MADE Rubberized Camera Armor (Black) + Spudz Cleaning Kit for Canon Rebel XS, XSi, T1i & T2i

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Protect your valuable Canon Rebel XSi XS T1i or T2i with this Elastomeric Silicone Body & Lens Armor! Custom Engineered for the Canon Rebel XSi XS T1i & T2i Camera Armor is an always on protection system consisting of 6 parts: An elastomeric silicone Body Armor Base Plate Tripod Socket extender Lens Armor Lens Cap Lanyard and a Polycarbonate LCD Shield. The precise fit covers up all of the important parts of your DSLR camera to protect it from impact abrasion dust and fingerprints without sacrificing any necessary camera functions or adding additional weight. Camera Armor provides protection in action and is uniquely designed so that all of the camera controls and access ports are completely functional and accessible without taking the camera out of the jacket. You can put the Camera Armor on your camera and leave it there while in your bag or taking pictures. For maximum protection this Camera Armor comes equipped with Lens Armor and lens cap lanyard as well as a clear polycarbonate LCD shield that protects the rear LCD screen from daily abuse. Key Features: Camera Armor package designed specifically for your Canon Rebel XSi XS T1i & T2i! Camera Armor is made of a proprietary silicone blend that is UV stable and will not fade deform or deteriorate over the lifetime of your camera. Great For: Outdoor use Multiple Camera use Sporting Events Inclement Weather Conditions Hiking Hunting Birding Snowboarding Skiing etc. Improved camera grip to avoid accidental drops Lens Armor fits most 52-77mm filter lenses Dimensions (WxHxD): 5.1 x 3.8 x 2.4 in./128.8 x 97.5 x 61.9mm Weight: 4.4oz/ 120g


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