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The White Balance Lens Cap

Is that cool or what?

  • Perfect white balance in any situation.
  • Replaces your existing lens cap - nothing extra to carry!
  • Includes neutral and warm white balance domes
  • Made from high quality custom-molded plastic
  • Works with all SLR camera brands
  • Available in 52, 55, 58, 62, 67, 72 and 77mm

Via Photojojo

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  • JKindt

    This has been done before. ExpoDisc had a lens cap version. Didn’t work as well as the newer ExpoDiscs, which I must add work very well. I wouldn’t want to be without it in mixed lighting situations.

  • http://nikonrumors.com/ [NR] admin

    it has been a slow weekend…

  • Chevypower

    NR, the D800 is just around the corner, I know it!

    • Nikon Guru

      yeah, and the D945xs too. Medium Format. On the shelves by March 20/21st.

    • Pablov

      hum? how is that?

  • B3

    It has been a slow weekend, hasn’t it! No worries admin, I’m glad to see you’re still putting something up, it keeps me checking back everyday, and there’s almost always something to look at.

  • Jeroenw

    I wonder if these are as insanely expensive as those expodisc things are.

    • Bibz

      The web site has them for 45$-65$ depending on size

  • Simonetta

    The orange colored ring on cap clashes with the red Nikon swoosh on camera – I don’t like.

  • Charlie

    I am sure some food container will produce the same results and not cost $45-$65 !
    Now that is a good rumour!!

    • mark

      I’ve heard caps from pringles chips work. Don’t know how true that is though.

    • Digitalux

      Nutella (chocolate paste) caps :-)

  • http://www.ryanhollowayphotography.com Ryan Holloway

    Looks like a Alpha product :-p

    Ryan

    http://www.ryanhollowayphotography.com

  • Niloy

    Just white tissue paper works brilliantly for me. I point it to the light source.

  • Pablov

    when having no light metering device, I used to have (film ages…) a square piece of grey hard paper (non reflective) for difficult light metering situations; I put the paper on the place I wanted to meter and set the exposure accordingly (that grey tone was around the perfect exposure value, but needed to be very well placed, that needed care when direct sunlight..)

    In order to achieve good white balance we could use a white surface wich is partially transparent and set the custom WB metering through it.
    Everything that is partially transparent and perfectly white should work for that

  • Carlos Echenique

    I have a review of these lens caps on my blog (see link above). They do a very good job for white balance and protect your lens better than the older ExpoDiscs.

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