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CamDesign Universal Lens Cap Anti-losing Holder Clip Buckle (Black) + CamDesign Wristband Lens Focus Ring (Aqua)
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- Fits all endless variety of lens caps
- Secure camera strap through buckle loop on underside. To avoid lens cap slipping out of holder clip buckle, be sure to use the lens cap special snap on clipping feature
- Slip on the strap without having to remove the strap
- Streamlined round shape of entire upper surface without harsh edges, eliminates risk of scratching
- Extraordinarily useful and conveniently accessed device
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CamDesign Black Universal Lens Cap Anti-losing Holder Clip Buckle
Perfect for any lens cap . Avoids sticker residue on the lens cap. Avoid losing your lens cap. Dimensions: 1.5 x 2.3 inch. Weight: 0.7 oz.
CamDesign Wristband Lens Focus Ring
Immediate-access wrist-carried soft silicone circlet band to place around your lens' focusing ring to stop your zoom lens from slipping as it is carried. Keeps it stationary and in place rather than tending to "creep," a common problem. Fashionable Teal Wristband. One size fits all lenses. Designed exclusively for serious photographers like yourself. This soft wristband is an exact replica of your lens' focusing ring.
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I tested these on two different camera straps, an Ape Case neoprene strap 1.5 inches wide and quite thick and cushiony, and an OEM Canon half-inch wide, thin clothe strap. The Ape Case strap has trim sewn on both edges of the neoprene so it may be thicker than a typical neoprene strap which is just a strip of neoprene with no edge treatment.
The Sensei clip seems the most secure and well-made. It is also the most complicated and expensive. It required some adjustment to get it to clip over the Ape Case strap. I had to be sure the strap was dead center in the Sensei strap clip. If you have a neoprene camera strap wider than 2 inches or so, it might nor clip over it, especially if, like mine, it has bulky edge stripping. However, once clipped on the Sensei was very secure. It was also secure on the smaller strap. I particularly like the springloaded clip for holding the lens caps. It is easier to insert a lens cap then the other models – which rely on friction and downward pressure from the clip, not pressure from a spring. The Sensei clip jaws open very wide and, top and bottom jaws include a ridge of plastic which seems to act like teeth and provide positive grip on the cap when the “teeth” are fully-inside the cap.
Unlike the Sensei, the Hufa and the CamDesign models rely on weaving the strap through some slots, similar to affixing some belt buckles. The Hufa is smaller, and would not fit over the larger strap at all. Both worked acceptably over the smaller strap, although the CamDesign was a little loose. The CamDesign model fit over the bigger strap but the elements of the attachment system were a little separated due to the thickness of the strap. I fear this could lead to the clip snagging on clothing. This would possibly not be an issue on a more simply constructed neoprene strap
Because of the design of the Hufa clip, it had a fairly encouraging grip on lens caps of all thicknesses. It exerts more downward pressure than the CamDesign. Honestly, I am probably not going to use the CamDesign model. The grip on the lens cap was just too loose in comparison to the others.
I believe the Sensei is only available in black, while the others come in some cool colors. That is nice as I don’t mind being visible, and the colors might make you remember the clip. The CamDesign model also includes a wide rubber band which is supposed to prevent your longer telephoto lenses from drooping down to full-extension when hanging from your camera strap. Neat idea. Not really sure how that will work and I have yet to try it.
If you have a smaller strap and care about colors and/or price, I recommend the Hufa. The Sensei is the better choice for thicker, wider straps. If function is your primary concern, not price or color, my guess is the Sensei is easiest to use because the jaws open very wide and easily. All the models require you to grasp the clip with one hand and insert the lens cap with the other, but I suspect the Sensei will be easier to use with cold hands or while wearing gloves.
All three work, but I have reservations about the CamDesign. All three could wear out or loosen over time, particularly the two similar, all-plastic clips which rely on their plastic bodies not getting stretched out over time. Will cold or hot weather have an impact on their performance? How about some moisture making the clip surfaces slippery? I don’t think environmental factors will have as big an impact on the Sensei design.
Good luck! Happy shooting!
It does a pretty good job retaining the couple of lens caps I've tried, but, if the clip won't stay on the strap, it doesn't matter if the lenscap stays on the clip, right?
-works with any diameter lens cap
-provides enough tension on the lens cap to retain it while you move.
-needs to be used with a neckstrap of nearly exactly 1.75" in width. Too wide and it won't work. Too thin and it slips free with no effort.
-plastic is pretty thin. I expected a stronger material for the price. If this were $2, then the quality would be fine.
-clip will rub on your lens cap, introducing scratches and ruining logos. Don't use this with any particularly hard-to-replace caps.
The idea is good, but the implementation is lacking. There might be a similar product from a different manufacturer that works better.
The device attaches to the camera strap, and has a stiff plastic tab that does a pretty good job of grabbing the lens cap. The problem for me is that I can't position it anywhere on the camera strap that isn't uncomfortable. I don't think it's any kind of a manufacturing problem. It does what it's supposed to do. I just plain don't like it. At least on the camera strap.
I'm going to try some other places, like on an accessory band on my camera bag, or maybe on my belt. It grabs the lens cap well, so that part isn't a problem.
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On the rare occasion it did stay on it held the lens cap well, hence 2 stars.