SKU: GC47-KB-NIKON-BC-F

Kondor Blue Nikon F Cine Cap - Metal Body Cap for Camera Lens Port

Kondor Blue Nikon F Cine Cap - Metal Body Cap for Camera Lens Port

Protect your camera's mount and sensor with this Aluminum Body Cap for Nikon F-Mount Cameras, in space grey, from Kondor Blue. The engraved mounting indicators show you which way to turn the cap while holding it by its edge-gripping ridges. The cap locks into place in the camera's mount, and the anodized finish protects the cap from scratches and scuffs.

Features:

Protects Camera Mount and Sensor

Aluminum-Constructed Cap

Cap Locks into Mount like a Lens

Edge-Gripping Ridges

Engraved Mounting Orientation Indicators

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Kondor Blue Nikon F Cine Cap - Metal Body Cap for Camera Lens Port

Protect your camera's mount and sensor with this Aluminum Body Cap for Nikon F-Mount Cameras, in space grey, from Kondor Blue. The engraved mounting indicators show you which way to turn the cap while holding it by its edge-gripping ridges. The cap locks into place in the camera's mount, and the anodized finish protects the cap from scratches and scuffs.

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