Summary: Simply the best lens case. Fantastic padding and protection. It also has multiple ways to carry the case, example, belt strap, shoulder, or using their SlipLock System, which attaches to other packs that follow that system.
Summary: I needed this case to replace a Tamrac case that wasn't large enough to carry my lense. This case is much bigger than the Tamrac case listed for the same size lenses possibly a little too big but atleast it does hold the lenses indicated.
Summary: I bought a Sony 11-18mm lens and got a great deal. This was the perfect match for my lens. I only wanted the best to protect it. My experience with my other Lowepro lens cases has me convinced that it is the best. It is by far, the best case I haev used. It has more than enough cushion and fits on my belt with my other lens cases. I like the "double-lock" velcro tabs that ensure that the case can NEVER be dislodged accidentally.
Summary: This is great for the Sony 500 MM lens. The case is rugged, tightly closed and well padded for the mirror lens. It clips safely/secure to my LowePro 200 AW camera pack. I also use it as a stand alone with just the camera. LowePro makes great products. I use this in cold weather -20F, and does not get stiff.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Good Protection, Lightweight, Lots Of Pockets And Features, Weatherproof
Summary: It is bulky and to big for me. Despite that, it is good case with thick protective materials. Canon 16-35 2.8 fits with hood in regular position. The lens without the hood would be loose, bouncing everywhere, but with hood it is tight enough. Canon 24-70 2.8 fits with hood reversed. With that it is tight enough without it is loose like 16-35mm above. This case seems big you probably don't want to attach it to a belt on your side because it sticks out a lot.