Summary: Does the job that is needed to be done: carries a lens. This bag will fit my kit lens with the hood attached, as well as my 50mm f/1.8 II with the hood attached. It is durable, padded, easily attached and detached but secure when attached. Could not ask for anything more for the price.
Summary: This is a great lens case for a number of lenses or other purposes. I have used it for several short Canon lenses (28mm & 50mm) as well as to hold film rolls, my phone, etc. I find that it is most useful for items that you don't need to access every 30 seconds.
Summary: Tamrac is a fine brand and the lens case is fine as well, BUT the lens I bought was listed at 4.5". What that means is that without the UV haze filter and without the rear lens cap it's 4.5". When you add that extra, you need the next size up lens case. Be aware of that. Not Tamrac's fault not B & H's fault, but just be aware.
Pros: Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Summary: Holds some of my short lenses very well, but for a couple of my wider lenses, the case is too narrow. Only way to use with wide angle or large aperature lenses is to keep the lens hood off, or go to the larger size case. If you go to the larger case, your lens can get lost at the bottom and you have to fish around for it.
Summary: I use this to hold my new macro lnes. I can either put it in my backpack and keep the lnes form bouncing around or attach it to my belt or fannypack. It is very durable and easy to use. The vlecro and snap can fit over or under a belt.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Good Protection, Lightweight