LensCoat® Canon 400 f/2.8 IS III Black

LensCoat® Canon 400 f/2.8 IS III Black
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LensCoat® for the Canon 400 f/2.8 with IS III

LensCoat® 400 II telephoto lens cover offers your valuable equipment some protection from scrapes and bumps, preserving its resale value. It also help break up the shape of your lens, making it less noticeable to wildlife. The neoprene LensCoat also acts as a thermal barrier making your lens more comfortable to handle in hot and cold tempertures.

The LensCoat® 400 III features a clear plastic windows over the auto focus and Image Stabilization controls, and also the distance scale. A small notch on the last segment lines up with the red dot indicator, making it easy to quickly line up your lens with camera mount even with the cover installed.

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LensCoat® for the Canon 400 f/2.8 with IS III

LensCoat® 400 II telephoto lens cover offers your valuable equipment some protection from scrapes and bumps, preserving its resale value. It also help break up the shape of your lens, making it less noticeable to wildlife. The neoprene LensCoat also acts as a thermal barrier making your lens more comfortable to handle in hot and cold tempertures.

The LensCoat® 400 III features a clear plastic windows over the auto focus and Image Stabilization controls, and also the distance scale. A small notch on the last segment lines up with the red dot indicator, making it easy to quickly line up your lens with camera mount even with the cover installed.

LensCoat® Canon 400 f/2.8 IS III Black
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by Keith Lightbody Date Added: Sunday 27 January, 2019
I purchased the LensCoat® Canon 400 f/2.8 IS III Realtree Max5 version. It was straight forward to fit and the Max5 version will offer a bit more flexibility in fitting in with local vegetation during both our dry summer and wet winter. However an even more important reason was to protect my new lens! The padding was valuable protection each day for the last 3 weeks as I dashed around a boat 50 kilometres off shore from Bremer Bay in the rocking seas of the southern ocean photographing killer whales and albatrosses...

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