Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Lens Case 8 x 6cm
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Perfect for a small lens.
Eric, B&H Photo
12 September 2015
Excerpt: This is a nice size for a pancake lens or a small 50mm like the Canon 50 1.8 stm with a lens hood. The case fits nicely on the side of my Lowepro Toploader or any of the sliplock compatible larger packs.
Pros: Compact, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: I bought a bunch of these in 3 sizes 8x6, 9x9 and 9x13 to house my micro 4/3rd lenses but ended up using them for a couple of Canon EF lens too. Everything feels snug, safe and secure and I have no reason to doubt their quality or longevity.
Excerpt: I am using that product with my smallesr lens for Canon 35mm f/2.0 with a polarised filter and with that filter and a cap it match the pouch but not perfectly. I would like to have a litte bit bigger pouch like 5 mm taller. But not the next sixe that already exist with a lowepro pouches
Excerpt: This case is perfect to carry a 50mm lens. I have the canon 5omm 1.8. The case has great padding and a solid zipper. It has an attachment system built in to attach to the lowepro belts that works great. I bought this one, the one for my 24-70, and the 70-200 and the deluxe belt.
Pros: Attachment For Belt, Compact, Good Protection, Lightweight