I thought it was for those of us with a perpetually hard left nipple to help hide it?That is why they make T-shirts with breast-pockets!
You guys have ten nipples in Hawaii?A jacket too hot for Hawaii anyway. We need a t-shirt with 10 pockets. LOL.
Off-brand lens hoods also.Hmmm, my 7-14 is somewhere in the med off the coast of Africa that wasn't cheap, my 40-150 is at the bottom of a lake, learned the value of off brand replacement caps. I now need to order one for my 12-40 which went into the Okefenokee last week. Some people need more help than others.
I seem to have opened up a can of (thread?)worms, here, but yes, I’m interested!Cant post a picture as iam at work. But i use a plastic clip from a pass holder. I just unclip / reclip the lens caps if i change the lens
If you are interested i could post a photo later
As you can see very easy to take on and offI seem to have opened up a can of (thread?)worms, here, but yes, I’m interested!
I "found" one of these (maybe just 12 pockets or so) from our basement where I had stored it some 3+ years ago which was the last time I had used it.I saw a jacket in a country walking magazine a couple of weeks ago and I think it said it had 23 pockets and was ideal for photographers.
Been there & got the T-shirtMy problem is that I stick it in a pocket, but I'm constantly putting it a different pocket so I have mini heart attacks checking all the wrong ones.
My T-shirts rarely have any pockets, certainly the lens cap one doesn'tThat is why they make T-shirts with breast-pockets!
Being a southerner (& definitely not trendy) I'm not allowed to wear a flat cap.But no lens caps
And while we're on the subject of caps, I have just lost mine.
I don't mean a lens cap; no, a flat cap, as worn on the head by us northern British folk (or trendy Southerners).
This is the best one I've had since a nice Barbour Moleskin one I had blew off on the top of Cadair Idris (mountain In Wales), rolled along like a wheel for 50 yards with me chasing after it, before it tumbled off a cliff and plunged 200 feet below into the lake.
My new one was a fairly trendy Jeff Banks model which fitted me a like a ......cap.
I wore it last week when I was on a photo-shoot with a couple of mates and I know it was still on my head when we finished, because we discussed the best way of taking photos without the peak getting in the way.
All I can say is, thank goodness I didn't have my lens cap velcro'd to it.
OK, so let me get this straight -2 small alligator clips, a short length of bungee cord and a couple of inches of heat shrink makes good hat tethers.
In my basement, you would have also likely found a damn mouse nest in the vest or the backpack. Hate those little buggers! Fortunately we have a cat now for the last few years so the mouse population is pretty low. Although last night I had a lot of fun chasing and catching a flying squirrel in the house. Got lots of "help" from both the cat and the dog.I "found" one of these (maybe just 12 pockets or so) from our basement where I had stored it some 3+ years ago which was the last time I had used it.
Just pierce both ears, get hoop earrings and you can tether to those and skip the alligator clips.2 - Clip one alligator to left ear, bring cord over head and clip second alligator to right ear.