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March 10, 2013

One Cap -Two Cap - No Cap

lenscapnikon_250.jpgAre you a paranoid lens-changer?
Silver member Jerry LoSardo (JerryLoSardo), of Maryland, USA, asks a techniques question many members just take for granted. You need to change lenses and may or may not have a fear of stray dust and the elements:

"When you're shooting in the field and need to change lenses on the fly, do you take the time to replace the front and rear lens caps on the removed lens? Or do you simply stow the naked lens in your bag or in your pocket in the interest of saving time?"

Have you established an effective routine? Tell us how you do it.

Posted by flashdeadline at March 10, 2013 3:43 PM