Vortex Media Pro Storm Jacket Cover for an SLR Camera with a Large Lens Measuring 14" to 23" from Rear of Body to Front of Lens, Color: Black

Vortex Media Pro Storm Jacket Cover for an SLR Camera with a Large Lens Measuring 14" to 23" from Rear of Body to Front of Lens, Color: Black

Price: $47.95

Details

  • Brand: Vortex
  • Color: Black
  • Manufacturer: Vortex
  • Model: PSJLB
  • Weight: 20

Features

  • Protect your investment in any weather!
  • On/Off in 5 seconds
  • Adjustable closures for custom fit
  • Constructed of water repellent AquaNylon
  • Standard StormJacket Available in Red, Black, Yellow, Camo

Description

Pro Storm Jacket Camera Covers are the most compact and portable camera protection you can carry with you everywhere you go . . . so you won't hesitate to use it anytime the camera is going to get wet, dirty, or sit in the sun. They are perfect for live shots setups, locker room celebrations, shooting in rain, drizzle, snow, and dusty or dirty environments. They aren't meant to replace heavy-duty covers and rain slickers costing hundreds of dollars when you really need that level of protection. Pro Storm Jackets can be slipped on and off in less than 5 seconds, which means you'll actually use them when you'd otherwise just let the camera get wet because you didn't want to struggle with a bulky cover. When you're done with it, just shake it off, stuff it back into its zippered case, and shove it in a pocket. The cover and case together only weigh about 2-5 ounces depending on the model. The Medium size (recommended for most customers) works well for short lenses up through 300-400mm f/2.8. Measure your camera/lens from the rear of the body to the front of the lens. If it's 7"-15", this is the cover for you. The Large size is built for very long lenses. Measure your camera/lens from the rear of the body to the front of the lens. If it's 14"-23", this is the cover for you...but, you might want to get a smaller size to go with it. The XL Xtra Large size is built for extra long len ses. Measure your camera/lens from the rear of the body