How to Stop Lens Creep for Free Using a Rubber Band

“Lens creep” is that really annoying thing in which your lens slips and zooms itself out of position. It happens on all sorts of zoom lenses that have an externally moving part rather than an internal one. In this quick 2-minute tip by Dr Jake, an ordinary rubber band is the answer to all of your lens creep woes.

By positioning it around the two parts of the lens that turn when you zoom, the strength of the elastic band will provide enough resistance to hold it in place. Just remember not to put it on the focus ring, or you could have issues with your autofocusing.

Oh, and if you’re the type of person who likes to pay money for commercial solutions to things instead of going the do-it-yourself route, there’s actually a product called the LensBand that’s designed just for you…

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