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Think Tank Photo Emergency Rain Cover (Large)

BH #THERCL • MFR #740622
Key Features
  • For Camera and Select Telephoto Lenses
  • DWR Coated & Seam-Sealed
  • Oversized Window to View LCD/Controls
  • Fits into Included Carrying Pouch
Protect your camera and lens with the large-sized Emergency Rain Cover from Think Tank. This cover features a DWR coating and sealed seams for added protection against rain, sleet, snow, sand, and dust. Fold it down to fit into the included compact carrying pouch and keep it in your camera bag so you're prepared to quickly deploy it in a downpour or sand storm.
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Think Tank Photo 740622 Overview

Protect your camera and lens with the large-sized Emergency Rain Cover from Think Tank. This cover features a DWR coating and sealed seams for added protection against rain, sleet, snow, sand, and dust. Fold it down to fit into the included compact carrying pouch and keep it in your camera bag so you're prepared to quickly deploy it in a downpour or sand storm.

This cover will fit over a DSLR or mirrorless camera with a 150-600mm f/5.6-6.3, 200-500mm f/5.6, 200-400mm f/4, 400mm f/2.8, 500mm f/4, 600mm f/4, or similar-sized lens. 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, has an oversized window for viewing your LCD and controls, and the shoe mount keeps it securely on your camera when in use. It has a cinchable sleeve through which you access your camera and dual viewing configurations for varying conditions. 

Seam-sealed for protection in heavy rain or dusty conditions
Folds down to fit into an included compact carrying pouch
Quickly and easily deployed
Fits over DSLR or mirrorless cameras with 150-600mm f/5.6-6.3, 200-500mm f/5.6, 200-400mm f/4, 400mm f/2.8, 500mm f/4, or 600mm f/4 attached
Access your camera through the cinchable sleeve
Oversized window allows you to view your LCD and controls
Shoe mount to keep the cover securely attached to your camera
Non-slip, adjustable strap cinches to lens hood
Can be used while shooting atop a tripod or monopod
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating adds an extra layer of protection
Measures 27.6" long with a 5.1 to 7.9" adjustable diameter
UPC: 874530006227

Think Tank Photo 740622 Specs

MaterialNylon, Polyurethane, Taffeta
Type of ClosureCinch, Strap
Maximum Lens Diameter7.87" / 20 cm
Tripod MountableYes
Dimensions27.56" / 70 cm
Weight5.61 oz / 159 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.55 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.95 x 7.5 x 2.3"

Think Tank Photo 740622 Reviews

Works well; bargain protection

By Robert L
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-08-02

The cover works well and is well made. The sizing is generous, but that isn't a problem. The large size fits a FF Canon plus a 500 f/4 plus 1.4 extender. It also fits a FF with a 100-400, but the extra capacity makes it look a little shapeless. The extra fabric doesn't compromise the protection. I like the fold-back viewfinder cover. I used the Emergency Rain Cover for 90 minutes when it was pouring rain during a sporting event. It protected the lens barrel and front of the camera well, but the back and viewfinder were inevitably exposed to rain when I folded the cover forward. The camera, an R3, is pretty well sealed. Other bodies might not be as well sealed, and it might be necessary to keep the rear cover window down, over the back of other cameras. I didn't try to use it that way. I would give it a 5 if the cinch system at the front could be closed down even more to fit the 100-400 lens hood. I used a secondary hook and loop elastic strap to tighten the fit.

Great rain gear.

By Robert
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-27

I shoot motorsports and you never know when the weather is going to change so I carry this rain cover. Love the hot shoe anchor point and very roomy.

Works for Sony 200-600

By Clinton
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-27

I bought this for use with the Sony 200-600 because the medium size was too tight to operate the zoom or attach my monogimbal and monopod. At first I thought this model was actually too large, but soon came around to it. If it were much smaller it would have the same issues as the medium size. I'd prefer it if the zipper were two-way, and waterproof, but it's certainly not a dealbreaker.

