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A rain cover provides optimal protection for your video camera, photo camera and/or lenses during the most diverse weather conditions.

 

Rain cover

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    A rain cover provides optimal protection for your video camera, photo camera and/or lenses during the most diverse weather conditions.

     

    Why a rain cover?

    As a photographer or filmmaker, you like to be well-prepared to shoot at various outdoor locations. A rain cover isn't an unnecessary luxury, as weather conditions can change in a short time. Even a little wind can cause some damage to your valuable device, let alone the potential damage from rain or hail. That is why it is also important to purchase suitable covers for your equipment. With large equipment such as professional video cameras and the associated lenses, it is necessary to be able to quickly change covers.

    Effective in different weather conditions

    The big advantage of using a rain cover is that you can still continue making recordings under varying weather conditions. It especially important to be able to respond quickly to changing weather conditions when capturing hours of footage during festivals, events and natural phenomena. Rain covers for large video cameras often have an ocular opening so that you can continue filming during rain showers without the camera and lens getting wet. Modern rain covers are made of high-quality materials such as polyester, PVC or polytricot.

     
     
     
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