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AT Frosted Lens Lens Cover Extension (Long) The Lens Cover Extension is specifically designed for outdoor cold weather photography. It is 40cm (16 inches) long and has a 12cm (4.8 inches) diameter. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
$69.99

Lens Cover Extension (Long)

CAD $69.99
Lens Cover Extension (Long)
Lens Cover Extension (Long)
Lens Cover Extension (Long)
Lens Cover Extension (Long)
Lens Cover Extension (Long)
Lens Cover Extension (Long)
Lens Cover Extension (Long)
Lens Cover Extension (Long)
Lens Cover Extension (Long)
Lens Cover Extension (Long)
Lens Cover Extension (Long)
Lens Cover Extension (Long)

Lens Cover Extension (Long)

CAD $69.99
Model Number: AT010
The Lens Cover Extension is specifically designed for outdoor cold weather photography. It is 40cm (16 inches) long and has a 12cm (4.8 inches) diameter.

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The Lens Cover Extension is specifically designed for outdoor cold weather photography. It is 40cm (16 inches) long and has a 12cm (4.8 inches) diameter.
The bottom of the extension has 3 flaps of 10cm long each with velcro for easy adjustments around the tripod shoe on the long lenses. This also allows for easy access to focus/zoom rings.

The Lens Cover Extension is made of the same fabric as the Camera Parka.

100% Polyester.

Size:
Length: 40 cm (16 inches)
Diameter: 12 cm (4.8 inches)
Thinkness: 1.5 cm (5/8 inch)

Available in Blue only.

Manufactured in Canada.

We stand by the quality of our products. If you find that they don’t fit your need, they can be returned for a full refund. See our policy for full details.

What our Customers are saying

Using the parka means I can stay outside a lot longer in minus temperatures (so far the coldest was -27C). It keeps the frost off the lens and camera body, and also keeps my fingers warm when I have to change settings.

Sabine Cane Alberta February 19, 2016