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Think Tank Photo Hydrophobia M 70-200 V3.0 Rain Cover

BH #THHPM70700V3 • MFR #740630
Key Features
  • Fits Mirrorless Full-Frame w/ 70-200mm f/2.8 Lens
  • Three-Layers of Material for Durability
  • Seam-Sealed and DWR-Coated
  • Oversized Window to View LCD & Controls
Protect your camera and lens with the Hydrophobia M 70-200 V3.0 Rain Cover from Think Tank. This cover has a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating and is made from three layers of material for durability. It is also seam-sealed for added protection against rain, sleet, snow, sand, and dust. Fold it down to fit into the included compact carrying pouch and slip it into your camera bag so you're prepared in a downpour or sand storm. 
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Think Tank Photo M 70-200 V3.0 Overview

Protect your camera and lens with the Hydrophobia M 70-200 V3.0 Rain Cover from Think Tank. This cover has a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating and is made from three layers of material for durability. It is also seam-sealed for added protection against rain, sleet, snow, sand, and dust. Fold it down to fit into the included compact carrying pouch and slip it into your camera bag so you're prepared in a downpour or sand storm. 

This cover will fit over a mirrorless full-frame camera with a 70-200mm f/2.8 or similarly-sized lens attached. It has a non-slip, adjustable strap that cinches to the lens hood so it stays put once in place. It can be used while shooting atop a tripod or monopod and has an oversized window for viewing your LCD and controls. Additionally, two cinchable sleeves provide easy access to your camera functions.

An eyepiece flap folds into a visor or shields the viewfinder from rain or dust when not in use. An eyepiece pocket is built into the bottom of the cover and the separately available eyepiece allows full access to your viewfinder while protecting your camera. 

The integrated shoulder strap lets you wear the camera on your shoulder with the cover attached. It can be replaced with your favorite strap if desired.

Fits over a mirrorless full-frame camera with a 24-70mm f/2.8, 70-200mm f/2.8, 80-400mm f/5-6.3, 100-400mm f/5-6.3, or similarly-sized lens
Durable 3-layered material
Seam-sealed for protection in heavy rain or dusty conditions
Fits into included compact carrying pouch
Access camera functions through cinchable sleeves
Oversized window for viewing your LCD and controls
Non-slip, adjustable strap cinches to lens hood
Can be used while shooting atop a tripod or monopod
Rainproof front element cover
Optional eyepiece for full access to viewfinder
Carrying pouch for storage and transport
UPC: 874530006302

Think Tank Photo M 70-200 V3.0 Specs

MaterialNylon, Polyurethane, Tricot
Type of ClosureCinch, Strap
Maximum Lens Diameter5.5" / 14.0 cm
Shoe-Mount Flash CompatibleNo
Tripod MountableYes
Weight10.5 oz / 297.68 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.915 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.75 x 7.35 x 2.65"

Think Tank Photo M 70-200 V3.0 Reviews

Essential for a rainy trip to Iceland

By Dean
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-04-24

I was glad to have this cover while hiking in Iceland a few weeks ago. A few points to consider. 1. I used it with a shorter lens (Sony 24-105 F4). Occasionally, the opening would slide forward partly obscuring the view, but overall, the velcro strap made it straightforward to keep it in place on the lens hood. 2. The eyepiece popped out of the cover hole a few times when it came off the camera (which doesnt fit especially tight on the Sony body). Just watch for this so you dont lose the eyepiece, especially when you remove the camera from the cover. 3. The bigger challenge I had was using the internal strap to hold the camera in place. On several occasions, it pressed the button to release the lens and once the lens fell out completely (fortunately with no serious damage). The strap can ride on the lens away from the body, but will tend to slide towards the body. Just be very careful about this. I learned to keep a hand on the lens... 4. The front cover wouldnt stay in its storage pocket underneath. Minor annoyance. But overall, a great, indispensable product.

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