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Better than the SLRC-1Z Zoom Holster,
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I had originally bought the Case Logic SLR-1Z Zoom Holster to accommodate my D70 with attached Tamron 28-300 lens, however I found that case had too small of an opening for my camera. So I got the SLRC-201 Zoom and it is much better, the differences between the two cases are:
1) Larger opening, camera slips in and out with ease.
2) Main compartment zipper is easier to operate.
3) Hammock suspension system is a better design.
4) Base is sturdier and made of better material.
5) Strap is a little longer.
1) Strap pad is thicker.
2) Extra pocket on inside flap cover.
3) Although the main zipper is difficult to open, it seems to be more water proof.
4) Has option for belt attachment.
Both of these cases are very well made and great for cameras with attached lenses, if you have a smaller SLR then the 1Z will work for you, however the 201 is much better for a larger SLR camera, hope this helps with your decision.
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Initial post: May 22, 2011, 3:32:56 PM PDT
Life is Great! says:
Is the diameter of your Tamron lense 3"? I am looking for a bag that I can fit a D60 with an attached Tamron lense 18-270 mm, which has a diameter of 3". I am planning on putting this case inside a big handbag or backpack to hide the camera.
In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2011, 6:27:36 PM PDT
I also have the 18-270vc which is a little wider and thicker than my 28-300 due to the image stabilizer motor in the lens (62mm and 72mm filter size). With that being said it is also little tight for the bags suspension system attached to my D90, it will work as the neoprene on the suspension has a little give and will stretch. I think the smaller body on the D60 maybe a little forgiving with this type of bag, hope this helps?
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