LensCoat for the Pentax D FA 70-200mm f/2.8 Lens (Realtree Max4)

BH #LELCP70200M4 • MFR #LCP70200M4
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Key Features
  • Waterproof Neoprene Cover
  • Provides a Thermal Barrier
  • Makes Lens Less Visible to Wildlife
  • Clear Plastic Window/AF, Distance Scale
The Realtree Max4 Lens Cover for the Pentax D FA 70-200mm f/2.8 Lens from LensCoat wraps the lens in a 100% closed-cell waterproof neoprene jacket, offering protection from wet weather, bumps, jars and nicks. It is useful for sports shooters and photojournalists who are regularly subjected to less than optimal shooting and climate conditions. It has a clear plastic window over the distance scale.
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$89.99

LensCoat for the Pentax D FA 70-200mm f/2.8 Lens (Realtree Max4)

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LensCoat LCP70200M4 Overview

The Realtree Max4 Lens Cover for the Pentax D FA 70-200mm f/2.8 Lens from LensCoat wraps the lens in a 100% closed-cell waterproof neoprene jacket, offering protection from wet weather, bumps, jars and nicks. It is useful for sports shooters and photojournalists who are regularly subjected to less than optimal shooting and climate conditions. It has a clear plastic window over the distance scale.

This lens wrap provides a thermal barrier, protecting your hands from cold lens surfaces in lower temperatures. It is easy to install and remove, leaving no residue on the lens. Because of the increased protection this covering provides, it can help preserve the resale value of your lens. The Realtree Max4 pattern offers effectiveness in open terrain. It features cattails, millet, milo, corn stalks, sunflowers, oak and maple leaves, cedar and oak limbs, plus a variety of other plant life.

Includes a clear, flexible UV-PVC window over the auto focus controls and distance scale
Compatible with the for the Pentax D FA 70-200mm f/2.8 lens

LensCoat LCP70200M4 Specs

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