You can't have too many of these! Constructed of padded, Velcro-compatible knit with a non-scratch nylon backing, these squares can be wrapped around lenses, tools, or anything else that will fit inside. Velcro tabs on all four corners let you wrap and stick them in any shape.
It's the perfect way to store a camera, or any transportable electronic for that matter, by simply wrapping them up. It provides a subtle protective layer that will keep dust and debris off the device. I use it to wrap my X Pro 1 when I'm carrying it in my messenger bag. Works great. Quality build. Need about 12 more for my other kits.
Not Adorama's fault...saw ad in NY Times or WSJ and ordered item that was too small...should have ordered the largest size, but it is my fault! Now I have 4 useless items
I was going back and forth between a domke wrap and a cheaper alternative but settled for the Domke since the price difference was only a couple dollars and I knew the domke quality was good since I seen it in a friends kit before. It protects your gear and you can use it for multiple things depending on your demands.
Great wrap and protection for Large Format lenses mounted to lensboards. Durable construction and adequate padding to protect lenses from reasonable rough handling. What can I say? It's Domke. I wouldn't use anything else for my expensive lenses.
I carry most of my equipment in a backpack. Even though there are backpacks especially designed for camera gear, I find that this wrap is excellent in that it does not require a certain slot. Also, you can't beat the protection for expensive gear in severe environments.
Excellent protection when placing lenses, strobes, compact cameras, etc. into a camera bag, back-pack or case WITHOUT using the space hogging, velcro dividers. I've used these for many years on many, many trips and never had a problem. When I remove the velcro dividers on any of my carry-on camera bags I have much more space, plus the padding on the wraps. I don't have to worry about anything being damaged in the airline overhead bins (just so long as you don't drop it to the floor). The larger size is good for SLR bodies.