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Default DIY Lens cover

Hello everyone. Just want to share my DIY cover. I don't like to use a camera case but i want something can protect my lens.

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how? share it
CURRENT PROJECT: Nokia X ported to Flare


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Simply cut the Pylox spray cap to fit the camera lens size.
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Big thanks, I've made one myself last week. What a bummer that there aren't any genuine for sale from Samsung. I'd rather buy one. I bought a flipcover for my s4 zoom and a lenscover came with it.

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Does is even attach to the lens? I mean, if you flip the lens to he facing downwards, won't the cap fall off?
 
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Someone asked how, I'm asking why?
By nature of design, there is no exposed lens nor any other protective benefits that I can see from such a mod.

While I don't yet understand, it is quite clever!
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