The raincoat, snow jacket, salt spray jacket, and sand jacket all provide protection
Controls of the camera and lens are easily accessible
Using the Cinch Straps, you can adjust the cover length by folding it over itself and keeping it in place
It is not necessary to use a dedicated eyepiece
This product is made in the U.S.
Questions & Answers
What is the best way to use the camera controls (including the zoom ring) without exposing the camera to ?
Although there is supposed to be some overhang of the LensCoat on the back of the camera, if it rains heavily, the camera could be splashed. Zoom rings can be turned externally through the LensCoat (external) or internally by reaching in and turning the zoom ring with your hand via the open back, or through openings along the covering of the barrel (on those with longer barrels). While I have used mine during light to moderate rain in Singapore and Hawaii, it has not been a problem. Getting a refund is easy, so if you don't like it, you can send it back.
Do you have a case for it and how compact is it when folded up?
Because it is made of cloth, it can be rolled up, protecting you from the weather very well. *br>If the weather is bad or it is raining, it works superbly. We would buy from them
The largest setup in my studio consists of a Canon Mark IV and a 70-200mm f/2 is 200f. What are the advantages of getting a medium over a In the 70s How much will I be able to spend?
Although I have a Nikon D810 with a 28-70mm lens, I am not certain how that would work with a Canon setup I bought the Medium Raincoat for $300 and it was perfect. As far as camera size goes, I'm sure yours is similar to mine. I think you can't go wrong with the Medium, as long as you follow the instructions. To my mind, it's better to have a loose fitting shirt than one that is too snug. Here's some information I hope is helpful.
Could you tell me what the weight of this product is without any ?
There is no weight to the product. Packs up very flat thanks to the fabric's softness and flexibility.
Selected User Reviews For LensCoat Raincoat RS Rain Cover Sleeve Protection for Camera and Lens, Medium (Black) LCRSMBK
When your camera and lens need protection, this is a great solution
I used it in both dripping and rainy conditions in the redwoods with a macro lens and a telelens, and I was able to easily focus manually through the bottom opening and manage the camera settings. The battery grip was so easy to use that even changing the battery pack was not an Due to an accident, one of the cord retainers came loose, demonstrating how easy it is to adjust, or even to replace and reattach the cord retainer. Photographing in foul weather requires the use of one of these accessories. Turn it inside out only for drying, as it doesn't keep condensation from forming in the car after it has been returned.
| Oct 08, 2020
It's only a matter of time until you start using a camera cover
When I first saw this product, I was hesitant, fearing it would be too bulky while shooting, but it surprised me. The snow we got here was very slushy, so this cover was very helpful in keeping me dry while I was outdoors. I loved it so much. My camera lens stayed dry, and focusing was not affected because the cover kept it out of the rain. My husband's camera needs another set of filters, so I plan to buy another set. It is a great product!.
| Jun 28, 2021
This rain sleeve is fantastic and I love it
This was purchased to use outside during a wet Fall in order to photograph landscapes. I really like this product, it is a great quality product, worth the price, works well with my equipment, and it was shipped fast. Very impressed with this product!.
| Jul 24, 2020
This rain cover is both easy to use and highly effective
I tested this after a 2-hour period of heavy rain. I used it for a 5 hour sports game and it kept my gear entirely This was a great price for the quality of the product.
| Feb 24, 2021
The rain stays off thanks to this rain gutter, which is easy to install and easy to use
I really can't find fault with it for it works and it is easy to wear. Although I am not sure how it would perform in a downpour, I found it to be fine for splashes only. With a wide angle lens I bought the medium size, which probably was a bit too big, but I was able to cover the back of the camera better.
| Dec 18, 2020
In the end, I went with the cheapest rain cover that I could find
I wanted a simple design and a rain cover that wouldn't tear. What a simple task, huh? Not at all. There are a lot of cheap quality items available for sale here. Plastic bags are just as durable, yet come with velcro and elastic. I'll use a plastic grocery bag rather than $15 for something just as durable. Many tripods have weird sleeves or strange sizes, which make them difficult to use, and few appear to allow you to use the tripod horizontally as well as vertically. The design and construction is really great, but it would probably cost around $20 less if it were built differently. The price for this product is quite high, however I did go ahead and buy it, so I will leave that up to you. figured that I would not get out of the Canadian back country without a working rain cover. It can rain there a lot, and I didn't want to take the risk of getting through it all without one. It was for that purpose that I paid for it. Plastic bags may also be used in place of plastic bags.
| Jun 16, 2021
This is a must-have for lenses and cameras
It is great that LensCoat is bringing out RainCoats. I have five of them. Rain Coats from LensCoat are extremely fast and convenient to attach and feel very It’s possible to get other covers that protect the back of the camera, but they’re too complicated to set up with ease. The RainCoat is always in my camera backpack and I can put it on in a matter of.
| Oct 12, 2020
its job at a reasonable price
I bought this as a (much) cheaper alternative that works well with the computer This project was developed by Crate and Barrel over the course of three and a half years. A telephoto lens with a focal length of 200mm or 300mm. It's a good idea to spray a coat of Scotch Guard water repellent on it before and after every third use so that it is as water-repellent as possible. You can stash it in a pocket of your camera bag or waist pack if you like to always have it with you. It folds up into its own storage pouch and takes up very little space. In my opinion, it is a must-have for any photographer who needs to shoot outdoors in adverse weather conditions.
| Jun 19, 2021