice if a 'leash' was included with any camera that has a detachable lens cover. It does it's job and was inexpensive. This tether is much cheaper than replacing the lens cap or scratching your camera lens while waiting for a replacement cover. Like others shared, the adhesive failed. An easy remedy with a dash of 'Super Glue'. Not many people carry "Super Glue", so I suggest a drop of glue when first attached. Seems when I use a point & shoot, I look for simplicity and wish not to be troubled by concerns for the lens cap. I've had this Bower lens tether for over a year and I haven't had to replace my lens cap. I give it four instead of five stars per the adhesive problem.I also own a DSLR Canon with multiple lens & rather than using this or a similar tether on my multiple caps, I guess my mind adjusts and I place these lens caps in my pocket as I did with my old SLR's lens caps. 4Can't say enough good about them I'll never understand why these don't come standard on every lens cap you buy. We never remember to buy one when we buy a new lens and spend the first week or so dropping the lens cap on the ground. These go into place in a matter of seconds and you won't find yourself buying new lens caps because the original fell off and you didn't notice. Can't say enough good about them. 5Nice lens cap keeper, sticks pretty well, recommended for Nikon LC 52 Lens cap This lens cap keeper is very handy, as it sticks pretty well to the Nikon LC 52 snap on front lens cap. I stuck it on the side to avoid covering the Nikon label, but it still works well. I gently tussled with it to see if it would come off, but it looks quite sturdy. For those with some doubt, use some super glue, but I want to try it first without super glue and see what happens.It fits snugly on the stock 18-55 lens of the Nikon D60, but if you have a larger lens, you may find it uncomfortable, too short or too tight a fit, so you may need to get a longer one. This one is sbout 4 inches in length, and might stretch another 2, but that's about it.It is a must have for someone with a camera with a lens, as it saves you the mental aggravation of having to look for the misplaced cap, or the financial agony of having to replace it! 5A creative MUST Such a simple solution, and I've been using them for years. When I get in the field to shoot, I want my mind and eyes on what is before me, not where is my lens cap. I don't want to have to put it in my pocket each time then have to figure out which pocket I put it in. The only negative I've experienced is on really windy outdoor days, but that's a small matter for the convenience. You pull off the cap and let go. When you need the cap, it's right there. Like it. 5
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