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Great lens case!,
This review is from: Pelican PCA200 200mm Neoprene Lens Case (Electronics)
From my review of the PCA-50 pouch:
This is a wonderful little camera accessory that I stumbled on at a small local camera store. They're hard to find, but worth it IMO. They seem to be almost the same as the Op/Tech Snoot Boot pouches, however they look to be made better- the seams are well-stitched and 'sealed', and the drawstring run is a strong fabric, rather than neoprene. The belt loop is wide enough for a ~2" wide belt, and the clip is handy, although I don't trust it (or the belt loop I'd be hooking it to) with larger, heavier lenses. These pouches are a great way to carry a few extra lenses that are too big to fit in a pocket, without having to carry your whole camera bag. Much better protection than the microsuede pouches that most lenses include.
The PCA-200 is a perfect fit for Nikon's 70-300mm VR, as well as other lenses in that range. The length is almost perfect, only leaving the rear cap poking out if it's loaded front-down. With a slightly shorter lens, or with the lens cap facing up, it fits great. While I haven't tried it, the PCA-300 is likely a good fit for a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, if you're willing to hang your $2000 lens from a $15 pouch on your belt.