Storm Jacket Rain Covers

Started Feb 11, 2006 | Discussions
Jimdetinman9 Regular Member • Posts: 478
Don't like the big logo, check out the Kata

weather protector Kata E690. I have one and there's no big logo, there's a clear vinyl top so you can see the camera controls, pull stretch cords to close up the arm holes and a flexible round piece to go around lens hoods and keep it in position. A very nice weather protector for about $33 at Adorama, B&H and others. Check it out by Googling on Kata E690. There's no big logo, only a small sewn-in tag with the Kata logo. Small and rolls up to fit nicely in a bag pocket or a jacket pocket.

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jim

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Jimdetinman9 Regular Member • Posts: 478
Oh yeah. Kata makes several other sizes for diff

cameras. Go to

http://www.kata-bags.com/category.asp?id=61&perentId=4&ProdLine=4

for a listing of all the models.

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Tario Senior Member • Posts: 1,405
what aboout for COLD weather?

I often thought about this..well I live in a cold climate half the year so it's pretty obvious to wonder-is there anything out there like a thermal sleeve, or soething that would maintain constant heat on the body and lens..
That would be amaizng....
Something form fitting to the body and lens you have..and are using..

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XC202 New Member • Posts: 1
Re: Storm Jacket Rain Covers - not so good

It's a challenge ordering items site unseen however I don't feel the Storm Jacket Rain Cover lives up to the description. You would do just as well with a plastic bag and an elastic. I was very disappointed with the product.

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