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5 Pcs Altura Photo Lens Cap Keeper Holder + Premium MagicFiber Cleaning Cloth

4.6 out of 5 stars 985 customer reviews
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  • Altura Photo Lens cap keeper holder prevents your lens cap from ever getting lost again!
  • Designed for virtually all lens caps, with or without a hole/loop available. Small button sticks to the front of your lens cap.
  • Elastic band stretches to fit snuggly around the circumference of your lens. Black and white 'target' sticker removable for all black finish.
  • A great accessory for all photographers. Purchase several for all your lens caps!
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Product Description

- New Altura Photo Lens Cap Keeper Holder
- Quantity: 5
- Easy to use: The small adhesive button sticks onto the front of your lens cap. The elastic loop on the other end expands to fit around the barrel of your lens. The lens cap will remain attached, hanging from your lens.
- Lightweight and durable.
- Works with all types of lens caps; center-pinch and snap-on.
- Purchase one for all your lens caps and never lose a cap again!

- Premium MagicFiber® Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
- Ultra gentle! Extremely fine microfiber leaves zero scratches, streaks or marks. Safe for all lenses.
- Features special saw tooth pattern edges. Other sellers' cloths have unfinished edges that will fray easily, the weave becoming undone and threads pulling out easily. Our microfibers are made with premium materials and designed to the highest standard of quality.
- Ideal for cleaning oil and dirt off eyeglasses, iPhone/iPad and other touch screens, binocular lenses, digital SLR and other camera lenses, GPS devices, and other delicate optics.
- Clean without the need of soaps or detergents. Wipe down kids' toys, cribs, stainless steel counters and other areas you want to keep chemical free.
- Great value for your money. Reusable and long lasting. No more paper towel and tissue waste.
- Extremely handy! Keep one in your office, home office, laptop bag, camera bag and car.
- Size: 6 x 7 inches (15cm x 18cm)
- Each microfiber is individually and neatly packed in it's own polyurethane plastic bag for long term safekeeping.


Product Information

Product Dimensions 5 x 5 x 0.6 inches
Item Weight 0.3 ounces
Shipping Weight 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B0058I7CVE
Item model number KC0205
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4.6 out of 5 stars 985 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Lens Accessories > Lens Caps
Date first available at Amazon.com June 18, 2011

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Verified Purchase
I purchased a set of these after I lost my kit lens cap. Though I replaced that cap, I figured I'd take a proactive approach and get some of these to prevent losses of caps in the future. For the money, it's a great value and the piece of mind I get in not having to constantly check my pocket or nearby surfaces has already justified the purchase. (Extra bonus: not having to listen to my husband pick on me for "if your head wasn't screwed on..." jabs. Score!)

So it does what it says on the box. No frills, just a little adhesive disc danging on a cord from an elastic band that goes around the lens. The length from the elastic band is approximately 6 inches down to the end of the disc, so expect 8 or so inches with a lens attached.

These are a little awkward, especially if you remove the lens with the cap on and set it down. It'll cant to the side because the disc is rather thick (posted an image), so be wary of doing this. I'm also particularly wary of accidentally brushing or rubbing the keeper when storing the lens away in my camera bag. While gentle tests have assured me that the disc is affixed securely, I expect given time or a good hard knock will dislodge it. Some care has to be taken.

Also, keep in mind that the band may obscure switches on pancake or small prime lenses. Though it is fairly firm, it sometimes shifts over my auto/manual switch on my 50mm f/1.8 prime. Still, these are, I feel, minor points for keeping track of my caps.

The cloth was a nice, unexpected bonus; more than that, though (other reviewers mentioned this), I was pleasantly surprised to have also received a little note tucked in with contact details from the Digital Goya president.
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By Tyke on October 5, 2015
I also tried one of these and it was defective in no time. Figure I could come up with something better, I was right. Went to walmart and purchased some women's flat design hair scrunchies and some nylon cord. The scrunchies fit perfect around the lens and I could make the cord any size. I just tied a knot on the scrunchies and drilled a small hole in the lens cap, put a knot on the end so it doesn't pull through. I did 3 lenses and have enough for 11 more, all for 5 bucks. Perfect no more losing caps and the lens will stand on end.
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OK so it is 3 for $5, would have definitely rated 4 except for the following. It is a WONDERFUL idea and I am not sure why camera/lens makers don't do this OEM.

(1) Right off the bat, the first lens cap keeper I tried to use snapped immediately. Had to fish out my nose pliers and do a little surgery to insert the elastic back in, then crimp the metal back together. Thankfully it is very cheap tin like material and easy to fix.

(2) The elastic is nice and tight, and works well. But the string that attaches to the lens cap is not long enough. If you have a telephoto lens, and a maybe a hood, then you can't extend it from the middle of the lens, and *around* the hood. You have to put in the lens cap, then the hood. This means you have you remove the hood to get the cap off. If you are in a hurry to grab THAT amazing moment, then good luck.

(I am sorry Mr. Walter @ DigitalGoja, the best way to give feedback is openly, and I would rather not email you directly. Feel free to respond to this review, and we can converse here. I will upload a couple photos later, and maybe you can defend the product, possibly I used it incorrectly).
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These seem to function as designed. I had a 20 year old set of similar keepers and needed a new set for my new camera system after getting sick of searching for lens caps. I had two concerns when buying these that turned out not to be issues. First, my Nikon lens caps don't have any appreciable area of flat real estate. While the adhesive tabs on these keepers do extend slightly beyond the flattest portion of the lens caps, their foam also seems to be soft enough to follow for the concave surface of the lens cap. Second, the picture makes it look like the side of the tab that adheres to the lens cap could have some white surfaces, which might be aesthetically concerning--never fear, the white seen in the picture is just the backing to the adhesive, and the only color you'll see stuck to your lens cap is black.
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The lens keeper works great! I have had it for several weeks now, and have had no problems with the adhesive working. I attached the elastic connection to my camera strap instead of the lens - for my camera, it works much better that way. The cleaning cloth is high quality and a good buy. Overall, very happy with purchase.
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I bought this hoping to use on my nikon lenses. They absolutely fell apart on first usage. Really bad quality.

This is a five pack. I used the first one to connect to my lens cap. The place where the elastic band meets the string (that connects it to the adhesive pad) is very weak. The joint has a plastic sleeve to hold all of it in place. The sleeve, the adhesive everything just completely fell apart during the first use. I was using this during a hike and I almost lost the lens cap in a ravine. I came home and tried another one - SAME STORY AGAIN!!

In addition, the elastic band is too big for my 35mm prime anyway. Overall a very bad product.

NOT RECOMMENDED! Buy anything else but not this.
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