Lowepro Adventura TLZ 30 II Holster

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The Lowepro Adventura TLZ 30 II Holster is designed to fit a DSLR with kit lens attached, such as a Canon EOS 700D with 18-135mm lens. Ready for your next adventure, wherever it takes you, Adventura delivers protection and practicality to occasional photographers that need a reliable solution with modern appeal. Use them to store gear and have it ready when inspiration strikes. Its toploading design is perfect for day trips or longer adventures and its compact design means you can place it inside a larger bag for travel.
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Adventura TLZ 30 II Holster: Key Features

  • DSLR with attached kit lens (such as a Canon EOS 700D with 18-135mm)
  • Spare memory card and small accessories
  • Durable, custom-molded base protects gear from moisture and abrasion
  • Two pleated side pockets for small items; comfort-grip grab handle
  • Adjustable/detachable shoulder strap with padded comfort panel
  • Materials: 600D, 600D ripstop

Everyday. Everywhere.

  • Protect your camera/video investment with a durable, custom-molded base to safeguard gear from moisture, debris and impact
  • Organise everything you carry via an adjustable divider system in main compartment (shoulder bags only) and pockets for small accessories
  • Carry your kit with ease thanks to a solid, comfort-grip grab handle and adjustable, padded shoulder strap
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Product Specification

Capacity DSLR camera with attached lens plus accessories
Colour Black
Material 600D Ripstop
Range Adventura
Weight (g) 300
External size 176 x 118 x 205 mm
Internal size 145 x 102 x 184 mm
Waterproof No
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Product Code: 1569017-wex Manufacturers Part Number: LP36867-0WW Got a question? Get it answered...