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Big enough camera case,
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This review is from: Lowepro Adventura 170 Camera Case (Black) (Electronics)
This is my second Lowepro case, the first one was too small for my camera but this one is big enough for a DSLR or SLR with 2 or 3 lenses and a flash. Small items like filters, cleaning goods, extra batteries and memory cards can be accomodated in the outside pockets. Construction looks durable, the interior is very soft orange fabric and dividers are adjustable. Nice
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Initial post: Jan 22, 2011 5:59:37 AM PST
Kindle Customer says:
What size are your "three lenses?" I have a T1i with kit lens, 50mm lens, 50-200mm lens, two filters, filter adapters and I cannot fit all three lenses plus filters and adapters in the bag, at least not in a way where I can keep the lens attached. I could probably make it work if I took the lens off the body and stacked the 50mm and kit lens on one side, the 50-200mm lens, filters and adapters on the other side and the camera body in the middle (you can't have three lenses in a row in this bag), but there is definitely no room for battery charger, battery cover, cleaning kit, etc., if I do so.
Also, you must have a rather small flash. I definitely couldn't fit a flash in no matter what I did. I'm glad you're pleased with your bag, but you're making it sound much larger than it really is. :-(
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 22, 2011 10:40:40 AM PST
Rivadeneira Luis says:
I keep a 50-200 lens attached to the camera (Pentax K-x) and put the camera and lens facing down in the center opening. A 50mm and a 18-55 lenses one on top of the other and a 2X adapter in the one of the sides (I use a piece of bubble wrap to avoid damage one of the lenses), while the Canon Speedlite 200E and my battery charger in the other end of the bag, again one on top of the other. I still spare room because the bag is tall enough to hold the camera with one of the lenses. I also keep the quick release plate of my tripod attached to the camera without a problem. The small stuff like cards, filters, cable and my new remote controller in the front external bag. I'm not carrying a cleaning kit with me nor a micro tripod, so maybe that is the difference. I'm not even using the side external pockets. Maybe you need to play with the separators and adjust them to hold your camera ans stuff a little better. I still have extra room because the bag is tall enough. Good luck.
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