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LensCoat Lens Cover for Nikon Teleconverter Set III (Realtree Max4)

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LensCoat Lens Cover for Nikon Teleconverter Set III (Realtree Max4)
Key Features
  • Closed-Cell Neoprene
  • For 1.4x TC-14E III and 2.0x TC-20E III
  • Provides a Thermal Barrier
  • Makes Lens Less Visible to Wildlife
The made in the USA, Realtree Max4 Lens Cover for Nikon Teleconverter Set for 1.4x TC-14E III and 2.0x TC-20E III from LensCoat is constructed from 100% closed-cell neoprene for protection from weather, bumps, and scratches. This cover helps your extenders blend in with surroundings, making it useful for nature photographers, sports shooters, and photojournalists. The Realtree Max4 design features a wide variety of plant-like patterns that mesh well with trees and vegetation commonly found in wetlands. This makes it well-suited for hiding from birds and other types of wildlife. Two small holes line up with the white dot indicator, allowing you to quickly line up your extender with camera mount and lens with the cover installed. It also has a hole for the extender release.
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LensCoat LCNEXIII Overview

The made in the USA, Realtree Max4 Lens Cover for Nikon Teleconverter Set for 1.4x TC-14E III and 2.0x TC-20E III from LensCoat is constructed from 100% closed-cell neoprene for protection from weather, bumps, and scratches. This cover helps your extenders blend in with surroundings, making it useful for nature photographers, sports shooters, and photojournalists. The Realtree Max4 design features a wide variety of plant-like patterns that mesh well with trees and vegetation commonly found in wetlands. This makes it well-suited for hiding from birds and other types of wildlife. Two small holes line up with the white dot indicator, allowing you to quickly line up your extender with camera mount and lens with the cover installed. It also has a hole for the extender release.

The LensCoat provides a thermal barrier, protecting your hands from cold lens surfaces and teleconverters in lower temperatures. It's easy to install and remove, leaving no residue on the teleconverter. The LensCoat is waterproof, providing protection to your lens in wet conditions, and it can help preserve the resale value of your gear.

Helps maintain value of the lens by protecting it from scratches
Makes using the lens easier in cold temperatures
Easy to install and remove - leaves no residue on lens

LensCoat LCNEXIII Specs

CompatibilityFor 1.4x TC-14E III and 2.0x TC-20E III
MaterialsNeoprene
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.075 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.35 x 5.55 x 1.5"

LensCoat LCNEXIII Reviews

semi-functional cover for teleconverter

By David
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-05

While the covers do fit the teleconverter lengths and provide some measure of protection from wear, the covers make it difficult to access the lens release button on the barrels of the TC and the holes made in the material to see the index dots do not line up. The half page instructions that came with the covers do not match the actual item.

Protects my gear

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-03-28

I bought this set to use on 14 and 17 TCs. I had to trim the larger one as it is intended for a 2x TC - it's easy to trim and fits the slightly smaller 17 TC perfectly. I own several other LensCoat products and have been extremely happy with them.

Nikon teleconverter

By Edwards
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-19

Great fit , save your teleconverter from dust

I would not buy this again.

By Eugene
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2017-08-23

I was confused as to what this was. It is not a cover for the ends, those come with the teleconverter. It is a rubber cover for the outside. I threw it in the trash.

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