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PortaBrace Rain Slicker for NEX-FS700

Key Features
  • Protects the Camcorder from Rain
  • Cordura Shell with a Waterproof Lining
  • Lens Cover Accommodates Follow Focus
  • Clear Vinyl Windows for Viewing Controls
The Porta Brace Rain Slicker for NEX-FS700 provides the camcorder with protection from adverse weather conditions. The Rain Slicker is made of a Cordura material with a waterproof lining. The lens cover is designed to accommodate different size lenses and even allows sufficient space and access for operating a follow focus. Other features include clear vinyl windows and a microphone fly.
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Expected availability: 4-6 weeks
$34/mo. suggested payments for 6 Mos.
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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
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I'm planning a shoot that is involved with painting, and more important - SPRAY painting. I thought about getting this rain slicker to cover the camera from haze of paint. I can see that there is a window on the SIDE of the lens, but is there a window covering the FRONT of the lens itself (somewhat like a scuba diving case), or is it completely exposed? Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Asked by: Anonymous
This is a traditional rain slicker that is designed to keep rain and snow from above off the lens. You'll want to add a matte box with a cheap filter to protect the lens front. That squared off cover in front works well with a matte box. I used it once w/o a matte box on a windy day, and the sides of the slicker kept blowing into frame at 18mm.
Answered by: Douglas S.
Date published: 2018-08-28


I use Zeiss Compact Prime Lenses with this camera. Will the rain cover protect my CP lenses?
Asked by: Anonymous
While not my favorite rain slicker by any means, it did ultimately protect the camera completely and only the front of the lenses got wet (and the UV filter took care of that). The only lens I used that extended long enough to barely peek out beyond the cover was the Canon EF 70-200mm IS F2.8. Everything else I used sat well back from the front and even the filters rarely got wet.
Answered by: Douglas S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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