Nikon D7500- Best Rain covers and Camera Bags

As we have already posted articles about the Nikon D7500, such as specification comparisons, review and recommendation etc. Now we decided to recommend you some of the best rain covers available out there and Best camera bags so that you can carry numbers of useful gears at a time to your desire shooting locations. By the way, Nikon D7500 has weather sealed body but if you still require tight protection from heavy rainfall then here are some great suggestions.

OP/TECH USA – 18″ Rainsleeve (Set of 2)


It costs you very few dollars and most of the photographers usually love to keep it inside their bags to protect their beloved cameras from the rain and dust. This OP/TECH USA – 18″ Rainsleeve has Compact design that gets easily fitted inside your backpack to help the avid outdoor photographers can carry it comfortably wherever they go for shooting. The rainsleeve is transparent so that one can easily operate the camera and lenses when they are totally covered. Moreover, it features a unique eyepiece opening that is suitable to camera viewfinders, allowing composition of shots through the camera’s lens, not through the plastic.

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LensCoat LensHide Photo Blind (Realtree Max-4)


This LensCoat LensHide Photo Blind is so heavy and long that it can cover even you also along with your Nikon D7500 and lenses. The rainsleeve is very sturdy since it is made from lightweight, breathable camouflage material. One massive advantage of this Rainsleeve is that the cover implements a large camo mesh-screen, allowing you keep your vision remain on the desire subjects while you are covered. Moreover, a Velcro closure on the back of the head keeps the LensHide remains steady. An Elastic Cinch strap secures the LensHide to your lens. And you can easily use the external flash through a Velcro sealed top slot. For cosy portability, the rain sleeve has its own storage where you can fold the Lenshide and carry it with you wherever you go its weight is 2.5lbs and height 77 x 68″ / 195.5 x 172.7 cm.

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Nikon D7500 – Camera Bags

Now here we are heading towards the best backpacks for your Nikon D7500 and all the gears you want to carry with you upto your target shooting location.

Lowepro Nova 180 AW Shoulder Bag (Black)

This is mid-sized bag comes with great features that lets you carry all your important gears including Nikon D7500 and one extra lens. The Lowepro Nova 180 AW Shoulder Bag also has room in the corner for lens hoods and filters, plus lens cleaning accessories can also be kept inside the side pocket safely. The shoulder strap can be removed and tucked inside, plus the carry handle of the bag seems very comfortable. Finally the bag is highly recommended that doesn’t cost you much more, instead allows you carry all your favorite lenses or accessories, such as rain covers with you so that you can get the instant available everything you want.

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Lowepro Fastpack BP 250 AW II (Black)

The photographers love this Lowepro Fastpack BP 250 AW II all due to its great room inside that allows you carry your Laptop, tablet along with your other important gears inside. Tripod is very creative and necessary tool in photography and travel photographers must carry it to their desire shooting location. Thankfully, you can keep your tripod in the side mesh pocket.

Personal items such as clothing, headphones, chargers, and snacks can also be carried since the Fastpack Bag implements 1 zippered top compartment,  1 zippered, slip-in padded compartment for an up to 15″ laptop and tablet, 1 zippered, side compartment with dividers for storing DSLR with attached zoom lens, and 2-3 extra lenses or flashes.

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Click here to see Best lenses for Nikon D7500

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Click here to see Best Tripods for Nikon D7500

Click here to see Review and Recommendation for Nikon D7500

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