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OP/TECH USA 1101271 Lens Mount Cap - Fuji X Double
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- Provides increased protection over traditional covers
- Unique O-ring seal locks out dust and moisture
- Available in single (one lens) and double versions (holds two lenses together)
- Made of hard plastic
- Made in the USA
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The Lens Mount Cap from OP/TECH USA is available in sizes to fit today's most popular mirrorless camera lenses as well as D-SLRs. It's sure to be a hit with both amateur and pro photographers. It’s no ordinary cap… the benefits and versatility are sure to please. It’s designed with an O-ring seal which creates a positive contact with the full perimeter of the lens mount area to really lock out dust and moisture. It also offers a tighter friction fit over traditional caps that come with the lens so that it provides better protection to the lens mount area. This ensures that the Lens Mount Cap is securely held in place while in storage or transit.
The Lens Mount Cap is available in single or double versions in several lens models for both D-SLR and Mirrorless cameras. The double version is a huge space saver as it enables the photographer to safely and securely lock two lenses together. Keeping gear protected in a compact fashion really helps the active photographer organize and plan for their next photo adventure.
By using the Double Lens Mount Cap on a single lens, you can change lenses faster than ever! Remove the lens from your camera and immediately apply it to the open end of the double Lens Mount Cap. Then simply remove the other lens and put it on the camera. Less open time means your camera's delicate interior stays cleaner!
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It is cheaply made. It gives me stress during try to change lenses.
Just..my lenses would not properly screw into them. It is so stressful.
Movo Rapid Multi-Lens Changer is more expensive but I should try this brand next time.
That was my impression, at least, when I came across these at a "going out of business" sale at a local camera store. Needing some spare lens caps, and these being the only ones for sale, I decided to take a chance. I must say, immediately after using it my opinion changed and I wish I had stocked up (I've since bought 5 more off Amazon).
These actually come in 2 versions - one is a "single lens" version: OP/TECH USA 1101111 Lens Mount Cap for Canon, rear-mount cap for lenses (Single) and this (double) mount. Both are the same type of caps (and honestly, it looks like the double is just 2 of the single caps super-glued back-to-back.
The first thing about these caps are that they're a somewhat thick rubber.. feels much more secure than the basic plastic mount included with Canon lenses, and much better than the very-cheap feeling Sigma/Tamron lens caps. Note that this "Lens Cap" is for the REAR of the lens (the part that attaches to the camera), not the front lens cap.
Aside from the thick rubber, these have an O-Ring around the outside which will seal your lenses in (I'm assuming it will also weather-seal L-lenses by creating a much tighter lock), but I'm not about to go experimenting with that :)
The benefit of the double-mount is that you can connect 2 lenses back-to-back.. I found this helpful especially with smaller lenses like primes (you can have a 50mm and 85mm back-to-back and just reach for this and be able to pick your lens as needed). If you've got the 2 lenses in a bag, it's much easier to pull out BOTH lenses (if attached) than hunt for the one you want in the bag. It's also very helpful for addons for lenses.. if you have a 70-200mm L lens and a 1.4X converter, this will let you attach both to the same cap rather than digging for each and fumbling around trying to get them all connected. A bit hard to explain, but it works nicely. Same can be done with Macro "Extension Tubes".
Despite seeming "super glued" together, it's VERY strong.. I have no concerns about it falling apart (and I'm usually real paranoid about that stuff). The price is a bit high, but it's the only one of it's kind that I've found, and the quality is definitely there.
Another nice benefit is being able to connect 2 body-caps to it (rather than having them laying in your bag separately.. if you use multiple cameras (like I do) and need to unmount them at the end of the day, pull out the double-mount with the body-caps and just swap them both out for the lenses on the bodies (putting the lenses on the double-mount) and then just throw it in your bag (gently..) and you're ready to go.
If you need a spare body cap, this will do the trick (same will the one linked above) better than the official Canon one. It just has the added benefit of holding 2 lenses together, and for that it does a good job. Pricey, but worth it. I bought 2 of these and 5 of the single-cap ones. Would be nice if they sold them in bulk.
They're a nice rubberized-feeling cap and feel very strong (especially compared to the standard caps on Canon lenses). The only problem is that they're a bit tough to get onto the lens (similar to connecting a lens to a camera, it needs to be lined up in a certain way). Once you get past that, it makes a very solid connection (due to the O-ring inside). While it may seem unnecessary, it definitely feels more protective over the Canon (or Sigma/Tokina/Rokinon caps).
I've bought 5 of these now for my "good" lenses. They're a bit pricey and hard to justify for lenses like the Kit lens. If you're in the market to get new caps (lost them? broke them?) this is a great buy. I had my original caps but wanted an upgrade for a more secure feel and found it worth it (despite the somewhat high price). I can't say if the O-Rings and rubber actually do any good.. I've never had problems with the Canon caps (some 3rd parties are a bit hard to connect the caps, canon's usually go on easily).
EDIT: A complaint after receiving this latest batch - the lenscaps now include a white sticker (seen on product photo) stuck to the inside of the cap. This is a very low-quality (seemingly done on a home-printer) sticker with the brand name and which mount it's for (Nikon, Canon, etc..).
The problem here is that this is where the bottom of your lens site. The obvious solution is to remove this, but the stickers are stuck on so tightly that residue is left throughout the bottom of the cap (where the lens would sit). The only thing I was able to use to remove this was Goo-Gone (and then washing the lens cap thoroughly afterwards). It's a long process that shouldn't be necessary - unfortunately it seems to be the new way of producing this lens cap though.