Vortex Media Pro SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, Large (Camo)

Vortex Media Pro SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, Large (Camo)

Vortex Media Pro SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, Large (Camo)

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Product Highlights

  • Fits 14-23" SLR Camera and Lens
  • AquaNylon Rain/storm Cover
  • Opening at the Bottom for Tripods
  • Includes Zippered Carrying Case

Color: Camo

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The Vortex Media Pro SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, Large (Camo) 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 large size is built for very long lenses. It fits a 14-23" camera and attached lens measured from the rear of the body to the front of the lens. There is a touch-fastening opening at the bottom to accommodate tripods, monopods, and allow manual focusing inside the cover. A zippered carrying case is included.

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 large size is built for very long lenses. It fits a 14-23" camera and attached lens measured from the rear of the body to the front of the lens
Touch fastener opening at the bottom accommodates tripods, monopods, and manual focusing inside the cover
Bungee cord with lock front and rear
Includes zippered carrying case
UPC: 804879153641
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Vortex Media Pro SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, Large (Camo)
  • Carrying Case
  • Limited 90-Day Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Material Water-resistant AquaNylon ripstop fabric
    Type of Closure Bungee cord with lock front and rear
    Exterior Dimensions 23 x 14" (58.42 x 35.56cm)
    Interior Dimensions 22 x 13" (55.88 x 33.02cm)
    Accommodates SLR camera body and attached lens 14-23"
    Carrying/Transport Options Uses original camera strap
    Weight 4.0 oz (113g) vxtxusqywseszaeevqxyuduz

    Approximate weight

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 5.0 x 1.0"
    Pro SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, Large (Camo) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 78.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simply Works I bought this rain cover before going on a whale watch to protect my gear from ocean spray and salt. The front end that covers the lens hood worked perfectly while zooming in and out without slipping. The body end worked great too however sometimes the viewfinder was obscured by the cover. This was easily rectified and was only a minor annoyance. The velcro seam on the bottom was difficult at times to open and keep opened while holding the camera. The construction is simple. A sleeve of windbreaker type nylon with draw string ends and velcro bottom openings. Should be good for light rain conditions. All said I would recommend this to a friend.
    Date published: 2015-07-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compact and capable I ordered this product for a trip to the northwoods expecting light rain. I received periods of heavy rain. The cover kept my kit dry and working. The material is like a tent tarp so it's light and can be stuffed into a small pocket if needed. The draw string on the fron keeps it in place and the velcro opening on the bottom allows for easy zoom and focus adjustment. If you do outdoor work, this is a no brainer. It might look expensive for the amount of material you get, but's much cheaper than replacing gear or missing shots because of weather. Used on a 120-300 lens w/ 2x converter and camera w/ battery pack on a gymbal-sytle head.
    Date published: 2011-06-23
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Awkward and uncomfortable I have several rain covers and recently decided to try the storm jacket. It was pretty easy to get my camera and lens in side the cover but I found it very difficult to use. First the front of the cover does not stay on the front of lenses well, especially zooms. Secondly, the cover does not have an arm sleeve so you have to either hold it through the back which is awkward and pulls the cover easily off the the lens. also with may hand in the back material kept getting in the way of the viewfinder. When I tried putting my hand in from the bottom where the velcro closes the velcro hooks were either rubbing on my skin or catching on my cloths. Disapointing.
    Date published: 2011-11-15
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Keeping it Dry Bungee type closures aren't very effective if your handle your camera a lot. If your just going to mount it on a tripod with minimal changes it's great. If you need to access your camera controls it's a bit cumbersome. One trick I use is to place several hair ties or rubber bands on the lens shade first then slip the jacket on. This will help keep the jacket over your lens instead of creeping up on you. It would also serve well to have an opening on top to accommodate flash and other shoe mounted triggering devices like a lightning trigger. And possibly a small side opening for cables etc. Other than that it works great in light or heavy rain but could be improved upon.
    Date published: 2010-10-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked like a charm. I used the Storm Jacket for the first time today in Alaska. I took a birding trip by boat and encountered sat spray and rain. The Storm Jacket kept the camera and lens dry. It was easy to operate the camera through the material, no small matter when using a 150-500mm zoom lens on a rocking boat! I highly recommend it. When in doubt, get it longer. I did, and it completely covers both ends of the camera and lens when I am not using it and just need to protect it. I used it over a Nikon 70s and a Sigma 150-500 VR zoom.
    Date published: 2012-05-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fits my needs, not tested... yet! Appears to be of durable construction, fits over a 300mm w/ 1.4x TC. Secures snugly to lens hood, the back end is a bit odd to work with. If you close it up, its hard to get onto the view-finder, open it up when you want to review and you expose it to the conditions... I guess less chimping in between plays. If you have the budget, go with a set-up that allows continued function despite the elements. If not, this is your stop. So far, have not tested the reliability of this product in rain/mist, hopefully I will not have to and hopefully it will not fail.
    Date published: 2014-03-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps Lenses and Bodies Dry! I am a motorsports photographer and sometimes I have to photograph in the pouring rain. I bought two of these Pro SLR Storm Jacket covers to keep my Canon 1D Mark III bodies from the elements. Once the rain started to sprinkle down, I slipped these babies on, over my 300mm 2.8 and the other over my 70-200mm 2.8. They fit well, snug, but with enough room to fit in your hands. Rain water beads up and rolls off, keeping my equipment dry. The versions I got from B&H even have a velcro slit on the bottom to allow for a monopod and/or a tripod. For the money, this is the best rain protection out there. I love these. When you're not using them, they fold up into little bags and latch on to a camera strap, backpack, pack or anything else. You're going to love these too.
    Date published: 2013-08-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Storm tested - storm approved I had a chance to use my new Storm Jacket while shooting during a thunderstorm the first day I got it and it worked like a charm. It is so simple and easy to use that I had a few doubts as to how it would perform in the rain. I have to say it worked better than any other product or solution I have ever tried, and I have tried several. It is so light that it adds no weight to either my camera or bag. It does take a little getting used to, but only a little. I have had a number of camera bodies and lenses damaged or ruined over the past 30 years or so while shooting in better conditions than those in which I used the Storm Jacket. My gear came through this particular storm without being hit by a single drop of rain - what else can I say?
    Date published: 2010-03-16
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