Yes, I can imagine. Ok, if you never get wet hands :) There used to be a cheap floppy plastic case with a surgical glove hand welded to it. The trouble was it was camera specific. Anyway I'll find out when I get it
These things are okish if you're using a tripod and don't have to touch the camera too often. If you're holding by hand you'll cause such build up of condensation inside the cover that you might as well just let the rain get at it.
Of course it's not as good as a waterproof case and the lens front and sides are exposed More details: Great for sports, landscape, nature and even festival and wedding photography. Provides a safe haven for your expensive camera equipment. Highly water-resistant construction helps protect against elements including dust and sand too.Elasticated and adjustable armbands on both sides allow quick access to your camera and its controls.Armbands pull tight to provide an excellent seal. Adjustable lens support helps keeps the front of the case moving around in the wind.Extra large and clear viewing panel / window for a clear sight of your cameras controls. Clear panel area measures approx. 35x19cm - allowing you to see and use the cameras controls, lens settings and also see the cameras LCD screen.A double zipper panel underneath allows quick and easy tripod mounting. This larger case can also accommodate medium format cameras. The distance from the front to the back of the case is approx. 30cm so will contain most camera/lens options!