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Canon Lens Cap for E-72 II

Canon Lens Cap for E-72 II

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  • Lens cap for a lnes with a filter dimater of 72mm

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Excellent Design and so much Easier to Use than Others The design and look of the lens cap is so much better than the one that came with me Canon SX40. I got some larger filters for my camera and needed a lens cap. After many searches, I decided on this one and the center squeeze function of this one is much easier to use and is very sturdy. Its thicker than the other one, but I don't mind that, personally. The canon branding on it is great as well. At $8, I really don't mind the price since any camera this goes on is going to be much more expensive anyway and this remains one of the cheapest accessories of anyone's kit.Pros: Very easy to put on lens and remove, with no worry of touching lens Sturdy engineering Flawless Canon branding on front The thickness of it adds to qualityCons:None 5Less Likely to Get Knocked Off... The original lens cap for my 24-105mmL lens got knocked off in a dark parking lot on a rainy night, and I couldn't find it anywhere. After 6+ years of owning various DSLR cameras/lenses, this is the first time I've lost a lens cap - misplaced temporarily, but never before permanently lost !I was surprised at the price for genuine Canon replacement lens caps and did some comparison shopping, but was leery of buying a third party cap due to issues with fit and finish. This pinch-on type of cap seems to fit more snugly with a noticeable click when it is properly attached, so it seems less likely to get knocked off if I bump the lens on something. The fit and finish is quite nice, and it fits perfectly on my favorite lens. 5Quality original equipment Cap but a bit over priced A quality OE Canon cap. Well made and looks good. Only down side is the cost. As with other Canon lens caps and shades, the price is higher than I think is honestly fair. If you want genuine Canon caps or shades, however,that's the price you must you must pay. 4Faster and Easier I really didn't pay much attention to lens caps until I jumped into DSLR video. I know many pro shooters are not fond of lens caps, preferring speed of run and shoot but still, I like to keep thousands of dollars of lens protected when not in use.And its a good thing I did, because a few months ago after a long trip, late-night return, I grabbed my camera bag (Tamrac 5788 Evolution 8 Photo/Laptop Sling Backpack Bag (Black)) and tossed it to my shoulder anxious to get in the door. For the first time in my life, one of my lens, my favorite (135mm) went crashing to the ground in the dark because a side pouch was not secured.#%@#%(#*@#%! At first glance, all looked okay. Upon further review inside and in the morning, the lens cap took a direct hit and broke. Not a single mark on the lens - pure luck of the fall.Which led me to this quick, center pinch replacement. Totally converted now and have replaced all my caps to center-pinch Canon caps.For one, with the video, I shoot with a teleprompter glass/hood. Reaching into the hood to grab the old caps (sometimes it sits here for days, so I cap them) - a pain to find and release. Pinch-caps, no problem.Also, shooting with lens hoods (stills/videos) and now a large matte box (videos) is it SO much easier to reach into the center and pinch/pull.All other things being equal, I have to say - I think these center-pinch caps even look better, they look more rugged (although probably not) and they look more serious.Whatever your reason or your need, you won't be disappointed in these genuine Canon caps. 5Glad I lost my "squeeze" lens cap I greatly prefer the newer Canon Mk 2 Lens caps - the "Pinch" is a substantial upgrade from the older "squeeze" type caps. It is a simple product with an obvious use and it does the job well - protecting your front element. The upgrade is that it is easier to use than its predecessor with the added ability to place and remove the cap with a lens hood in place. I'm now thinking about "losing" my lens caps for my remaining lenses so I can upgrade to these for all of them. 5Lens Cap Mark II Your photos will get 100% better by buying these Canon authentic lens caps. You just can't do without.On a more serious note... these protect the most valuable asset in your camera bag. Your glass!Do you have to have them? No.Can you do without? Yes.Are you more likely to put your lens caps back on your lenses when you're done? Probably