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7dayshop Lens Cap - Snap in with Cord - 67mm by 7dayshop
When I bought my Canon camera I decided to retain all the lens caps and would replace them with cheaper versions so that I would have the originals if and when I sell the lens. These caps, after three years use, are as good as new, do not slip off and do the job of protecting the lens. The 7dayshop lens caps are excellent quality and price.
BlueRigger High speed HDMI Cable 2 Meters (2M) - S&hellip by BlueRigger
Having read numerous articles and postings that the cable should not be too expensive to do the job. I went for the highest spec and was not disappointed with the Blue Rigger High speed HDMI. I checked it over when it arrived and was satified that it was well made and the cable was sturdily connected to the plugs. I would recommend this to a friend
Hoya Filter 67 PRO-1 DIGITAL PROTECTOR by CameraKing
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Essential equipment., 25 May 2012
AS a professional photographer, having spent several hundred pounds on a lens it makes sense to protect it. Rather than correcting with a UV or skylight filter, I would rather use a protector filter for this purpose and Hoya' s Pro 1 Digital are among the best. What you want is a high optical clarity that will give protection without altering the lens characteristics that you have paid so much for - a sort of no filter filter. If you can find them at a bargain price, as I managed to do - so much the better.

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