Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Adventura TLZ 25
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Great for backpacking
Rob, B&H Photo
6 November 2014
Excerpt: I do a great deal of back country hiking and I wanted a top loading bag that I can attach to the chest harness of my backpack. I bought it for use with a Sony NEX 7 with lens and hood attached to give me the ability to quickly get the camera out and get the shot without fumbling with the lens cap...
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Well constructed & well designed case. Bought for my Canon t3i w/ 18-135 mm lens. It fits a bit more snugly than I hoped, but it works and camera definitely doesn't flop around. Case has about as much storage space as you can fit into a camera case.
Excerpt: I bought this bag simply to carry around extra lenses while I am on a shoot. It is easier than carrying my whole camera bag. I can leave the equipment that I will not likely use either at home or locked up in my car and use this as a walk around bag with the essentials for more convenience and less...
Excerpt: I would never have purchased this on its own; I only have it because it came in a bundle.The case is only barely enough to hold the camera itself with a small to medium lens attached, perhaps an extra battery in the pocket, but that's about it.There's no room for additional lenses or telephoto...
Pros: Compact, Lightweight
Cons: Not Enough Pocket Room, Too Small, Uncomfortable Strap
Excerpt: Purchased a kit which included Canon Rebel T5i with 18-135mm STM lens. Kit included Lowepro TLZ 15 bag which was too small for camera. Adorama switched that bag for TLZ 25 and it is a perfect fit.Room for lens filters and small excessories