Per an email sent to Chase Freedom credit card holders, Chase will be adding/updating Purchase Protection and Extended Warranty to its credit cards starting November 1st in 2013. Please note there might be different type of Chase Freedom credit cards and benefit levels, so make sure you have received an email or other type of communication from Chase that your specific credit card is eligible for these new/updated benefits.
The Purchase Protection offers protection of up to 120 days from purchase time from damage, theft, involuntary or accidental parting. There is a limit of $500 per claim and a $50,000 account maximum. Extended Warranty adds an extra year of warranty for items that come with an original warranty of three years or less. So if you buy a lens with a 5-year manufacturer warranty, it would not qualify for this. There is a limit of $10,000 per claim and a $50,000 account maximum. Also offered is Return Protection (within 90 days of purchase) and Price Protection (within 90 days of purchase).
As usual, there are plenty of restrictions and conditions and caveats and limits and exclusions with these type of offers. Chase has a webpage where you can read or download the PDF file. I wish they expanded on "Items that mysteriously disappear" :)