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Pro Storm Jacket Waterproof Telephoto Cover
Pro Storm Jacket Waterproof Telephoto Cover 2
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February 7, 2012
I bought the Pro Storm Jacket Waterproof Telephoto Cover to use with my Nikon D300s & 70-200 VRII lens. It fits well and is a great improvement over my old Tenba rain cover (which it replaced). It's considerably less bulky and lighter than the LensCoat Raincoat. As such, it's the perfect "carry it in my pocket when I'm hiking just in case it starts raining" accessory.
Advantages: Lightweight, easy to put on, easy to use and easy to carry.
December 16, 2011
I have two different sizes of the Storm Jacket Pro and they work great on my Nikon D300 with a 70-200 and my Nikon D300s and 200-400. They are useful in rain, sleet or snow and are lightweight and easy to pack in a camera bag.
I especially like the velcro bottom strip that allows for use on a tripod or monopod and to get a hand inside for zooming or manual focusing.
Since the carrier packs look exactly the same, I bought a black and a camo so I know which size is which when I unzip the carrier.
Advantages: Price; sizes; weight; packing ability; use as raincover
Disadvantages: Since I use them mostly for wildlife photography, I wish they came in more colors that would blend in, like tan (coyote) or brown or white for snow or dark green.