The Lowepro Lens Case 4 provides excellent protection for lenses such as the
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS Lens
with its hood reversed or the
Canon EF 300mm f/4 L IS Lens and
Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS USM Lens (snug fit – especially with a lens plate attached)
with their hoods retracted.
With extra padding and a rigid base,
the Lens Case 4 will protect your lens investment.
Water-resistant 600D TXP™ outer fabric provides protection from wear.

Although the Lens Case 4 includes a SlipLock attachment,
the size of the case makes it awkward to use attached this way.
A belt slot allows use with the
Lowepro Belt —
or you can carry the Lens Case 4 on the included shoulder strap (the best way IMHO).
The Lens Case 4 also includes compression straps for attaching to other Lowepro packs and bags.

The interior size of the Lowepro Lens Case 4 is approximately 4.5″D x 10″H (11.5 x 25.5 cm).

 
My $.02 on lens cases …

Everyone has their own preference for carrying their lenses and gear around.
My personal decision has been to individually protect each lens in Lowepro Lens Cases.

My lenses represent a significant investment to me – I take excellent care of them.
Acquiring the appropriate lens case for most of my lenses is the standard
of storage protection I follow.
The lens case investment is small – the protection is very good.

Lowepro Lens Cases are basically thick, slightly-rigid padded
nylon pouches with a protective OverLap Zipper(tm) that goes most of the way around the top of the case.

When traveling by vehicle, I often place filled lens cases in a
Pelican Case or even a
strong Rubbermaid-type plastic storage box.
They are well protected from impact and moisture –
and the plastic storage container not a target for theft.

When I am carrying the lenses for possible use,
I will typically SlipLock a Lowepro Lens Case or two to a Lowepro Toploader case (such as the
Lowepro Toploader 75 AW) or a
Lowepro Light Belt.
This makes for a highly customizable setup.
You can adjust your cases to take exactly what you need for the shoot.

Lowepro’s SlipLock attachment is a series of flexible and semi-rigid nylon and Velcro tabs.
The semi-rigid tab on the Lowepro Lens Case slides through a wide nylon web on a larger
case or belt and Velcros back onto the Lowepro Lens Cases.
An additional flexible nylon strap Velcros onto the back of the semi-rigid tab
locking everything in place.

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