Lens cases come in several individual sizes or as a four pack. Designed to fit all popular lens brands and large sizes such as telephoto lenses. Shuts tight for a secure grip.
Some dimensions are not accurate on the product page and may be too large or small for certain lens brands.
Made of water-resistant neoprene. Pack of three cases come with individual clips to attach them to belts, vests, bags, or backpacks without taking up extra space. Included microfiber cloth is gentle on lens glass when cleaning.
Smallest lens pouch has less padding than the larger two cases in the set.
Large lens cases are big enough for longer telephoto lenses. Each case features a convenient carrying handle or strap to fasten to a bag or photography belt or vest. Compatible with lenses from various brands.
Smaller belt clips are too small to fit on some heavy-duty photography belts and vests.
Heavy-duty neoprene sizes provide an extra thick layer of protection around the sides and top or bottom of the lens. Small storage compartment on top is big enough for lens cap or accessories. Protects lenses from dust and rain.
Lens cases tend to run on the larger side, leaving space between the lens and walls.
Large case has room for eight individual lenses with a separate protective pouch. Each pouch side can be removed to open up room for larger lenses as well. Features a convenient carrying strap.
Joint lens space does not offer as much padding between the lenses as individual cases.
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Camera lenses are often more expensive than a professional DSLR camera body. Since a whole kit of lenses represents quite an investment, it is helpful to protect that investment with a set of cases. Much like the lenses, lens cases come in different sizes to match the different types of glass. While some cases are billed as “universal fit,“ it is best to choose cases that match the size of the lens as much as possible. You will find soft and hardshell options with rugged, plastic exterior shells and padded lining interiors being the preferred protective measures for professional photographers.