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OpTech 9001208 OpTech Rainsleeve 20-Pk Display Box

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Disposable plastic

by D Chakravarti on 5/22/2012

These are disposable plastic camera + lense sleeves. It has a drawstring at the lens end for securing. Works good. But it is made from cheap material, so you's be more inclinded to trash it after using, instead of packing it back in your bag. Wish Optech would redesign this with a more durable plastic that does not stick to water.

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Product Overview

The RAINSLEEVE from OP/TECH USA is the must-have accessory for avid outdoor photographers, offering a shield from the elements that fits easily in the pocket or camera bag. It features a unique eyepiece opening that adapts to most camera viewfinders, allowing composition of shots through the camera's lens, not through the plastic. All camera and lens controls are easily seen and operated through the RAINSLEEVE. It can be used either handheld or on a tripod. If shooting with a long lens, the tripod mount can be attached directly through the pliable plastic. If shooting using an OP/TECH USA neck strap, simply attach the quick disconnects directly through the pliable plastic. (Note - verify that you have a positive lock on the quick disconnects.)The drawstring enclosure will fit any lens up to seven inches in diameter and up to 18 inches long. Conveniently packaged with two per bag, the RAINSLEEVE is the economical way to make sure camera gear is protected in any kind of unexpected weather.

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Manufacturer Optech USA
Mfg Part# 9001208
SKU 210567727
UPC 711554902084
UPC 14 00711554902084
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Disposable plastic by D Chakravarti on May 22, 2012

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