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A Nikon 5200 with a Nikon 18-300 lens, plus UV filter, plus polarizer, plus lens cap fits nicely with strap included.
By paladin on January 8, 2015
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5 inches at the top of the zipper curve...4 1/2" wide.
By jw on January 16, 2014
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Yep, I have the D5200 with the 18-140mm lens and it comfortably fits in the case with a couple of inches to spare in the bottom, even with two filters and the lens cap attached.
By DET Wood on July 2, 2014
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I can assure you that a Canon 7D with the 24-105mm f/4 L lense fit perfectly in it. I have that lay out and works perfectly with pending hammock system. It fits quite good and you don´t have it bouncing all over the place. Excelent case
By Fernando Walls on September 26, 2013
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I think it *technically* would fit, but it might render the built-in "hammock" as useless. It's supposed to keep the camera in a suspended state so that if dropped, the shock is lessened and there's less potential to damage the lens or camera. Since the 18-135mm lens is longer, it may not be suspended as high as a st… see more I think it *technically* would fit, but it might render the built-in "hammock" as useless. It's supposed to keep the camera in a suspended state so that if dropped, the shock is lessened and there's less potential to damage the lens or camera. Since the 18-135mm lens is longer, it may not be suspended as high as a standard zoom lens. see less I think it *technically* would fit, but it might render the built-in "hammock" as useless. It's supposed to keep the camera in a suspended state so that if dropped, the shock is lessened and there's less potential to damage the lens or camera. Since the 18-135mm lens is longer, it may not be suspended as high as a standard zoom lens.
By Molly Inglish on December 16, 2013
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I doubt it will fit the 55-200. This is rather more in the small to medium size bag.
By TeamLP on December 4, 2013
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It would be perfect. I have a Canon EOS Rebel w/ 18-55 and it's great in this fabulous case. Check it out at e-bags for the best price and service.
By MiamiMike on February 1, 2014
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This bag is not water proof.
By SM TOWN SELLER on April 12, 2017
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It should. My Canon 60D with 18-200 lens fits well. This is very handy & sturdy case.
By Amir M. Seifi on February 6, 2013
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Yes - no problem there.
By George Barkos on February 2, 2013