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Various lens caps @ Jessops 38p instore, Were £3.99
Various lens caps @ Jessops 38p instore, Were £3.99

Various lens caps @ Jessops 38p instore, Were £3.99

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Ideal extra caps to protect your valuable lense's, Many sizes availabe and seems to be a fair amount of stock,

Sizes include:

49mm
52mm
55mm
58mm
62mm
67mm
72mm
77mm

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and being a jessops deal good luck finding stock
i have tried not much around

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You have to ask who would have actually spent four quid on a lens cover.

Are they the screw-on ones?

And The Xl Phototbooks Are Back In Stock

tornadolphin;7411209

You have to ask who would have actually spent four quid on a lens cover.



Better to spend a few quid on a cover rather than risk scratching a lens worth many hundreds I'd have thought!

MDC;7410773

and being a jessops deal good luck finding stocki have tried not much … and being a jessops deal good luck finding stocki have tried not much around



Worth a try though, I managed to pick up a skylight filter for £1.40, not bad at all for something that normally costs £14 so the deals ARE out there and at least you can search on-line.

BOFH_UK;7411979

Worth a try though, I managed to pick up a skylight filter for £1.40, not … Worth a try though, I managed to pick up a skylight filter for £1.40, not bad at all for something that normally costs £14 so the deals ARE out there and at least you can search on-line.



I hope you are one of the few out there still shooting film, not much use for a skylight filter otherwise hence the price

well for £1.440 you cant really go wrong

now whats the odds that was the one i was going to get from colchester

timbotones24794;7411359

Are they the screw-on ones?



Plenty in stock in Southport. Picked one up to replace a lost cover and a spare for another lens. These are the clip-on type, not screw-on covers.

kiwikeen;7412077

I hope you are one of the few out there still shooting film, not much use … I hope you are one of the few out there still shooting film, not much use for a skylight filter otherwise hence the price



Most people who shoot digital are happy with a skylight simply to protect their glass. If you are that bothered, minor tweaks to White Balance can always been achieved as part of raw processing or even JPEG processing with Lightroom or equivalent.

These aren't screw in ones, they're clip on.

Does anyone have one at all?

I'm hoping these don't have a piece of plastic running across the back of them, a bit like proper canon ones. I'm looking to cut shapes in the middle of them for bokeh techniques:

First picture to show what I mean before someone posts 'Bokeh techniques?'

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Edit, can't find any 77mm ones anyway!

No, I mean none available for collection

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