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. This is a perfect companion for trips where bulk maybe an issue. I don't mind tagging along this lens case for my travel.
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. Come on lowepro: in your lens compatibility chart include information about lens hood compatibilty. How often do pros shoot without lens hoods?
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. I simply measure the diameter of the lens with its hood reversed, as well as it's length with protective caps at both ends, and go to the Lowepro site to find the closest fit.
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. That took care of this problem. Fits like a glove now. The case seems to be well made and should be very durable. The padding is thick enough to protect the lens from minor bumps.
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. Then I saw the Lowepro Street and Field system with completely customizable pouches, vests, belts, and accessories.
Summary: I use these great soft cases to protect both my Canon 17-40mm f/4 L and my Canon 24-105mm f/4 L lenses. Most frequently I use them strapped to the side of a Lowepro Topload Zoom holster case. Together they form a modular method of carrying an SLR, my Canon 100-400mm L, and two additional lenses in a modular, highly compact, yet well protected manner. Highly recommended.
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. The first way is to use the LowePro waist belt, and I attach the Toploader holster to the belt. This is nice because I can easily unzip the holster and pull out the camera and shoot.
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). While the Sigma came with its own nice case, this allows me to bring my camera with the 18-200VR attached for most shots and have the 10-20 available for immediate use (and safely store the 18-200VR in the...