Manfrotto E-702 PL Elements Cover (Black)

BH #MAPLE702 • MFR #MB PL-E-702
Key Features
  • Covers DSLR with 70-200mm Lens
  • Waterproof Protection for Cameras/Lenses
  • RipStop Nylon / Clear Panels for Viewing
  • Easy Slip-On / Drawstring Closure
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The black E-702 PL Elements Cover from Manfrotto is a useful accessory to anyone who shoots in marginal weather. This lightweight, waterproof RipStop cover provides total protection for your DSLR with 70-200mm lens. It's easy to use and can be deployed rapidly when the weather suddenly turns sour.
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Manfrotto E-702 PL Overview

The black E-702 PL Elements Cover from Manfrotto is a useful accessory to anyone who shoots in marginal weather. This lightweight, waterproof RipStop cover provides total protection for your DSLR with 70-200mm lens. It's easy to use and can be deployed rapidly when the weather suddenly turns sour.

The spacious side sleeves give you total access to your setup and the clear TPU panels allow you to see your monitor or LCD display. There's also an adjustable, stiff hood that is designed to fit a wide variety of lenses. A double zipper is used to close the system irrespective of whether you are hand-holding your camera or using it on a tripod.

Fits DSLR with 70-200mm lens
Made from waterproof RipStop and clear TPU panels (thermoplastic polyurethane)
Secured in place by drawstrings
This cover allows you complete access to all functions of the lens
An adjustable stiff hood fits a variety of lens diameters
The full length double zipper provides complete coverage whether you are hand-holding or tripod mounting your camera/lens
UPC: 719821374602

Manfrotto E-702 PL Specs

MaterialNylon
Type of ClosureCinch, Zipper
Tripod MountableYes
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.775 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11 x 10.7 x 3.45"
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Can the stiff hood be taken off?

Can the stiff hood be taken off?
Asked by: Philipp
No, its permanently attached.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-06-16

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Can an external flash bar be added inside the bag?
Asked by: Connie D.
I have not used a flash bar however I do not think one would properly fit inside the rain cover.
Answered by: Marc R.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Will a medium format camera (phase) fit inside?
Asked by: Martin Timothy S.
Yes, the Manfrotto E-702 PL Elements Cover will fit a medium format camera. (phase)
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Will this work with the Canon 24mm TS-E ll ?
Asked by: Anonymous
I have to be very honest. Yes, it works. But, I really prefer my plastic bag. I ended up going back to it because it is so easy to work with. So, for pennies, you can have a wonderful rain cover and I carry 2 or 3 with me at all times.
Answered by: Dolores F.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Will this cover works with tripod ?
Asked by: KHIAM NENG H.
Yes, this will work with a tripod. There is a Velcro closure on the bottom so very easy to use a tripod.
Answered by: JONATHAN T.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Will this standard E-702 PL cover (without the accessory extender) properly protect my 100-400L lens with my 60D body? do the rain drops on the clear plastic make shooting frustrating?
Asked by: Anonymous
This rain cover works quite well. I have not experienced any issues or frustrations with the rain drops on the clear plastic. You will not want to use this cover with a short lens as the velro that will surround it is a bit lengthy and it can be cumbersome.
Answered by: Chris R.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Will it work on lenses smaller than 70 mm?
Asked by: Kathryn
Yes. It works well with my 20mm lens. It has a lot of flexibility to move it around to work and still secure it well around the lens.
Answered by: Moana R.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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how to store this cover without damaging the plastic? just folding it would leave marks and eventually crack the plastic wouldn't it?
Asked by: Amalia C.
Sorry, but I can't help. I was unable to even get this onto my Nikon D7200 so I returned it. I can say that it is pretty bulky and I think folding it could be problematic. Maybe someone that has one can give you a better answer.
Answered by: Gladys L B.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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