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Domke F-505 Large Lens Case Jun 10, 2009
By Gadget Hound
The Domke case is a very high quality, well designed, and ruggedly built professional-level item. I ordered it along with my new Canon 400mm f/5.6L telephoto lens for protection, which it fits perfectly.
The case's features are exactly as described in its Product Description on Amazon's page, so I won't repeat them here. When both the case and the new lens arrived, I was very pleased with the obvious high quality, features, and construction of the Domke case.
I was also both surprised and pleased as well with the new Canon len's included case. I had expected that the Canon case would be just another "lens pouch" like those include with my non-L Canon lenses, so I had ordered the Domke for the new lens.
At first, I considered returning the Domke, since the Canon case would be enough protection for my intended use. However, because the Domke case is of such high quality and provides even more protection in the field than the Canon case, I decided to keep it for another use.
I also have an excellent Tamron 70-210mm f/2.8 (now discontinued, unfortunately) that also fits the Domke, albeit with a little extra room to spare in the length dimension. This extra room provides just enough additional case length to allow me to also carry my Tamron 1.4X teleconverter in the Domke case along with the Tamron lens. Perfect!
For lenses the size of Canon's 400mm f/5.6l, this is an ideal lens case for easy-access and rugged field use. I highly recommend it.
1 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Great replacement for MFG case. Aug 31, 2009
By But I'm feeling much better now...
My 'BIGMA' - Sigma 150-500 f/5.6-6.0 is pretty big. The case it comes with looks like a steamer trunk people used to take on cruises. I don't use the lens that much but need some way to carry it. Forget about your camera bag unless you take everything else out. So, when I bought a Domke F-7, I bought this for the Sigma. It barely fits, but it fits with the tripod collar moved back a little bit. Now I can just velcro AND strap the lens to the camera bag strap when I want to take it along.