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Bring on the rain!

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Its no secret the folks at Think Tank Photo make killer bags and other accessories to carry your gear. What you might not know  is they also make some amazing products that also protect your gear from rain!

The really cool thing is that right now, for a limited time, you can get a free eyepiece with Think Tank Photo’s Think Tank Photo’s Hydrophobia  rain covers. When you check out of the shopping cart you will be asked which eyepiece you would like to receive for free. To take advantage of this deal, click here.

For those of you want to know more about the rain covers, here are some details:

The Hydrophobia 70-200 and  Hydrophobia 70-200 Flash rain covers accommodate a DSLR with up to a 70-200 lens and, in the latter, a flash.

Its Hydrophobia 300-600 rain cover protects a DSLR with a super telephoto lens
(300 f2.8 up to a 600 f4) attached, with the lens hood in position.  These heavy-duty rain covers provide protection during even the toughest downpours, wind storms, or other challenging conditions.

What’s more, you can actually attach your DSLR and simply carry it by the rain cover.  The sleeves are big enough to not only let you control the camera (with the help of a clear window around back), but swap out batteries or memory cards as well.

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Author: The Visual Advocate

Joe Murray, The Visual Advocate, is a Humanitarian and Cultural photographer based in Decatur, Georgia. Joe began his photographic career as an adventure and landscape photographer, but a month-long trip to India in 2009 deeply impacted him and proved to be a turning point in his life and photographic vision. Today, Joe is dedicated to using his craft to create and share compelling images and stories of the lives of the peoples and cultures of the world. While Joe loves and appreciates all the peoples and cultures of the world, he has a particular vision, passion and love for India and South Asia. As both an experienced photographer, public speaker, recruiter and advocate, Joe's goal as a visual artist is not simply to create awareness, but to move people to use their lives and resources to be a blessing to the world's most poor, abused, displaced, stereotyped and overlooked peoples.

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