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.
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.
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.
Excerpt: I have this pouch on my S&F Technical belt along with the older model Lowepro 1 and 1W lens cases. While I like the speed of opening and closing via velcro, and that the pouch collapses when empty, I don't find it to be as secure as a zipper is when storing my 17-35mm f/2.8 or 85mm f/1.4.
Excerpt: I use Lowepro cases exclusively. And this one could very well be my most favorite case yet. I keep my camera stored with a 70-300 lens, and attached to the outside I carry a 18-55 lens. But it was ways a pain to get the small lens out of the "rounded " case. But this 55 AW solved the problem.
Excerpt: Fantastic single-lens pouch. One thing that is not made clear in the Manufacturers' write-up is the fact that it does have a very nice belt-attachment set of flaps that overlap and interlock with each other so you can wear the Lens Pouch on your belt quite easily.