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LensCoat RainCoat Pro
LensCoat RainCoat Pro
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LensCoat RainCoat provides protection for your camera and lens from the elements like rain, snow, salt spray, dirt, sand and dust while allowing you easy access to the camera and lens controls. The RainCoat Pro is for DSLRs with lenses from 300mm 2.8 - 800mm. For DSLRs with small lenses up to 70-200mm please see the Standard version. The RainCoat is constructed from a lightweight waterproof, breathable poly tricot material. The seams are tape sealed for maximum protection. No dedicated eyepiece required.

The RainCoat goes on quickly and easily. Its versatility through the use of the cinch straps allows you to adjust the length of the cover and to keep it snug around your lens. It has a fold out arm sleeve from its integrated pocket for access to the camera controls. You can also access the camera through the rear opening and the lens through the hook & loop bottom closure.

  • No slip rubber around hood section for solid grip on hood (no bungee cord)
  • Cinch Straps adjust cover length by folding the material over itself and keep cover snug
  • Integrated pocket with foldaway arm sleeve for camera control access
  • Hook & Loop bottom closure for tripod, monopod, and manual focus
  • Adjustable rear access with cord lock allows for easy camera access
  • Tape seam sealed
  • Mesh storage and transportation pouch included
  • Hood extension sleeve included for 600mm and 800mm lenses
  • Compatible with LensCoat lens covers, Hoodie lens caps and camera BodyGuards
  • Made in the USA
  • Pro model - 30.5" 8.6oz (hood extension for 600mm & 800mm 8" 2.4oz)
  • Available in 4 color options: Realtree Max 4, Black, Green, and Navy.

Care: Allow to dry before storing and clean with water only. Do not machine wash or dry. Do not dry clean.

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Item #: LCRCP-M4
Our Price: $9995
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5 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Roger Lauzon
January 15, 2013
Excellent product and excellent service and delivery

Advantages: great for my outdoor assignation

Disadvantages: none
June 18, 2012
Outstanding product! Mine arrived just before parting for Maine and was used on my 600mm while shooting Peregrine Falcon fledglings, when it started to rain lightly. The Lens Coat went on easily and protected both my camera body and lens very well. I was very glad I had it, because it allowed me to continue shooting with peace of mind.
Colleen Easley
May 4, 2012
This is a quality, well made Lens Jacket. It's easy to put on and does the job to protect your camera and long lens. I'm using it with my Nikon 200-400mm f/4 VR and there is plenty of room to fit a longer lens. Just be sure you have your lens settings set the way you want them before installing as they are difficult to get to once you have it on your lens.

Advantages: Keeps equipment dry.
Easy access to camera.
Nice fit.

Disadvantages: Any lens rain protection is going to make it harder to get to your lens controls and this is no exception.
Greg Downing
December 10, 2011
Yes - it works with any gimbal or ball head - there is a near-full length velcro strip across the bottom that allows a lot of flexibility.
Dan Logan
December 10, 2011
Anyone know if this fits properly with a 600mmwhen using a Wimberley gimbal head? The marketing materials show a ballhead.

I have multiple LensCoat products and have been very happy with them.
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