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OP/TECH USA 9001132 Rainsleeve - Original, 2-Pack (Clear)
|Price:||$6.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Compact design fits easily in a bag or pocket.
- Designed for handheld use or tripod application.
- Unique eyepiece opening adapts to most viewfinders for viewing through the lens - not plastic!
- Drawstring lens opening offers easy access and a snug fit.
- RAINSLEEVE fits Lenses up to 18" L X 7" Diameter (45.7cm L X 17.8cm Diameter).
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|Included Components||Two Rainsleeves (18"/45.7cm) Per Package|
|Item Dimensions||4 x 1.25 x 1.25 inches|
|Item Display Weight||47 grams|
|Item Weight||0.11 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.13 pounds|
Available in several sizes, the Rainsleeve Series is sure to become a part of your essential gear when traveling or shooting in the field. Conveniently offered in a 2-pack, it’s the economical way to make sure camera gear is protected in any kind of inclement weather.
The Rainsleeve is available in four sizes:
- Small 8-Inch: Ideal for cameras with shorter lenses. It will fit any camera/lens configuration up to 4 1/2" (11,4 cm) in diameter and up to 8" (20,3 cm) long.
- Flash 14-Inch: 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; all camera, lens and flash controls are easily seen and operated through the Rainsleeve - Flash. It fits any camera/lens configuration up to 7" (17,8 cm) in diameter and up to 14" (35,6 cm) long.
- Original 18-Inch: Original fits any camera/lens configuration up to 7" (17,8 cm) in diameter and up to 18" (45,7 cm) long.
- Mega 25-Inch: Mega is the perfect protection for the nature or sports photographer using a really large lens. It fits any camera/lens configuration up to 8" (20,3 cm) in diameter and up to 25" (63,5 cm) long.
Top Customer Reviews
If you do a lot of shooting in questionable weather and can justify the $200 cost, the Aquatech is obviously a better solution. But for $6, the Op/Tech sleeves are hard to beat in a pinch, particularly for casual photographers.
The sleeves are large enough to cover most all but the largest of the pro telephoto lenses. It fits my D300 with battery pack and 70-200 2.8 with room to spare. The sleeve has a hole in the rear - just remove your eyepiece cover, stretch the hole over the eyepiece, and replace the cover to hold it in place. The sleeve has a drawstring closure in front that holds very securely to the lens hood. The plastic is transparent and thin enough to allow operation of all the controls right through the sleeve (vs, sliding your hands up inside). It's a very usable solution, although it does make adjusting the zoom a bit more difficult. But again, this is intended to be more of an emergency or occasional rain solution.
I've spent endless hours shooting football games in the rain and the protection provided is excellent. As long as you don't poke a hole in it, your equipment will stay dry. I'm able to reuse them multiple times.
Pros: Very low cost, stores anywhere, excellent protection, low tech ease of use, able to see all of the camera's controls, works with tripods and monopods.Read more ›
Small and compact, folded up tiny and shoved it in my backpack, acted as extra padding for my lenses. :)
It worked great with the Canon 40d and Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS lens.
It worked good with the 40d and Canon 17-40mm f/4.0L.
I gave up trying with my 40d and Canon 50mm f/1.8.
Well, its raining today off and on and I'm going anyway, so I opened the packaging and pulled one of the two out. It's kind of like a plastic bag shaped to go over your camera and lens. I slipped off my eye piece protector and pulled the bag over my Canon 135mm F/2 L lens and placed the opening around the eye piece and slipped the protector on then pulled the cord tight around the lens end. It's got a nice little slip cord release button that makes resizing a breeze.
Bingo, instance emergency weather protection. But I get it on and start using it and right away there are two problems, one the slip cord end over the lens hood keeps slipping back towards the camera, I ended up using some gaphers tape to hold it to the hood. The other problem is you lose the use of your neck strap since it is hanging out the end. You really don't realize how much you use your neck strap until you can't use it. Still I'm out in effiy weather with ominous looking dark clouds and I feel safer then without it. Ok now it's starting to rain and my fingers are really getting wet so I have taken leaving my hand inside the cover on the camera at all times which is easy to do since taking it in and out of the camera bag is a pain anyway and the bag is getting wet. Still I'm out in the rain and taking photos and no problems so far with my 5D Mark II.
Easy on and easy off
Very good price point
You get two with each order!
Keeps your camera and lens dry
Lens end keeps slipping back down barrel of lens
No place or hole for neck strap so you have to carry camera entire time.
Get a pack just in case but don't rely on this as your primary weather protection.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Used these to cover my camera during rain in cold Iceland and it held up well. No complaintsPublished 3 days ago by Sofia
Have not used it yet, but seems fine. It's cheap and I guess could be useful in light rain. It obvioualy does not cover your lens optic and for that reason would not be very... Read morePublished 3 days ago by J. Wolters
bit of an odd fit - used it on a canon 70-200 f/2.8, and had to wrap the cinch around 3 times as it wouldn't close tight otherwise. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Gennady K.
I'm a regular sports shooter in Florida, which is almost guaranteed heavy rain in the late summer and fall afternoons. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Bill Ward
Easy to use. Folds away and strong enough to last. I wound-up using it the second day I received it. Kept my camera dry with no problem.Published 21 days ago by Clearlight
Why buy a nylon DWR coated lens sleeve when you can buy these? The drawback to one of the more hefty wet weather lens sleeves is that you have to keep track of it and store it... Read morePublished 27 days ago by KSGadgetFreak
These work exactly how they needed to and I am impressed. For the money, they saved the $1000+ in equipment that we had. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
Nice affordable splash protection. I keep one of these in each of my camera bags at all times. It gives me a little peace of mind under certain conditions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul Topp
Item is and operates as described. I am pleased with my purchase and the seller.Published 1 month ago by Rob