maybe u can explain to us what are the advantages of doing the wrap?
what is its advantage over gaffering, for e.g.?
are there any other things in the market doing similar function and how dothey compare?
by knowing this, we could give u a better answer as to how much we are willing to pay.
I hear cotton wool works quite well, and it's cheaper too.
And if you're on a budget there's always polystyrene.
A lot of people forget to protect the front of their lens and end up with broken glass. Make sure you get lots of padding there too, and when you're applying your padding make sure you wind the material anti-clockwise from the middle outwards towards the filter thread.
I guess CF doesn't really offer much more impact protection, otherwise they would have used it on laptops, which seems like a logical product to implement.
Usually laptop manufacturers would rather use magnesium or alu instead of CF says quite a bit already.
I have being using it for more than 2 years for Car, bicycle, camera , lens and handphone instead of gaffer tape, which fade and wear out easily . This material is very hard wearing and lasting can almost apply and forget. Even items with the material on after 2 years, it is easily removed without residue...... highly recomended.
With a pair of scissor and a hair dryer, it is relatively easy to apply, do a yourtube search you will find a few videos on it. If you are not handy then perhaps approach those 3M certified applicators on the above link and check if they do it for camera!