The LensCoat BodyGuard Pro CB (Clear Back) is a camera body cover made from soft shock-absorbing neoprene, protecting your camera from the nicks, dings and scratches of accidental impact WHILE YOUR LENS IS ATTACHED.
Like the BodyGuard Pro it also keeps the camera body free from dust and dirt as well as protects itfrom the elements AND it REDUCES SHUTTER NOISE. The BodyGuard Pro CB has a clearplastic back allowing you to use the camera with the cover on.
Most buttons and switches can be accessed through the thin plastic back. The BodyGuard Pro CB also has finger access slits on the side for additional access to buttons and switches.
The shutter button can easily be depressed through the neoprene or by sliding you finger under the cover. The BodyGuard Pro CB goes on and off easily allowing you to change batteries and memory cards quick and easy and has access for flash and camera straps.
Designed to slide over pro camera bodies such as: Canon 1D, 1Ds, 1D Mark II, 1D Mark IIN, 1Ds Mark II, 1D Mark III, 1Ds Mark III Nikon D1, D1H, D1X, D2H, D2Hx, D2Xs, D3, D3x
Designed to fit prosumer bodies with the optional body grip installed: Canon 10D 20D 20Da 30D, 40D, 50D Digital Rebel/XT/XTi (300D/350D/400D), 5D Nikon D40 D40x D50 D70 D70s D80 D90 D100 D200 D300 D700
Also fits SLR bodies with extended power winders approximately 6.25"w x6.5"h x 3"d. The BodyGuard can accommodate cameras with L-brackets mounted
The BodyGuard is available in Black, Forest Green, Realtree Max4 HD, Realtree Hardwoods Snow, and Digital Camo.
Reviewed by 2 customers
I'm a professional stage photographer. This product is very good for silent environment e.g. stage photography and take pic for small baby.
This item works to protect my camera from some lumps, bumps and other mild hiccups. Its difficult to operate the camera while its in this . I like to have access to my cards and batteries (i use a grip) at all times. Its nice to have inside my camera duck pouch if I'm in driving rains and snows. It does not have a hole for a tripod/monopod 1/4" screw. I had to cut one. If you are a Video DSLR person this will be frustrating but could save your camera in certain situations (like snow). If you are a still photog, then its probably a better fit for you. I would recommend this item but under certain conditions.