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Nikon Snap On Camera Lens Caps

Nikon is a world leader in cameras and photographic equipment. The brand is renowned for the precision technologies used as well as their innovative designs that involve the latest optoelectronics, making Nikon cameras one of the most popular camera brands available. As well as creating cameras, Nikon also produce photography accessories such as Nikon snap on camera lens caps.

Benefits of Nikon snap on lens caps

Nikon lens caps are important to protect expensive camera equipment. As with any device, cameras are susceptible to damage through knocks, scrapes and drops. Lenses are expensive and in order to protect your lens glass from being scratched, chipped or deteriorating through dirt and grime, a lens cap is a wise investment that offers great protection benefits.

A snap on lens cap will protect your lens when it is not in use which helps to protect the fragile lens glass from damage as well as smears and smudges from oil on your fingers and general dirt and grime in the atmosphere. With a lens cap, you can save yourself the task of constantly cleaning your lens glass, as well as saving yourself a small fortune by protecting expensive lenses from accidental damage.

Snap on lenses work by fitting inside the circle of the camera lens and get their name from the 'snapping' sound created when inserting the lens cap. Snap on lens caps are popular with photographers who use lens filters as the cap is the same size as the filter. It is important to carefully measure the size of Nikon lens cap that you need to ensure a correct, secure and comfortable fit.

Types of Nikon lens caps

Nikon produce two types of lens cap - rear lens caps and front lens caps . Front lens caps are more popular as people commonly want to protect the protruding lens while it is on the camera. Rear lens caps are useful for protecting interchangeable lenses as these protect the lens side which attaches to the camera when the lenses are not in use.

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