There is a rule followed by photographers: ‘Always keep the lenscap in the right back pocket’!. The reason is that they keep losing the lenscap every other month!! Clasp, a new lenscap design, tries to solve this problem of misplacing the lenscap for all users. It does so by keeping it attached with the camera whether it’s being used or not. So its ‘Un-misplace-able’.
When the camera is in use the lenscap gets securely attached to the bottom of the camera at the place where a tripod is attached generally, via a screw, just like the tripod. The screw is simply rotated once or twice and the cap is secure.
(note : The ‘Nikon’ engraving on the lenscap is purely for the purposes of making the product realistic and the concept has no relation to the brand whatsoever)
Designer : Hrishikesh Kogje
Additionally it provides a stable base when the camera is kept on a flat surface and does not allow it to tip forward due to the weight of the lens. And most importantly it enables the photographer to take great panoramic shots and opens a world of new camera shooting and clicking angles due to the rotating base (of course it cannot be used when a tripod is attached – but that is still a very tiny percent of DSLR usage).
Tuvie has received Clasp Lenscap Concept project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.