Porta Brace Rain Slicker for Canon XC15 Camcorder

BH #PORSXC15 • MFR #RS-XC15
Key Features
  • Protects from Rain and Dust
  • Tricot-Finished Nylon
  • Touch Fastener Seals
  • Vinyl Windows
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When you must shoot in inclement weather conditions, bring your Canon XC-15 inside this Porta Brace Rain Slicker. The exterior is water-resistant nylon, and a soft interior lining protects your camera's finish. Except for the hand openings and bottom tripod opening, this rain slicker completely covers the camera, protecting it from rain and dust. A front gasket ensures that moisture won't get in through the front lens port. The hand openings on either side allow for touchscreen operation and access to all camera controls including zoom and focus rings. Transparent vinyl windows on the top and back let you see the camera controls and screen, for framing and adjusting camera settings.
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Porta Brace RS-XC15 Overview

When you must shoot in inclement weather conditions, bring your Canon XC-15 inside this Porta Brace Rain Slicker. The exterior is water-resistant nylon, and a soft interior lining protects your camera's finish. Except for the hand openings and bottom tripod opening, this rain slicker completely covers the camera, protecting it from rain and dust. A front gasket ensures that moisture won't get in through the front lens port. The hand openings on either side allow for touchscreen operation and access to all camera controls including zoom and focus rings. Transparent vinyl windows on the top and back let you see the camera controls and screen, for framing and adjusting camera settings.

Water-resistant Parapack nylon
Secure-fitting lens gasket
Large, clear vinyl window to view controls
"Quick" design for fast on and off
UPC: 490086523782

Porta Brace RS-XC15 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.355 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.8 x 7.15 x 3.7"
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