Tie Holder for lens cover


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Looking for some string or something to tie the lens cap to the camera body or neck strap.

Anyone can advise what is most suitable and where can get?

Wonder whether the C2100UZ that I bought should have something like that or not.

Also just bought my Lowepro Linx 120 and extremely happy with it.
 

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Originally posted by kaipium
Looking for some string or something to tie the lens cap to the camera body or neck strap.

Anyone can advise what is most suitable and where can get?

Wonder whether the C2100UZ that I bought should have something like that or not.

Also just bought my Lowepro Linx 120 and extremely happy with it.
Me using black elastic hairband used by gals to tie up their hair...courtesy of my Sis....:D

Actually any knida strings or threads can be used, use ur creativity.
 

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I bought one at Alan Photo. If memory serves me correctly, it costs $1.
 

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Originally posted by Jayan


Me using black elastic hairband used by gals to tie up their hair...courtesy of my Sis....:D

Actually any knida strings or threads can be used, use ur creativity.
Got hairband so long one meh?:eek:
 

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At the next SEED u can all go to the Watson near PP to buy 1 pack & share share. :bsmilie:
 

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Originally posted by Jayan


Cheapskate! $0.30 also wanna share! ;(

Watson sell these in packs of 6 u know??
Of cos u dun know!!
Next time muz check b4 u call ppl names u know?? if not kena sue then u will know.:what: :what:
 

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Erm just need to ask, how to tied it to my lens cap? No hole leh....

Originally using Olympus cap, but after fitting with new adaptor, UV filter, I have to use the 37mm cap :(
 

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Originally posted by alba



Watson sell these in packs of 6 u know??
Of cos u dun know!!
Next time muz check b4 u call ppl names u know?? if not kena sue then u will know.:what: :what:
Wah! I must've stepped on sombody's toes.....:eek:

No offense, but as far as I'm concern these can be bought in the mkt or HDB stores as loose pack...what Watson does to these hairbands is Watson's problem.

Sue? Other ppl can't even be bothered abt this kinda minor thing ah.....:D

Relax lah....Alba...no need to get so hot over a $0.30 pc of elastic hairband. Ok???
 

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Originally posted by Blitz
Erm just need to ask, how to tied it to my lens cap? No hole leh....

Originally using Olympus cap, but after fitting with new adaptor, UV filter, I have to use the 37mm cap :(
Oh I see, Blitz.

Then there's no way of tying the lens cap to the DC short of drilling a hole.

Either that, or u can source for a 37mm lens cap originally wif a thread hole when u go shopping next time..

If not, just be more carefull not to misplace the lens cap.

Cheers!
 

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Originally posted by Jayan


Wah! I must've stepped on sombody's toes.....:eek:

No offense, but as far as I'm concern these can be bought in the mkt or HDB stores as loose pack...what Watson does to these hairbands is Watson's problem.

Sue? Other ppl can't even be bothered abt this kinda minor thing ah.....:D

Relax lah....Alba...no need to get so hot over a $0.30 pc of elastic hairband. Ok???

Dun worry dun worry, juz 'harng harng' only lah!:bsmilie:
 

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U mean like the one at HWZ/CAL?
Hope it wont happen here!
U means those flame wars in HWZ.....no, not here plz.

The bulk of the forumers here are at least teenagers or young adults who're 15 ~ 35 yrs old (approx 90%, according to the survey, I assume it's accurate)...so I would expect a certain degree of maturity.
 

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Originally posted by Jayan


U means those flame wars in HWZ.....no, not here plz.

The bulk of the forumers here are at least teenagers or young adults who're 15 ~ 35 yrs old (approx 90%, according to the survey, I assume it's accurate)...so I would expect a certain degree of maturity.
Ha Got u!!

The person in question for flaming is an old chap in his 50s!
:eek: :what:

Anyway, this is a nice place to hang around.

Cheers!:D
 

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Originally posted by alba


Ha Got u!!

The person in question for flaming is an old chap in his 50s!
:eek: :what:

Anyway, this is a nice place to hang around.

Cheers!:D
:D 50s where got old!!! Most folks in their 50s r healthy as ever....can be considered middle-age onli.
 

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