AquaTech SSRC Large Sport Shield Rain Cover (Gray)

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AquaTech SSRC Large Sport Shield Rain Cover (Gray)
Key Features
  • Fits Larger Cameras and Lenses
  • Protects Camera from Rain, Dust, Mud
  • See-Through, Rear LCD Window
  • Requires a Sold-Separately Eyepiece
Protect your camera and mounted lens from rain, dust and mud with the SSRC Large Sport Shield Rain Cover from AquaTech. This cover is suitable for select, large cameras with lens lengths up to 480mm including hood. The neoprene front panel in combination with a lens hood creates a waterproof seal. A silicone-sealed rear window provides a good view of the LCD and nearby controls. The cover requires a sold-separately, AquaTech eyepiece to insure a tight seal around the viewfinder. When not in use, the eyepiece may be stored inside a dedicated storage pocket. The back of the cover has a collapsible hood for improved viewing under harsh light, and a touch-fastening flap for added protection when not shooting.
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AquaTech SSRC Overview

Protect your camera and mounted lens from rain, dust and mud with the SSRC Large Sport Shield Rain Cover from AquaTech. This cover is suitable for select, large cameras with lens lengths up to 480mm including hood. The neoprene front panel in combination with a lens hood creates a waterproof seal. A silicone-sealed rear window provides a good view of the LCD and nearby controls. The cover requires a sold-separately, AquaTech eyepiece to insure a tight seal around the viewfinder. When not in use, the eyepiece may be stored inside a dedicated storage pocket. The back of the cover has a collapsible hood for improved viewing under harsh light, and a touch-fastening flap for added protection when not shooting.

The cover features YKK waterproof zipper and drawstring closure. Simply slide a hand into the sleeve to access the lens, functions, and numerous controls. Included with the cover is a handy, mesh, carry pouch. For strength, durability and weather protection, the cover is constructed of three-ply, ripstop waterproof breathable fabric with a durable, water-repellent coating.

Note:
Requires an eyepiece to hold cover to camera and maintain waterproofing.
The large Sport Shield is suitable for select, large cameras with lens lengths up to 480mm including hood
Requires a sold-separately, AquaTech Eyepiece to secure cover to viewfinder for improved water protection
Designed to be used with a lens hood for optimal water protection
Designed to help protect a camera with a mounted lens and hood from rain, wind and dirt.
The Multi Layer Barrier Fabric System "sandwiches" the cover materials. The exterior is treated with a water-repellent coating.
For added protection the seams are tape sealed.
YKK weatherproof zippers
Silicone-sealed window for viewing rear LCD
Draw strings on hand access and tripod sleeve for added protection when not in use
Eyepiece cover flap to protect viewfinder when not in use.

Sport Shield Rain Cover Reference Chart

Designed to fit lenes similar in size to the following:

CANON
200mm f/1.8 L
200mm f/2 L
300mm f/2.8 L IS
400mm f/4 DO IS
200-400mm f/4 L IS

NIKON
200mm f/2 AF-S VR
200-400mm f/4 AF-S VR
300mm f/2.8 AF-S II
300mm f/2.8 AF-S VR
UPC: 810778011357

AquaTech SSRC Specs

MaterialFabric,
Type of ClosureCinch, Hook-and-Loop
Maximum Lens Diameter10.0" / 254 mm
Dimensions22" / 55.8 cm
Weight8.3 oz / 235.3 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.725 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.55 x 8.5 x 2.5"
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