The Flip Cap Camera Lens Cap Screws Into Your Camera

By: Tia Clarke - Published: Feb 11, 2013 • References: vimeo & gizmodiva
Ever tried to capture a great moment on camera only to realize that your lens was blocking the whole thing? Well the flip cap could solve all of your problem.

The handy device simply screws onto the lens filter threads on the front of the lenses. Once you go to take a picture you just need to press a button on the side of the accessory and the camera lens will move to one side, leaving you free to take a picture in time.

The Flip Cap Camera Lens was recently unveiled at the CP+ trade show in Japan. Once it goes on the market, it will be available in white, black or some pretty girly pattern and interchangeable designs. The standard Flip Cap is expected to retail at around $25 and will come in two sizes: 49mm and 58mm. Stats for Time-Saving Camera Caps Trending: Older & Mild
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