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Lowepro Topload Zoom 1

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Lowepro Topload Zoom 1 Holster Camera Case

Overstock
20 August 2008
  • Summary: I have both the Zoom 1 and 2 Camera Case. The Zoom 1 fits a little nicer when the camera is carried without the lens shade attached (outwardly), but when I am taking the camera in and out for outdoor shooting (traveling) and I use the sunshade extended, the Zoom 2 is the case I need. Both cases are great and I will use both for my Sony A100 with 18-200mm lens. I have been very pleased with the quality and workmanship of Lowepro products.
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Fits like a glove...

Overstock
11 December 2007
  • Summary: I am very pleased with this camera case. It fits my digital SLR like a glove.
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Lowepro Topload Zoom 1 review by matthewporter

matthewporter, slrgear.com
15 January 2007
  • Summary: Actual amount paid: £20(GBP) Having purchased this bag six years ago for my film SLR I was pleased to find that it fitted my Nikon D50 perfectly. The elastic film loops are a little redundant but the internal pocket is ideal for memory cards. The external pocket is good for a filter and lens caps but can expand to take both the charger and data cable when away for longer.
  • Pros: Protection, Price
  • Cons: None!
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Lowepro Topload Zoom 1 review by hbcc100

hbcc100, slrgear.com
14 January 2007
  • Summary: I am using this bag for a Nikon D50 and it fits very well. The downside is that you can't take any spare lenses in it, but because of that it is small enough to fit in a rucksack. The padding is adequate, but I probably still wouldn't recommend dropping your camera from great heights in it!
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  • Cons: I am using this bag for a Nikon D50 and it fits very well. The downside is that you can't take any spare lenses in it, but because of that it is small enough to fit in a rucksack. The padding is adequate, but I probably still wouldn't recommend dropping your camera from great heights in it!
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Lowepro Topload Zoom 1 review by thomiz

thomiz, slrgear.com
10 January 2007
  • Summary: A nice bag for one lense/SLR combination. But I soon grew out of this one and had to purchase it larger brother the TLZ AW. It can really only hold one small extra lense and then without any padding.
  • Pros: Adequate
  • Cons: A little small, lacks AW cover
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Lowepro Topload Zoom 1 review by rankatz

rankatz, slrgear.com
9 January 2007
  • Summary: Like other reviewers have said, it fits the camera perfectly but not much more - we can fit our Minolta Maxxum 4 with its 28-80 zoom lens perfectly (with some room to spare on the lens end). however we can only fit about 2 rolls of film and a pair of batteries in the storage compartment, we didn't have room for the camera's instruction manual (a small booklet) which was a bit disappointing when we just got the camera (and bag) and needed the reference with us...
  • Pros: Small, lightweight, fits small SLRs with "not too large" zoom lens perfectly
  • Cons: not enough storage space
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Lowepro Topload Zoom 1 review by JoeSchu

JoeSchu, slrgear.com
5 December 2006
  • Summary: I made a mistake w/ this one. I hoped a good top-loader would save me from needing a better strap, unfortunately, this one is just too small, and there's no substitute for a good strap. I think a toploader is a good idea, I'd just go w/ a much bigger one!
  • Pros: Compact
  • Cons: Too compact, zipper pulls broke
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Lowepro Topload Zoom 1 review by xavier

xavier, slrgear.com
24 November 2006
  • Summary: I have used both the current and the previous version of this bag, and fitted in it the following cameras: - Minolta Maxxum 404 Si, with 28-80 lens - Minolta Maxxum 7, with 24-105 lens + hood - Canon 10 D, with 17-40 lens with hood reversed. I found the storage rather limited, which is the reason why I mainly use a Nova 2 instead now.
  • Pros: small bag, for a cheap price, good protection of the equipment.
  • Cons: limited storage.
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Lowepro Topload Zoom 1 review by maxx

maxx, slrgear.com
24 April 2006
  • Summary: This is my vacation and "walk around" camera bag. I bought it for my Nikon F80 35mm film SLR. Now I use it with my D70s DSLR. This bag is the perfect size for a D70 (or D50) with a mounted 24-120mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, plus a 50mm f/1.8 lens and an extra battery or two in the front pocket. I keep lens paper and CF cards in the lid pocket.
  • Pros: Compact; reverse opening lid for quick access while carrying it
  • Cons: Front pocket has no padding
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