LensCoat RainCoat Small Sleeve (Realtree Max4)

LensCoat RainCoat Small Sleeve (Realtree Max4)

LensCoat RainCoat Small Sleeve (Realtree Max4)

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LensCoat RainCoat Small Sleeve (Realtree Max4) Pouch

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Product Highlights

  • For Camera/Lens Combinations up to 10"
  • Protects Gear from the Elements
  • Waterproof Poly Tricot Material
  • Rear Access to Camera Controls
  • Lens Access via Bottom Closure
  • No Dedicated Eyepiece Required
  • Mesh Storage Pouch Included
  • Realtree Max4 Color Scheme
  • Made in the USA
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Provide protection to your gear with the RainCoat Small Sleeve (Realtree Max4) 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. The Realtree Max4 color scheme 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. 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
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LensCoat RainCoat Small Sleeve (Realtree Max4)
  • Mesh Storage Pouch
  • Limited 30-Day Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Compatibility Camera/lens combinations up to 10.0" (25.4 cm)
    Material Poly tricot
    Length 12.0" (30.5 cm)
    Weight 2.1 oz (59.5 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.0 x 7.6 x 1.6"
    RainCoat Small Sleeve (Realtree Max4) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 18.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best Option I have yet to find a perfect solution for the times I am forced to shoot in wet conditions, so far this is the best option I have found. With the LensCoat Rain Sleeve I am still able to access the controls and viewfinder easily. It works best for me when cinched onto a lens hood (rather than the lens barrel) leaving the bottom open for my tripod. The rain sleeve drapes back over the camera leaving the back of the camera somewhat exposed. I have not found this to be a problem in the real world. The light weight and flexibility of the fabric allows it to mold to the equipment enough that zooming in or out does not create problems with the cover.
    Date published: 2016-06-06
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Overpriced Hi I purchased the big one and bandy quickly swapped it for the smaller one. The moment it came it started to rain so I had a good chance to test it in the rain. First of it works. No problems there. However the zipper broke in the first try. It doesn't come with a manual and best practices. Sure why would you need one right? well if you plan to use it with a 50mm, 85mm or the likes it won't work with a small as it is clumsy to get it fixed and too big. Even if you fix it the zipper gets in the way and the worst part is once the zipper brakes(and i was very gentle) there is no way about it. Therefore other then shielding it from the rain(which you could do with a bag), I don't know what I paid this much for a low a quality product.
    Date published: 2014-09-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT FOR CAMERA WITH 70-200MM F2.8 LENS I live right on the ocean on the Central Coast Oregon where it rains almost every day of the year and there are giant waves and tons of saltwater spray. (Of course that's where the great seascape photos are!) This Lens Coat Rain Coat Pro covers my Nikon D4 and the Nikkor 70-200mm, f2.8 lens with room to spare. I can get both hands into the rain coat and operate all the controls on both the camera and the lens. It's well constructed and keeps the rain and salt water off my equipment.
    Date published: 2014-01-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does a great job keeping the camera dry. I bought the RainCoat due to the fact that I do quite a bit of outdoor location shooting, and I needed something to protect my camera in rainy and misty conditions. It does an excellent job of keeping the camera dry, it's compact & easy to store, and it's easy to put it on in the field. Since the RainCoat is opaque and covers the entire camera, I was worried that it would impare my ability to use the camera's controls, but after a couple minutes of use, I found that I could do everything I needed to without any problems, even with the drawstrings pulled tight and the hook & loop seam sealed. I could easily adjust aperture, exposure time, and focus, and I had no problem at all with the shutter button. I must note a few things, however: 1.) I use an Op/Tech USA Utility Sling strap, which connects on only one side of the camera. This single connection allows me to put the strap connector through the hook & loop opening in the RainCoat. If I used a strap that connected on both sides of the camera (as most straps do), I'm not sure that the RainCoat would be nearly as functional as I wouldn't be able to use my strap and the RainCoat at the same time. 2.) I use a Canon 5D mkii, and I keep an EP-EX15 eyepiece extender in my bag at all times (something I did before purchasing the RainCoat). Since the RainCoat has a drawstring closure which seals around the eyepiece of the camera, I found that it's very nearly essential to attatch the EP-EX15 inorder to allow the RainCoat to close properly. 3.) I rarely use the LCD panel on the camera in the field. If I did, I might rate this product slightly lower because it would have to be unsealed on one end in order to allow visual access to the LCD. All in all, I consider the RainCoat an essential part of my kit, and I wouldn't consider going out into the field without it. As an added bonus, it also seems to remain relatively dust and oil free (even after hours of use in the field), so I use it to gently brush away dust from my lenses when swapping or storing them. I wouldn't clean lenses with it, but it does a great job of lightly brushing away dust without leaving oils behind.
    Date published: 2013-08-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from serves its purpose ! Its Gore Tex, so I washed it, (No fabric softeners on Gore-tex) and it became less stiff fabric. I then placed rubber bands on lens hood so draw string does not slip forward or reverse. Now it works well and serves its purpose admirably!
    Date published: 2017-07-12
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from LensCoat RainCoat RS (Small, Navy) I returned this product since it didn't suit my needs. I bought the small size for my Canon 5D Mk II and 24-104 lens, which is my most commonly used lens. I found it basically too small and difficult to cinch the front closure around the lens. Furthermore, I couldn't close off the backend despite what is shown in the product shots. Normally you would leave it open to operate the camera in light rain. But in a sudden heavy downpour, it would be nice to seal off the end, which you can't do with this size rain sleeve. Finally, I could not close down the front around the lens unless the hood is installed (which, admittedly, you'll likely have on in a rainy situation). But in any case, it does not stay on tightly and the front of the lens can be easily exposed when zooming. The larger size sleeves may resolve some of these problems, but I wouldn't recommend the small size.
    Date published: 2013-10-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from peace of mind This gives me peace of mind when photograpohing in rain or snow, or some salt spray. It allows me to concentyrate of the subject and images rather than worry about the equipment.
    Date published: 2014-01-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality purchase indeed. Works as advertised. Probably wouldn't use it in a monsoon but have used it in the rain and it protected my gear.
    Date published: 2017-02-21
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