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Three tips to never lose your lens caps again

Lens caps are probably the thing I used to lose the most often, until I quit bothering replacing them. If I have none to lose, then I can’t lose them, problem solved. Sometimes, though, having lens caps saves a lot of hassle. Lenses that I use often are regularly cleaned. But, for lenses that end up sitting on [...] The post Three tips to never lose your lens caps again appeared first on DIY Photography.
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