Zing Designs Pro SLR Camera Cover

Zing Designs Pro SLR Camera Cover

Zing Designs Pro SLR Camera Cover

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Zing Designs Pro SLR Camera Cover

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  • Fits Pro SLR with Lens up to 4.0"
  • Stretchable Neoprene
  • Retaining Strap
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The Zing Pro SLR Camera Cover (Black) is a one-piece, wrap-around cover that stretches over the lens and self-secures without buckles, snaps or zippers. The removable retainer strap clips onto your camera strap and allows the cover to hang out of the way while shooting. This cover will fit an SLR Camera with a bottom-mounted winder and a lens up to 4.0" (10cm) long.

Neoprene cover made to carry an SLR Camera with a bottom-mounted winder and a lens up to 4.0" (10 cm) long
The latch system snugly fits the cover around your SLR, to provide minimal bulk and maximum protection
While shooting, hang the cover from your camera strap, or simply stuff it in your pocket
The removable retainer strap clips onto your camera strap and allows the cover to hang out of the way while shooting
UPC: 763465040041
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Zing Designs Pro SLR Camera Cover
  • Retainer Strap
  • 1-Year Warranty
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    Zing Designs 503-301 specs

    Exterior
    Exterior Material Neoprene
    Type of Closure Wrap-Around
    Interior
    Weight 6.0 oz / 170.0 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.0 x 8.0 x 4.0"

    Zing Designs 503-301 reviews

    Pro SLR Camera Cover is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 28.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like a glove... I own a Nikon D90 with kit len (18-105mm) and MB-D80 battery grip and wanted a cover for it when I just wanted to walk out of the house and not take my camera case with me. I wasn't 100% sure this Zing model would fit over the zoom lens. It fits perfectly...almost as if it were made for this set-up. Although, if I owned any longer of zoom or lens I would have had to set-up to the next pro mode that fits longer zooms. It includes a clip to attach to one's camera strap when taking off. I checked to see if this gets in the way when shooting and it doesn't as the strap is long enough to keep some distance from the camera.
    Date published: 2009-06-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Lightweight Camera Skin I recently purchased a camera backpack and am often on the go or traveling with my camera so I wasn't looking for a bulky case for it, but wanted something that would protect it in any sort of bag I might put it in. This neoprene 'skin' fits my Cannon Rebel T3i with 18/55mm lens perfectly. It is secures the camera snugly when you wrap the lens through the opening. I remember reading other comments stating this had a bad smell. Yes, initially it does have that rubbery neoprene smell, but I just left it out of the package for a few days and didn't notice it afterwards. Overall it was exactly what I was looking for.
    Date published: 2015-02-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fits Canon 5D Mk II with small lenses The PRO SLR Camera Cover by Zing fits a Canon 5D Mark 2 with a lens that is 3.25 or shorter and up to about 2.5 in diameter. Thus, for most zooms, the Zing isn't going to fit on the camera + lens. But it works with 50mm and 35mm prime lenses installed. It provides good padding when placed loose into a backpack without compartment separators and protects from light rain, dirt and dust when I carry the camera around my neck. At first, it's a bit hard to stretch onto the camera/lens, but with a week of use, it loosens up just enough. Some report that it's complicated to put the Zing onto the camera, but after a while, you get the hang of it, as long as you're not using a lens larger than the dimensions above. It still takes a little effort to put the Zing on the camera, since the lens on the camera is slightly off center of the body, while the Zing lens pouch is centered. And with a 3.25 long lens, it's a tad tight, but much easier with a lens shorter than that. The Zing has a strap that clips (with some difficulty as the clip is overly stiff) onto the camera strap, so you can just let the Zing go free when you remove it from the camera without it dropping into the Grand Canyon. I haven't found few if any other cases online that will fit and work on the 5D Mkii or similarly sized Pro DSLRs. Highly recommended if you need a case. Of course, it's not water proof; but no case like this is. Unlike some reviewers, I was not in any way annoyed by the neoprene smell of the material; it's there, but not enough to smell up your hands, camera or camera bag/pack.
    Date published: 2011-09-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Cover - Exactly What I Wanted This cover was exactly what I was looking for, it fits great on my Cannon Rebel T2i. I'll be doing some traveling and wanted a cover for my camera that I could safely put in my purse and go without my regular bulky camera bag. This is perfect and actually motivates me to take my camera more places since its so easy to carry now. The piece that attaches to your camera's neck strap is also nice so you can take the cover of quickly and shoot a picture without worrying about the cover dropping. Its easy to get on and off and not have to deal with snaps or buckles or anything like that.
    Date published: 2013-04-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good compact camera cover. This is a great easy to use camera cover for when you don't want to bring your whole camera bag and all your gear. It gives just the right amount of protection against light bumps and scratches allowing you to easily throw your camera in a tote or other day bag. The only thing that I don't like is that there are some open spaces in the cover that will allow dust/dirt to enter the case. Otherwise I am very happy with this purchase. It suits my needs and fits my Pentax K20D with lens attached.
    Date published: 2008-10-16
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't fit D300 I've used Zing covers for a long time and they're a great product. This supposedly fits a pro SLR, like a D300 with battery pack, and a 4 lens. It doesn't.
    Date published: 2008-08-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great skin for the camera I picked up a Zing Pro SLR camera cover to wrap around my Pentax K20D (B&H PEK20D) with the D-BG2 battery grip (PEDBG2) and SMCP-DA 18-250mm (PE1825035E) zoom attached. I wanted a quick-on/quick-off skin to cover all of them when all I want is the camera for an outing, and the weather isn't inclement, or when I need to toss the camera into a backpack or case (that won't be checked), and I want to make sure that nothing gets bumped or scratched. This cover does exactly what I wanted. It protects the camera from sharp jolts (though it obviously wouldn't protect from a significant drop), and is easy to put on and take off. It took me several tries to work out a routine for fitting it on the camera, but basically it works like a wetsuit - neoprene is very stretchy, and you stretch it pretty tight to get it on the K20D with all the bells and whistles. It's a bit 'flabby' with the Pentax 18-55mm stock kit lens (B&H PE185535DA), but it fits the body, battery grip and 18-250mm zoom like it was made for them. My only complaints: 1) it smells VERY strongly of neoprene, and since it won't be going in the water with me, that smell isn't likely to go away quickly for a while; and 2) you can have any color you want, as long as it's black (I would have preferred blue -- most of my kit is black, and it's becoming a dark-and-moody theme I'd like to break out of). It also comes with a little clippy-thing that I guess is supposed to secure it to your camera strap, but I immediately removed it and tossed it into a pile of other things I never use, for storage until I can no longer identify it and throw it away.
    Date published: 2008-07-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fits Mamiya 6 I read another reviewer said it fit his Mamiya 7 and thought I would give it a shot on my Mamiya 6. The 6 only varies slightly in design that the lens collapses in the body. This affects the case design a little bit as there is some excess room (2 when using 50 or 75mm lens) in the lens area. With the lens extended out its a perfect fit. Getting the camera in and out takes a little practice but it is well protected and soft neoprene on the paint markings coming in and out of the case which is important on a camera like this where you want to keep all the paint intact. Strap in photo looks like it loops to other side but it doesn't. It is a wrist strap which you can remove all but a small o-ring at the end attached by stitching.
    Date published: 2013-03-14
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