Protect Your Camera From Rain, On The Cheap

Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by Jeff Colburn, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. Jeff Colburn

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    It’s that time of year when Monsoons are dumping rain all over Arizona. That’s also the time I’m outside trying to get some lightning photographs. It was always a challenge to protect my equipment from the rain without buying some expensive gear. I didn’t want to spend a lot of money for rain protection that I only need for one month out of the year. Then I found the Rainsleeve OP/TECH USA Rainsleeve 18" - Set of 2 - The NatureScapes.Net Store. It’s only $5.99 for two, with no sales tax and free shipping.



    My Rainsleeves arrived today, and they’re great. There’s a hole in the back I can put around my eyepiece, while still keeping a watertight seal, and it’s made from a heavier gauge plastic than I was expecting. Check it out.


    Have Fun,
    Jeff
     
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    sweeet I got a couple to throw in my camera bag so if i get caught in the rain i can get one out and throw it on and keep shooting thanks for saying how good they are
     
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    I heard about those on the Photofocus podcast, thanks for the reminder.
    I'm going to order them right now. :thumbup:
     
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    Looks like something I need to put in the bag. Thanks for the post.
     

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