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Form-fitted for a wide range of outside broadcasting system cameras with 5” or 7” viewfinder
including (long) sun hood, ENG-lens and hand controls
• Protection against inclement weather conditions
• Made of water-resistant fabric with easy access to all essential controls and parts
• Clear Vinyl windows, easy access to the camera (hand) controls
• Strong Easy-on / Easy-off construction with hook and loop fasteners
• One (1) Year Limited Warranty
Through years of experience and working closely with camera operators from broadcast and production
companies, we have improved the designs to perfect solutions for multiple applications.
Protect ENG-style outside broadcasting cameras against inclement weather with the rainCover OB/EFP Small. With
this raincover for large set-ups with live production system cameras, you can now protect your equipment from
the elements without sacrificing your shot. The rainCover OB/EFP Small is suitable for system cameras, attached on
a tripod, pedestal, or any other camera support solution.
The flexible black fabric helps the camera not to stand out in a crowd. The cover is perfect for use during both
indoor and outside broadcast productions like sports, entertainment, festivals, religious gatherings, and other large
The cover closures are all with hook and loop fasteners. This allows for a firm fix while still having the flexibility to
adjust it to the width and length of your specific set-up.
Durable and functional design
Always take the camRade rainCover OB/EFP Small to outdoor events, so you do not get caught out when the
weather turns. The cover is supplied in a waterproof zippered pouch, which you can use to store and transport the
cover. It is easy to attach and detach the cover, thanks to the convenient design. Leave the bottom open for easy
access or close again if the wind plays tricks.
Clamps around the lens hood
The one-piece rainCover closes around the lens with a rubber strip for a good seal with the camera. The vinyl
window in front of the lens can be secured with hook and loop fasteners on top when not in use.