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Apr 29, 2007 15:16 |  #1
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anyone know where i can pick up an...18-55 lense cap for my kit? =) :lol: i was shooting paintball this umm weekend and umm yep i misplaced it somewhere?? =)




  
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Apr 29, 2007 15:22 |  #2

I don't know where you will find a lense cap ;) , but the lens cap for the EF-S 18-55 is the E58U (external link). The link is for one at B&H.


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Apr 29, 2007 16:04 as a reply to  @ SkipD's post |  #3

Check your pockets...:D. That's where mine alway end up. It's a 58mm cap, any 58mm lens cap should work.


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Apr 29, 2007 16:21 |  #4

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Apr 29, 2007 16:43 |  #5

Any 58mm lens cap would fit. you can get replacement caps from any supplier pretty easily - check out amazon, also ebay sellers etc. they don't cost much, you'll pay more for postage.


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Apr 29, 2007 17:57 |  #6

Go to Wal-mart.


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Apr 29, 2007 19:44 |  #7

Most camera shops carry lens caps. You local one may carry ones by Canon or a generic one.


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Apr 29, 2007 21:40 |  #8

Any good camera store will carry both generic and Canon brands.

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Apr 29, 2007 21:42 |  #9

I got a lot over extras sittin' around that I took from Ritz. Not like stole, they have them in a box in the back. Not sure why i have them though.


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Apr 29, 2007 22:05 |  #10
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Apr 29, 2007 23:56 |  #11

_aravena wrote in post #3125953 (external link)
I got a lot over extras sittin' around that I took from Ritz. Not like stole, they have them in a box in the back. Not sure why i have them though.

Why not mail one over to Merp?


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Apr 30, 2007 00:00 |  #12

Cause oddly enough, no 58mm. 49, 55, 52, and a...small one for a video camera i believe. Not sure where the others are but i know no 58.


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Apr 30, 2007 01:01 as a reply to  @ _aravena's post |  #13

Paintballe, you say! A lost lens cap will be the leaste of your problems when your camerae takes a direct hit.

I have a spare 55 mm lens cap (without an e). With a bit of duct tape, I think that it would work perfectly for you. No sense investing money in another lens cap.


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Apr 30, 2007 01:11 |  #14

he could be using a filter to protect his lens, ya never know.


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Apr 30, 2007 01:14 |  #15

deadpass wrote in post #3126736 (external link)
he could be using a filter to protect his lens, ya never know.

How about the rest of the camera?:(


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