Shooting From A Blind

April 22, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Have you ever considered shooting from a blind?  Did you ever feel like you didn't want to mess with the setup of a large and cumbersome hunting blind that really wasn't developed for photographers?  Well here is a alternative to consider.  Easy setup and extremely portable to help get those tough, one of a kind images with some of Mother Nature shy critters.​

The LensCoat LensHide covers you, your camera/video gear, and your tripod. Made from lightweight, breathable camouflage material, a large camo mesh-screen allows you to see your subjects while you are covered and out of sight and doesn’t obstruct your peripheral vision.


Quick and easy to set up, our roomy LensHide allows you to make adjustments to your gear so your movement is unnoticed by your subjects. A Velcro closure on the back of the head keeps the LensHide in place. An Elastic Cinch strap secures the LensHide to your lens. And a Velcro sealed top slot allows for quick and easy use of an external flash.

The ultimate in portability, the LensHide folds into its own integrated storage and carry pouch with belt hoops which is also an accessory pocket when the blind is in use.


The LensCoat LensHide from LensCoat on Vimeo.




  • Expanded Mesh Window
  • Velcro closure for securing on your head (back of head)
  • Elastic Cinch cord to secure around the lens
  • Velcro front closure
  • Integrated storage pouch with belt loops and 2 d-rings / internal accessory pocket
  • Lightweight, breathable, poly/cotton material
  • Made in the USA
  • Weight 2.5lbs


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