LensCoat Lens Covers...
Moving a big white (or black) lens near skittish wildlife is like waving your arms a sure way to flush your subject and ruin what could be a once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunity. LensCoat Lens Covers mask your 200 mm to 600 mm lens, giving you a better chance at getting the shot.
LensCoat Lens Covers are manufactured from 100% closed-cell neoprene, offering protection from bumps, jars and nicks, with a camouflage-pattern fabric cover. LensCoat Lens Covers also provide a thermal barrier, protecting your hands from cold lenses in lower temperatures. They are easy to install and remove, leaving no residue on the lens. And LensCoat lens covers are waterproof, providing protection in harsh conditions.
Other features include a clear, flexible UV-PVC window over the AF/IS/VR controls and the distance-scale window. The LensCoat also features custom holes that reveal the red-dot for easy alignment to the camera body without removing the cover.
LensCoat for the Canon 70-200 f/2.8 with IS :
LensCoat 70-200 telephoto lens cover offers your valuable equipment some protection from scrapes and bumps, preserving its resale value. It also helps break up the shape of your lens, making it less noticeable to wildlife.
The LensCoat 70-200 features a clear plastic windows over the auto focus and Image Stabilization controls, and also the distance scale. A small hole on the last segment lines up with the red dot indictor, making it easy to quickly line up your lens with camera mount even with the cover installed.
Reviewed by 2 customers
I got this more to 'mask' the white of my lens. I should have used gaffers tape instead. For what it is, it works well. For the price however, use something else. Fitment on the lens hood was good, but there was no way to secure it.
Hard to justify, where [$]goes into this item.It just comes in like strips of material.It lives up to its purpose of keeping your hands warm in the cooler conditions and provides protections from bumps.I personally think it looks better in the photo tha it does in real life.