JJC L JN-L Neoprene Lens Bag [See Description for Compatibility]


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  • Size: 70mm (Diameter) x 110mm (Height)
  • Soft and elastic neoprene protects your lens
  • 5mm thick neoprene provides good shock absorption
  • Double lock design holds your lens securely
  • Metal hook allows foreasy carrying



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JJC Neoprene Lens Case offers a unique protective carrying system that is ideal for the photographer on the go. The case is made of elastic but durable neoprene to hold and protect your lens. The neoprene¡¯s thickness up to 5mm, thus provides great shock absorption for your lens. The inside also features a soft design to protect your lens from impact and scratches. The velcro allows you close the two parts easily. The case adopts a humanized design, the double lock design further keeps your lens securely in the case. In addition, there is a metal hook on the case, the hook allows you attach the case to a belt, a traveling bag or other places. Product highlights:Soft and elastic neoprene protects your lens perfectly5mm thick neoprene provides good shock absorptionDouble lock design holds your lens securelyMetal hook allows for easy carryingSize(Inside):JN-L: 70mm(Diameter) X 110mm(Height)Weight:JN-L: 50gCompatibility:Samsung 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 OIS IIISamsung 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 OISCanon EF-M 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STMSony E 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 OSS Sony E 50mm f/1.8 OSS Lens Fujifilm XC 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OISOlympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 60mm 1:2.8 MacroAll lenses of the same size

Product information Package Dimensions 9.53 x 4.96 x 2.83 inches Item Weight 2.82 ounces ASIN B00LSHQIHI Item model number JN-L

Since Olympus DOES NOT supply a pouch or case with their 60mm Macro ( nor a lens hoodwhich I think is terrible on their part) I am pleased that I found this one from JJC. It fits the lens, even with the lens hood attached perfectly. It's the right size for a few of my other smaller lenses too, like my Lumix G Fisheye. JJC has a good reputation for making third party camera accessories that are, many times better than the OEM ones from the cameras makers. Speaking of the Olympus 60mm Lens, I also purchased the JJC LH-J49 Lens Hood for it at a fraction of what Olympus sells theirs for and it is as good!

Snug fit and good protection to my compact lens. Put my lens in and throw it in my back pack and no worries of scratches or damage.

Perfect fit for Olympus 60mm 2.8 macro. Nicely constructed! I'll be buying more of these in other sizes.

Great lens pouch with a metallic hook.
Can be held shut with just a velcro for quick access or even more securely with a second velcro strip going through a plastic loop.

Hold the Olympus 75-300 mm f/4.8-6.7 II without the hood (you can then put the hood around).
Can hold the Olympus 60 mm f/2.8 macro (as stated by the manufacturer), with its retractable hood.
It can also hold the Olympus 12-40 f/2.8 Pro but it is difficult to shove it inside when the hood is attached (reversed!)

The JJC JN-L Neoprene Lens Case has internal dimensions of 110mm height and about 65mm, it is a bit smaller than the advertised 70mm. It is aesthetically very nice, well made, comes with a good quality caribiner clip, and only weighs 57gm. It has a double fastening, the lid velcos on to the body, and there is also a velco strap that goes throgh a buckle.

The problem I had choosing a case for my M.Zuiko 40-150mm lens was the lens hood. The lens is 100mm long and has a maximum diameter of 63mm. However most of the lens is 60mm in diameter, it is only bigger where the hood attaches, and importantly this lens will slip through the hood except the 20mm at the front of the lens where it is bigger. The lens hood is 53mm long with a maximum diameter of 72mm.

The neoprene is quite stretchy and I can squeeze the lens in with the hood in it's parked/reversed position, but it's very difficult to get it back out again. I found that I could push the hood into into the top of the case (picture 3), then drop the lense through the hood (picture 4). You can see from the picures the case becomes somewhat flower pot shaped,
and the lens rattles around a little in the hood but I don't think this will be a problem, and am happy that the case provides a reasonably priced storage solution for my lens and hood.

Hopefully this might help others to work out if this case will work for them. If your lens and hood will fit, this is a very nice little case.

Belt, Braces & Micro-Cloth - Your Lens is Safe

Neoprene is a wonderful thing and here it has been put to great use. The pouch is well constructed with an overlapping lid for access. The lid is held closed by two different "Velcro" mechanisms - lower down is a buckle thread through held in place by the velcro. Then, towards the top, underneath the lid, there is the second, normal, velcro catch. So, if you do not do the buckle up, the top velcro fastening keeps your lens from falling out. There is a lightweight, easy to use, caribina to attach the pouch to a belt, strap, side of bag, etc. - although I would not use it for rock climbing [unless it was all I had :-) ] - it seems well up to the lightweight lenses it will be used for. (the only thng "missing" is a belt wide loop on the back of the pouch to provide a more stable place for the lens than potentially bouncing on the end of the caribina - a minor point).

My Panasonic Lumix M4/3 35-100mm zoom lens fits safe, secure & snug, even with the lens hood fixed for action rather than reversed over the body. The lid has an excellent overlap, some 3cms, of the base pouch providing substantial cover for the occasional rain we get in the UK. It even takes, snugly, my Contax/Yashica 50mm 1.4 lens with a 2 times Tele Converter PLUS the Micro 4/3 adapter all attached - 11cms of it. My Panasonic Lumix M43 14-42mm PZ zoom is, however, rather "lost" in the bottom of the pouch. Still all it needs is a handy micro-fibre cloth to take up the space to stop any bouncing around - always a good thing to have around cameras these micro-fibre cloths.

All in all this is a well made, excellent product - either on its own, or for slipping a lens inside a more general purpose bag, or, even, a large winter jacket pocket. With the neat neoprene construction, double velcro safety opening and massive lid overlap your lens is safe from normal, and some abnormal, usage. Add your own micro- fibre cloth and it can even provide a safe home for modern tiny zooms as well - just one pouch thus accommodates, & keeps safe, the the two M4/3 lenses I mainly use on my travels. Recommended.

This is a great lens pouch for an Olympus 60mm Macro lens, with or without hood. For other lenses, be careful that it is wide enough, as a lot of lenses that will fit length-wise will be too fat. BTW my hood for this lens is also made by JJC - LH-J49 - and is perfectly functional. Nicely made and the carabiner clip could be useful, tho' I have yet to try it.

Excellent quality neoprene bag, with very secure closures and a carabiner carry clip for added flexibility.

An absolutely perfect fit for my Olympus f/2.8 60mm macro lens, even with the optional lens hood attached (in the retracted position) which on my lens is also another excellent JJC product.

Fits my EOS M10 zoom lens perfectly. It is easy to open and close, and the "cap" top design gives good light rain and dirt protection. The padding is a very good balance between weight, size and protection.

Great lens pouch. In addition to having 2 lots of velcro to keep it securely fastened, I like the fact it has a cabiner clip to hook it onto your belt, belt loop or wherever. Good value in my opinion.


I can confirm it fits the Sony sel 55 - 210mm compact lens like a glove