Reviews and Problems with Lowepro S&F Slim Lens Pouch 55 AW
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"T", B&H Photo
24 April 2014
Excerpt: I purchased this pouch to carry a Canon 16-35mm zoom on a Lowepro S&F belt. The lens does fit, but just a hair too tight and short for my liking. I like a little faster access. I wish that it had a built in pouch to hold an additional filter.
Excerpt: Was hoping to use this bag to carry a second lens (Canon zoom 55-250) when shooting with my DSLR (Canon Rebel XSi). When I received this item it was larger than expected - there was enough room that the lens would juggle around more than I liked. If I had a larger diameter lens, I would have kept this item. In place of this item, I will end up using the Canon case for my Canon Vixia camcorder.
Excerpt: It seems "durable" and constructed of good material. But the design is flawed. I read the reviews before purchasing it and still bought it anyway. However, I must add my dissatisfaction to those who reviewed it and complained about the less than perfect "seal" on the flap. If it had a zipper in addition to velcro, I would like it. But it just seems so flimsy. I did feel comfortable with it and did not want to put an expensive lens in it and risk having it fall out.
Pros: Durable, Lightweight
Cons: Inadequate Protection, Not Enough Pocket Room
Excerpt: Great for conveniently carrying an extra Canon lens on my belt or by attaching the pouch to my larger Lowepro bag for easier lens access. I received it as a gift and have already used it several days in a row. Seems well constructed and is definitely light and compact. Great product!
Excerpt: I've use that to store my Canon Canon 85mm 1.2. I really have liked it, so much. I've bought the jacket with the Lowerpro belt. Both itens works so good. I have no complains about that, but the only reason to give 4 stars on rating is because the belt has opened 2 times during the use.
Excerpt: I bought this bag and a few others to go with the the utility belt. I have a Nikon 24-70 and bought this bag to use for it. I actually like the utility bag 100aw much better. There's one snap that closes the top of the bag and the sides are somewhat exposed. With the utility 100 it has a zipper which is fully enclosed and the 100 can be used for other storage ideas.