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Canon RF-3 Body Cap for EOS SLR Cameras
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- Canon RF-3 Body Cap for EOS SLR Cameras
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But it works, so that's good. I lost the one that came with my camera, so I replaced it by buying this. And it works just fine and dandy.
Purpose: protect the cameras insides (sensor, mirror) while no lens is attached. If dust/debris get inside, they just cause all sorts of trouble.
This is a pretty basic piece, but an essential one. It's much more important then lens caps, but can easily be misplaced -- if you're like most, your camera almost always has a lens attached to it. Because of that, you can easily misplace the body cap - that's where this comes in. There really aren't many "do it yourself" remedies to the problem, and fortunately canon chose to keep the price very affordable (I paid 5 bucks for mine on Amazon).
There are many alternatives available, and I'm sure they work just as good.. but if you're trying to protect your 700..900...1200..1500...5000 dollar DSLR, spend the extra buck on a CANON cap over a generic one.
Quality is very sturdy/strong - very little chances of breaking it (chances are higher that you'll misplace it).
I still have all my bodycaps but bought this as a "backup" to throw in my bag in case I ever need it.
You can also attach it to the lens' rear-cap for safe keeping.
No complaints at all.......................