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Kaiser 50mm Push-On Lens Cap

B&H # KALC50 Mfr # 206950
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The Kaiser 50mm Plastic Lens Cap is a push-on style cap. It is designed to fit any camera or enlarger lens, binocular, tele-, micro-, or spotting scope lens. The actual size needed depends on the lens in question. The cap should fit snuggly but not so tight that it is hard to remove.

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Kaiser50mm Push-On Lens Cap
 
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4.0

A Little Pricey for What It Is

By Mark

from Pittsburgh, PA

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      Comments about Kaiser 50mm Push-On Lens Cap:

      I think it's a bit expensive for what amounts to a plastic lid, but in this size, it was worth buying rather than hunting around trying to find one on my own.

      If you're looking for a replacement cap for a Canonet G-III (QL17 or QL19), this is the one you want. It fits perfectly, actually better than the OEM cap from Canon that comes with the camera, which fits kind of loose and could fall off.

      This one is nice and snug.

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      5.0

      fits lens with 48mm filter

      By nocklebeast

      from Santa Cruz, CA

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            Comments about Kaiser 50mm Push-On Lens Cap:

            fits lens with 48mm filter

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