Not. (old habits die hard).Are these overpriced? What Canon product isn't? (and don't say the thrifty fifty)FYI: These are thicker than the previous lens caps. At least double in thickness. Something to factor when thinking of camera bag logistics.New lens cap thickness: .42 inches total, about 0.3 inches when attachedPurchased a new lens and once I experienced how much nicer these were, I splurged and bought some for my other lenses. All in all, my lenses look much more luxurious now :)Now if only I could figure out what to do with my old lens caps... 5Great product Originally bought this lens cap for a 70-200mm lens. It fit the lens perfectly; however, it was a very tight fit putting the lens into it's case. My 24-70mm lens did not have a lens cap and it took the same diameter as the 70-200mm. So, I ordered a side pinch cap (which is thinner) for the 70-200mm and used this one on the 24-70mm. Worked out perfectly. Would definitely recommend purchasing a side pinch cap for 70-200mm lens if you want to put the lens into the case that usually comes with it. 5pricier than generics but better Cap is a cap, but this canon cap is definitely better than generics I've tried. Those caps do not grip as securely and somehow the outward expansion is weaker against the thread if you know what I mean. It's pricey for a bit of plastic with springs in it but I paid it! 4Just like the original. Fits just like the original.Why did I have to buy a lens cap? My camera was recovered after being stolen and the only item missing was the lens cap.Why did I get the OEM replacement? I use a HUFA lens cap holder on the camera strap when I use the camera. It keeps the cap secure, clean and in easy reach. I didn't want to get a new cap style, which would have meant some new means of securing the cap while camera was in use. 5Lens cap deluxe! I've used non-OEM center pinch caps (e.g., Marumi) for years because they are easier to install and remove than the side pinch caps Canon sold for decades. Plus, center pinch caps are easier to use with hoods. So I was glad Canon saw the light and I bought a couple of these logo emblazon caps. And, yes, they are better than the old OEM caps and work great. However, the Canon pinch mechanism is a little stiff and fussy to attach at first, but loosens up after a couple months. Now I'll have to replace all my old Canon caps... 5
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Excellent Design and so much Easier to Use than Others The design and look of the lens cap is so much better than the one that came with me Canon SX40. I got some larger filters for my camera and needed a lens cap. After many searches, I decided on this one and the center squeeze function of this one is much easier to use and is very sturdy. Its thicker than the other one, but I don't mind that, personally. The canon branding on it is great as well. At $8, I really don't mind the price since any camera this goes on is going to be much more expensive anyway and this remains one of the cheapest accessories of anyone's kit.Pros: Very easy to put on lens and remove, with no worry of touching lens Sturdy engineering Flawless Canon branding on front The thickness of it adds to qualityCons:None 5Less Likely to Get Knocked Off... The original lens cap for my 24-105mmL lens got knocked off in a dark parking lot on a rainy night, and I couldn't find it anywhere. After 6+ years of owning various DSLR cameras/lenses, this is the first time I've lost a lens cap - misplaced temporarily, but never before permanently lost !I was surprised at the price for genuine Canon replacement lens caps and did some comparison shopping, but was leery of buying a third party cap due to issues with fit and finish. This pinch-on type of cap seems to fit more snugly with a noticeable click when it is properly attached, so it seems less likely to get knocked off if I bump the lens on something. The fit and finish is quite nice, and it fits perfectly on my favorite lens. 5Quality original equipment Cap but a bit over priced A quality OE Canon cap. Well made and looks good. Only down side is the cost. As with other Canon lens caps and shades, the price is higher than I think is honestly fair. If you want genuine Canon caps or shades, however,that's the price you must you must pay. 4Faster and Easier I really didn't pay much attention to lens caps until I jumped into DSLR video. I know many pro shooters are not fond of lens caps, preferring speed of run and shoot but still, I like to keep thousands of dollars of lens protected when not in use.And its a good thing I did, because a few months ago after a long trip, late-night return, I grabbed my camera bag (Tamrac 5788 Evolution 8 Photo/Laptop Sling Backpack Bag (Black)) and tossed it to my shoulder anxious to get in the door. For the first time in my life, one of my lens, my favorite (135mm) went crashing to the ground in the dark because a side pouch was not secured.