LensCoat Canon 400 f/5.6 Lens Cover (Digital Camo) camouflage neoprene camera lens protection sleeve LC40056DC

$79.99

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  • Protection from bumps, dings, nicks, and the elements like water, sand, dust etc.
  • Camoflauge patterns help conceal by breaking up the shape of the lens
  • Neoprene acts as a thermal barrier protecting hands from hot and cold
  • Slides on like a sleeve
  • Made in the USA

Brands:

LENSCOAT

Product Code:

B0087MZS6O

Availability:

In Stock
Color:digital camo

From the Manufacturer

LensCoat for the Canon 400 f/5.6 Digital Camo. LensCoat telephoto lens covers 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 LensCoat 400 has small hole on the last segment lines up with the red dot indictor, making it easy to quickly line up your lens with camera mount even with the cover installed. Please note that the new version of this LensCoat covers the lens when the hood is extended.


Product information Color:digital camo Product Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 inches Item Weight 2.4 ounces ASIN B0087MZS6O Item model number LC40056DC

There have been many reviews for this coat, so I figured I would just sum up what has previously been said.

This coat is premium quality. The neoprene is perfectly made and cut, and I have found absolutely no problems with the quality at all. It is durable, and does its job.

I expected it to

a) camouflage a crappy-colored animal-scaring whitish lens
b) keep bare hands warm in colder weather
c) protect from scarring the lens body

It nailed all three things. I'm glad I bought it, and wouldn't take it back. The 4 stars is not for the product, it is for the sale. This coat is expensive. I mean, hard to believe expensive. SERIOUSLY expensive. Since this company alone is manufacturing these custom-fit coats, they can dominate price-wise. In the end, when you dump $1300 into a lens, you're gonna want to invest a bit to protect it. And for what it achieves, this is a product worth buying.

I am satisfied with the product, This coat is premium quality. have found absolutely no problems put it on the lens. is amazing piece for protecting the lens from scratches and bumps. i'm bird photographer, i Don't plan to ever remove it from my lens.
I would recommend it to any nature photographer.

I guess I agree with everyone else. I like the cover on the lens; makes it grippy, padded, and looks cool. But you seriously will be questioning your sanity when you see what you get for the price, in its little bag. Wickedly expensive. Also, I note that the description says: "... clear, flexible UV-PVC window over the AF/IS/VR controls and the distance-scale window." Mine does not have that. It just gives you two strips of adhesive neoprene to cover the parts of the AF window section and tripod collar section that you choose to cover. Doesn't matter to me, but if you are expecting that, you might be disappointed.

Much better quality than I expected. Expensive, yes, but the quality makes the price less of an issue. Once you have used this in the field, you won't worry about how much it cost anymore.

Feels kind of springy, which gives the lens some grip and gives a little little bit of shock absorption when setting the lens down or putting it in my bag. Of course this is very welcomed in cold weather. I would definitely buy this again.

Not overly happy with this but it’s good. Initially thought of returning it, but decided to keep it. My Lens need some protection and also it’s helps holding the lens better.
Need to to in field whether birds still fly away the minute I focus or ignore me and stay