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Hydrophobia Flash 70-200 SLR Rain Cover

Hydrophobia Flash 70-200 SLR Rain Cover (Image courtesy Think Tank)
By Andrew Liszewski

Don’t let a little inclement weather put a damper on your next photography outing. Think Tank Photo’s Hydrophobia Flash 70-200 SLR rain cover can accommodate a professional sized SLR camera with up to a 70-200 f2.8 lens attached, protecting it from rain, snow and even blowing sand. It’s got a clear flash tower that can be popped up allowing you to still use a strobe, a handy retainer loop for securing a hanging strap, a clear back window for chimping your digital camera’s LCD display and even oversized sleeves on each side for keeping your hands and forearms dry during operation. And depending on how much your camera cost, the Hydrophobia’s $145 price tag will either seem like a drop in the bucket or a hefty (though completely worthwhile) investment.

[ Hydrophobia Flash 70-200 SLR Rain Cover ] VIA [ Wired Gadget Lab ]








  • Jessicat

    The plastic case for my small camera costs the same. It's pretty expensive to take photos in crappy weather.

  • Jessicat

    The plastic case for my small camera costs the same. It's pretty expensive to take photos in crappy weather.