lens cap


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Noun1.lens cap - cap used to keep lens free of dust when not in uselens cap - cap used to keep lens free of dust when not in use
cap - something serving as a cover or protection
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Wikipedia says: "Because the process was slow he was able to uncover the lens, run into the shot for a minute or more, and then replace the lens cap.
But despite there being so many fixed speed cameras, just over half are in use, with 79 cameras not operating - equating to 47% of cameras with a lens cap on.
But despite there being so many fixed speed cameras, just over half are currently in use, with 79 cameras currently not operating - equating to 47% of cameras with a lens cap on.
Even the simple task of removing the lens cap was considered an issue for the user, so now that there are four lenses in the system, we designed iSTAR not to have any lens caps at all.
Ideal for applications in range-finding, optical time-domain reflectometers (OTDRs), and high-sensitivity line receivers, the LAPD 1550-30R is housed in a hermetically-sealed 3-pin, TO46 package with a lens cap.
But when he got back and took his roll of film down to the chemist to be developed he was bitterly disappointed to discover that he hadn't taken the lens cap off once and didn't have a single photo from the trip.
IT has been said in the past that Liverpool council's capable cabinet member for employment and skills, Nick Small, can hear a camera lens cap being removed from 100 yards away.
Leaving the lens cap on the camera throughout the 30-plus day production.
traditional lens cap and offers enhanced protection and quicker functionality
Once, when she was riding an elephant in India, she dropped the lens cap to her camera.
But NASA photo analysts said the 'disc' that is seen 'moving' on the surface is in fact a lens cap, and the 'scorpion' seen by Ksanfomaliti is in fact 'noise' in a second-hand picture, which is not present in the original image, the Daily Mail reported.
He pulled over so I could get a picture, but I still had the lens cap on my camera.