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I have a Tamron 18-270 lense on my 60D. It just fits in the case. I don't do it up as it looks like it will wear a hole in it at the flash shoe. For me it works perfect as I carry the camera on my bike in a tank bag. So it acts like a protective cover only.
Dec 18, 2013 by Razor
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No, the shoulder strap for your camera exits on each side of the flap to enable you to carry your camera. Much safer alternative to having a strap on the case.
Feb 21, 2014 by J. Jones
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No. Too small.
Mar 11, 2014 by Benjamin J. Coleman
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think so, because I work well with my nikon d7000 and don't think that is bigger than mine
Jan 9, 2015 by blanca
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The case should fit your camera with the 18-55 lens. The case fits my Nikon D90 with an 18-105. If I remember correctly the D90 is a bit bulkier than the Rebel T3 and the 18-105 is bigger than the 18-55. Hope this helps!
Oct 19, 2014 by Emanuele Leoncini
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I can't promise you it will fit, but I have the Nikon D3200 with the 18-50mm and 50-200mm. When I put my camera in there with the lens on, there was still extra space and the material is very flexible. So I think it would fit! :)
Oct 4, 2014 by janette carranza
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I don't know. Unfortunately I had to return mine because it would not fit my Canon T4i with the battery grip installed. So I ended up purchasing the Carry Strap Sling Pouch to go along with my Carry Strap Sling Strap and it works excellent for my needs. You can check it out for yourself using this link: http://www.carryspeed.com/products/the-sling-pouch Or just go to carrystrap.com Hope that helps.
Jun 19, 2013 by gprez
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Which Nikon Cool Pix do you have specifically?
Aug 19, 2013 by EncinitasMom
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Yes. It'll fit a D5200 and a non-telephoto lens.
Sep 6, 2013 by Matt B
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