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Canon pro 1, i lend my camera to my cousin, she lost the front cover lens cap, im particular about the original cap.

any suggestion where i could buy 1, tried my conon dealer they are all out of stock for this type.

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Http://www.bitssite.com/canon-powershot-pro-1/2827/rear-lens-cap/accessory.html
That should be the cap your looking for if not let me know. Please take a moment to rate my solution fixya if it helps.
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