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Canon and Nikon pro lenses get Don Zeck treatment


Any pro photographer knows the OEM hoods for Nikon and Canon telephoto lenses are tricky to use at the best of times, and while they're well made and offer excellent protection for the front element and hood, they aren't really all that useful when you're on the move. Made from engineering plastic and featuring a 'O'-ring seals, the Don Zeck lens cap is meant as a replacement for the original spec and is available for a number of Canon and Nikon telephotos. The price is $54.95 each, regardless of size, and shipping is free for US customers, or just $12.50 for international orders.

Press release:

Canon® and Nikon® Lenses Get a New Level of Protection for the Front Optics with The Don Zeck Lens Cap

Don Zeck Lens Cap welcomes their newest dealer: Photo Craft located in Burke VA. Check out their website www.ephotocraft.com or call them at 703-250-5555.

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Portland, OR (PRWEB) June 15, 2010 -- Photographers cover your glass with a lens cap that has raised the bar for function, design, and simplicity. These sturdy caps have a US Patent and offer the best protection from scratches, dust, rain, and other hazards. Each lens cap is equipped with a collapsible low-profile handle so that the cap can easily be mounted while the hood is in the shooting or stored position. The caps are precision CNC machined from rugged black polypropylene and equipped with "O" rings that will not mark or damage your lens. Nothing touches your lens optics and the thick design will protect against damage to your front element. The product design and quality speak for itself. Please view our detailed photos at our website http://www.donzecklenscap.com.

Don Zeck Lens Cap

Fits the following Canon and Nikon Lenses:
Nikon® / Nikkor® caps are available in the following sizes: 200mm F2.0 VR, 300mm F2.8 VR, 300mm F2.8 AF-S, 400mm F2.8 VR, 400mm F2.8 AF-S, 500mm F4 VF, 500mm F4 AF-S, 600mm F4 VR, 200-400mm F4 VR.

Canon® EOS - EF - USM - IS caps are produced in the following sizes: 200mm F2.0 IS, 300mm F2.8 IS, 400mm F4 DO IS, 400mm F2.8 IS, 500mm F4 IS, 600mm F4 IS, 800mm F5.6 IS. Some Non – Image Stabilized caps are still available.


Don is a Portland inventor and photographer who developed the lens caps in 2006. The “Don Zeck Lens Cap” sells for $54.95 and comes with a 30 day money back guarantee as well as a lifetime warranty for materials and workmanship. We offer FREE domestic shipping. The caps are available at Don’s web site www.donzecklenscap.com.


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