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I use the Lowepro Adventure 170 for travel and it holds a Canon Rebel T4i with an attached Canon 24-105 f/1.4L lens and either a Vivitar DF-483 flash or a Tamaron 18-270 f/3.5-6.3 zoom lens. There is just enough extra room in the case for a small Sony Cybershot. My concern for your equipment is the length of your cam… see more I use the Lowepro Adventure 170 for travel and it holds a Canon Rebel T4i with an attached Canon 24-105 f/1.4L lens and either a Vivitar DF-483 flash or a Tamaron 18-270 f/3.5-6.3 zoom lens. There is just enough extra room in the case for a small Sony Cybershot. My concern for your equipment is the length of your camera body with lens attached. My camera with lens measures 7 inches from front to rear and fits lens down with about 1/2 inch of spare room at the top in which I fold the strap. The interior dimensions of the case are approx. 4 inches front to back, 8 inches deep, and 8 inches side to side. Hope this helps. see less I use the Lowepro Adventure 170 for travel and it holds a Canon Rebel T4i with an attached Canon 24-105 f/1.4L lens and either a Vivitar DF-483 flash or a Tamaron 18-270 f/3.5-6.3 zoom lens. There is just enough extra room in the case for a small Sony Cybershot. My concern for your equipment is the length of your camera body with lens attached. My camera with lens measures 7 inches from front to rear and fits lens down with about 1/2 inch of spare room at the top in which I fold the strap. The interior dimensions of the case are approx. 4 inches front to back, 8 inches deep, and 8 inches side to side. Hope this helps.
By Jim45056 on December 8, 2014
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Inside dimensions are 6" x 3 1/2" and 7" deep. It also has to removable partitions.
By Gregor on June 10, 2014
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No. It's a little rubberized at one point, but not padded.
By onandonatpitt on April 24, 2014
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The inside of the main compartment is orange, which makes it very easy to find things. The outer pocket is gray. The inner pocket is lined with a soft padding that Velcro sticks very well. The outer pocket is lined with the standard nylon type stuff.
By Brannan Idle on July 9, 2014
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Yes it does .Regards Steve 1-800-221-2253
By Cambridgeworld SELLER on February 26, 2016
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It might fit with the 50mm lens, but only on its back with the lens up, and then it would be tight.
By Jim McFarland on July 6, 2016
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there is no room to spare in camera bag. if you mean a backpack with room to spare, sure.
By jel on January 6, 2016
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I own the bag and it fit the d3200 with 18-55 and 55-200 and flash, with room for extras like batteries, etc.
By tditty on July 15, 2016