Hüfa Lens Cap Holder

March 13, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Accessories | 2 Comments |
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The Hüfa Lens Cap Holder is now available in the UK through JP Distribution. Realising that photographers often run into the problem of not knowing what to do with their lens caps when they are not on the lens, International Camera Accessories have created the Hüfa Lens Cap Clip to keep the cap close to the DSLR camera lens and within reach of the user at all times. Made of durable plastic, the Hüfa Lens Cap Clip fits most camera bags and all types of DSLR neck strap. The UK retail price is £9.99.

JPDistribution Press Release

JP Distribution is pleased to announce the arrival of Hüfa The Original Lens Cap Holder

Camera owners often lose their lens caps or don’t have the pocket to store their lens cap. Hüfa solves this problem by keeping the lens cap close to the DSLR camera lens and user at all times.

The Hüfa holder is the perfect camera accessory for all of your DSLR camera needs. It fits all kinds of size lens caps including Nikon, Canon, Sigma and Tamron lens caps.

Gone are the days of forgetting your lens cap at the beach, on a park bench, at the birthday party or the big game. Keep your lens cap free of dust, sand, dirt and water by securing it safely our of harms way.

Features

  * Holds different sizes lens cap
  * Keeps your lens cap clean and safe
  * Fits all types of DSLR neck straps
  * Fits most camera bags and lens bags
  * Made of durable plastic
  * Never lose a lens cap again!

The Hüfa retails at £9.99 Inc VAT and is available to buy in the UK. For further information please contact JP Distribution on 01782 753300 or email sales@johnsons-photopia.co.uk.



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#1 Antony Shepherd

I don't know about anyone else but I put my lens cap in my pocket when I'm not using it!

10:15 am - Wednesday, March 14, 2012

#2 Hank

And then you make sure you clean all the pocket lint off of the cap before you put it back on the lens... Right?

4:18 pm - Wednesday, March 14, 2012