This compact, holster-style bag with stretch-to-fit lid provides ultimate protection for digital SLR cameras with interchangeable lenses. The brushed-tricot lining protects the camera and LCD screens from scratches and dust while the SlipLock attachment tab attaches to any SlipLock compatible product.
The Lowepro TLZ-20 is commonly used for Daily transport, Daily usage, Protecting gear, Transporting gear, Travel and more.The Lowepro TLZ-20 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual photographer, Enthusiast, Photo enthusiast, Photography student, Pro photographer, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Lowepro TLZ-20 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Lowepro TLZ-20: Comfortable, Comfortable strap, Easily accessible equipment, Good protection, Lightweight, Strong construction and Well padded
Most Liked Positive Review
Okay for a smaller camera
This came as part of the kit with my purchase of a Canon 40D. While it will hold the camera with a Med - Small lens attached, there's little room for anything else. You cannot put additional lenses in this bag along with the camera. It appears to be durable and would be good for lugging your camera to sporting events as it is not bulky - meaning you can get up and down the bleachers without bonking anyone in the head. Also, if you have a specific photo project that could be accomplished with ...View full Review
This came as part of the kit with my purchase of a Canon 40D. While it will hold the camera with a Med - Small lens attached, there's little room for anything else. You cannot put additional lenses in this bag along with the camera. It appears to be durable and would be good for lugging your camera to sporting events as it is not bulky - meaning you can get up and down the bleachers without bonking anyone in the head. Also, if you have a specific photo project that could be accomplished with only one lens and there was no risk of heavy rainfall, this bag could be a lighter alternative to your larger bag. There is a single pocket/pouch that could hold extra flash cards or lens filters, but it's not large enough to hold much else. It's fairly water resistant, but if you get caught in a downpour, this won't protect your camera adequately. This would make a decent bag for a smaller SLR, like the XTi or XSi, or even for a good-sized P/S, but it's a poor choice for larger SLR's unless you're looking for a lighter, on-the-go alternative.
Most Liked Negative Review
OK for the beginner..
This is good for the beginning dSLR photographer that is only carrying the body with an attached lens, and limited accessories. I could hold my D60 with attached 18-55mm lens, extra battery, memory cards, and some small cleaning accessories. Now that I have purchased an additional lens, I'm upgrading my bag as well. It's not a bad bag, just limited on space (but that's all you may need if you're just starting out).
Reviewed by 116 customers
good build quality. however, it is too small to fit my d300 with battery grip on and 18-200 lens.
This came with a bundle I purchased for a Nikon D610 as a freebie. It's pretty plain and ordinary, it doesn't have great storage and is too small really for any kind of compact zoom. Lightweight and pretty comfortable to carry, it's now my carry bag for my old camera.
It came as a extra with my 7D canon camera. Not a large bag just fits the 7D with a 18-200 lens extra memory card and filter.Great if you want to go light with one lens and not carry alot of gear.
This case was part of a package and I didn't think I needed it. On my first trip I used it and found it to be perfect for my setup. it fit my new D7100 with a 18-200 lens perfectly. I like the way the camera slips into it and then clasps on the top.
Too Small. Need a small bag that will hold the camera and an extra battery and the charger.
This was one of the Adorama add ons with the purchase of my Nikon DF. I wasn't going to use it. I took it on a trip to Yellowstone and was surprised at how useful this size was. For quick hops out of the truck, I had good protection for my camera. The best use came in carrying an extra lens! The belt starp made this back very useful.
I know that the review is supposed to be about the camera bag, but I must vent my frustrations about Adorama. I ordered a camera, lens, extended warranty and camera lens from Adorama on December 10, 2013 and I didn't receive the last item until April 18. There were at least 20 hours spent with this order, between phone calls and writing emails that they didn't answer for days. I had to resort to using my credit card company to resolve the issues. Now the bag: at first they sent me a camera case that was too small for the camera, and I returned it. Literally months later (and with the help of my credit card company) they sent me another bag, that is still too small. Sure the camera fits into it, but if I have to add extra lenses and batteries they do not fit. Furthermore, the bag they sent is not the bag in the original photo. I hate this bag because it is small on the bottom. With the camera in it it can tip over easily. The design is senseless! Does anyone want to buy it from me? I will no longer spend any more time with Acorama. Yeah, Adorama, you sent me a cheap bag to save maybe a buck, but you've lost me as a customer.....my whole family spends a lot of money each year on cameras and related equipment. Penny wise and pound foolish.
Still a good bag but only measures 6 inches on the inside for your camera and lens.
I got this case free with Sony A7 package. It's small & durable, but it doesn't quite fit the camera & the 55mm lens with hood on. It is a bit short for the camera & too short in length to keep the lens hood on.
A nice bag but way too small for a DSLR. Would expect it to be good for a compact camera. Light weight and quality seems good. Minimal storage pocket (SD cards, battery, but not much else).