I have adopted these LensCoat Lens covers for all my telephoto lenses. They not only help conceal the large form of the lenses they offer protection to my lenses from scrapes and bangs.
I bought it mainly to add some protection to my lens, but also benefited by the camo effect when I am birding. It was easy to install and doesn't hinder lens operation.
I wanted protection for my telephoto lens. All the parts fit as required. To avoid confusion, pieces should be numbered to agree with the diagram.
The LensCoat protects against bangs, dings, and scratches and preserves the value of my most expensive piece of photo gear--Nikon VR 200-400 lens
Snug fit, holes cut into material to accommodate lens strap rear filter holder knob
The LensCoat wasn't exactly what I expected. It took some trial and error to get all the "bands" in the proper order (no real instructions). When I put the bands on the focus and zoom rings it made them difficult to operate smoothly. I don't think this product is worth the money I paid for it.
For to much money you get a nickles worth of neopream that is poorly cut and stiched and does not cover 1/2 of the lense.
Just way too much money for so little product. And, could not switch modes with cover in place.
I use it for wildlife ,landscapes & other long shots.
Overall it seems a bit pricy for what it is, but to protect an expensive lens from bumps and bangs makes it worth it. As for camo for the lens, a real tree tee shirt draped over the camera and lens can serve the same purpose.