SKU: GC47-TT619

Think Tank Emergency Rain Cover - Medium

Think Tank Emergency Rain Cover - Medium

The Emergency Rain Covers are a simple, compact solution to protect your gear from a downpour or dusty conditions.

Never let bad weather catch you off guard!

Features:

Seam-sealed for extreme protection in downpour or dusty conditions

Compresses into an included compact carrying pouch

Oversize window to view your LCD and controls

Ability to access your camera through one cinchable sleeve

Mountable to tripod or monopod

Dual viewing configurations for varying conditions

Hot-shoe mount keeps cover located on camera during use

Non-slip, adjustable strap attaches directly to the lens hood

DWR coating for an extra layer of protection

Materials:

Exterior:

70D Taffeta seam-sealed rip-stop plus polyurethane film

Polyurethane seam tape

High-density shock cord

Nylon webbing

Heavy-duty non-slip material

3-ply bonded nylon thread

Regular price $72.00
Sale price $72.00 Regular price $95.00
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Think Tank Emergency Rain Cover - Medium

The Emergency Rain Covers are a simple, compact solution to protect your gear from a downpour or dusty conditions.

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