(From company literature) Lowepro Rezo TLZ 10. Compact, holster-style bag holds fixed and interchangeable lens cameras. Tough, water-resistant outer fabric and stretch-to-fit lid protect camera and accessories. Padded handle, SlipLock™ attachment tab, and removable shoulder strap offer multiple carrying options.
Type: Holster Bag
Available Colors: Black
Outer Fabric: Water-resistant microfiber, ripstop nylon and 600D TXP™
Type of Closure: Quick release buckle
Capacity: 1 compact SLR with short lens, memory cards, batteries or small accessories
Interior Dimensions (W x D x H): 13.5 x 9.5 x 14 cm / 5.25 x 3.75 x 5.5 in.
Exterior Dimensions (W x D x H): Unspecified
Weight: 280 g / 10 oz
Notes: SlipLock™ attachment tab; Soft tricot lining for protection of LCD screens
Would you recommend the product? Yes |
Total Spent: $20.00| Rating: 0
Well designed, god fit for large P&S camera
Can spill content is user isn't careful
I purchased this bag 18 months ago to go with my Canon S2. I had been told the bag would hold the camera plus an adapter tube, with room to spare, which is mostly true. The bag has a good protective lining on the inside, it is very rigid and won't loose its shape easily, and the outside is fully weatherproof (although the bag doesn't close with a zipper, but a snap-on cover, so technically water could get in if splashed from underneath, even though I think it's unlikely). The snap-on cover makes for easy and fast access to the inside of the bag, which is a good thing since the only side pocket cannot be accessed from the outside.
This pocket has a main compartment, and two smaller ones, perfect for holding memory cards or spare batteries. The bottom of the bag does not have rubber shoes, but the fabric is weatherproof and doesn't get dirty easily. My bag still looks new after many hiking events.
The bag comfortably holds my S2, a mini-tripod, a few moist cleaning cloth and a dry cloth, four spare batteries, two filters, with some space left. I wish that Lowepro would have included a separator for the main pocket, however, it would have been very useful. The main flaw (a significant one) of the bag is that, given the shape and position of the shoulder strap rings, the bag can spill its content if the cover is left unfastened when the camera is out. With the camera in, it's not an issue, the weight keeps the bag vertical.