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WHAT FITS IN THIS BAG?
Digital Holster 150
Fits well with Nikon Z9 + FTZ II+ TC 1.4 +500mm PF. Serves the purpose
Just what I needed!
I shoot grandkid sports and use a Nikon D5 with a 500mm pf f5.6 lens for outside events. This holster will hold that camera with lens attached. I have Digital 40 V 2.0 holster that I have used for years at indoor events for a full frame camera with a 70-200 f2.8 lens attached. Now I can grab a holster and head to the game. GREAT PRODUCTS!
Excellent bag for a birder with a 150-600 lens. I have binoculars around my neck and reach for the 'ready to go camera' when needed. I use it on the Think Tank belt with a smaller bag for my 18-55 lens w/2x converter attached.
Digital Holster 150
Well constructed and designed. Using it with an Olympus E-M1 Mark III and an Olympus 150-400 Pro lens. It’s a bit tight lengthwise, but it protects the kit.
D850 + Sigma 150-600 Fits -- Mostly
So to start with make no mistake that this is a great bag. It is worth buying for any SLR/DSLR with a long lens. Having said that it WiLL NOT hold a Nikon D850 + Sigma 150-600 Contemporary with the lens hood attached. Hood detached and reversed, it all fits great (with an inch to spare) But the stock ,hard, Sigma lens hood (attached) + lens + D850 stick about an inch out of the top of the bag. Sigh. Here is where a 1-2" zipper extension would be useful. Instead I have two solutions I plan to try: 1) Searching for a useful sized collapsable hood (really hard to find anything in. 95mm, or with the Sigma lock on hood mount. Someone could make and sell this and make $$$ 2) As a belt bag it works great for a quick "set-down" of the camera to free your hands. But since the bag cannot zip closed with camera fully assembled I may build a velcro-type or elastic-and-velcro strap from internal parts of other bags to stabilize the camera for a short stay, holster top open. This bag is also a neat vertical solution to carry a long-ish lens (in my case 105mm Nikkor macro + hard hood), attached to the camera body, and one other shorter lens under the provided "shelf." But hey Think Tank -- I'd even pay a little extra for a bag 1.5" longer.... just sayin'. Great bag anyway.