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About FishBomb

Change the way you shoot with the FishBomb lens filter and accessory case by keeping your lens filters, batteries, flashcards & other small necessities comfortably at your fingertips.

As photographers, we're always looking for ways to differentiate ourselves and produce higher quality imagery. Using lens filters can help achieve both goals, but they are not always as accessible as we need them to be.

Quick Access:
Ever been caught in a situation you wish you had the right lens filter to get that perfect shot? Have you ever ran out of memory or batteries in the middle of a shoot? With the Fishbomb, you'll have quick instant access to all your lens filters, CF cards, batteries and other small accesories to ensure you won't miss the perfect shot.

Easy to Attach:
The Fishbomb's slipknot design allows you to tie the Fishbomb around any thin object, such as a strap on a bag, belt loops, and camera straps allowing you to place it where you can easily access your accessories.

Protective and Lightweight:
The Fishbomb is made of protective, wetsuit-grade neoprene to ensure that your filters, gadgets and accessories stay shiny and scratch free. The Fishbomb weighs in at just over an ounce and uses velcro buttoned pockets to keep your accessories in place.

Low Profile:
Tired of lugging around unsightly, bulky cases? The Fishbomb measures in at 6.5 in. x 4 in. when attached and blends into whatever it' s attached to.

When you're not using the Fishbomb to carry lens filters, you could use it to hold your camera batteries, double AA's, pocket wizards, CF cards and other small accessories. For more every day uses the Fishbomb is perfect for point and shoot cameras, cell phones, keys and more!

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Lightweight (34),Compact (28),Good protection (27),Durable (18),Easily accessible equipment (13),Comfortable strap (9),Strong construction (9),Comfortable (7),Adjustable harness (3),Convenient (3)
Not enough pocket room (6),Inadequate protection (4),Too small (4)
Best Uses:
Storage (26),Travel (21),Daily transport (18),Protecting gear (11),Transporting gear (10),Storing gear (9)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (31),Casual photographer (12),Semi-pro photographer (11),Pro photographer (4)

Reviews about this item

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(based on 63 reviews)


of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review


Just plain handy

This is a nice little item ,that is good to have that you would not think you would need. I picked up two of them. One to carry my lens caps in while taking photos and the other side of it to store my whitebalance disc in. The other I have for batteries, one side for new ones the other for used ones. It is about the size of a regular size man's hand to put into perspective. It just plain works and very simple but useful concept.


Most Liked Negative Review


Nice idea that falls short

I bought a few of these after reading some glowing reviews, however, for me the product fell short. Not big enough to hold 77mm filters or caps. Velcro placement would hit your product. Not deep enough to carry most smart phones (tried the DROID2 and iPhone 4S). Might be ok for holding spare batteries or SD/CF cards. Cool idea, but needs a deeper pocket and better velcro design.

Reviewed by 63 customers


very handy


from bellingham, WA  -  Photo Enthusiast

great for carrying a couple lens, one each side. Use the second for memory card/battery. Better than my pants pocket or jacket.


Handy freebee.


from Pittsburgh, PA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Stow my CPL in my camera bag. Easier access than the supplied case.


Fishbomb Lens Filter and Accessory Case


from South Euclid, OH

Great for carrying spare batteries on my video jobs!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


A simple solution!


from Hampton, VA  -  Pro Photographer

I got this accessory case free with another products I purchased and it is very handy to have around! I document quite a lot of fine art and it is great to have this on my belt or camera strap to hold my polarizing filters, lens caps, and other small things I need.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


A Little Unwieldy


from Poulsbo, Wa  -  Photo Enthusiast

A a lens filter case, it is a little unwieldy and hard to store; plus the little Velcro tabs seem to be a scratch waiting to happen. I had to remove mine with a seam-ripper. I also cut the huge eyeloop off to make it smaller. If I had not gotten it free with a filter purchase, I would not have bought it. With all that said, it does protect your filters OK.




from Philadelphia, PA  -  Casual Photographer

Not something I'd go out of my way to buy on my own, but it came bundled with a filter I bought, and seems like it would do a decent job at protecting the filter itself. The main premise of looping it around a piece of your clothing seems silly, not to mention a bit difficult, but it would be well-suited enough for storage in a camera bag.


larger than it looks


from nj  -  Pro Photographer

it's an easy way to carry items you might want to get to in a hurry,memory cards, filters, batteries and what ever else will can carry it on a camera or bag strap or on your belt or if your traveling lite and don't want to encumbered by large bags.


Fishbomb Lens Filter and Accessory Case


from Los Angeles, CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Good low cost filter protector.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Very handy


from Sequim WA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I really like this product. I change lens filters on the tripod (UV to CP) fairly often, and this product gives me a secure place to put the unused lens during the change. As mentioned before, it could be a bit bigger to accept a 77mm lens easire, but it fits snugly enough not to be a risk if falling out.


not bad


from Overland Park, Ks  -  Photo Enthusiast

it attached easily to my camera strap keeps my scan disk cards really handy


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Questions about this item:

Wendell W  How many filter pockets does it have?
MICHAEL N  Two: One on either side.
Shopper  How many pockets?
WILLIAM B  Two pockets, one on either side. Very simple and effective protection for your filters.
Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
SONNY M  Was free with purchase of a filter
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