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LensCoat RainCoat Standard (Realtree Max4)

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LensCoat
Key Features
  • For DSLRs with Lenses up to 400mm
  • Protects Gear from the Elements
  • Easy Access to Camera Controls and Lens
  • Made From Lightweight Poly Tricot
Protect your gear from the elements with the RainCoat Standard (Realtree Max4) from LensCoat. This product is designed with the outside shooter in mind, offering excellent protection against rain, wind, sand, snow, and dust for your gear. It is designed to fit telephoto lenses with focal lenghts up to 400mm. Made from a lightweight poly tricot material, this coat fits tightly around your lens through the use of a cinch strap. The fold-out arm sleeve has its own dedicated storage pocket and provides access to your camera's controls. A rear opening also provides more full access to your gear, while a hook-and-loop closure at the bottom enables you to use the lens' focus ring.
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LensCoat Standard Overview

Protect your gear from the elements with the RainCoat Standard (Realtree Max4) from LensCoat. This product is designed with the outside shooter in mind, offering excellent protection against rain, wind, sand, snow, and dust for your gear. It is designed to fit telephoto lenses with focal lenghts up to 400mm. Made from a lightweight poly tricot material, this coat fits tightly around your lens through the use of a cinch strap. The fold-out arm sleeve has its own dedicated storage pocket and provides access to your camera's controls. A rear opening also provides more full access to your gear, while a hook-and-loop closure at the bottom enables you to use the lens' focus ring.

The Realtree Max4 design features a wide variety of plant-like patterns that mesh well with trees and vegetation commonly found in wetlands. This makes it well-suited for hiding from birds and other types of wildlife. Optional accessories are available separately, such as LensCoat lens covers, Hoodie lens caps and camera BodyGuards. This product is made in the USA.

No slip rubber around hood section for solid grip on hood
A cinch strap provides a tight fit for several different types of body and lens combinations
Integrated pocket with foldaway arm sleeve for camera control access
Adjustable rear access with cord lock for unrestricted access to your gear
Hook-and-loop bottom closure for tripod and monpod use, as well as manual focus
Compatible with LensCoat lens covers, Hoodie lens caps, and camera BodyGuards

LensCoat Standard Specs

MaterialPolyester
Dimensions20.5" / 52.1 cm
Weight6.4 oz / 181.4 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.44 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.85 x 9.75 x 2"

LensCoat Standard Reviews

Could be longer

By William H.
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2019-02-11

Typical Lenscoat high quality product, but it’s a bit short for my Canon 100-400 lens. Needs to be about three inches longer to properly accommodate this lens. I’ll keep it anyway because there’s nothing on the market any better.

Effective but?????

By Dale
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-05-17

Build quality and workmanship are of top quality. The fit and effectiveness seem good and after using it at a very very soggy and wet soccer tournament it lived up to its purpose. My only complaint/drawback is after slipping it onto your camera and affixing it to your lens the back of the camera has a simple drawstring. You can not close it tightly or you will cover everything including the viewfinder! Leaving it open enough to see and operate the camera then leaves a major opening for rain etc to hit the back of the camera. Luckily the weekend I needed it was a steady drizzle but little or no wind so I was able to block the back of the camera with my hat and hood. But any heavier rain or wind would've been a major problem!

Great !

By Anna Marie
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-03-11

I just received this, to use with my Nikon D700 and the Nikon 200-500mm F5.6 lens mounted on a really right stuff side mount gimbal head. With the lens hood attached there is enough length to use with a tele-converter attached too. Fits perfectly. Easy on easy off. Does use some velcro but once set you should not need to be opening and closing it. The fabric makes a crinkling sound when fixing it but quiet enough that I don't think it will startle any wildlife. Looking forward to using it. You have the option to use the hand access or not but I think it will be great to have. I plan to use it not only in the nasty elements but also to camouflage the equipment.

easy to use and built tuff

By fabien
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-03-07

great stuff....

Works well; protects camera & lens

By Lowe
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-09-20

Purchased for a Canon SLR with 100 - 400 lens. Used last month on a trip to Alaska - very pleased.

Disappointed

By Marian
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2018-09-08

I purchased this about a year ago. Today 9/8/18 was the first chance I really got to use it in the rain. It has been raining in my area off and on for the last week. Today was a ranch rodeo I'd been looking forward to shooting since last year. At the rodeo I was in a slow, steady light rain for 3 hours. At times it rained a little heavier but it was not a downpour, just raining. This "rain coat" soaked through. I had it on my Canon 7D II and 70-300 lens. The lens was wet and the rain coat ended up sticking to my lens & camera and left a sticky residue on both. I guess if it had just been a light misty rain there might not have been a problem. I will be searching for a more water-proof cover.

Bigger than I really needed

By Guy
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2018-03-08

Bought for wife's P900 getting ready for a trip to Alaska.� Too big to fit that camera properly, but will work fine for my 80-200 and 300 mm, so it will work for me.� Seems to be well made and should be useful.� I can see where trying it on at home will have value, because it might be slow if the first time you really needed it you were having to figure it all out in the rain.� Delivered faster than FedEx promised as well.

Exactly what I needed!!

By Luther
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-06-12

Took an Alaskan Cruise. Wanted rain protection for my camera and this raincoat delivered. Fine misty rain to light rain virtually the entire trip. Not once did I worry about the camera. Covered a Nikon D500 with 70-200 f2.8 or my 300 f4 PF with ease and room to spare. As other reviewers indicate, try it on and know how it attaches before you need it. I used a round rubber lens shade on both lens that make for a secure attachment to the front of the lens to keep the raincoat in place. It was easy as both lens are 77mm filter size. I received numerous comments from other photographers. I could shoot when they could not and have the shots to prove it. Dries quickly and packs away nicely. It now has a regular place in my bag.

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is it long enough for a canon 400mm f5.6 lens with hood fully extended and 1.4 extender and extension tubes added ( approximately 18 inches in length )?
Asked by: sanjay c.
Yes, the RainCoat Standard is 20 in length and will fit your setup. It is designed for the 400mm f/5.6 lens.
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Is it good for a Sigma 150-600 or is it too big?
Asked by: Agustin
Yes this would be compatible with the Sigma 150-600
Answered by: Moe
Date published: 2020-03-13

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It sounds like the Pro is too big. Will the Standard fit a Tamron 150-600 lens?
Asked by: PATRICIA T.
I've been using it with a Nikon D300s and Nikon 80-400 (the new one). It fits this combination with a little room to spare.
Answered by: Eric E.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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can this work for a smaller lens like a 24-105?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, the LensCoat RainCoat Standard will work with smaller lens/camera combinations. You are able to adjust the Rain Coat with cinch straps.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will it work with a Nikon D90 and a 150-500 lens?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, the LensCoat RainCoat Standard will be compatible with the Nikon D90 and 150-500mm Sigma lens.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Can this rain cover be used in conjunction with a Gimbal head that is mounted on my tripod?
Asked by: Gayla K.
I do not see why not. I use a Monopod on my Nikon 80-400 with the RainCoat. In fact I will be using this same configuration this evening as it is supposed to rain during the High School Soccer Game. There is a fairly good length Velcro enclosure along the lenses bottom side that allows my left hand to go into. I seem to recall finding a few YouTube reviews on the RainCoat. Just go to YouTube and search the Brand and Model name.
Answered by: Eric E.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will this work with a D810 and a Nikon 200-500 lens
Asked by: David B.
It should work fine I have a Tamron 200-500 with room to spare
Answered by: David N.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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