What to do with your lens cap when you remove it?
The average camera owner looses 3-5 camera lens caps per year. Hufa solves this problem by keeping the lens cap close to the SLR Camera Lens and user at all times.
The Hufa Holder is the perfect camera accessory for all of you SLR Camera needs. It fits all kinds of SLR lens cap including Nikon Lens, Canon Lens, Sigma Lens and Tamaron Lens caps.
It can connect to all types of SLR Neck Straps, including the Black Rapid straps, as well as fits most camera bags and lens bags. Have more than one Camera Lens? No problem! The Hufa Holder can be stacked along the camera strap or camera bag creating a place for each camera lens cap you own.
Gone are the days of forgetting your lens cap at the beach, on a park bench, at the birthday party or the big game. Keep your lens cap free of dust, sand, dirt, and water by securing it safely out of harm's way. Keeps your lens cap out of your dog's mouth, out from under car tires, and out of the sand box.
Hufa was first introduced to the photography community at PMA 2010 - the premier photography exposition and trade fair for retailers and new products. There was great excitement from retail and commercial representatives from all corners of the world.
The Hufa® holder was created by photographers in the US, inspired by Iceland, and assembled, of course, in China.
Reviewed by 4 customers
Simple, Rugged, Perfect. Nuff said.
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Good idea but it needs to be more secure to the strap. I took my camera out my bag in the car then came back to discover the clip on the ground. Clips needs to be stiffer and to allow the clip to stay on the strap. Looks like I will come up with a solution to using it with some safety backup.
The idea to have a clip on your gear to stow the lens cap is great. Sadly the implementation failed in this case. The clip seems to function well when installed on a strap, only to find out that any slight touch or friction against your clothing or gear will either pop the cap out, or dislodge the whole clip off the strap. The prongs that are supposed to hold the clip are way to flexible to provide a secure hold. I finally picked my lens cap off the ground, put it in my pocket and tossed the clip into a nearby garbage bin.