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- Fits high-power zoom lenses, similar to 55-200mm f/4
- Purpose-built, one-piece foam padding construction protects a specific lens size and shape from top to bottom and side to side;
- Built-in SlipLock attachment tab secures the Lens Case to a Lowepro SlipLock compatible bag or pack
- OverLap Zipper protects lens from dust, sand and moisture
- Exterior Dimensions: 4.7" x 4.5" x 6.5" | Interior Dimensions: 3.5" x 3.5" x 5.1" (L x W x H)
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You invest hundreds (even thousands) of dollars in your lenses. Carry them in Lowepro Lens Cases, specially designed to protect those investments. Each is purpose built using thick, one-piece foam padding to provide superior, allover protection for fragile glass and mounts. Lowepro's OverLap Zipper construction safeguards a lens from dust and moisture. A SlipLock attachment tab with hook/loop fasteners secures the case to a compatible bag, belt or loop and expands your carrying capacity. Dual zippers provide easy access to the case, and when a lens is in use, you can store its cap in the convenient mesh pocket located inside the lid.
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You can see in the pictures I posted the bag is pretty big and you might look ridiculous carrying it on your belt, not to mention you might not fit through doorways. It also comes with a strap for over your shoulder or around your neck.
Overall a great product and its like it was made for my lens.
Its big, but it's protected. The one shoulder loop is a little thin but generally speaking Lowespro bags, cases are absolutely first class and I own a small camera bag that has seen the world and it's still in pristine condition and amazingly functional.
The Lowepro case is a perfect match. The Nikon soft case and the lens both fit into the lowepro case without binding - giving it that added
protection. I can not compare lowepro to any other case because over the years I've only purchased lowepro products for my camera
equipment. The first case I purchased was for my Nikon D70, then D200, D300 and next the D610. This will prove how much I like lowepro
products. I even own the lowepro commercial aw gear bag. I friggin love that bag. Got it from a camera shop that was going out of business
and the guy sold me the bag for $75.00. I don't know any other product names - just Lowepro!
The case attaches to a Lowepro camera bag on the wide attachment point - which is twice as wide as a MOLLE tactical attachment. My Lowepro bag has both, so I was OK. The connector strap is velcroed to the case, and has a flap that covers the end of the connector, alos with velcro, so it is very secure. I bought this for my 300mm lens, with just barely fits, but just barely is good enough.
The case has good padding. I take the backpack out every other day, with the lens case sticking out on the side, it has held up well, and the lens is doing fine.
Only downside is the case attachment strap is almost the same length as the case, so once attached, at slides down, which means that the lens case goes so low that it covers the webbing pouch on the side of the backpack. I can still use the pouch, but I have to lift the lens case up to get in or out.
Lastly, I've tried using this attached to my pant's belt. It works, but it is not convenient. I've seen photos of people doing that, but it gets in the way. I found it much better to keep it on the back pack.
Quality materials & everywhere: thick & dense protective padding, solid zipper; clean & nice construction. The neck strap is quite adequate & fairly soft/smooth on the edges, so it won't feel as if it's cutting into your neck. The carrying strap on top of the case lid is convenient for quickly grabbing your lens. Nice to have a flat side to the case, so it won't roll around if you lay it on its side. Glad I bought it when I did; The price jumped about 25% in the last 2 months. (hate when that happens)