To be a photographer is to lose lens caps. They slide under stacks of paper and get kicked across floors. But armed with a shampoo bottle, an X-acto knife, and this guide, you can make your lens caps stay put. The simple system involves attaching a plastic hook to your camera strap and an elastic hoop to your lens cap. Then, instead of being tossed aside or slid thoughtlessly into a pocket, the lens cap stays hooked onto your rig, easily accessed, at all times.
Losing a camera lens cap is no fun; not only are you temporarily without protection for your lens, but they're surprisingly expensive to replace. This DIY cap holder will keep your cap close at hand.Some camera lens caps have a tiny... Read Post
Like the inventor of the lens cap-holder, I too have lost two lens caps in the past. While you can pick a replacement up for next to nothing on eBay, this Kickstarter project is a better idea. [Kickstarter via Petapixel] More » Read Post