FS: Lowepro Lens Case 1N


Mike-P

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 11:37
Brand new, carded.
11 incl UK postage ..payment by BT, cheque of paypal gift with buyer picking up fees.

Capacity:
2 teleconverters or mid-range, variable aperture zoom or fixed focal length lens.

Size(Interior):
3D X 4.9H in./7.5 X 12.5 cm

Size(Exterior):
3.9W X 4D X 6.3H in./10 X 10.1 X 16 cm

Outer fabric: water-resistant 600D TXP

Weight:0.28lbs/0.13kg



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techno-terminator

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 11:55
PM sent
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Mike-P

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 12:15
One sold to the technoidiot ...

2 left.
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Mike-P

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 13:11
Another sold.

1 left.
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Mike-P

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 16:56
Last case sold to Kris.
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techno-terminator

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 17:37
WOW - that didn't take you long
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Dangermouse

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 20:42
These are excellent - will hold two short primes (anything 55mm or shorter should be ok).

One thing I've never been able to figure out with the Lowepro lens cases - what are the webbing loops sewn into the fabric at the ends of the zip for?
Matt

Shooting the Welsh Wilderness with K-m, KX, MX, ME Super and assorted lenses.

Mike-P

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 20:47
Dangermouse wrote:
These are excellent - will hold two short primes (anything 55mm or shorter should be ok).


I have a Tamron 90mm macro in one of mine.
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techno-terminator

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 20:50
Hooray I've been wondering that - and they are also on my small EX 160 Bag and on the bottom of my Micro Trekker 100 back pack - all are where zips finish/start.

Any ideas anyone ?
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Dangermouse

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 22:00
My Stealth Reporter D100AW has the loops too, they're just about big enough to get a little finger into on that but I doubt that was the intended use.

I wish Lowepro would do a small SLR case - something for an M series with a 50mm lens, or even better M series with winder and short lens. If you have one with a 40mm pancake lens then the Sliplock Pouch 30 is a good fit, but the 50mm is just a bit too long for it.
Matt

Shooting the Welsh Wilderness with K-m, KX, MX, ME Super and assorted lenses.

techno-terminator

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 22:06
Dangermouse - so we are still in the state of lack of knowledge about these loops ?

The only thing we know is that they are by the ends of zips .


Mike-P My case [ yes I already have one ] holds my Samsung 50-200 with its Hood reversed - so my new case is earmarked for my first new lens , still to be IDd and bought
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Photomonk

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 22:14
technoidiot wrote:
The only thing we know is that they are by the ends of zips .

It just happens to be a Lowepro signature to their products. Some like to grasp the metal zipper tabs and some like to grasp those thingies.

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Last Edited by Photomonk on 13/03/2010 - 22:14

techno-terminator

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 22:20
OH

Thanks for that - now I know
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Anvh

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 23:26
Huh do you mean the cords on the zipper tabs or the loops on the side of the bag?
I believe the loops are made to put a carabiners through it or some rope, at least that looked obvious to me as a climber...
And the cords on the tab are handy if you wear gloves
Stefan


K10D, K5
DA* 16-50, DA* 50-135, D-FA 100 Macro, DA 40 Ltd, DA 18-55
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Last Edited by Anvh on 13/03/2010 - 23:27

techno-terminator

Link Posted 13/03/2010 - 23:44
We meant the loops on the side
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