Sensei Clip-On Cap Keeper

Sensei Clip-On Cap Keeper

Sensei Clip-On Cap Keeper

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Product Highlights

  • Prevents Loss of Lens Caps
  • Easily Clips to Camera or Bag Strap
  • Spring Clamp Holds Cap Firmly
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The Clip-On Cap Keeper from Sensei keeps your lens caps safe, clean and close at hand, helping to prevent their loss while shooting. The Clip-On Cap Keeper clips to a camera strap or backpack or camera bag strap and provides a spring clamp to hold your lens cap firmly in place. It fits on any unpadded strap, up to 2.25" (5.7 cm) wide. It works with any flat lens cap and easily opens and closes with one hand. As an added convenience, the clip also features an extra hook to keep the cap tethered to the clip, in case your cap comes with a cord. The clip is a lightweight, unobtrusive and very practical way to keep lens caps handy and prevent their loss.

UPC: 847628569126
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    Sensei CK-CO specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 4.0 x 0.1"

    Sensei CK-CO reviews

    Clip-On Cap Keeper is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 125.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not Perfect This product is great in theory. The problem is that I need a clip that I can use one handed. This isn't that clip. If you're a casual photographer and just need something to keep your lens cap in sight while you take a few photos then this is the product for you. If you're a wedding photographer and need to quickly get the lens cap off and not misplace it, your pocket does a better job. I hated fumbling around with this. It fit my strap perfectly but I bought it so I would break my habit of misplacing and breaking my lens caps. There are better models out there that offer the one handed convenience I was looking for.
    Date published: 2015-05-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Keeps it safe but takes two hands I have this clipped to the strap of my Samsung NX2000 (the slim one that came with the white version of the camera) but it could easily fit on a much wider strap, so thin or wide shouldn't be a problem for attaching this. It also stays firmly in place and I don't worry about it coming unclipped from the strap. I also don't worry about losing the cap it holds, even when I bump or move it - the grip is pretty secure and the clamps aren't too large to grasp my smaller thread pinch lens caps (43mm thread, which was a concern when I ordered it). My reason for giving this 4 instead of 5 stars is that it takes two hands to clip the lens cap into (or out of!) this Keeper, which can be annoying when you want to get a quick shot from camera-around-the-neck to got-that-fleeting-moment-on-disc. My other complaint about it is that with it attached to a slim camera strap, as the strap twists around, so does the Keeper, causing it to stick up in different directions and generally be a nuisance. That said, if you have a strap that is wider and generally doesn't twist around while using the camera, this shouldn't be a concern for you.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lens cap loser This clips onto your camera bag strap or camera strap to hold your camera lens. It is good for when you take your lens off and want to keep it handy while you are shooting for a brief time. I have bumped it and off my lens cap went.
    Date published: 2014-08-05
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Functions OK, but big & bulky I needed something that would keep my lens cap close at hand. I bought one of these as an alternative if my other choice didn't work out. Glad I only bought one. It sits in my camera bag, unused. It functions as advertised, but it's big & bulky and always seemed to be in the way on my camera strap. It can be attached just about anywhere, so maybe it's best on my camera bag, but then that defeats the purpose of having the lens cap always near the camera. It also doesn't prevent me from accidentally dropping my lens cap, since this clip just holds the cap after you've removed it from your lens. I needed something with a string so a cap would never be able to hit the ground. My other solution was the: Sensei CAP KEEPER PLUS/LENS CAP HOLDER f/LENS B&H# SECKLP : Mfr# CKLP. I liked this solution MUCH better and they were a lot cheaper. I now have one on every lens I own.
    Date published: 2016-07-14
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Save your money Cap fell out after first use... maybe I got one with a weak spring.
    Date published: 2016-05-02
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not sure I'll keep this I'm sure it will work fine but it's bulky. I have another flat one and, while it used to fall off my strap, that problem was easily fixed with gaffer's tape. I think I'll look for others like my old one.
    Date published: 2015-07-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very handy accessory! We all know how it is when touring - you put the lens cap in one of your pockets or camera bag with your other travel stuff, and have to hunt for it when needed. That's where this Cap Keeper shines. I use this on the neck strap of whatever DSLR I'm taking on travel. (I have another cap holder but it is just for a specific size cap.) The Sensei product by its inherent design handles a variety of cap sizes. It also attaches to the camera or shoulder bag strap without the strap being unthreaded. Construction seems solid. You're better off getting one or more of these, than replacing lens caps.
    Date published: 2015-12-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sensible Lens caps - where do you put them? I use either my left pocket or a never-used dog treat bag on my belt. Still they get dirty and cause the lens to get dusty. This clip seems to do the trick. It is NOT a glorified clothes pin. It is cleverly designed with opposing studs that engage center pinch lens caps very securely. So far I've used one on a camera bag and a neck strap. The installation on camera bag is less intrusive when shooting. This is a very useful gadget. Only four stars? Early days, yet. There must be a failure mode even though I haven't yet encountered it.
    Date published: 2014-12-15
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