Finally there is a way to stack a filter without having to remove the lens cover. The Filter Cap is held in place by the filter of your choice and effectively blocks out dust and moisture.
Finally there is a way to stack a filter without having to remove the lens cover. Filter Cap™ is held in place by the filter of your choice. As it's positioned behind the filter, it enables other filters to be stacked on top without causing any vignetting. Filter Cap™ effectively blocks out dust and moisture. It also provides impact protection to the rim of the filter and lens which is often a common problem amongst avid photographers. This is truly a unique product.
49mm, 52mm, 55mm, 58mm, 62mm and 67mm
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1. Open the Filter Cap™.
2. Set the open ring of the Filter Cap™ against the camera lens in the direction that will enable the lid to close correctly.
3. While holding the Filter Cap™, thread the filter of your choice to your lens. Once your filter is firmly attached, the Filter Cap™ should be held securely between your lens and filter. This will enable you to attach an additional filter without having to remove the Filter Cap™.
Note: the Filter Cap™ lid will usually only close over one filter.
I have used one on my 72mm lens for 3 years. I am so happy with it. If you keep the filter not quite fully tightened, you can rotate it to use to block a stray light stream instead of a hood. I just went to buy one for my new 72mm lens and am very disturbed it is no longer in production any more in the 72mm size. So I took it off of my old 72mm and put it on my new 72mm. The poor soul that buys my old lens will have to use a "cap with a string" !
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Check out our new Fast Cap with Metal Ring that is available in the following sizes: 49mm, 52mm, 55mm, 58mm, 62mm, 67mm and 72mm.
i have been a photographer since 1972. This is a great product. My only disappointment is that the 72 mm seems to be no longer available, and this is a standard Canon lens size!
I have the new Sony Cybershot DSC-HX100V Digital Camera. It has a fixed lens with no threads on the lens to attach a filter. How does your Filter Cap attach to my specific camera?
The Filter Cap only works with cameras that have threads.