Summary: I ordered two pieces by mistake yet, I am glad I made it because as a nikon user it can fit a lot my existing lenses like 105mm F2.8 VR macro lens, 12-24mm F4, 18-200mm VR, even my 17-55mm F2.8 so you can see that versatility is indeed there.
Summary: Fits a cano 28-135mm is usm lens like a glove. Excellent build quality. However, it doesn't fit with the lens hood on. I can shove in in real hard face first and then yank it out at full extension but after trying that once I am not going to do it again.
Fits my EF28-135mm + lens hood like a tailor made glove
John Grooms, Amazon
29 October 2007
Summary: I like to pack my Canon lenses in lens cases with their lens hoods reversed. That way I always have the hood to use when shooting. But this also means over-sizing the lens case a bit to accommodate the hood.
Summary: I have been trying to find a way to easily carry a lot of camera equipment for quite some time. I have tried backpacks, shoulder bags, duffel bags, but none of them really worked all that well.
Well made case for SIGMA Ultrawide and similar lenses
29 October 2007
Summary: I purchased this to hold my SIGMA 10-20mm ultra wide (Nikon model). It fits well. The case is a little large in the height dimension for this particular lens. However, I took some of the cushioning out of the bottom of case that came with that lens and was able to put in into this lens case.
Summary: I have used a few different camera bags over the years, and I really like the LowePro system. I use the Holster for the DSLR with a lens attached, and the lens cases for my extra lenses. When I need to transport my equipment around, I have two ways I use this system.
Summary: I bought this for my Nikon 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 G ED-IF AF-S VR DX Zoom-Nikkor Lens , and it holds this lens comfortably with the hood reversed. It can also hold my Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 EX DC HSM Lens for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras with the hood on (not reversed).