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Nikon CL-1022 Replacement Soft Lens Case for the 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G VR Zoom Lens

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4.2

(based on 9 reviews)

78%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great invention

My lenses are normally kept in my backpack in their own compartments. They haven't been totally safe until I got cases for each of them to protect them from sand etc. that can find it's way to my backpack.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Fibres can get inside lens

I have 3 of these that I received with 3 different Nikkor lenses. A 50mm, 105vr micro, and the 70-300mm AF-S. They all have small fibres that rub off and get onto the glass, and are small enough to enter the lens. I now have a fibre inside my 105vr. I can focus down to it and it looks just like the fibres that get all over the glass and I have to brush off with my lens brush. There's only a few fibres at a time, but it's enough to cause a problem. I can pull out about 1 fibre each time I wi

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I have 3 of these that I received with 3 different Nikkor lenses. A 50mm, 105vr micro, and the 70-300mm AF-S. They all have small fibres that rub off and get onto the glass, and are small enough to enter the lens. I now have a fibre inside my 105vr. I can focus down to it and it looks just like the fibres that get all over the glass and I have to brush off with my lens brush. There's only a few fibres at a time, but it's enough to cause a problem. I can pull out about 1 fibre each time I wipe my finger on the inside of one of these bags, with about the same pressure a lens puts on the bag. I cannot recommend the use of these for your lenses, unless you want to support your local lens service. Maybe you can use them to 'wrap' gifts with, or keep your change in them. If you MUST use it, maybe you should put the lens into a zip-lock-type bag first, but that's not the best thing either. Get a proper lens case, or carry them in a protective camera bag.

Reviewed by 9 customers

 
4.0

OEM Nikon

By

1 week and fits.

 
4.0

Good Lens Case

By

Good lens case for my Nikon 70-300mm zoom lens.

 
5.0

Love this case

By

I have one of these for all my lens. It is thin and still protective. I give them 5 stars.

 
4.0

Very practical and cost effective

By

This case does everything it was designed to do, only set back is the drawstrings are tough to loosen at times

 
5.0

Does its job

By

I took this lens case with me to Africa and it was perfect for the travel while it kept my 70-300 mm lens safe.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great invention

By

My lenses are normally kept in my backpack in their own compartments. They haven't been totally safe until I got cases for each of them to protect them from sand etc. that can find it's way to my backpack.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

good quality, good replacement of origin

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I got a few used lenses in the market without a cover, this cover fits perfectly most of them. a few alternatives in the market that i had before, didnt had enough padding or were cumbersome to open. this one is good, and is nikon. price is fair [...] no excuses. I used one for my 70-300, but i am using another for my 18-200 zoom. it is pretty large.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Fibres can get inside lens

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I have 3 of these that I received with 3 different Nikkor lenses. A 50mm, 105vr micro, and the 70-300mm AF-S. They all have small fibres that rub off and get onto the glass, and are small enough to enter the lens. I now have a fibre inside my 105vr. I can focus down to it and it looks just like the fibres that get all over the glass and I have to brush off with my lens brush. There's only a few fibres at a time, but it's enough to cause a problem. I can pull out about 1 fibre each time I wipe my finger on the inside of one of these bags, with about the same pressure a lens puts on the bag. I cannot recommend the use of these for your lenses, unless you want to support your local lens service. Maybe you can use them to 'wrap' gifts with, or keep your change in them. If you MUST use it, maybe you should put the lens into a zip-lock-type bag first, but that's not the best thing either. Get a proper lens case, or carry them in a protective camera bag.

 
5.0

perfect replacent

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perfect way to store the lens!

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Shopper  diameter and height?
MICHAEL M  10" x 3" ~ roughly. Its a nice size, not small, not huge.
Shopper  diameter and height?
MICHAEL M  10" x 3" ~ roughly. Its a nice size, not small, not huge.
Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
RAUL O  The lens didn't arrived with one, this is the original stuff. Good product. Fair price
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