Telephoto Lens Cap for Canon & Nikon Camera Lenses

Don Zeck Lens Cap Demo

Canon® L Series Telephoto Lens Cap and Nikon® VR Telephoto Lens Cap

20 Ratings 
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U.S. Patent 7,682,091 

Weighing just a few ounces 
our telephoto lens caps significantly
reduce travel weight and
will last as long as your lens!

 

Our telephoto lens caps are
C.N.C. Machined by 
Metro Precision Machining 
in Tualatin, Oregon

 

Contact Information
Don and Phyllis Zeck
8405 NW Ogden St.  
Portland, OR  97231

(503) 286-3925 Home  
(503) 841-0233 Cell
donzeck@comcast.net
travelingbears@comcast.net
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Superior Design

The best telephoto lens cap for your Canon and Nikon camera lenses that will protect from scratches, dust, and rain. Contact us in Portland, OR. Finally a light weight practical and effective lens cap to protect your front element from scratches, dust, rain, and other hazards.  Many high end telephoto lenses from Canon and Nikon come equipped with only a “sock” to cover the lens and lens hood.  Our caps can be used with or without the factory hood.

These lens caps are precision machined from rugged black polypropylene.  They are C.N.C. Machined in the U.S.A. by Metro Precision Machining in Tualatin, Oregon.  The “O” rings will not mark or damage your lens.  Nothing touches your lens optics and the thick design will protect against damage to your front element. 

Our patented design features a handle to facilitate mounting or removing the lens cap while the lens hood is in the shooting position.  The handle allows a firm grip on the cap so that it can be easily installed.  Our lens cap is held in place with six “O” rings that create a perfect fit.  The handle will compress to about 3/16th of an inch for easy storage while your lens is in it’s case.

The cap can be mounted on the lens while the hood is in the shooting position or in the stored position.

 
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