These gorgeous stickers are the most stylish way to label your lenses
If you own a lot of lenses and cameras, labeling them will make your life easier. Canadian company Field Made Co. is on a mission to make it happen, but also make labeling as stylish as possible. They produce stickers for camera bodies and Canon, Sony, Fuji, Nikon, and Sigma rear lens caps, and they’re as sleek as they can be.
There’s a wide variety of stickers to choose from. Canon lens stickers come in both RF and EF, and Nikon ones are available for both F and Z lenses. As for the Sigma lenses, you can choose between five mounts: Canon EF, Sony FE, Nikon FX, and Cine Sony FE and Canon EF lenses. They’re all simplistic in design, but providing essential information about each lens.
There are also stickers for body caps, and they cover some of the most popular mirrorless cameras from Sony, Canon, Nikon, and Fuji. There are two options to choose from: the simple style, similar to the one for lens caps, and the special edition silver foil stickers. For my taste, the latter ones are even prettier. There are even stickers for some adapters and extenders.
All stickers are made from durable scuff-free matt vinyl, so they won’t wear out over time. The company also produces a few really cute enamel pins for photographers. You can also treat someone with Field Made Co’s gift card so they can pick what they want from the website.
You can buy stickers separately for $7.99 CAD ($6.40 USD) a piece, and those special editions ones are $8.99 ($8 USD). You can make your own pack, or just buy a bundle for your lens mount for $29.99 CAD (23.6 USD). The bundles include 20 or more stickers, depending on how many lenses there are with a certain mount. Make sure to visit Field Made Co’s website and explore all the options.
Dunja Djudjic is a multi-talented artist based in Novi Sad, Serbia. With 15 years of experience as a photographer, she specializes in capturing the beauty of nature, travel, and fine art. In addition to her photography, Dunja also expresses her creativity through writing, embroidery, and jewelry making.