Vortex Media Pro SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, XX-large (Camo)

Vortex Media Pro SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, XX-large (Camo)

Vortex Media Pro SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, XX-large (Camo)

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Product Highlights

  • Fits 27-30" SLR Camera and Lens
  • AquaNylon Rain/storm Cover
  • Opening at the Bottom for Tripods
  • Includes Zippered Carrying Case

Color: Camo

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  • 1Description

The Vortex Media Pro SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, XX-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 XX-large size is built for very long lenses. It fits a 27-30" 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 XX-large size is built for very long lenses. It fits a 27-30" 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: 804879153689
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Vortex Media Pro SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, XX-large (Camo)
  • Carrying Case
  • Limited 90-Day Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Vortex Media P-SJ-XXL-C specs

    Material Nylon
    Type of Closure Cinch
    Dimensions 31" / 78.7 cm
    Weight 4.0 oz / 113 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.1 x 5.2 x 1.3"

    Vortex Media P-SJ-XXL-C reviews

    Pro SLR Storm Jacket Camera Cover, XX-large (Camo) is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 8.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Vortex Media Storm Jacket After getting a chance to use this storm jacket at a rainy high school football game and previously using one the plastic throw away's, I must say I am Impressed. The jacket was very easy to use and very effective in the rain. I simply slipped it over my 2.8 sports lens and camera body from that point on the worries of equipment getting wet were gone and I did not miss Any shot due to the Vortex Media Storm Jacket getting in the way. I did not use a tripod or a camera mounted flash so I can't tell you how that would perform but, I am extremely happy I have a decently priced product I can use over and over again without the worry of my equipment being damaged.
    Date published: 2013-10-01
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from It does not work I have bought two Camo Storm Jackets, one XL and one XXL. They are completely different. The XL has a yellowish rubberized material inside and a water-repellent treatment outside. It weights more than the XXL and it is not transparent to the light. The XXL has none of these protections, it is thinner, lightweight and transparent. The first works, the second is completely useless: after 5 minutes on the field with a medium rain, my Canon 500 mm was completely wet. Maybe the XL is a new version, but I have bought them together from B&H.
    Date published: 2017-08-09
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not fully protect from rain! Water soaks through! I purchased this originally to be able to protect my camera and lens in the snow when I take winter wildlife photos. However, the area where I live didn't get much snow this year so I never really got to use it for that purpose. Once Spring started to come around, I thought it would be good for protecting my gear from the rain and get some interesting photos of birds and other wildlife in the rain (the product description does list rain among the other weather conditions). I went out on a rainy morning to a local wildlife sanctuary to try my luck. It wasn't raining very hard, just a light rain and no wind. I started to take some pictures of the wildlife there and got a few nice photos. To my dismay, I started to notice the water was soaking through the material! It also wasn't beading off, like most water resistant materials, and the water droplets were just sticking to the cover. I had only been in the rain for about 7 minutes, and remember it was only a light rain, not a downpour. I felt uncomfortable about its protection so I walked back to my car. Upon getting in my car, I carefully pulled the cover off of my lens and camera, and ran my hand along the top of my lens. I could feel the moisture that was left from the wet cover as it was just slightly damp. This is an expensive lens, and I expected this premium cover to keep it dry. Honestly, the cheap clear plastic covers keep the moisture away better. I also have a cheap rain coat that is more water proof/resistant than this cover. I find it ironic that they have a thunder cloud in the logo and call it a storm jacket if it can't even protect against light rain. I never expected this to be used in a downpour or for hours in the rain, but for it's price and Pro advertising, it should be able to protect for more than just 5-10 minutes in light rain. I didn't expect to buy a premium cover just to slip it on and take a couple photos and then pack up and go home. The cheap plastic covers can do that! Interestingly, I have a smaller (black) version of their cover for my medium size lenses, and while it looks like the same material, it seems to have some kind of very thin coating on the inside and outside of it that makes it feel a little bit smoother. I've used it in the rain, and the water would just bounce/run right off. I'm not sure if I just got a bad one and the manufacture forgot to put this coating on my larger cover? I haven't used the smaller one very much in the rain, just for some quick shots, however, this issue makes me worry about my smaller cover as well. I would assume this cover would do well to protect against sand (although your front element is still exposed) and the sun, but that's about all I would trust it to protect. Very disappointed and I'll go back to using the clear plastic covers that are far less expensive or buy a more expensive professional cover as this one doesn't feel Pro to me. This cover is useless if the water just soaks right through, and is not going to protect your expensive camera gear.
    Date published: 2016-03-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I need on a rainy day I use this on my Canon 5D3 with 600 f4 lens for shooting wildlife. Since some of the best nature shooting is on overcast and drizzling days, this jacket keeps my equipment nice and dry. The camo helps to blend in with the background. There is a velcro closure at the bottom that allows use with a tripod. The closure could be longer but once I figured out that I needed to start with the lens end when putting it on, there was no issue. A bit pricey for what you get but then so is a wet camera.
    Date published: 2015-12-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does what is designed to do. It is light and large enough to accommodate a 400 mm f2.8 Canon IS MKII with 1.4X and professional camera attached to a tripod.
    Date published: 2012-09-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice handy Small and handy to keep and useful when rain.
    Date published: 2014-04-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice and does what it is supposed to do. Good investment for a very expensive lens.
    Date published: 2010-12-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easily to use and does the job....totally waterproof !!! I have been using the Vortex Media Pro X large for many of my long lenses and it works great I recommend the “Pro” version because the bottom opening is necessary for tripod/monopod/gimbal use, and adapts well to just about any type of camera support. I have used this in very heavy rain for the entire day with completely dry eguipment, and it is lighter and Eisner to use than the bulkier more complicated and expensive Lenscoat alternative. The x large fits my big lenses, but barely, so I got the xx large which has room to spare and is just as easy to use. The extra length is good to have and easily scrunches up so it is never in the way. I was concerned about 2 negative reviews on this site claiming that the xx large was not as waterproof as the x large so I talked to the manufacturer before ordering it. He assured me that although the exact materials used for the products may occasionally have changed (one product may or may not feel exactly the same as another) the testing and standards are the same and all versions are equally waterproof and perform the same. So I bought the xx large andused it in the rain and it performs perfectly....it is just as waterproof as the x large and will hold up to any amount of rain. I highly recommend this product.
    Date published: 2018-06-06
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