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Which protective cover for DSLRs?

Postby haring on Thu Feb 13, 2014 4:32 am

Which protective cover do you recommend for Canon 5D? I would like my camera body to be protected while shooting weddings.

I have seen one called "Ape" and another called "Delkin".

Have you ever used any of these? Can you recommend one for me?

Thanks soooo much!
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Re: Which protective cover for DSLRs?

Postby gstark on Thu Feb 13, 2014 7:25 am

Protected from .... what?

In all seriousness, my experiences are that these sorts of things are great. To avoid.
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Re: Which protective cover for DSLRs?

Postby the foto fanatic on Thu Feb 13, 2014 9:06 am

Nothing screams AMATEUR louder than a camera condom.
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Re: Which protective cover for DSLRs?

Postby Matt. K on Thu Feb 13, 2014 12:37 pm

Canon 5D can take all the crud nature throws at it apart from a swim in the river. The use of a protective cover is probably not warranted unless you spend a lot of time in atrocious weather. A little champagne or wedding cake can be licked off and will at once establish you as a true professional. (avoid licking the front element of the lens unless you are after a soft focus 'Hollywood style' effect) :D
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