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Tim:
I'm pretty sure you'll be able to get that combination into the backpack. It has a long central section to accomodate the lens, attached to the body. Depending on the width of the lens, you'll have space for another three lenses, such as an 18-55, or the canon 550250 STM lens. If the Tamron isn't wider than a … see more
Tim:
I'm pretty sure you'll be able to get that combination into the backpack. It has a long central section to accomodate the lens, attached to the body. Depending on the width of the lens, you'll have space for another three lenses, such as an 18-55, or the canon 550250 STM lens. If the Tamron isn't wider than a Canon 100mmF2.8 lens, you might have space for as much as 6 more normal lenses. Right now, I can carry a T41, with the 100mm lens on it, as well as the 18-55 STM and the 55-250 STM, a 50 mm F 1.8 lens, and a Canon 430 EX flash, plus a charger, spare batteries.
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By R. Breault on December 16, 2014
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As I recall, the tripod is held at the top by a loop around the tripod. The pocket is only a few inches deep to allow the weight of the tripod to be supported.
By Terry Brawley on April 4, 2014
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Yes. I carry a gripped 5d III with a 70-200 all the time. The only problem is if you change lenses to a shorter one there is not enough room to carry the 70-200 lens in the back off the camera together with the camera coupled with the short lens. I find I must put the long lens back on the camera to get everything t… see more Yes. I carry a gripped 5d III with a 70-200 all the time. The only problem is if you change lenses to a shorter one there is not enough room to carry the 70-200 lens in the back off the camera together with the camera coupled with the short lens. I find I must put the long lens back on the camera to get everything to fit back in the bag. I leave the short lens set up around my neck until it is time to "pack up". At that time it requires the lens swap to the long lens to get everything to fit.....hope that makes sence. see less
By ojdidit on February 15, 2014
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Well they say bigger is better? I would go to your local camera store and looking at both models to see if one fits your needs.
I bought the 300 and I have a 150 -600, 55- 250,
15-90 and a pancake lens with filters, flash in the bag and at times it the doesn't seem big enough.… see more
Well they say bigger is better? I would go to your local camera store and looking at both models to see if one fits your needs.
I bought the 300 and I have a 150 -600, 55- 250,
15-90 and a pancake lens with filters, flash in the bag and at times it the doesn't seem big enough.
I will say I am very happy with quality of the bag with it's many pockets and of course it a perfect back pack.
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By hrider on October 6, 2015
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Yes I carry a canon 6d with lens and extra stuff
By @scire.photo on November 12, 2014
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It's well padded from every side, with internal padded divisions, as well as an internal pouch to keep small items from rattling against cameras and lenses, and the zip goes against your back so it protects against the rain and thieves... So that's three dimensions of protection!
By SEN on May 3, 2014
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Im not a perfessional photographer .but I think its a bit smaller for this size.because of it wld keep 70-300lens,17-40lens and body only. other room just for battery and other small things. so I suggest you wld buy biger one at least it keep 3lens and body.thisis my opinion only .thank you.
By tao zhang on May 10, 2015
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I'm happy to help answer your questions
The pack Fits:
Up to a pro DSLR with lens attached (up to 80-200mm f/2.8)… see more
I'm happy to help answer your questions
The pack Fits:
Up to a pro DSLR with lens attached (up to 80-200mm f/2.8)
2-4 extra lenses of flashes
Tripod
Accessories and small personal items
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By Wornessentials on June 9, 2016 SELLER
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The lowepro 300 is smaller than the 400, but it should fit two cameras and some lenses, but I'm not sure it would fit 4 lenses. It might if they aren't too large.
By SageRider on February 12, 2016