Camera Canopy has been written up in numerous photography publications including Digital Camera World, Photography Talk, Foto Fuse, Australian Camera World and Peta Pixel
Listed first in Photography Talk’s article, "Innovative Photography Gadgets You Didn't Know Existed"
Listed in Photography Talk's 2019 article "Top 10 Gifts Under $100 for Photographers"
What People Are Saying:
"If you want a unique and functional gift for the photographer in your life, Camera Canopy is an ideal choice." - Top 10 Gifts Under $100 for Photographers 2019 Edition, Photography Talk Digital Photo Journal
"Works well with my camera when it's raining. I only have used it a few times and I love it. I plan on using it more. I would say that other photographers should get this to use on their cameras even if they do sports photography in the rain." - customer Daniel B. from Portland, OR
"Now that is the best thing since sliced cheese. It should work well unless it is a gale force storm, (Editors note: The folks at Camera Canopy agree and address this on the FAQ page) and since I am not a Pro I would be in doors in that event. I was looking at rigging a brolly on my tripod, but this may be better..." - Paul H., Reviewer
"It was easy to use -It kept the camera (80D) and lens ( Sigma 18-300) dry
much easier to use then the camera rain 'bags'
My buddies all made fun of how it looked-but agreed that it functioned well
I would recommend this product to anyone who needs to shoot in the rain” - customer Michael N, from Reading, PA
“The Camera Canopy very much succeeds in its mission to make wet weather photography easier and more ergonomic...Compared to a traditional plastic bag rain cover, the Camera Canopy is a joy to use” - Ben Andrews, Digital Camera World
“In other words, the Camera Canopy solves a variety of problems you might encounter when shooting in the rain. It keeps your gear dry, keeps rain off your lens glass, affords you a clear view of what you’re doing, and makes adjustments to camera settings a breeze. What’s not to like about that?!” - Practical Gear Tips for Taking Photos in the Rain, Photography Talk
“I enjoy using the canopy much easier than other options.” - customer William S. from Castle Rock, CO
The canopy fits well. With the smaller Olympus body I do not need the slider so it is more compact." customer Jeff G, Oak Ridge, TN
“If you tend to take photos in rainy or snowy environments, this little gadget is definitely worth a look!”" - Innovative Photography Gadgets You Didn't Know Existed, Photography Talk
"a new and far more robust way to protect your gear" - James Artaius, Digital Camera World