Reviews and Problems with Tamrac MX5347, M.A.S. Lens Case Pro 200
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Excellent case for 70-200mm with 1.4x Tele
parker9635, B&H Photo
14 February 2015
Excerpt: Excellent, affordable, waterproof case. My application was to safely hold a 70-200mm VRII Nikon with a 1.4x TCEIII teleconverter at home and in the field. This case is perfect for this application. The case comes with the tarmac modular accessory system (M.A.S.
Excerpt: I bought this to protect my Nikkor 70-300 lens when I'm switching it off with other lenses during forays in the outdoors. I find the inside dimensions perfect for that lens, even with the lens hood attached (no need to reverse). Attaches securely to my belt with no fear of it falling off.
Excerpt: Without tripod ring collar and quick release plate lens would fit fine. But with them you really have to work lens into the case. Can be done but takes some work. Lens hood mounted backwards is not a problem.
Excerpt: I needed a lens case bag to store and carry my Sigma 50-150 2.8 with a tripod collar. I have several other Tamrac bags with the M.A.S. capability and wanted a lens case to fit with what I already had.
Pros: Compact, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: I have several Tamrac bags and wanted something that would allow me to carry my new 70-200 f4L lens outside of a larger backpack bag. This is a great fit. I like that I can even leave the lens hood on so it is ready to shoot when I change it. I can carry it on my belt. I do not have the M.A.S.T.
Excerpt: I photograph events and bridge construction and this lens case works perfect for both. I bought the wrong size Tamrac belt to go with it so I use whatever belt I have on. Other than pulling my pants down a bit it works great.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I use this to store my canon 70-200mm f2.8L II IS. It fits nicely in it. Pouch itself is sturdy and nicely padded inside. Only downside is the pouch feels a bit loose on the bag, I would have like the M.A.S. system to procure a tighter attachment.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded