Delkin Canon EOS Rebel T3I 600D Snug-It Pro Protective Skin
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Unique Protection
- A hard plastic cover protects the LCD against damage
- Snug-it Pro skins are perfectly molded around the lens mount to provide the maximum amount of coverage while still allowing for quick lens changes
- Silicone covers as much of the camera as possible, including the hot shoe
- The powder-infused silicone provides a smooth rather than tacky feel and won't collect lint or debris
Customers also shopped for
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
|Item Dimensions||8 x 4 x 8 inches|
|Item Weight||0.3 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.4 pounds|
Snug-It Pro cameras skin provide complete protection for digital SLR cameras. Heavy duty for heavy use, they are custom molded for a glove-like fit. All buttons, dials, sensors and compartments are carefully molded over and around for a completely functio
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
First off, let's start with the fit of the snug it skin. I gave it a 4 out of 5. It could be a tiny bit tighter. READ: TINY. It fits pretty darn well, just not perfect. I probably won't notice this after a week of use anyways.
The material quality is top notch. I bet my camera will likely break or wear out long before I'd ever have to replace this skin. The silicone feels great in hand and not sticky at all. Dirt and hair clean off easily. I have average size hands, and it does not make the camera feel too bulky. It does add a slight bit of thickness to it. Beware if you have a small camera case. Mine is certainly a tighter fit with the skin now. The skin also makes the camera feel more solid and durable. *bonus: It also comes with two perfectly sized screen protectors for your LCD.
*A side note about the button visability. It is all pressed in the silicone in black. This has ups and downs. The downside is that it is hard to see at night. The big upside though is that there is no color to wear off after use (which typically happens pretty quick on silicone products) and the symbol icons are permanantly pressed into the skin. I.e.they should be readable for a very long time. Also, the icons perfectly match what is on the camera underneath, which is great!
*This skin does not cover the bottom of the camera (to be able to attach battery grip, tripod, ect). *It also does not cover the flash, lens, or the flip out LCD (It's not really possible since they are moving parts).
*The ports are uncovered for easy access.
*The hot shoe, lens attachment point, and every button, ARE ALL COVERED (except the mode dial).
*This skin was not designed to make your camera weather resistant. It'll be fine if it's sprinkling, but don't expect to be able to hang out in a downpour.
*If you have a battery grip you WILL have to alter this skin. It took me about 20 minutes with a really sharp knife and a cutting board, but now it fits perfect!
The overall product functionality is A+. This thing works exactly like I want it to and like it was designed to. There is no hinderince or issues when pressing ANY button. Even the shutter button still works great. You lose the slightest bit of sensitivity on the shutter button, but I still have ZERO issues doing a half press to zoom, then a full press to snap the shot. Unless you have gorilla hands or uncontrolable spasms, you shouldn't have an issue with the shutter button either.
Final conclusion: You likely just spent $800+ on a T3i, an extra $40 to help protect that investment is certainly worth it.
My biggest gripe is the looseness of the whole thing. Most corners and the entire body shift a bit while holding it. It does not render it unusable but nowhere near a "snug fit." I liken it to the annoying Iphone skin that loosens after time and becomes really annoying (ie otterbox). Feels and looks cheesy (IMO).
That being said, it is better than no protection at all; and with no other real options out there, this is your only choice. I shoot mainly outside and use a hip clip for my camera, so it is never in a bag unless its raining. It will save the body from minor scrapes and bangs but i would not rely on it for significant falls or water of any kind. All buttons work well without interference of any kind. Lenses go on and off without issue.
I think a price of more like $15 is reasonable given the feel and texture.
Most recent customer reviews
Shipment delayed severely despite paying for the fastest delivery option available
I was in a cave by the Ocean...Read more