ESDDI Lens Case Lens Pouch Thick Protective Camera Bag Inside with Blue Soft Plush Neoprene Bags for DSLR(Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sony, etc. 4-Pack)
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- 【DURABILITY】ESDDI lens pouch are made of neoprene, are very soft and elastic, but durable to hold and protect your lens, with belt loops & quick clips easy to carry and place,great lens case for photographer
- 【FUNCTIONS】water-proof dslr camera bag; with thick blue soft plush protecting lens against harsh weather, accidental bumps, and scratches, well suited to shutterbugs who love traveling
- 【DIMENSIONS】 small: 3.1" X 4"; medium: 4" X 5.5"; large: 4" X 7.8"; extra large: 4" X 9.5" WIDELY USED: perfect lens case protect your lens from shock, bump, dirt, etc
- 【WIDELY USED】 lens pouch compatible with lenses from most popular cameras, including Canon, Panasonic, Pentax, Olympus, Nikon, Fuji, and many other popular brands
- 【NOTE】4-pack bags only, lens not included in package; with 1-year warranty guarantee for quality problem
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ESDDI super soft flannelette lens pouch are great protective cases to have to shield your lenses from all sorts of harm and damage. Being soft, yet durable, this pouch is ideal for containing and protecting your lenses of all sizes.
Contains: 4 Lens Pouches (Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large)
Very soft and durable to hold and protect your camera lens.
Its unique cylindrical design.
Compatible with lenses from Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Fuji, Pentax, Panasonic, Sony, Leica, Sigma, Tamron, Vivitar, Minolta, Mamiya, Yashica, Kodak, Konica, Hasselblad, Ricoh, Zeiss & Lensbaby etc.
Note: Do not let this pouch come in contact with: acetone, iodine, hydrogen peroxide, kerosene, bleach, or motor oil. These may cause the neoprene material to decay.
Small: 3.1" (7.87cm) x 4" (10.15cm).
Medium: 4" (10.15cm) x 5.5" (13.96cm).
Large: 4" (10.15cm) x 7.8" (19.8cm).
Extra Large: 4" (10.15cm) x 9.5" (24cm).
Resistant to degradation.
Extreme weather resistant.
Soft & Pliable.
Lightweight and easily stored.
1X Small size lens bag
1X Middle size lens bag
1X Large size lens bag
1X Extra Large lens bag
Why do we choose ESDDI?
ESDDI specializes in manufacturing photographic equipment like lighting kit, camera tripods, lighting mounts and other accessories.
We are committed to establishing a brand focusing on higher quality, excellent service for customers.
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I bought a very similar set through one of the well-known sellers about six months ago. Note that, while the seller is well-known, to my knowledge are no lens pouches being sold under any recognized brand name (like Nikon, Canon, Sony, etc). All of them are made in China and I suspect most of them are made in only a few factories and being resold under lots of different brand names. I mention that because based on what I bought before and the many different ones I’ve looked at in various camera stores, they are not all the same. Sometimes they look almost identical (and these from ESDDI are no exception) but one model may have a couple of subtle design differences that can make or break how useful they are.
So, assuming that anyone looking at neoprene lens pouches know what they are and what they are used for, here are some observations about what I like and don’t like about these compared to others I’ve seen:
1. When you get them it is strictly no-frills. No box, no instructions, nothing just the four bags stuffed into a clear plastic bag. That’s fine with me and doesn’t earn or lose any points. Someone has to pay for fancy retail packaging (you) and it just ends up getting thrown away.
2. Like I said earlier the differences are subtle. The neoprene itself is identical to every lens case I’ve looked at. Ditto with the carabiner … plastic and run-of-the-mill. I would NEVER attach my expensive lens to anything using the carabiner, instead I would use IT to clip something to, like maybe a key or a loss-prevention tracking device.
3. The belt loop is quite a bit better than I’ve seen on some other pouches. It is sewn top and bottom, whereas some of the others are attached via Velcro at one end. I would NEVER attach a loop to my belt and trust a Velcro strip! The loop on the ESDDI pouches is wide enough for an extra-wide belt like I wear with my jeans or a wide shoulder strap. Several of the other models I’ve looked at can only be used with a narrow dress belt.
4. There is no hard plastic disk at the bottom of the case. I prefer it that way. The whole idea of a pouch is to have something soft to give some protection to a lens while it is being transported. I would assume that anyone who is serious about protecting their lenses also has an appropriate equipment accessory case.
5. There is one notable difference that is a big deal to me. That’s the little plastic lock that holds the drawstring shut. Every other pouch I’ve seen is all plastic. The ESDDI uses a metal spring, a real spring, inside which looks and feels much more reliable and provides a more secure feeling when the drawstring is pulled tight. I like that.
6. The price difference between the most expensive and lowest price pouches I’ve looked at is too close to call. ESDDI falls about in the middle. While they are an offshore company I found that they communicate well and have a personalized customer service approach. That’s worth any difference in price to me.
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By its very design there is no such thing as an exact measurement for neoprene pouch cases. Use what the seller lists as a guideline. You’ll find that no matter what brand they are all going to be similar (after all they are basing their measurements primarily on the two largest selling camera brands). While neoprene stretches, I wouldn’t count on it. I have yet to find a “standard” lens (which I mean as the common lens sizes most people own) not fitting into one of the four sizes that come in the set. Of course in the world of photography there are countless lens sizes and shapes. It’s a good guess if you have a unique lens that falls outside the common size range it probably costs a lot of money and you wouldn’t be here shopping for a set of $15 neoprene pouches. At least I hope you wouldn’t be.
Overall I like this set of four pouches better than what I’ve seen or used to this point and that should earn a top rating and a recommendation, which is what I based my review on.
The insides are nice and fuzzy, but not so fuzzy that any lint gets onto or inside of my lenses, at least not that I could tell glancing them over after the first use. The straps are securely sewn on, and I had no problems with them sliding around on the belt unless I wanted them to. Unfortunately the string on my largest pouch began unravelling almost immediately, and when I tried to stop the unravelling, it unravelled nearly completely. The pouch still *works* but it's not as secure and I don't trust the bag to stay closed as much as I do the other ones now.
In the extra small size, I have either my 28mm or 50mm. The small size holds my 85mm. The medium holds my 105mm, and the largest holds my 70-200mm. The 70-200 fits, but the pouch does not close 100%, as my picture shows. Regardless, I felt it was secure enough that I wasn't worried about the lens falling out - that is, with a working lock. Since the strong going through my plastic lock came undone within the first use, I have to be very mindful of the pouch while using it now, since it's definitely less secure. I usually have my 70-200 on my camera while working though, so so far it hasn't been a deal-breaker.
If/when I buy another set of these, I don't know if I'll go with ESDDI again. I can see the other strings on my other pouches beginning to fray, and while they haven't unravelled completely yet, I would recommend buyers secure these with extra knots and/or burning the tips of them to stop them from fraying and unravelling right off the bat. That's a really important safety feature and it's a bummer mine unravelled immediately.
Edit: I removed a star because I tried contacting the company to see if they'd replace their faulty product but was ignored, so be warned customer service isn't great/non-existent.