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Canon Zoom Pack 1000 Holster Style Bag

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About Canon

Weather proof material. Holds your full-size 35mm camera and zoom lens comfortably in a fully padded heavy-duty nylon case, with a belt for carrying at waist level. Access is easy and quick, with top opening. An accessory compartment holds film, filters and accessories. will hold ELAN 7/7E & Rebel 2000 with zoom lenses (up to EF28-200U, EF28-135ISU)

Canon Specifications

Internal Dimensions
6.8" x 8.7" x 4.72" (W x H x D)
Capacity
Camaera with Zoom Lens
Colors Available
Black with Olive Green trim
Mfr #
6227A002
SKU
CACSH

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4.4

(based on 18 reviews)

78%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

A perfect bag for EOS Rebel XT/350D/400D

Very useful and sturdy bag - and, although compact, it's big! My Canon EOS Rebel XT/350D with a Sigma 18-200mm lens fits perfectly inside it (even with the camera's big strap folded behind the camera and with a polarizer filter + Sigma's big lens hood attached in front of the lens) - and there's still some space left inside for some small accessories... It comes with a velcro "divider" to be put over the camera (or behind it, as a matter of fact), so you can partition the inner space and cr...

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Very useful and sturdy bag - and, although compact, it's big! My Canon EOS Rebel XT/350D with a Sigma 18-200mm lens fits perfectly inside it (even with the camera's big strap folded behind the camera and with a polarizer filter + Sigma's big lens hood attached in front of the lens) - and there's still some space left inside for some small accessories... It comes with a velcro "divider" to be put over the camera (or behind it, as a matter of fact), so you can partition the inner space and create a second section/slot (on the top portion of the bag, just below its top cover) to keep a battery charger (plus two or three extra batteries) or small acessories without taking the risk to scratch the camera's LCD screen. The top cover closes by velcro and it's very easy and fast to open (just pull it up, without the need to push buttons, press hooks, untie laces or whatever). Inside the bag, just below the top cover, there's a very convenient zipper-style compartment (very useful for storing cables, cleaning pens, portable table tripods etc.). The front accessory compartment is small, but there's enough space for around 3 memory cards, one or two lens caps, a thin cable and maybe more (all these items together), if you arrange everything well. It features a comfortable, ergonomic strap and a belt that allows us to carry it on our waist. You'll look like as if you're carrying a big gun! If you don't have too much photographic gear and stuff, this bag may be the only bag you will ever need. In my case, here's a list of what it can hold altogether: - A Canon EOS Rebel XT/350D + Sigma 18-200mm lens (with a polarizer filter and a big hood attached) - A CB-2LT battery charger - A Hoya polarizer filter case - A flexible, mini table tripod - The camera's USB cable - The camera's video cable - The front lens cap (when it is off the camera) - The rear lens cap - The camera's cover body cap - An RC-1 wireless remote controller (attached to the camera's strap) - A manual air blower with large rubber bulb Of course it would be more comfortable if I'd put all this stuff in a bigger, horizontal-style gear bag, but this one gives me the benefit of wearing it around my neck and leave it hanging just in front of me (as I would do with the camera alone) or around my waist (holster style). And, last but not least, it is beautiful, stylish and have a nice silver "Canon" logo in front of it. Recommended!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

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I bought this for a Chicago trip since Adorama was out of the two Lowepro cases I wanted. It worked well as a basic case but no real padding to protect camera and lens. It was a tight fit for my Canon 40d and 18-135mm lens.The lack of padding and extra pockets should be noted. I had enough room for a lens brush and cleaning cloth in the top and a battery and one 4 gig card in the only front pocket. Everything fit but it was tight..It was a hassle to get the camera in and out of it.

Reviewed by 18 customers

 
4.0

Just what I thought it'd be

By

I needed an extra bag to use as a holster while I'm walking around wedding venues (mainly to keep extra lenses in). I haven't gotten a chance to use it yet, but it seems like it will be perfect!

 
4.0

A bag for a one lens day trip

By

T2i with 18-200mm lens (reversed hood) fits nicely with a spare filter in the outside pocket. (Need to wrap camera strap around lens.) It looks like a larger body would also fit, so I'll be ready to upgrade to a 70D! I am not sure if I like the belt strap, and I kind of wish it was removeable, but it tucks away in its own compartment

 
5.0

Very Pleased

By

I bought this case for my Canon Rebel XS with 18-200mm lens. It fits just fine. It doesn't have a lot of room for "extras" but for getting the camera safely to your shooting site or for carrying around during the day while taking occasional pictures, this definitely is a great bag to have.

 
5.0

Love this bag!!!

By

Great bag!!

 
5.0

Great product. Fits 60D with 18-135 lens

By

I purchased the Canon Zoom Pack 1000 Holster Style Bag knowing it was not a "padded" case. I have a Canon 100-DG Digital Gadget Bag for that purpose (great gear bag btw). I wanted the Canon Zoom Pack 1000 Holster for times when I want to take a minimal amount of gear with me. Fits my Canon EOS 60D with 18-135 lens perfectly, but snugly. You can stuff your camera's shoulder strap inside it, but I prefer to let my camera shoulder strap hang outside the case. The front pocket easily holds my extra battery and SDHC cards with room to spare. The Canon Zoom Pack 1000 Holster is well constructed and good looking. It comes with a shoulder strap and built-in hidden waist belt. After receiving the first one, I ordered a second one for my daughter's Canon EOS Rebel T3. It is an exact match for her Canon 100-EG Custom Gadget Bag.

 
5.0

Canon Zoom Pack 1000 Holster Bag

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I just needed the camera protected when traveling light without lots of accessories, etc. This meets that need. It's convenient and not too bulky.

 
5.0

Canon Zoom Pack 1000 Holster Style Bag r

By

Very handy case for quick events.

 
5.0

Perfect for EOS 60D + Zoom

By

This holster is perfect for the EOS 60D with zoom lens attached [fits 55-250 and 18-135 with body securely]. Case itself is light but strong and sturdy, with a weather overlap for the top opening. Can be strapped to waist and/or shoulder carried, both straps are included. Also has front compartment for cards, caps, etc. Must have for EOS line.

 
4.0

Functional

By

Use it to carry a canon 40D and lens (usually 17-55). Also stows a polarized filter, few spare CF cards and a spare battery. Not room for a lot else. Light weight and easy to carry though.

 
4.0

Great fit

By

The right product to carry and protect your camera without the bulk of bags or cases.

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Tanya R  Will it fit the Canon 60D and 17-55 lens?
WILLIAM J  I have a Canon t2i with an 18-55 and a 55-250 lens. camera will fit in the bag with either lens attached
Tanya R  If your 55-250 lens is a Canon, it's just about the height of mine, so that is great!
Tanya R  Will it fit the Canon 60D and 17-55 lens?
WILLIAM J  I have a Canon t2i with an 18-55 and a 55-250 lens. camera will fit in the bag with either lens attached
Tanya R  If your 55-250 lens is a Canon, it's just about the height of mine, so that is great!
Shopper  Hi any chance this would take a 7d with a 70-300 lens on it?
RAJESH B  Not sure about 7D but I had EOS XTi and it fit fine with Sigma 70-300 mm lens
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