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Aquatic rain covers
Bob Ford, Photographer
Lehighton | Pa | USA | Posted: 2:41 PM on 07.13.17
->> I'm looking at getting some rain covers for my body and lenses.

Does anyone know if I would need a large or extra large to fit a F5 with a 400 2.8 with double hood?
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Bob Ford, Photographer
Lehighton | Pa | USA | Posted: 2:42 PM on 07.13.17
->> Aquatech, not aquatic.
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David Dennis, Photographer
Bakersfield | Ca | US | Posted: 10:40 AM on 07.17.17
->> From looking at the B&H website the large should work. It says the large fits lens lengths up to 480mm.
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David Seelig, Photographer
Hailey | ID | USA | Posted: 6:52 PM on 07.17.17
->> call Jofy at Roberts he will know
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Joe Boyd, Photographer
Huntsville | AL | USA | Posted: 6:59 PM on 07.19.17
->> The fit length of Aquatech Sport Shields is the physical length of the lens, hood(s), and body combined (back of the body to the front of the lens hood). I measured an F5, 400/2.8 AFS-II, and both lens hoods at 533mm. The XLarge is supposed to accommodate up to 530mm. Check with Jody at Roberts to be sure.
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Dan Powers, Photographer
Appleton | WI | USA | Posted: 11:22 PM on 07.19.17
->> Go with a Think Tank Photo cover. Ask Jody at Roberts Imaging. 1-800-726-5544.
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Andrew Dolph, Photographer
Akron | OH | United States | Posted: 9:49 AM on 07.23.17
->> Bob, I just picked up the ThinkTank Hydrophobia for focal length ranges between 300 and 600. Tested the cover shooting three football games in a row in the rain all day yesterday, and just like all other ThinkTank products I use, performance is phenomenal. The price point was appropriate as well. Many years ago - probably 10 now, I used an AquaTech cover that seemed to block out water for only a few hours in drizzle, FWIW.
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