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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on February 14, 2013
This pouch has a hard surface inside and out. It tends to leave marks on my filters that can only be removed with a wet cleaning cloth. Cannot recommend. BAD
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 6, 2012
I own the Kata Bumblebee DL-210 Backpack (Black). Great bag, however it has ZERO useful accessory management tools for my camera (which i knew going into the bag). I purchased a series of small organizers for various accessories i have. For my filters, this Tamrac case came up in my search and i decided to give it a try.

in all i'm happy with this product, however i would like to point out that if you have a smaller sized filter (mine are 72mm, you could find yourself fishing for them and end up causing finger prints on the lens.

This case uses a strap on the back that is secured via velcro and a button to utilize outside accessory systems on various bags. You could also belt loop it if you prefer.

because of the design, i feel 100% safe from standard droppings. (we even threw it into the air and allows it to hit a hard floor and it caused NO damage to the inside items. (now if you had your lens in one of those plastic cases, most likely that case would have cracked or come apart which would then put you in a race to catch your rolling lens... However, pressure damage is another thing to consider, under no way would i squeeze this case or hope that if my BAG where to fall, that it lands with stuff ontop, i feel very confident that the filter lens would crack, but the closing flap fits so tight, i doubt you would have broken glass in your bag

Unless your bag already comes with a way to secure your individual filter lens or if you really want outside access to them, i see no real reason to purchase this

I'm using 2 x 72mm filter lens and in the 3rd pocket, i have my 2 x step down rings.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 25, 2011
Just wasn't too happy with the interior material. It's not sandpaper rough or anything, but it is definitely a bit disconcerting to put a $100 filter in between this material. I have some tiny microfiber cloths that I wrapped around my more expensive ones, but then that kinds of defeats the point of a quick access device like this.

You can fit two filters in the back pocket if you screw them together.

I wasn't too impressed with how it connects to my Tamrac strap. It's designed to do this, but the hook on the strap is tiny, and the hook on the case is huge, so it just flops around wherever it feels like. Wish it was more secure.

Guess companies think nobody is using filters anymore so they don't put a lot of time into making these better?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on September 10, 2011
I originally purchased a Tiffen 4 Pocket Filter pouch to hold my 3 72mm filters but it was not feasible unless I was bringing my camera case or camera/laptop backpack. Wanting something to attach to my belt, I found this Tamrac case and it performs extremely well. Each filter fits in its own padded compartment making it virtually impossible to damage them. It is relatively easy to get the filters out, though not as easy as the Tiffen. The case construction is superior to any other filter pouches, wallets or cases I have seen. I would bet that the case could fall a far distance and no harm would come to the filters, though I am not going to try that. I almost always attach the case to my belt, making it very handy. Other times I attach it to the shoulder strap of my Nikon 75th Anniversary nylon soft lens case. These points alone make it a very worthwhile purchase to protect your filter investment. The only drawback to me, also mentioned in other reviews, is the use of velco as a fail-safe closure method. The front quick release buckle closure is more than adequate to lock the case. There is also velcro on the belt strap where a snap is provided. Perhaps the Tamrac harnesses work better with the velcro and having both assures multiple useage. That said, I give the case a 4.5. Eliminate the velcro and, for me, the case is a 5.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on July 2, 2011
I'd been looking for a filter case for my larger 77mm filters that I would allow me to carry them without worry. I have an ND, Graduated ND and a Polarizing Filter that were quite inconvenient to carry. After reading positive reviews about this product, I decided to give it a try. I'm glad I did, I can carry all three of my filters comfortably with this case. It fits easily into the front compartment on my camera bag (Lowpro 202 AW) and because it has a belt loop strap with a snap on the back, I can carry in on the exterior of my bag or even my belt if I need to have my filters handy. The case has both velcro and a plastic snap buckle to keep the filters very save inside.

I only wish it had one more pocket for my 49-58mm and 58-77mm step up rings. But then I'd be leaving a review for the Tiffen 4BLTPCHLGK Large Belt Style Filter Pouch for Filters 62mm to 82mm and it probably would be just a bit to big for my camera case. Also the Tiffen case did not have the extra security of the velcro and snap buckle for closing and I felt that was an important feature to have.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 14, 2012
This is a great little holster for under $20. I will definitely be wearing this while I'm out shooting more often, and it will allow me to use several of my filters more often as they won't be just crammed into my camera bag! The holster itself is much bigger then I thought it would be, but it's fine because it makes getting filters in and out very easy. I agree with a previous reviewer about the the velcro being unnecessary, and loud. If you're planning to use this to shoot wildlife, then either plan to do something about the velcro or find a different holster. Wouldn't be hard to just put a piece of duct tape over it, and then problem solved.

All in all I highly recommend this holster. Also Amazon's 2 day shipping had this to me in less then 24 hours, amazing!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on October 15, 2012
The pouches are too tight. it takes a bit of an effort to take it out and put it back in for 67mm filter
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on August 6, 2011
This is a handy filter case, with a snap, and velcro to keep it attached securely. It holds 3 lenses as stated, and all three pockets are the same size (hard to see that from the image on Amazon, but true). The filters are kept well protected.

I could desire only that the case perhaps be available in brighter colors. Its gray seems to blend into the interior of my cases, and therefore I find it difficult to locate at times.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Takes in 3 filters in 3 slots, but overall the pouch is a little too big (top part). Had to readjust my SLR backpack organizer in order to hold this pouch now. Padding is fine, the filters will be safe. Would be happier if I found something that is matchbox shaped with slots to hold the filters.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on August 29, 2012
This will fit a 77m filter without case, but not a filter in a round or square plastic case. So if you're happy to have your filter in an enclosure that can let dust in at the top, and have the filter glass rub against the cloth in the case, you'll be fine with it. Not for me.
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