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112 of 113 people found the following review helpful
This is a very good product for the money and I am happy with my purchase. I have included a short video of the bags and of my lenses in the bags for your information. These bags were made from very good neoprene material that will cushion your lenses and protect them from shocks and vibrations. They are well stitched together and they fit my lenses perfectly.

Benefits:
* Comes in 3 sizes, small 5 ¼ inches tall, medium 7 inches tall and large 9 inches tall (My measurements).
* They are made of 3 mm thick neoprene material. Very thick and will cushion the lens. The material is the same neoprene that scuba divers wear while diving.
* Has a belt loop
* Has a locking plastic clip to attach to a ring
* Nice stitching on the bags.
* Free Velcro cable tie for your camera cables.
* Good value for the price

The only issue that I have with them is a personal one. I was hoping that the bags with be big enough in diameter to hold the lenses with the lens hoods reverse mounted onto them. That was not possible as the two larger lens hoods were 3.9 inches in diameter and just would not fit into the bag. That is not the manufacturer's or the seller's fault but it was just something I was hoping for because I wanted to store the lens hoods on the lenses for easy access while out taking photos and to provide added protection to the lenses. I am just going to have to find another way to carry the lens hoods.

I am very happy with the price and quality of these bags and I would purchase them again. I recommend them to you as a 5 star product. They fit my requirements and the quality was good.
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46 of 46 people found the following review helpful
These pouches look just like those in the photographs. Quality is decent, with heavy stitching and a durable plastic clip that allows you to clip it to your camera case or belt loop. However, I thought these would be shorter. The actual length of each are as follow: Small = 5", Medium = 6.5", Large = 8.5".
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
on April 18, 2012
Bought these as I'm quite broke after buying a new Canon 60D, but wanted to be able to protect my 50mm and 18-200mm lenses when they are not on the camera. Canon wanted >$30 for their case for the 50mm lens, and I didn't even look for a bigger one for the 18-200mm lens. I bought this pack because it is a great value at under $13.00 for three cases, and I just couldn't see how you could go wrong with a price like that and 3mm thick neoprene.

Upon receipt, the first thing I can say is that the build quality is really good-- the stitching is very consistent, the materials all feel high quality, and everything just seems well made.
Yes, the drawstring closing may not be the best as mentioned in other reviews of these cases on different product pages, but you know what you are buying when you buy it on here.

One thing I love is the large case on here easily fits my 18-200mm lens with the lens hood on it facing forward-- meaning I don't have to move my lens hood to put it in the pouch, and my lens is still protected!

If you are looking for unbeatable value, a well made product, and a case that will do a fairly good job at protecting your lenses, I would recommend these!

Just to put in context-- my $40 incase sleeve for my MacBook Air is made out of the same material essentially-- and I trust my $2000 computer in that every day....

Thank you Cosmos for making a great product at a really affordable price!
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on June 19, 2012
The bags are made from strong and sturdy material...I own a Canon Ti3 with a stock EFS 18-55mm and a Canon EFS 55-250mm. The smallest bag really only fit my 55-250mm lens because it's too long for the 18-55mm. Maybe when I buy larger lens I will be able to use the other two larger bags. If you are the type of person that likes to leave the stock lens on the camera then this might not be an issue for you...
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on November 10, 2012
at first I thought I's just being silly buying these bags. But when they start to accomodate my 50mm, 18-135mm and 70-300 mm lenses so well I had to admit that they are just great in adding protection to my stuff for a ridiculous low price. I'd the chance to verify that when I falselly stepped on an uneven pavement and just fell of with my face to the ground with the camera's bag(lenses and every accessories included)banging against the floor without the least harm(to the equipment at least, as for my pride...).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on September 1, 2012
You get quite the bang for your buck on this purchase. 3mm neoprene affords some padded protection for your lens and the construction appears to be solid. The nylon used for the hook and belt loop isn't top notch neither are the hook and drawstring but the quality is certainly good. No complaints here especially for the price.

When determining if your lens will fit in a particular case, take into account the drawstring closure steals some of the height. Theoretically my EFS 17-55mm lens should have fit into the small case and it did but I couldn't completely close the drawstring. I realized this may happen before ordering the cases and is of no fault of the manufacturer.

These cases are also great for storing and toting around small accessories. Yes, there is a strong smell that is inherent with neoprene but it fades over time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on December 7, 2014
I looked high and low for a digital camera pouch like I have for my old camera I gave to a friend. It's one with a drawstring for closure and a clip for a belt, belt loop or other thing. I finally stumbled along to the one (or I should day three) offered. I currently need only the smallest one. I gave it a less than stellar rating because the clip is possibly not wide enough for some belts. The plastic clip on my current sack broke, so I replaced it with a metal one. Perhaps the metal clip is bigger and I shouldn't be comparing to it, but keep in mind that the plastic clip on the item I give my friend or that you might get could break the way mine did. While I can get a metal clip and replace my friend's if it breaks, maybe not everyone is that handy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on October 16, 2012
These were made much better than I expected. I am using them on a belt to carry an extra lens or two, or to throw a couple lenses in a small backpack. They work great for that!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 10, 2014
They work and hold the kits lenses for a Pentax K50. The largest one holds a 55-300 zoom with a 2x teleconverter stacked onto it and its lens shade stowed toward the lens.. The smallest one holds a 28mm F/2.8 with room to spare for a rubber collapsible shade. The middle size is sitting on a shelf in case I need it for another lens. I keep the 18-55 on the camera and put it in the large pouch when I swap over.
I cannot judge the durability yet, but they seem to be made well, about the same quality as the much more expensive ones sold in camera shops. They are easy to open and look as though they will provide fair protection.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
TOP 500 REVIEWERon November 6, 2014
1-5 star ratings--

Quality---2 stars
Value-----3 stars
Fit--------1 star

Overall 3 stars

These are a disappointment. I waited a long time to get them, and now it seems like my lenses are either way to big, or way too small. I guess you get what you pay for, and I would advise you to measure your lenses and try to buy something that fits. If not, get the manufacturers case. These generic ones are not a good value, they dont fit.
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