LensCoat LenSack Beanbag Camera Support (Realtree Max5)

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LensCoat LenSack Beanbag Camera Support (Realtree Max5)
Key Features
  • Irregular Surface Support
  • Water-Resistant Cordura
  • Adjustable Carry Handle
  • Four D-Ring Attachment Points
Stabilize your camera on irregular surfaces like uneven ground, vehicles, or tree limbs with the LensCoat LenSack Beanbag Camera Support. Use by laying it flat to support a longer lens, or folded in half to provide additional height. Constructed from water-resistant Cordura in Realtree Max5, a non-slip grip material covers the entire bottom surface, as well as the gusseted edges, to minimize unwanted movement. Secure your camera one step further with the four d-ring attachment points allowing performance in the most rugged environments.
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LensCoat LensSack Overview

Stabilize your camera on irregular surfaces like uneven ground, vehicles, or tree limbs with the LensCoat LenSack Beanbag Camera Support. Use by laying it flat to support a longer lens, or folded in half to provide additional height. Constructed from water-resistant Cordura in Realtree Max5, a non-slip grip material covers the entire bottom surface, as well as the gusseted edges, to minimize unwanted movement. Secure your camera one step further with the four d-ring attachment points allowing performance in the most rugged environments.

The LensSack comes to you unfilled, allowing you to choose poly pellets, dried beans, or even sand and dirt found on location. The YKK locking zipper withstands harsh elements, keeping the fill of your choice from leaking. A built-in adjustable strap doubles as a carry handle for added convenience when transporting in the field.

LensCoat LensSack Specs

Dimensions19.5 x 11.5" (49.5 x 29.2 cm)
VolumeNot specified by manufacturer.
WeightUnfilled: 8.0 oz (227 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.575 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.35 x 9.45 x 1.85"
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If the top strap is tightened so as to allow for ...

If the top strap is tightened so as to allow for the V configuration that clip will be right under your lens. This is a very poor design as it could scratch a lens that doesn't have a neoprene cover. Why put such a large clip on top of the bag?
Asked by: Lawrence
The clip is plastic and the edges are rounded, so its unlikely to scratch the lens barrel. Also, the strap is expandable and as such could be used to hold the lens/camera steady while shooting. However, if you still have concerns you can always clip it together under the sack, or leave it unclipped while the lens/camera are on the bag.
Answered by: Federico
Date published: 2020-08-31

Thinking about using this on top of a foam apple ...

Thinking about using this on top of a foam apple box to stabilize a shoulder rig camera for long shots on a reality tv shoot as well as use it as a pad for sitting on the apple box, is this comfortable to sit on when filled with polybeads?
Asked by: Jimi
While comfort is subjective and may differ from person to person, the LensCoat LensSack Beanbag Camera Support (Black) would be compatible for your stated usage needs and should be relatively comfortable.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2021-10-05

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What is the internal volume of the lens sack?
Asked by: keith b.
If the dimensions of the beanbag are 19.5 x 11.5 inches (49.5 x 29.2 cm), then the overall volume is 224.25 cubic inches (1445.4 cubic centimeters). That converts to about 1.0 US gallon, specifically 0.971 gallon (3.675 liters). Anything more accurate than that could be provided by the manufacturer.
Answered by: Jacob C.
Date published: 2019-09-17

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It looks like some of the beanbag camera supports come already filled and some don't. Does this one come filled? It doesn't state specifically, so I want to make sure. Thanks!
Asked by: Michelle S.
I fill mine with sunflower seed. Empty it later or anywhere for the birds. No littering.
Answered by: Tammy S.
Date published: 2020-12-31
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