Vortex Media SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, Small (Yellow)

Vortex Media SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, Small (Yellow)

Vortex Media SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, Small (Yellow)

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Product Highlights

  • Fits Up to 9.0" SLR Camera and Lens
  • AquaNylon Rain/Storm Cover
  • Includes Zippered Carrying Case

Color: Yellow

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The Vortex Media SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, Small (Yellow) is a water-resistant lightweight, rugged rain cover made from AquaNylon fabric. Heat and fire resistant ripstop fabric won't rip, tear, or melt. The SLR small size is built for lenses up to 80-200mm f/2.8. It fits up to 9.0" camera and attached lens measured from the rear of the body to the front of the lens. A zippered carrying case is included. This is the standard version - it is designed for hand-held use. The Pro SLR Storm Covers allow for tripod-mounting.

Water-resistant lightweight, rugged rain cover made from AquaNylon fabric
Heat and fire resistant ripstop fabric won't rip, tear, or melt
Emergency camera protection from unexpected weather conditions such as: snow, sleet, wind, rain, and dust
The SLR small size is built for lenses up to 80-200mm f/2.8. It fits up to 9.0" camera and attached lens measured from the rear of the body to the front of the lens
Bungee cord with lock front and rear
Includes zippered carrying case
UPC: 804879153412
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Vortex Media SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, Small (Yellow)
  • Carrying Case
  • 5-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Material Water-resistant AquaNylon ripstop fabric
    Type of Closure Bungee cord with lock front and rear
    Exterior Dimensions 11 x 14" (27.94 x 35.56cm)
    Interior Dimensions 10 x 13" (25.4 x 33.02cm)
    Accommodates SLR camera body and attached lens up to 9.0"
    Carrying/Transport Options Uses original camera strap
    Weight 4.0 oz (113g)

    Approximate weight

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 5.0 x 1.0"
    SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, Small (Yellow) is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 47.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product and speedy delivery The size is perfect for my Lumix bridge camera, accommodating the flip out LCD screen, the extended telephoto lens, and my hands. The bag material is waterproof, shedding water with no absorbtion. The cinch in front will unavoidably allow water to reach the lens barrel a little. Attatching the lens hood helps secure the bag and will help shelter the lens from rain.
    Date published: 2013-04-21
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product, compact, easy to fit Great for times where a full weather cover is too restrictive. I use this and the medium size version for protection from muddy adventure style events where it is impossible to dodge every blob of mud coming at you. I also use it for remote cameras mounted on a tripod. Since the back of the camera is exposed, operation is less restrictive, meaning you are not working blind as is the case with a full cover like the Aquatech SS-Sport. A little pricey for what it is, but not for a camera cover.
    Date published: 2012-03-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Protects from rain Easy to use, works fine. If you have a lens shade, you can tighten the front around the lens shade and guarantee not just that your camera won't get wet, but also that drops won't hit the surface of the lens. Working from the back is a bit of a challenge, because sometimes you have to reach in to make an adjustment on the lens, i.e., in front of the camera body (turning on/off automatic focusing, turning on/off vibration control). Similarly, you have to move the cover to adjust the zoom. .
    Date published: 2015-05-20
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Did what I asked it to do I was in New York for the monsoon over the weekend of 3/13/10 and wanted something to keep my A900 protected from the weather. The Storm Jacket performed its advertised function; it is water resistant, not waterproof. I kept my camera under my Gore-Tex raincoat as much as possible... the Storm Jacket was basically added protection. It kept my camera from getting wet, but I can't say that it kept it dry. I already own a Kata Elements cover, but left it at home because I've found it awkward to use. The Kata is a good, heavy-duty cover, but I think it's a bit too stiff, both the vinyl and the velcro lens attachment. I was prepared to spring for an Aqua Tech cover, but didn't because there is no compatible eyepiece for Sony line. The Storm Jacket worked better than a plastic bag simply because it has a drawstring at either end which allows you to shoot with the cover on. Beyond that, I think the plastic bag would have worked as well. This jacket will stay in my bag for emergency use
    Date published: 2010-04-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bring on the rain! The cover cinches tightly around the lens, but if you have the type of lens where the end/hood rotates to focus, it may bind the auto-focus and damage the motor or gears. IF, hoods that slide to extend and non-rotating front work great. Other than that, it's well made and has generous openings. Since I don't intend on using a tripod, not having an opening at the bottom for a mount won't bother me. Someday I'll get a larger one with the tripod opening. Can't wait to go storm chasing!
    Date published: 2010-02-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best value for your dollar Fits my 5d mark iii with battery grip and 24-70 lens pefect. Looking forward to using it on a rainy wedding day.
    Date published: 2013-08-08
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works, but with limits This tool does keep your camera dry, but doesn't do anything to keep rain from the front of your lens, where rain drops can show up on your images. It's also difficult to keep the front from slipping a bit down the length of the lens barrel, exposing it to rain. It's handy for unexpected inclement weather, but you have to be very careful if you're to avoid getting the front of the lens wet if there's any wind at all or if you hold the camera at any upward angle. It works best in light precipitation with no wind.
    Date published: 2011-08-26
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's ok It's a weird product in that it's not much better than a cheapo plastic dispoable rain cover and nowhere near something like the thinktank hydrophobia line...I think it's a solid enviromental choice if you want something super light and portable but that has some durability AND see yourself being in wet environments more often than OMG it's raining!!...so I'd put it as excellent in terms of something for regular hikers or frequent travelers who might want something light/durable but don't have the room or weight allowance fro a serious rain cover...
    Date published: 2016-09-12
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