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#11 pvstoy

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Posted 26 March 2017 - 07:55 PM

We own LensCoat rain covers in various sizes.  We have used gallon or 2 gallon freezer Ziploc bags with success.  These OP/TECH covers were also used with success https://www.amazon.c...pf_rd_i=3346261
 

Even back in the old days took a small plastic bag and put the camera in it and placed a rubber band on the end of the lens and cut the plastic end off for the lens to poke through.

 

Many different ways and cost. 

 

Storing in your pack use a Ziploc bag and that will keep the unit dry if your pack takes a unexpected dunk in water.


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#12 Timothy McGowen

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Posted 29 March 2017 - 07:02 PM

I keep a couple kitchen sized trash bags and rubber bands in my camera bag just in case I get caught without anything.


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