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LensCoat Lens Cover for Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports Lens (Realtree Max5)

BH #LELS150600S5 • MFR #LCS150600SM5
LensCoat
Key Features
  • Waterproof Neoprene Cover
  • Protects Lens from Elements and Impacts
  • Clear Plastic Windows over Lens Controls
  • Easy to Install and Remove
This Realtree Max5 Lens Cover from LensCoat fits a onto Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports lens, and covers it with a 100% closed-cell neoprene coat to protect the lens from bumps and scratches, helping preserve its value and condition. Its insulated design provides a thermal barrier to protect your hands when working in colder temperatures, and it is also waterproof to protect your lens when you are working in wet weather. For maintained control and usability, clear UV-PVC windows cover the autofocus and image stabilizer controls, as well as the distance scale. An extra piece of covering is also included for protecting the exposed portion of the lens when it is fully zoomed out; this piece can be quickly attached to the main covering with the use of touch fasteners. Suited for photojournalists and sports shooters, this cover also breaks up the shape of the lens to make it beneficial for wildlife and nature photographers as well.
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LensCoat LCS150600S Overview

This Realtree Max5 Lens Cover from LensCoat fits a onto Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports lens, and covers it with a 100% closed-cell neoprene coat to protect the lens from bumps and scratches, helping preserve its value and condition. Its insulated design provides a thermal barrier to protect your hands when working in colder temperatures, and it is also waterproof to protect your lens when you are working in wet weather. For maintained control and usability, clear UV-PVC windows cover the autofocus and image stabilizer controls, as well as the distance scale. An extra piece of covering is also included for protecting the exposed portion of the lens when it is fully zoomed out; this piece can be quickly attached to the main covering with the use of touch fasteners. Suited for photojournalists and sports shooters, this cover also breaks up the shape of the lens to make it beneficial for wildlife and nature photographers as well.

The Realtree Max5 camouflage pattern offers maximum effectiveness in open terrain. The pattern incorporates cattails, reeds, cane and grasses to blend in with flooded marshes, plus corn, wheat, oats and sunflowers to hide you in open fields. It is made in the USA

Water-proof closed-cell neoprene cover dedicated to the Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports lens.
Protects the lens from bumps and scratches to preserve its value and condition.
Thermal insulated design benefits working in cold conditions.
Helps break up the shape of the lens, making it less noticeable to wildlife.
Easy to install and remove, leaving no residue on the lens.
Clear UV-PVC windows over the distance scale, auto focus, and image stabilizer controls.
A small hole on the cover lines up with the camera's mount indicator, making it easy to quickly line up the lens with the camera mount even with the cover installed.

LensCoat LCS150600S Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.285 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.9 x 6 x 1.75"

LensCoat LCS150600S Reviews

Look beautiful

By Ayi
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-25

Fit on the lens and make it look beautiful

Switch access, slipping, durability

By Yasha
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2019-10-08

First, the response from LensCoat technical support: The rate of wear of the material will depend very much on the way that it is used and stored. I have found that the biggest issue with wear is rubbing when placing a lens in a bag. I have LensCoats on my lenses and think my oldest one is about five years old, it is still in great condition. Environmental factors can also cause wear over time. The plastic windows on my LensCoats can discolour over time but this does not effect the useage of them. Again if and when discolouration may occur will be dependant on a number of factors so we annot say if or when this will happen.  End quote. I do not know if the plastic windows over the switches will deteriorate with time; typically, when plastic suffers UV degradation, it also loses elasticity. I will update this rating/review as I gain experience with the lens cover, B and H permitting. As it is, the windows make switch operation somewhat difficult. Because some of the rings of wet suit material from which the item is made are narrow (to fit the lens), these same rings slip front or back, misaligning the windows with the switch when in use in the field. If there were no switches,the design seems acceptable. One needs a better switch access system. I bought LensCoat because unlike the copies typically made in the PRC, this vendor has better design and quality control.

Great

By Michael J
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-05-15

Everything fit like a glove Thanks B&H

Not well Thought out

By Thomas
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2017-11-28

Bought this coat to help break up my body form while taking pictures of skittish animals.� While it protects your lense from dings and banging into rocks. The design itself is bad, really bad. The transparent plastic cover is meant for protection, but renders your dials useless. Especially if you are wearing gloves in cold weather.� On the rubber rings, they have the coat also. While helps the camo, but in cold, makes it hard to dial in if you need to manually modifying the focus, or changing the focal length.� I cut the stitching to remove the soft plastic windows, so I can gain access to the dials.� Oh, in case you are wondering about the extension part. It's got velcro, so it's easily removeable when you retract. The product have good intention, but not well executed.

I will buy again

By Zhigang
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-11-13

Very good product, and fit well to the lens

Best monopod for video

By CHARLES DENIS
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-03-09

studty, adjustable, solid dont try others this is the state of the art

good but far from perfect

By Robert
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-17

I have purchased several Lens Coat covers over the years and this one was typical of those made for zoom lenses which I have purchased. While it covers most of the lens, offering adequate protection against surface bumps and scratches, I note the following negatives: The various sections tend to be slightly too small, leaving gaps between them. Although covers are sold as made for particular lens models, Lens Coat does not supply pre-cut out stick-on materials to go on the lens collar. Purchasers are forced to cut out stick-on portions, wasting their time and risking a botched job, when the manufacture should be able to precut those portions to fit.

Sigma 150/600 Sports lens cover.

By Anthony
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-08

I was looking forward to receiving my Sigma 150/600 Sports lens cover. For the price I expected better!!! I also was not impressed with the fit or finish. I expected the patterns to have a better match. All pieces should be from the same matching neoprene pattern... would improve appearance and effectiveness. I have not taken the lens out for a full test with wildlife yet, but my first impressions are having concerns with the stability of material working reliably, especially with the contact to zoom ring and fast action focusing using the lens ring barrel.

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question

Will it fit the Contemporary Lens version? (not sure the main difference between the two)
Asked by: Patrick H.
No, that will not fit properly. The contemporary version of the lens is approximately 4.1 x 10.2 (10.41 x 25.91 cm) and the sports version is approximately 4.8 x 11.4 (12.19 x 28.96 cm).
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

can I use this for EOS 6D camera?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hi, Since the lens cover is designed for the lens it does not effect any camera.
Answered by: Peter O.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Since this lens extends when zoomed, if you have the Lens Coat on the lens barrel at 600mm, does that mean you would have to remove it in order to retract the lens back to 150mm?
Asked by: Amy S.
Lens Coat only covers the parts of then lens, when the lens is retracted, so when you extend the lens, that portion will be exposed.
Answered by: Jack R.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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