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I would think so. I carry my nikon D7100 with an 18-105 attached and a 70-300 next to it. I've also packed it with my 50mm prime attached, 18-105 next to it and my flash in its case above the camera.
By Noel B Bradshaw on 15 February 2016
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Absolutely! To be honest, with this particular bag - it all depends on how many lenses / flash gun you intend to carry. I use the 160 for the simple 'shoots', where you know you wont be needing different lenses.
By Mike Bentley on 26 December 2014
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I'd suggest a larger bag. It's tight unless you always want the prime lens on the camera and your zoom is stored.
By Stuart White on 01 July 2015
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No, it's purely designed as a shouler bag. You can only hold a tripod on a rucksack camera bag.
By David Joyce Photography on 22 June 2014
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Cannot snswer yhe wuestion on the yd etc but I can fit a ddlr and two lenses in mine, it can be padlocked but ehat is the point as the bag could be lifted
By andrew sinclair on 06 March 2016
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I think you will need a Nova 180 not a 160. I don't have a 5d, what I do have is a Nikon d7200 with battery grip and a Tamron 16-300 zoom, a Nissin Di622 flash and an additional lens, all fit perfectly into a 180.
By Mr D James on 17 February 2016
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Steve. I can be of little help I guess as I bought a black one. I would hazard a pure guess that they will be identical colours and the 160 chestnut brown one should be correct. Maybe loaded the wrong photo for the 170.
By David Carson on 29 November 2014
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I certainly don't think so as it's not really that big a camera bag. I wouldn't attach one to mine - I've since bought another camera bag, simply because the 160 isn't big enough to carry all of my stuff. Still got it for specific jobs though. Also, it will depend upon how big / heavy the tripod is. Mine's in it's own … see more I certainly don't think so as it's not really that big a camera bag. I wouldn't attach one to mine - I've since bought another camera bag, simply because the 160 isn't big enough to carry all of my stuff. Still got it for specific jobs though. Also, it will depend upon how big / heavy the tripod is. Mine's in it's own shoulder bag. So - no - there isn't room for a tripod. see less I certainly don't think so as it's not really that big a camera bag. I wouldn't attach one to mine - I've since bought another camera bag, simply because the 160 isn't big enough to carry all of my stuff. Still got it for specific jobs though. Also, it will depend upon how big / heavy the tripod is. Mine's in it's own shoulder bag. So - no - there isn't room for a tripod.
By Mike Bentley on 24 November 2014
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Kate, Hi,
I have a Nikon D90 and travel with an 18-105mm lens mounted. The length from front of lens to back of the body is around 180mm and that fits comfortably. I have an extra pad at the lens end of the socket and if you took that out you could easily accommodate a total lens and camera length of 190mm. That would … see more
Kate, Hi,
I have a Nikon D90 and travel with an 18-105mm lens mounted. The length from front of lens to back of the body is around 180mm and that fits comfortably. I have an extra pad at the lens end of the socket and if you took that out you could easily accommodate a total lens and camera length of 190mm. That would have the camera back flush with the top of the bottom part of the case. There will be an extra bit of room under the top but I don't depend on that.
If you wish, and carry nothing else, you could reconfigure the inside compartments to have the camera and lens flat. That would give you a 300mmx150mm area to work with.
Hope this helps.
Regards,
Dave see less
Kate, Hi,
I have a Nikon D90 and travel with an 18-105mm lens mounted. The length from front of lens to back of the body is around 180mm and that fits comfortably. I have an extra pad at the lens end of the socket and if you took that out you could easily accommodate a total lens and camera length of 190mm. That would have the camera back flush with the top of the bottom part of the case. There will be an extra bit of room under the top but I don't depend on that.
If you wish, and carry nothing else, you could reconfigure the inside compartments to have the camera and lens flat. That would give you a 300mmx150mm area to work with.
Hope this helps.
Regards,
Dave

By David Carson on 20 October 2014
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I have the 170 AW which would easily take your camera. The 140 is smaller so it might be tight and it does depend on the lens fitted. For the little extra it costs I would go for the 170AW
By KendoG on 27 May 2017