Just purchased my new EOS R body with 24-105

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  1. Dave Schwabauer

    Dave Schwabauer New Member

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    All my equipment was recently stolen...waiting for insurance company. Then plan to go with EOS R, 24-105 kit...more to follow
    OK...after the theft of my old Canon equipment (Body, 5 lenses and Speedlite) I have received insurance money and have purchased my new EOS R body (scheduled to be here on Monday). Along with the body I got the free EF to EOS RF adapter, and purchased the adapter with control ring.

    Here is my question. I am assuming it is probably not good to just throw the 2 ef to eos rf adapters in the camera bag. Does anyone know of a storage solution for the adapters? I have scoured B&H, Adorama and Amazon, but the closest I come up with is a pouch for a 1.4 teleconverter. Any other ideas?

    Thanks for the tips. Dave
     

  2. Ajay

    Ajay New Member

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    That’s the best you can get. Otherwise buy a small box and store in it
     
  3. johnsey

    johnsey Site Moderator Staff Member Site Supporter

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    Honestly I would put it in a padded pouch of some kind to stop it from getting scratch and banged into inside the bag. If our concerned about the electrical connectors in it I would grab a rear lens cap for it and I would imagine a body cap works on the front.
     
  4. Dave Schwabauer

    Dave Schwabauer New Member

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    All my equipment was recently stolen...waiting for insurance company. Then plan to go with EOS R, 24-105 kit...more to follow
    Thanks to all for your responses. When I wrote, I did not realize that the converters came in their own pouch when you purchase them. Problem solved. Thanks again...more questions to come...
     
  5. Paul Owen

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    Apologies for jumping on this post! I wanted to ask is it okay to leave the adapter always mounted to the body as I only use EF lenses ?
    Thanks
     
  6. Ajay

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    N
    no harm in keeping it attached
     

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