Lego For Your Lens CapDPMag Published in Blog
Lose your lens cap? If you're chronically uncovered or if you have a hard time keeping track of your lens caps, consider trying this fun fix courtesy of the DIY Photography blog. You can use Lego pieces to affix your lens cap to your camera strap, tripod leg or just about anything else. Sure, it may not be as practical as using industrial strength hook and loop fasteners for the job, but it's a whole lot more fun. And on the plus side you get to sport a colorful bit of Lego on the front of your lens—when it's capped, that is.
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