Kaiser 85mm Push-On Lens Cap

BH #KALC85 • MFR #206985
Kaiser
Kaiser 85mm Push-On Lens Cap
Key Features
  • Designed for 85mm Lens
  • Push-On Design
  • Protects Front Element of Lens
  • Spare or Replacement Item
The Kaiser 85mm Push-On Lens Cap is designed to fit any camera, 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.

Kaiser 206985 Overview

The Kaiser 85mm Push-On Lens Cap is designed to fit any camera, 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.

Kaiser 206985 Specs

TypeFront
Size85 mm
Attachment MethodSlip-On
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8 x 4.6 x 1.2"
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Does anyone happen to know whether this Kaiser 85mm Push-On Lens Cap will work well as a lens cap for the Tiffen 82mm variable ND filter?
Asked by: Christopher
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Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-06-13

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Asked by: Mariano
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Date published: 2021-10-03

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Will this replace the ZEISS Objective Cap for 85mm Victory DiaScope Spotting Scope?
Asked by: David G
I measured the inside dimension, inside the lip. It was 4 1/4 inches across. So if the outside diameter dimension of your scope is 4 1/4 inches it should fit on perfectly.
Answered by: Andy
Date published: 2021-05-19

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Asked by: jason
The other answers here are spot on. It feels almost like it has the toughness of nylon and just enough flex. As soon as I put it on my Tiffen variable ND filter I felt a sense of security about run and gunning leaving the filter attached to the lens.
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Anyone test these on SLR Magic Microprime Cine's?

Anyone test these on SLR Magic Microprime Cine's?
Asked by: Jeremiah
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Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2021-04-27

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Anyone willing to take a guess as to whether this would stay on a Canon fd 300mm f4, which originally came with an 84mm push-on metal cap? Thanks in advance.
Asked by: Thomas
I had bought one to be used on my Canon EF16-35 f/2.8L II USM Lens with 82mm filter size. It fits quiet well on this lens although sometime it falls off inside my camera bag. I think it may not fit with any lens with filter size greater than 82mm.
Answered by: NAI C.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

what is the inside diameter?
Asked by: Anonymous
It will be a few thousandth of an inch under 85 mm. That provides slip on at low effort with grip strength from the resilience of the plastic material snug on the outside of the lens barrel. Dimension based on outer diameter of barrel not filter thread size.
Answered by: George L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

will this lens cap fit my 85mm 1.8 canon lens?
Asked by: Jannicke K.
No. You need to get a push-on lens cap that's about 3mm larger than your lens. So for instance, an 82mm size filter on a lens needs an 85mm push-on lens cap. A 77mm filter size on a lens needs a 80mm lens cap. So your lens takes a 58mm filter, thus, the push-on lens cap that you need is about a 61-ish size.
Answered by: REBECCA L.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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