General Brand 77mm Filter Stack Cap

General Brand 77mm Filter Stack Cap

General Brand 77mm Filter Stack Cap

B&H # GBSC77 MFR # FA927
General Brand 77mm Filter Stack Cap

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  • Metal Construction
  • Easy to Use
  • Extends the Life of the Filter
  • Protects From Dust & Dirt
  • Organizes Filters for Rapid Access
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A 77mm Metal Filter Stack Cap protects filters from dust and scratches while they are not being used. Simply screw your filters together, then screw these stack caps on the top and bottom. They're great for keeping dust, grime and fingerprints off the glass surfaces. Another benefit is that they keep all your filters organized in one place so you'll have access to them whenever you need them.

UPC: 009219142105
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Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.6 x 4.4 x 0.7"
77mm Filter Stack Cap is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 54.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Filter Protection An easy and quick to use filter organizer. You screw multiple filters together in order of use or priority. It becomes a self contained cylinder that keeps out dust and prevents scratches on the filter glass. I prefer this system over a filter pouch or wallet that is still soft, bulky and can allow dust to reach the filters. I carry a circular polarizer, NC, ND2, ND4. When using film filters like infrared, green, orange, 81A, 80A, etc. I carry over a half dozen in a very convenient stack. I love my filter stackers. Thanks B&H. One word of caution. Do not over tighten the filters or you will have to use a filter wrench to loosen them.
Date published: 2011-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great for storage and as a lens cap i bought two of these, one for storage and one to protect my lens and i definitely like their sturdiness. it's a very space-efficient way to store filters and i feel more secure throwing my lens in and out of the bag with a metal cap on. occasionally i have some difficulty putting the cap on my lens; i can't be sure if it's due to the threads on the cap or the protective filter i'm using on the lens. it's also not quick to remove as a plastic cap can be, but i can be sure it won't come off in the bag either, which is a huge advantage over many plastic lens caps.
Date published: 2011-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'll be buying more of these if required I absolutely love this product. If you have several filters of the same size (a lot of my lenses are 77mm) then I would recommend you buy a set of these if not for carrying then definitely for storage or long haul transport (long drive, air travel). It would require a very serious impact to damage this item with only a couple filters in place and I suspect it'd still take a pretty good impact to cause any damage to damage the filters if several are stacked. The one I received was made by Bower if you're interested in a manufacturer and they are made of metal (not plastic). A light traveller may think twice before packing several of these along with them as their weight could add up.
Date published: 2009-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great secure storage for screw-on filter I purchased 4 of these in different sizes (viz. 77, 72, 67, and 62 mm) to store various types of filters (polarizers, graduated density, etc.) for each of the sizes of lens that I use. They are much sturdier, more compact and easier to pack in my bag or pocket than the plastic cases in which filters arrive from the manufacturer. I also find it easier to extract and handle a filter for mounting than when the filter is surrounded with foam in the manufacturer-supplied cases. Not a bad price to pay for the security that these Stack Caps provide.
Date published: 2012-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Must have for ultimate protection I am ordering more of these, after a near disaster with my filters while hiking. They by far give the ultimate protection for the costly filters. It is easy to put as many screw in filters as you want, but for ease of use, I am storing two filters per Stack. That way I don't have to worry so much. Storing 4 or more is easy, just harder to fit into a jacket pocket... I am adding labels to these stackers for easier id of what I have stored... As soon as I get these in, I will discontinue the use of the softer sided holders
Date published: 2012-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Safe Filter Space Saver I prefer using these stack caps instead of cordura filter sleeves or the boxes the filters come in. The sleeves do not offer as much protection and the using the boxes the filters come in takes up too much space, is ungainly and just time consuming, fishing through a clutter of filters. My 77mm filters are pricey, so I use a pair on each (as opposed to stringing several of my 52mm filters together). Make sure that you are not getting them for thin profile filters (like the Singh-Rays)-- this product will not work as those filters are threaded only on one side). Best way to carry filters so far.
Date published: 2011-08-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Why I use filter stackers I have always used filter stackers as a compact way to travel with several filters. Years ago I was reminded that if you drop your stack, you will break several filters at once. Well, in 30 years I haven't dropped one yet. Only 4 stars given because the manufacturing is not quite the quality that is evident in superior filters such as those made by Nikon or B+W. Don't screw Them together too tight or you will need your filter wrenches or rubber band to get them apart. And as usual, if you are traveling, these tools will not always be handy when you need them. Keep a light touch.
Date published: 2010-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from OK so far I bought these end caps to solve a problem with the B+W E1 Filter Pouch (B&H # BWFP77): Every time I went to use a filter it was clouded over with a greasy film that I presume comes from the filter pouch. Presumably the filter stack end caps will stop this from happening. All I can say is that the filters have not clouded over after one week.
Date published: 2015-05-10
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