LensCoat Lens Covers for the Sigma Teleconverter Set (Forest Green Camo)

BH #LELCSEX2FG • MFR #LCSEX2FG
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Key Features
  • Waterproof Neoprene Cover
  • Provides a Thermal Barrier
  • Makes Gear Less Visible to Wildlife
  • Helps Maintain Resale Value
The forest green camo Lens Covers for the Sigma Teleconverter Set from LensCoat are for the Sigma 1.4 TC-1401 and 2x TC-2001 extenders. They cover each extender with a 100% closed-cell neoprene coat, offering protection from bumps, jars and nicks. These coats allow the lenses to blend in with your surroundings and make you less noticeable to wildlife. They are useful for nature and outdoor photographers, as well as sports shooters and photojournalists.
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$19.99

LensCoat Lens Covers for the Sigma Teleconverter Set (Forest Green Camo)

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LensCoat LCSEX2FG Overview

The forest green camo Lens Covers for the Sigma Teleconverter Set from LensCoat are for the Sigma 1.4 TC-1401 and 2x TC-2001 extenders. They cover each extender with a 100% closed-cell neoprene coat, offering protection from bumps, jars and nicks. These coats allow the lenses to blend in with your surroundings and make you less noticeable to wildlife. They are useful for nature and outdoor photographers, as well as sports shooters and photojournalists.

Two small holes line up with the lens mount indicator, making it easy to quickly line up your extender with camera mount and lens with the cover installed. There's also a hole for the extender release. This classic forest green camouflage pattern is useful for when you are shooting in wooded areas.

Protects gear from abrasions and dings
Helps disguise the gear from wildlife when shooting in the woods
Compatible with the Sigma 1.4 TC-1401 and 2x TC-2001 extenders

LensCoat LCSEX2FG Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9 x 9 x 0.5"
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