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  • Inner dimension of 5-by-3-inches packs dual teleconverters or the mid-range, non-static orifice wizz or bound focal length lens
  • Outer fabric water-resistant 600D TXP element keeps lens protected as well as protected
  • Stacking divider separates as well as protects lenses
  • OverLap zipper for additional protection
  • SlipLock connection tabs fastens to belt, S&F leather leather belt or harness, or any SlipLock bottom product

Product Description
The Lens Case 1N by Lowepro is the black tote to strengthen as well as lift an additional lens. Extra stuffing as well as firm bases strengthen as well as await profitable lenses. All Lowepro Lens Cases have been concordant with their Street as well as Field modular complement as well as SlipLock bottom products.

Lowepro Lens Case 1N

5 Reviews

  1. Brian Koch says:

    I have been trying to find a way to easily carry a lot of camera equipment for quite some time. I have tried backpacks, shoulder bags, duffel bags, but none of them really worked all that well. Then I saw the Lowepro Street and Field system with completely customizable pouches, vests, belts, and accessories. It works great, you only get the pouches you need so there is no waisted space and you can organize them however you want according to how often they are used (put frequently used items in easier to access places.)

    The variety alone of this system is worth the investment, but the quality and ease of use is also very high which is a big plus. You can get a case for any lens, camera body, or accessory you have. I even have cases for my cell phone and water bottle. One word of caution, be sure to measure your lens with the lens hood on backwards if you use them to make sure that the entire thing will fit into the pouch, because sometimes the lens will fit, but then the lens with the lens hood will not. I often carry 5-6 lenses, extension tubes, teleconverters, extra memory cards and batteries, and a bunch of cleaning supplies and other gadgets, which weights a ton. But when they are evenly distributed on this vest/belt Lowepro system it is actually very manageable.

    The only down side is that everyone will be staring at you because you have thousands of dollars of camera equipment strapped to your body. But if you can overlook that, this is the way to go. I have used this system at many zoos without ever having problems, in fact just unzipping a single lens and switching seems safer to me than opening an entire bag of equipment every time you want to switch lenses. Many of the cases also come with a built in rain/snow cover so if the weather changes all of your equipment is not destroyed. You can also put just a few pouches on a normal belt when you are just going to take photos in the back yard or don’t need to take all of your equipment, which is nice. I really can’t say enough about how much easier this makes traveling with a lot of equipment, if you have been hopelessly searching for a better solution, consider this, you won’t regret it.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. R. D. Chandler says:

    This is a good lens case, however, I assumed wrongly that it would fit an Olympus 70-300 lens based on the picture showing a lens along side the case. Amazon did not furnish the dimensions for the case. This case is less than five inches deep on the inside.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. Neil Deshpande says:

    The case fits the 18-135mm lens reviewed at perfectly with space to put the reversed hood around the lens as well.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Abrama says:

    Excellent case, but doesn’t fit my Canon 100mm L macro lens. Will need to buy the 2S.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. M. Winchester says:

    I got this to use with a Think Tank Steroid Speed belt. In truth, I got three different sizes of the Lowepro lens case, making it easy to get one that is a perfect fit for lenses and lens accessories (teleconverters/extension tubes). I would definitely recommend these for amateur and professional shooters.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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