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Jessops Rain Guard For SLR Camera 95p @ Jessops
Jessops Rain Guard For SLR Camera 95p @ Jessops

Jessops Rain Guard For SLR Camera 95p @ Jessops

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Was £8.99 - advertised at @ £1, use code JESSOPS5 for this price (5% off).

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PVC jacket with lens sealing ring to insure camera equipment remains dry in rainy conditions. Use with UV filter and/or Rubber Hood.

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You can get 800 plastic bags for £1 in poundland as someone has posted today lol

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I'm not getting it on Jessops, either from searching or looking in the waterproof section?

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gary_rip;8641674

You can get 800 plastic bags for £1 in poundland as someone has posted … You can get 800 plastic bags for £1 in poundland as someone has posted today lol



Right - so using this plastic bag solution, do you cut a hole for the lens and put sticky tape around to ensure it's water tight? Or do you just take pics through the plastic :thinking:

Original Poster

soteman;8641689

I'm not getting it on Jessops, either from searching or looking in the … I'm not getting it on Jessops, either from searching or looking in the waterproof section?



Click 'Go to Deal' and it should take you straight to it - working for me anyway :thumbsup:

I think what gary_rip is saying is that it's pretty much a plastic bag. If you're serious about your equipment and want to shoot in the rain, you'll probably get something a little more solid (plastic clear case) or just keep under-cover (umbrella) whilst shooting in the wet.

Not voted anyway.

to be fair to the OP, it's not just a plastic bag cover. ... it does have a lens sealing ring which connects to a camera filter or hood - the bag then covers the rest of the camera

seems a good price :thumbsup:

hotfinder;8641683



lol what!!!

Can't find it anywhere on the Jessops site.

hotfinder;8641683


lol thats probably better than the clingfilm

gary_rip;8641674

You can get 800 plastic bags for £1 in poundland as someone has posted … You can get 800 plastic bags for £1 in poundland as someone has posted today lol



Haylhoo;8641699

Right - so using this plastic bag solution, do you cut a hole for the … Right - so using this plastic bag solution, do you cut a hole for the lens and put sticky tape around to ensure it's water tight? Or do you just take pics through the plastic :thinking:



hotfinder;8641780

I think what gary_rip is saying is that it's pretty much a plastic bag.

And I think what gary is saying is tripe. For a quid (if you pick up instore), this is a great product to have tucked away in your camera bag and a quick and simple way of protecting your camera in an emergency ie when you get caught out by the rain. If someone thinks that shoving their camera into a poundland plastic bag will have the same effect then, as I have stated above, they are talking tripe.
hotfinder;8641780

If you're serious about your equipment and want to shoot in the rain, … If you're serious about your equipment and want to shoot in the rain, you'll probably get something a little more solid (plastic clear case)...

Agreed. Such as this: bristolcameras.co.uk/p-r…htm Which I think is a little more appropriate and a lot more helpful than Mr rips comment! :roll:

Does anyone have a link that goes to this item. Would be useful to keep in the camera bag for the odd time you may get caught out in the rain. Thanks

xdaminis;8646562

Does anyone have a link that goes to this item. Would be useful to keep … Does anyone have a link that goes to this item. Would be useful to keep in the camera bag for the odd time you may get caught out in the rain. Thanks



That's strange, it was working this morning xda! Perhaps they've sold out.
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