niceEshop Professional Digital SLR Camera Cover Waterproof Rain Coat
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- Slips quickly over your camera and allows you to keep on shooting
- Access to all camera and lens controls via two side sleeves
- A clear view through the transparent material enables easy monitoring all the time
- Full-width zipper with double pulls provides bottom closure when hand held or on a tripod
- Stiff adjustable lens hood allows easy focussing with any lens
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|Package Height||0.4 x 13.3 x 18 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.4 pounds|
You can work with the LCD Monitor and the Rain Cover
Dimensions: 25.59 x 16.54 in(L x W)
1 x Waterproof Camera Cover
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Top Customer Reviews
I'll admit its pushing the size to the workable limit to fit the Canon 100-400mm lens but I think it's going to work just fine if I am careful at the 400mm end. The nylon cover wants to slip behind the lens shade at full extension but seems like it will still provide protection from the rain.
I MIGHT add a section of sleeve over the lens to give full coverage if needed... I figure a sleeve from a nylon wind breaker with some velcro at the end will do the trick. I'll report back if and when I need to do that.
Inside surface of the nylon has a rubbery coating to make it more waterproof than plain nylon material.
Other worry was about the clear plastic... turns out to be very rubbery and not "crinkly" stiff material. I have to say more like clear shower curtain that can be moved without spliting and turning white at a bend.
All the pull cords are elastic with locking tabs. Only ones that I'm not sure about are the two for the bottom zipper that can be zipped in from each side (like to allow a tripod in the center) the elastic cord is the only zipper pull and stretches pretty far before the zipper "zips" Easy enough to replace with other cord however.
I think this will work just fine but need to use it in the rain to know the bottom line on how waterproof it is. Might need seam sealer now and then like you do to a tent.
I've uploaded some photos where I tried to show more real world view of it and how it fits on a much larger lens than advertised it will fit. I've incuded some measurement notes on the photos also...Read more ›
Update--- About 1.5 years after I bought this, I had to throw it away. I had stored it rolled up (not scrunched) in a pocket in my camera bag. Texas gets hot, and I suppose in-the-car (though not in-direct-sun) heat was too much for the plastic window, which clouded up so badly it could not be seen through. As it turned out, I only used it twice. I do like the design, and before the plastic clouded it worked well, but now it's landfill. My regrets to anyone who bought one based on my review. Keep it cool, I guess.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very thick and too bulky which makes it difficult to get it on the camera but it is waterproofPublished 6 months ago by Donna Duck
I bought this as a gift for my Dad who likes to hike and take pictures. It works well at keeping his camera dry in rainy conditions.Published 8 months ago by William D Watkins
Not bad for the price. Bought as a backup/vacation rain cover...Published 14 months ago by Garrett A. Garms
Overall design is pretty good, but clear plastic on the back perma-fogged in less than a month, rendering this almost useless in a real rain. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Whitehall Rez
Worst product ever! Fogged up after 1 use & I had to cut the plastic section out. Worthless.Published 16 months ago by M. Gallas
I picked this up for a trip to Peru, but it's so unwieldy I didn't end up using it. You're better off just getting a large ziplog bag and cutting open the end opposite the top. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Peru Editor