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I made this for my Nikon lens. You should choose different size of bottle for the size of your lens. Is waterproofable with innertube.
MATERIALS: _2 bottles of the same water (better if with flat bottom); _spongy material; _zipper; _dental floss. TOOLS: _scissors; _safety pin; _needle...
cut the plastic bottles: one a tiny bit longer that your lens, the other 1 cm on top of were it start to become straight. (see photo)
make holes with the safety pin all around the edge of the 2 pieces of bottles. 1/2 cm far apart.
sew on zipper with dental floss (i used it 'couse is really strong), using the holes you made before with safety pin.
cut the spongy material: 2 circles of the circumference of your bottle and one rectangular piece that will fit the side part of your bottle.
place the 2 circles on the bottom of the 2 bottles, and the rectangular piece all around the side. you can glue them to place (mine just hold themselv...
you are done! you can waterproof it if you want: cut an innertube in half and sew it like a ring of the size of your bottle circumference (it should b...
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