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Sep 24, 2019 17:30 |  #6526

I have gone through a lot of bags and non have really fit the bill until I purchased this cheap waxed canvas, eBay bag from china bag..

This is not my idea and I'm sure others have done it, but if you look close at the 2 primes stacked you will notice epoxy joining 2 cheap ebay lens butt caps sanded smooth and glued together to keep the lenses from beating each other to death in the bag... Works very well.


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Nice idea!


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Sep 25, 2019 05:34 |  #6528

By-tor wrote in post #18932652 (external link)
I have gone through a lot of bags and non have really fit the bill until I purchased this cheap waxed canvas, eBay bag from china bag..

This is not my idea and I'm sure others have done it, but if you look close at the 2 primes stacked you will notice epoxy joining 2 cheap ebay lens butt caps sanded smooth and glued together to keep the lenses from beating each other to death in the bag... Works very well.


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Im not sure if Leica themselves or a third party made them but they were available years ago. I have done the same myself before but tend to only have one extra lens in my bag so it became redundant, works well though.


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