LensCoat RainCoat Small Sleeve (Forest Green Camo)

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LensCoat
Key Features
  • For Camera/Lens Combinations up to 10"
  • Protects Gear from the Elements
  • Waterproof Poly Tricot Material
  • Rear Access to Camera Controls
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Provide protection to your gear with the RainCoat Small Sleeve (Forest Green Camo) from LensCoat. This product affords easy access to your gear while deflecting water, snow, salt spray, dust, sand, and dirt. The rear part opens for simple use of camera controls, while the bottom features a hook-and-loop closure that allows for the use of manual focus and tripods. Due to its simple and efficient design, the cover does not require a dedicated eyepiece for camera operation.
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$49.99

LensCoat RainCoat Overview

Provide protection to your gear with the RainCoat Small Sleeve (Forest Green Camo) from LensCoat. This product affords easy access to your gear while deflecting water, snow, salt spray, dust, sand, and dirt. The rear part opens for simple use of camera controls, while the bottom features a hook-and-loop closure that allows for the use of manual focus and tripods. Due to its simple and efficient design, the cover does not require a dedicated eyepiece for camera operation.

A waterproof and breathable poly tricot material makes this cover durable and lightweight. Designed for use with body and lens combinations of up to 10" in length, the cover can be adjusted for a tight fit through the use of an elastic cord around the hood section. This classic forest green camouflage pattern is well-suited for general use in wooded areas. This product is made in the USA and comes with a mesh storage pouch that can be used for transportation.

Poly tricot material keeps this product lightweight yet resistant against the elements
Adjustable rear access with cord lock allows for simplified control of your camera
Hook-and-loop closure at the bottom enables the use of tripods and monopods, as well as manual focus control
Elastic cord near hood ensures a snug fit around the lens barrel
No dedicated eyepiece required to use this product
Compatible with LensCoat lens covers, Hoodie lens caps, and camera BodyGuards
Made in the USA

LensCoat RainCoat Specs

MaterialPolyester
Type of ClosureDrawstring, Hook-and-Loop
Tripod MountableYes
Dimensions12" / 30.5 cm
Weight2.1 oz / 59.5 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.22 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.9 x 7.8 x 1.6"
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