TravelCoat® Canon 400 f/2.8 IS I/II w/hood Digital Camo

TravelCoat® Canon 400 f/2.8 IS I/II w/hood Digital Camo
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TravelCoat covers are made of 3mm thick shock-absorbing closed cell neoprene. Custom tailored to fit you lens providing protection allowing you more valuable room for packing and storage. Slides over lens quickly and easily with a Velcro closure.

Use with the appropriate Hoodie for complete lens protection.

TravelCoats are available in Black, Forest Green, Realtree Max4 , Realtree Snow, and Digital Camo.

* This cover is designed for use with the lens hood on in the reverse position

** Compatible stock or replacement foot

*** Works great with a LensCoat lens cover.

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TravelCoat covers are made of 3mm thick shock-absorbing closed cell neoprene. Custom tailored to fit you lens providing protection allowing you more valuable room for packing and storage. Slides over lens quickly and easily with a Velcro closure.

Use with the appropriate Hoodie for complete lens protection.

TravelCoats are available in Black, Forest Green, Realtree Max4 , Realtree Snow, and Digital Camo.

* This cover is designed for use with the lens hood on in the reverse position

** Compatible stock or replacement foot

*** Works great with a LensCoat lens cover.

TravelCoat® Canon 400 f/2.8 IS I/II w/hood Digital Camo
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by Jose Hernandez Date Added: Thursday 15 December, 2011
It does what is designed to do. I use it with a hoodie as a second line of defense against over-jealous flight attendants that refuse to allow my camera backpack aboard even, when it fits under the seat or overhead compartment. I just pull the lens out of the pack and carry the lens aboard with some protection. Also a carry and light duffel bag (inside the backpack) where I stow smaller lenses and camera bodies (I also use LensPouches and BodyBags to protect lenses and camera bodies for protection for these circumstances). I leave the less critical gear of in the backpack hoping for the best. Of course all my equipment is fully insured since the airlines are not responsible for the baggage that is denied entry aboard the plane as a carry-on...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Ezio Giovanni Tassone Date Added: Thursday 01 January, 2009
I'm very satisfied and I'll recommend you to all Italian sport photographers I know!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by sandro tessoni Date Added: Friday 15 August, 2008
it\'s at the limit of the diameter of the lens but it\'s possible to use it

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
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