Excerpt: I ordered this in hopes of having a small DSLR with the Sigma 50-500 in for walk around protection. The size was a little tight, but workable. The Big Sigma has a lip around the end of the lens, which would catch on the bag and make it very difficult to remove the lens. I am very impressed with Tamrac gear, but this wouldn't work for my specific need, so I returned to B&H.
Excerpt: I have used Tamrac holster bags with Tamrac and Lowepro accessories hanging on since the beginning of time. I need a bag that can handle a full frame pro DSLR with grip attached for shoots where I do not need the full set of lenses. My trusty old Tamrac 519 will not handle the larger body with the grip. The Zoom 10 is one of the two options I found, and the other was out of stock.
Excerpt: I use this to carry my Nikon d7100 with Nikon 80-400mm AF-S with step down ring and 62mm metal lens shade. It all fits very easily, and makes it much easier to take the rig for long walks. It seems very well made. Zippers work smoothly. The handy front pocket keeps extra cards, battery, etc. handy. I have not been able to find any other hoster style cases which will hold this rig.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Holds It All, Lightweight, Roomy Lens Compartment, Supports Lens Well, Well made, Well Padded
Excerpt: I bought this camera to hold my Canon 40D camera and the 100/400mm lens attached. The lens hood needs to be in the reversed direction ,but it fits perfectly. I find I use the buckle that holds the top flap down without zipping and that allows me to pull the camera out rapidly. To further secure it, I will zip the zipper on the top. It's exactly what I hoped for.
Excerpt: Use with Nikon D700 with 70-200 and L-plate. Fit is tight but adequate. Well made bag. Only fault (minor) is that the zippered top could open a little wider to allow quicker access to the camera. As it is, the top has to be pulled back "fully" to access the camera. Other than that, exactly what it should be.