My New Go to Rain Cover

By Tommy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-04-29

Bought this style to replace my older Hydrophobia and absolutely love it! Quick and easy to put on, love the zipper and buckle clips! One of the best I have ever used. I will be taking to Alaska this summer to use during an Alaskan Coastal near photography trip!

My New Go to Rain Cover

By Tommy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-04-29

Bought this style to replace my older Hydrophobia and absolutely love it! Quick and easy to put on, love the zipper and buckle clips! One of the best I have ever used. I will be taking to Alaska this summer to use during an Alaskan Coastal near photography trip!

Fantastic Rain Cover

By S P
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-21

Light material with good seam sewing and joint for lens protection from rain. The frontal transparent view on the lens is great. the bottom zip opening allows flexibility for tripod and even gimbal support for the lens. Easily foldable and store in the small pouch provided, that is compact. I love the material used for the cover!

Best Rain Cover

By Patrick
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-22

Best rain cover I've found on the market. Living in the Pacific Northwest, it's a must-have for shooting all year round. I still use some gaffers tape to keep the cover fixed to the lens hood for some extra protection from it sliding around or having to cinch the strap down too tight on the lens hood. Will say this large is HUGE and might be overkill for most photographers unless you have f2.8 400mm lenses. Medium size is more than enough to cover a 70-200 or higher minimum aperture 200-500mm.

Compact and lightweight

By Cary
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-28

I keep one of these for each of my bodies and lenses in my bag all the time. They are very compact and lightweight and a real lifesaver when the weather changes on you!

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Will the large fit my Sigma 120-300F2.8 lens?

Will the large fit my Sigma 120-300F2.8 lens?
Asked by: Kenneth
I have never used the Sigma 120-300, but it works very well on my Nikon 200-500. Very pleased with the overall quality of the lens cover.
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2020-09-16

Will this fit a Panasonic AG-AF100?

Will this fit a Panasonic AG-AF100?
Asked by: Hanul
Yes it would.
Answered by: Marcell Makher
Date published: 2020-12-09

Can you shoot in the portrait orientation ...

Can you shoot in the portrait orientation (handheld or on a tripod) with the Think Tank Photo Emergency Rain Cover?
Asked by: Haggai
Yes Think Tank Photo Emergency Rain Cover (Large) will also work in portrait orientation either hand held or on a tripod.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2022-07-05

will a large fit my Sigma 120-300F2.8 lens?

will a large fit my Sigma 120-300F2.8 lens?
Asked by: Kenneth
Yes, it will fit.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-09-09

Are all sizes of the Think Tank Photo Emergency ...

Are all sizes of the Think Tank Photo Emergency Rain Cover the same size in the back portion (behind the hot shoe mount), or are the large ones larger?
Asked by: Haggai
Same size, I have a Nikon D500 with the external battery grip and it dose a good job of covering it.
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2022-07-05

I use a variety of lenses from primes to medium ...

I use a variety of lenses from primes to medium zoom lenses to very long lenses. Is the large versatile for both smaller lenses like canon 16-35mm and long lenses like sigma 50-500mm?
Asked by: Sage
The large size will be usable in a pinch on the 16-35mm but it will certainly be too large to be very functional. You would be much better off getting a small as well.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-07-02

Will this fit a canon 7d mk ll attached with a ...

Will this fit a canon 7d mk ll attached with a Canon 300mm f2.8?
Asked by: Kyle
Don't think so. Tried it on a Nikon 200-500mm f5.6 and had to go with the extra large to fit it.
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2021-04-30

When using on a tripod, can it be closed at the ...

When using on a tripod, can it be closed at the bottom on both sides of the tripod? I am talking about wet, windy conditions, where it might flap around and expose the underside of the lens.
Asked by: Chris
Yes, it has a zippered enclosure on the bottom.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-08
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