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OP/TECH USA Rainsleeve - Flash 14-Inch (2-Pack)


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  • Designed for handheld use or tripod application
  • Unique eyepiece opening adapts to most viewfinders for viewing through the lens - not plastic!
  • Camera and lens controls are easily visible and operable through the RAINSLEEVE
  • The RAINSLEEVE - FLASH version has an extra area to protect the flash unit
  • Drawstring lens opening offers easy access and a snug fit
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OP/TECH USA Rainsleeve - Flash 14-Inch (2-Pack) + OP/TECH USA Rainsleeve - 18-Inch (2-Pack) + Professional Rain Cover Camera Protector for Large DSLR Cameras (CANON REBEL EOS T5i T4i T3i T3 T2i T1i SL1 XT XTi 70D 60D 7D 6D 5D Mark III, NIKON D7100 D7000 D5300 D5200 D5100 D5000 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 D90 D80) + MagicFiber Microfiber Lens Cleaning Cloth
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002TI71HQ
  • Item model number: 9001142
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

The Rainsleeve - Flash offers the same great features as the original Rainsleeve yet can accommodate a camera shoe-mounted flash (up to approx. 7" tall x 5" wide x 4" deep). It effectively shields a camera, lens and flash unit from the elements and fits easily in the pocket or camera bag. It also features a unique eyepiece opening that adapts to most camera viewfinders, allowing composition of shots through the camera’s lens, not through the plastic. All camera, lens and flash controls are easily seen and operated through the Rainsleeve - Flash. The drawstring enclosure will fit any lens up to seven inches (17,8 cm) in diameter and up to 14 inches (35,6 cm) long.

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Customer Reviews

Kept the camera dry and we got some amazing photos.
Jack
They're easy to get on and off of the camera, and easy to move in and out of for quick shooting.
Amazon Customer
I would recommend them and buy them again if I needed them.
DonnaMac

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Roy Ang on September 7, 2010
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I already own the Kata rain rig, the AquaTech rain rig, the ThankTank Hydrophobia etc.
But I keep one of these in every holster bag, vest, back pack I own. Good thing too.

Took a small gripped SLR with an AIO Tammy 18-270 and Tammy 10-24 on a day outing at the waterfalls along the Columbia Gorge. At Latourelle falls I noticed you could hike up to near where the water plunges down into the pool. Total soaking experience but worth the shots. And you could shoot from in behind the falls upward and outward towards the stream.

Whipped out the rainsleeve-flash and fired off the shots. Came back to the car looking like the aftermath of a shower-soap commercial.

Rainsleeve did the job. The rig was bone dry. I looked like a drowned rat.
This works and is beefy enough to snap it into a Bogen QR mount without ripping.

-rang
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Chris on February 10, 2010
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This product is great and does a super job for something so simple. Being a sports photographer, I don't need bulk to work with. They are so affordable, it's no big deal if I have to replace it. So far I haven't had to do that but I am a very sold customer of OpTech Rainsleeve!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 2, 2011
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Is this product really just a fancy plastic bag? Maybe.
Is this product really cheap? Absolutely!
Does this product do exactly what it's designed to do? More than likely

I recently had an engagement shoot to do in an area of the south that tends to get a bit rainy in March. Fearing that thousands of dollars worth of camera equipment might be at risk of getting a bit damp, I needed to find a quick (and preferably cheap) way to keep it dry in the event that Mother Nature decided to bless us with some precipitation. I ordered these Rainsleeves (actually a set of 2) and had them shipped to the shoot location, ready for me when I got there, in case we got rain!

Well....we got snow.

Thankfully, it was the right move to order these sleeves, and my equipment managed to stay dry. My setup when using these sleeves was similar to the photo in the item description. I shot a Canon 7D with a 70-200mm f2.8 IS mkii and the rainsleeves had no problems accommodating the length of the lens. The sleeve stayed wrapped tight on both the lens and the body, and no moisture penetrated its defenses and got to my camera.

The best part about these bags? They're completely re-usable. Since the engagement shoot, I've used the bags to shoot lacrosse games in the rain and baseball in the snow! They're easy to get on and off of the camera, and easy to move in and out of for quick shooting.

I would definitely recommend that every photographer keep a pack of these in their bag, because you never know when bad weather is going to hit, and it's just nice to have the piece of mind that these grant when you know you've got a set in your bag.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By chrisg on July 28, 2011
I recently used this during a thunderstorm that left many streets of Denver deluged. After reading other reviews, I had some doubts as to whether it would work on my very short Canon EF 24mm f2.8 lens on a Canon 5D. That particular lens is only about 3 inches long. However, the cover worked a treat! Putting it on was a matter of a few seconds, and it never came off or let any water on to the lens, despite heavy rain fall.

Unlike what other reviewers stated, it is also perfectly reusable. You just need to be a bit careful when inserting your viewfinder into the cutout on the camera cover. The plastic which this cover is made from is high quality with just the right thickness. It's thin enough to permit operation of your camera, e.g. by pressing buttons on the top or rear, or turning the focus or zoom rings on your lens. However, it's thick enough to permit reuse and avoid damage.

If you need to photograph in rain, sleet, snowfall, on the beach or in dusty conditions, this cover is what you want.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Perdu on May 15, 2012
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A little clumsy to use and you can't quite pass it over your camera setup without removing the flash and inserting it first in the sleeve, but it does the job reasonably well without unforeseen issues.
The great feature is that there is a small hole at the back through which you can pass your viewfinder and reattach the eyepiece on the other side, essentially giving you a very good access to your viewfinder without compromising too much the "rain tightness".
I used with and without the flash, in which case you have a weird looking sorta-condom hanging on the side but -hey- who cares?

The pack comes with two units inside.
This is not astronaut equipment, but for the price it certainly belongs to my backpack.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By H. Hatje on October 18, 2010
When you're going to be using your expensive camera in a potentially rainy environment, this rather inexpensive investment is the smartest one you can make.

I was doing a shoot in Chicago last year and I figured it would be rainy quite often there in the fall when I would be there. Sure enough, I needed it almost EVERY day while I was there.

While other tourists had to use umbrellas to shield their Digital Rebels, my Canon 30D was nice and dry in my rainsleeve. I need not remind you that Chicago is known for something else besides rain... WIND. Their umbrellas didn't do much protecting, but my rainsleeve had no problems dealing with the wind. Camera shake was almost eliminated, because the umbrella was not there to act as a sail. I simply had to keep the front of my lens dry periodically, but the camera and lens (200mm) stayed dry inside.

The Rainsleeve has a nice little eye-piece-hole, which, after removing the eye-piece, you snap over and replace the eye-piece once more. The front is tied with a draw-string tight around the front of the zoom lens, so as to provide protection while the barrel extends during zooming.

My only tip would be to bring a big lens-hood, because you'll be drying off the front of your lens frequently otherwise. :) Other than that, I've not seen any water-related issues on my camera.

Rainsleeve saved the day... and my camera. Get it to protect your investment.
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