Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Lens Case 13x32cm
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Size does matter !!
Sanjeev, B&H Photo
6 days ago
Excerpt: Bought it for my Tamron SP 150-600mm lens. My lens has lenscoat cover, it still fits very well inside the case (with lense cover reversed ofc). Good padding for lens protection. Good quality product.
Excerpt: This is a great stand-alone case for a large lens. It is perfect for my Tamron 150-600 F5.0-6.3 lens with mounting collar attached. It has a double zipper at the top. Just open, pop the lens in, and close! There is a shoulder-length strap, but generally I use the hand strap. This case is perfect for storage or transport of the lens. It is lightweight and will stand on one end as well as lie down.
Excerpt: I purchased this product as a means of storage and protection for my Tamron SP 150-600mm lens. The lens came without adequate protection and I felt it necessary to provide that as soon as possible. I found out about the case from watching a youtube video clip about the lens. The person in the video made mention of the product company and case dimensions. I was able to track the case down at B&H.
Pros: Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight, Peace Of Mind
Excerpt: I purchased this case as I have the Tamron 150-600MM Lens and needed a case. From reading the reviews the case fits the lens perfectly. Overall the case is built to Lowepro standards. Its well built, well padded with good zippers. The support strips are lighter than I expected but they work well. There are 2 straps in the front which I believe are to tighten the lens, but for the Tamron it wasn't needed.
Excerpt: I bought this case for the Tamron 150-600mm lens that I have on order. The case is made very well as the other Lowepro products I own. I'm sure this will provide great protection for the Tamron lens when I get it.