#%@#%(#*@#%! At first glance, all looked okay. Upon further review inside and in the morning, the lens cap took a direct hit and broke. Not a single mark on the lens - pure luck of the fall.Which led me to this quick, center pinch replacement. Totally converted now and have replaced all my caps to center-pinch Canon caps.For one, with the video, I shoot with a teleprompter glass/hood. Reaching into the hood to grab the old caps (sometimes it sits here for days, so I cap them) - a pain to find and release. Pinch-caps, no problem.Also, shooting with lens hoods (stills/videos) and now a large matte box (videos) is it SO much easier to reach into the center and pinch/pull.All other things being equal, I have to say - I think these center-pinch caps even look better, they look more rugged (although probably not) and they look more serious.Whatever your reason or your need, you won't be disappointed in these genuine Canon caps. 5Glad I lost my "squeeze" lens cap I greatly prefer the newer Canon Mk 2 Lens caps - the "Pinch" is a substantial upgrade from the older "squeeze" type caps. It is a simple product with an obvious use and it does the job well - protecting your front element. The upgrade is that it is easier to use than its predecessor with the added ability to place and remove the cap with a lens hood in place. I'm now thinking about "losing" my lens caps for my remaining lenses so I can upgrade to these for all of them. 5Lens Cap Mark II Your photos will get 100% better by buying these Canon authentic lens caps. You just can't do without.On a more serious note... these protect the most valuable asset in your camera bag. Your glass!Do you have to have them? No.Can you do without? Yes.Are you more likely to put your lens caps back on your lenses when you're done? Probably Not. (old habits die hard).Are these overpriced? What Canon product isn't? (and don't say the thrifty fifty)FYI: These are thicker than the previous lens caps. At least double in thickness. Something to factor when thinking of camera bag logistics.New lens cap thickness: .42 inches total, about 0.3 inches when attachedPurchased a new lens and once I experienced how much nicer these were, I splurged and bought some for my other lenses. All in all, my lenses look much more luxurious now :)Now if only I could figure out what to do with my old lens caps... 5Great product Originally bought this lens cap for a 70-200mm lens. It fit the lens perfectly; however, it was a very tight fit putting the lens into it's case. My 24-70mm lens did not have a lens cap and it took the same diameter as the 70-200mm. So, I ordered a side pinch cap (which is thinner) for the 70-200mm and used this one on the 24-70mm. Worked out perfectly. Would definitely recommend purchasing a side pinch cap for 70-200mm lens if you want to put the lens into the case that usually comes with it. 5pricier than generics but better Cap is a cap, but this canon cap is definitely better than generics I've tried. Those caps do not grip as securely and somehow the outward expansion is weaker against the thread if you know what I mean. It's pricey for a bit of plastic with springs in it but I paid it! 4Just like the original. Fits just like the original.Why did I have to buy a lens cap? My camera was recovered after being stolen and the only item missing was the lens cap.Why did I get the OEM replacement? I use a HUFA lens cap holder on the camera strap when I use the camera. It keeps the cap secure, clean and in easy reach. I didn't want to get a new cap style, which would have meant some new means of securing the cap while camera was in use. 5Lens cap deluxe! I've used non-OEM center pinch caps (e.g., Marumi) for years because they are easier to install and remove than the side pinch caps Canon sold for decades. Plus, center pinch caps are easier to use with hoods. So I was glad Canon saw the light and I bought a couple of these logo emblazon caps. And, yes, they are better than the old OEM caps and work great. However, the Canon pinch mechanism is a little stiff and fussy to attach at first, but loosens up after a couple months. Now I'll have to replace all my old Canon caps... 5
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