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My [almost] two year old Tekiac Stealthcover’s tripod mounts popped out - yes, both of them. And the plastic started cracking around the tripod mounts, to boot.

Thinking it’s time to update it anyway I went to LFI (where I first got it from) but lo and behold, it’s not there anymore.

A quick visit to the Tekiac website and wouldn’t ya know it, it’s no longer in production.

Does anyone have a suggestion for an alternative? Really only need it to do the three things the Stealthcover did well:

  1. Have a grip
  2. Cover the logo
  3. Have a tripod mount

Bonus points if it comes in black 🤟


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