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Published 07/10/14

Manfrotto Pro Light Element Covers

Perfect for use when the weather closes in

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The seasons are starting to change, and with it comes colder, harsher weather. Thankfully Manfrotto have a series of solutions to ensure that the weather doesn't keep you from your photography

The Pro Light Elements Cover range provide a series of practical, protective covers for DSLR's, professional flash and lens attachments, and mirrorless cameras CSC's. Covered in a special coating, the fabric is water resistant, helping to keep your gear dry when the weather turns. Each cover features a simple, intuitive design to allow for easy access to all of the camera and lens controls.

The Pro Light E-690 PL camera cover is ideal for a small compact DSLR, or mirrorless cameras CSC

The Pro Light E-702 PL camera cover is a practical protective cover for a DSLR with up to a 70-200mm lens attached.

The Pro Light E-704 PL extension lens sleeve kit is designed to be attached to the E-702 PL or the E-705 PL not included when shooting with extra-long zoom or telephoto lenses to make sure that your entire camera is covered when the weather closes in.

The Pro Light E-705 PL camera cover is a practical protective cover for a DSLR professional flash lens up to 70-200mm attached. Quickly slip the cover over your camera and keep shooting in rain or dusty conditions. The simple, intuitive design allows you to easily view and access all camera and lens controls.

Pricing and Availability

The Pro Light range is available now at the following prices

E-690 PL - RRP 49.95
E-702 PL - RRP 69.95
E-704 PL - RRP 74.95
E-705 PL - RRP 79.95

For more information, please visit the website

Manfrotto Website



1st Published 7 October 2014 16:19 Posted by Ben Jones
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