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Westminster, US
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mjd1969 Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Jul 2009
Wed 25-May-11 05:15 PM

Usually I'm a fair weather photographer - my camera stays inside when the weather is bad. But I'm heading to Alaska in 2 weeks and realize that given the weather this time of year, it's going to be wet from time to time. I'm taking my D7000 along with 18-105, 70-300, and 150-500 lenses. The 150-500 will probably stay on the boat most of the time as I don't want to lug it everywhere, but the other two will be with me most days. Can anyone recommend something I can use to keep the setup dry? My bag has a rain cover already and I'm not looking to shoot in downpours, but I need something to protect things in a light drizzle.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.


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Egmont, CA
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#1. "RE: Waterproof covers" | In response to Reply # 0

egmonster Registered since 10th Mar 2011
Wed 25-May-11 03:41 PM

Hi. I live in bc Canada. It rains here a wee bit. I just got this:

Kata bags element cover e-702


It is quite good. And it has extensions for longer lenses.

And have fun on your trip!

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