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Schneider #300 57mm Push-On Lens Cap

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Schneider #300 57mm Push-On Lens Cap

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The B+W Push-On Lens Cap #300 model is their 'standard' unit, and has a slightly convex front surface to prevent the inside of the cap from touching the glass of your lens when it is tucked away in a bag.  The sides are their 'standard' depth, to fit on normal lens barrels or standard-style filters, and this particular unit has a 57mm inner diameter.

B+W also makes a 'shallow' sides model, the #305 model, to fit on slim filters, and a more common snap-on cap.

It isn't an exact science due to all the variables involved, but generally a push-on cap that is 2-3mm larger than the lens' filter size fits just right.

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B+W#300 57mm Push-On Lens Cap
 
4.2

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        5.0

        Use to protect large format lens

        By Luigi

        from Monterey, CA

        About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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        Pros

        • Consistent Output
        • Durable
        • Easily Interchangeable
        • Lightweight

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            Comments about B+W #300 57mm Push-On Lens Cap:

            Use this product on large format lens of about 55mm. The convex cover keeps the cap from touching the lens surface.

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            5.0

            Great price, pefect fit

            By SteveC

            from Parkesburg, PA

            About Me Photography Student

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            • Durable

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                Comments about B+W #300 57mm Push-On Lens Cap:

                This was purchased for an old Minolta camera so that my daughter could take it to photography class. The cap fit like a glove, and the price and ordering process from B&H was a breeze.

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                5.0

                Simple & excellent value

                By cj

                from Edmonton, AB, Canada

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

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                      Comments about B+W #300 57mm Push-On Lens Cap:

                      Fits snugly over my 55mm Minolta lenses with Hoya filters. No tabs to press. Stays firmly in place yet pops off easily when you want it to.

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                      5.0

                      bought as replacement

                      By ta2edphotogrl[@]

                      from Milan, IL

                      About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

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                      • Easy To Use
                      • Reliable

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                        • Everyday use

                        Comments about B+W #300 57mm Push-On Lens Cap:

                        i have the olympus sp-800uz.. and had lost my original lens cap.i measured across the lens/ and encloser where the lense reverts back inside the camera... and took a risk on ordering thisi had great estimation, and it fits nice and snug.... now i dont have to worry bout any damage to my lense... plus it was a great value..where as another olympus would of cost me $15 [...]

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                        1.0

                        Size Is Everything

                        By Henry Boneset

                        from Bay City, Michigan

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                        Comments about B+W #300 57mm Push-On Lens Cap:

                        After ordering three different sizes as advised by B&H staff, the only thing good about the cap was the ease of returning it. Sizes were grosely incorrect everytime.

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                        4.0

                        Add a millimeter or two to the size

                        By R. Lai

                        from Melrose Park, IL

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                        Comments about B+W #300 57mm Push-On Lens Cap:

                        These are well made caps, but of thick material with little ridges inside. Thus, it is hard to know what size to order. My Leitz IUFOO hood for the 90/135mm lenses has a 57mm outside diameter. I ordered 57mm size which was too small.

                        The alternative Kalt caps require the exact size. I ordered the Kalt 58mm cap next and it's too big. I managed to make it fit by putting in some adhesive flocking paper inside the rim.

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