FORSTER UK Mamiya Press Rear Lens Cap Shallow & Deep

  • £6.99

FORSTER UK Mamiya Press Rear Lens Cap Shallow & Deep

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Design by Simon Forster Photographic

Rear lens caps designed for both types of Mamiya Press lenses (Shallow & Deep)

For the 50mm f/6.3 lens, please choose the "Deep" option, all other lenses require the shall cap

The Shallow caps will be fine with all the lenses except the 50mm as long as they set focus is set so the rear section of the lens is retracted

If I were to make the caps deeper, then the shipping charges increase significantly

The extra cost of the Deep cap is mainly due to a higher shipping cost

Available in a range of colours including #She Hearts Film Purple

She Hearts Film is an Analogue Wonderland initiative that aims to put a spotlight on female film photographers through the hashtag #Sheheartsfilm. Simon Forster Photographic and Analogue Wonderland have collaborated to create some special She Hearts Film lens caps. The lens caps are available in the signature She Hearts Film purple, helping to spread the mission of the project through colourful photography accessories. For every #SheHeartsFilm lens cap sold, £1 will be donated to Hundred Heroines, a UK based charity dedicated to promoting women in photography


Hundred Heroines

If in doubt as to whether this lens cap is correct for you, please ask and I will help you

3D Printed lens cap made from PLA (plant based and recyclable)

Twists and locks into place as a lens cap would be mounted

The lenses shown in the photos are not included...

The design of the lens cap is subject to change

I have designed each lens cap to fit snugly and protect the rear of your precious lens

3D Printing allows for the production of low volume uncommon lens & body caps and I have designed them with a consistent design philosophy and in some cases, the caps exceed the robustness and engineering standards of the original caps.

The nature of 3D printing means that each item is unique and the finish is less consistent compared to an original moulded lens cap