LensCoat LensSack Pro Jr Beanbag Support (Forest Green Camo)

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LensCoat LensSack Pro Jr Beanbag Support (Forest Green Camo)
Key Features
  • Holds Lenses up to 500mm
  • Removable 3/8"-16 Mounting Plate
  • Water-Resistant Cordura
  • MOLLE Webbing
The LensSack Pro Jr Beanbag Support from LensCoat provides a stable base for lenses up to 500mm. It has a removable mounting plate with a 3/8"-16 thread so that you can attach a gimbal or other tripod head to the beanbag. Made from water-resistant Cordura, the LensSack Pro Jr features MOLLE webbing, two storage pockets, and two adjustable straps allow for easy carrying.
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LensCoat Pro Jr Overview

The LensSack Pro Jr Beanbag Support from LensCoat provides a stable base for lenses up to 500mm. It has a removable mounting plate with a 3/8"-16 thread so that you can attach a gimbal or other tripod head to the beanbag. Made from water-resistant Cordura, the LensSack Pro Jr features MOLLE webbing, two storage pockets, and two adjustable straps allow for easy carrying.

The bag is flat on the side where the mounting plate can be attached, and is U-shaped on the other side with a non-slip coating inside. The beanbag ships empty and can be filled with your choice of filler such as environmentally-friendly sunflower seeds or buckwheat hulls. Two locking YKK zippers make filling and emptying the bag an easy task, and reinforced seams keep your fill from spilling. The LensSack Pro Jr is made in the USA.

LensCoat Pro Jr Specs

MaterialCordura
Closure MethodTwo locking zippers
Dimensions7.0 x 6.5 x 7.5" (17.8 x 16.5 x 19.1 cm)
WeightEmpty: 9 oz (255 g)
Filled with Sunflower Seeds: 5.5 lb (2.5 kg)
Mounting Plate: 4.2 oz (119 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.005 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.3 x 7.9 x 2.5"
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Does this beanbag flatten down at all for travel ...

Does this beanbag flatten down at all for travel when empty of bean/hull filling?
Asked by: Kari
Yes, the LensCoat LensSack Pro Jr Beanbag Support does flatten down when empty.
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2020-03-26

Has anyone tried the LensSack Jr. with a gimbal ...

Has anyone tried the LensSack Jr. with a gimbal head? Would like to use the Jr. with a gimbal head and Nikon 600 f/4 while in Kenya.
Asked by: Ron
According to LensCoat, you may add a gimbal to this product via the 3/8-16” mounting plate.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-06-13

I'd like to use buckwheat hulls to fill this. How ...

I'd like to use buckwheat hulls to fill this. How much do I need to purchase?
Asked by: Dan
When using the LensCoat LensSack Pro Jr Beanbag Support it is good to use a little less than 6 lbs of "buckwheat hulls"
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2019-07-18

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Can I use this bag for my Nikon 600mm f4 lens?
Asked by: Rajendra
I use it for Canon 100-400mm.I also try to use Canon 500 f4 but its to small.I just got the bigger size and I recommend you too.
Answered by: Ronen L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Shooting from a Silverado pickup with a Nikon D810 and a Sigma Sport 150-600mm lens, would the Pro or the Jr. be a better choice?
Asked by: Clayton
I have both. I use the Jr for Canon100-400 and the Pro for Canon500. Its possible to use the 500 Olso with Jr. My advice to u, go for the bigger one
Answered by: Ronen L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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does this bag good enough to support 400-600mm tele lenses ?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes - but this *IS* dependent on what ball head you use. But the 1/4' aluminum plate will have no problem with supporting your lens.
Answered by: Tim T.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Would this bag be oK to use with a Sigma 500 f4.5 lens?
Asked by: Anonymous
I bought it to use with my Sigma 150-600 and it works great! I've used it to support lenses on the hood of my car and by slipping it over the door to shoot bald eagles using the car as a blind. I have the metal plate but have not used it yet as I just don't seem to need it. Maybe use it this spring to shoot bears in Yellowstone as it will be easier to swivel the lens. I filled mine with packing peanuts to keep it light weight for carrying along with other camera gear.
Answered by: Steve J.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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