DSLR Camera Bag
DSLR Pro Sling Pack
Our comfortable, durable DSLR Sling Camera bag will protect your camera, up to a 15" Laptop, iPad and accessories. It even comes with a rain fly and adjustable straps to carry a tripod. Access your photo gear without removing your pack. Just sling it over your shoulder and go.
Features & Specs
19.25" x 12" x 8.75"
DSLR, iPad, up to 15" MacBook Pro
Durable heathered fabric
Adjustable tripod carry straps
Large volume main compartment with fully customizable dividers
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Mostly well executed but I agree with the other review, not fun to carryIt was put quite well in another review, this bag is tough to carry. Materials, build, function, all great, but it truly is not fun to carry.
I took this pack loaded up to New Zealand for 2 weeks, and I would have traded anything for 2 straps. Taking it on constant hikes, the weight tends to shift and the bag slides way too much for comfortable, on-the-go reliability. I had a 5D, three lenses and (sometimes) a tripod and it was an unwieldy mess to lug around and was never easy to duck or climb with.
Every other part of this bag is great., planned and executed well, but if you need to pick one for being extremely mobile and comfortable, choose 2 straps for the time being.
Great Sling BagI had this bag for a couple years now and I just absolutely love it. I was skeptical about having a sling bag since I wanted a regular bag with the two straps. But this works out at any event or trip I go to. I want to take a picture or see something then I swing it forward, unzip the top, pull my camera out. No having to set it down, take picture, then put camera back in.
It is a little heavy when all your gear and laptop is in it. Then it does put all the strain on that one shoulder. I do love it's great weatherproof material and the rainfly. I live in the PNW and it does rain...a lot. For light rain the material is great and the rain fly is just fantastic when it's heavy. I do have a problem with the rain fly not being able to cover my tripod but it's all good. I don't go shooting when it's heavy rain anyway.
So far I don't even want to change up bags.
Love this bag!I still believe there will be a camera bag out there one day that will cover every need that a photographer will ever need. But the reality is too get everything you want out of a bag you have to sacrifice certain things. I currently own two of these bags and I love them. This is my main bag that I literally carry everywhere with me and yes the sling can be uncomfortable but for the amount of equipment I can carry with it nothing is going to be ultra great on your back. My second bag I have packed with lighting gear, the reason I love this bag for lighting equipment is the size of the bag and ease of getting to everything without having to go to a full size pelican case. Yes it may not be as safe but Im not tossing or dropping this bag. Over all its still amazing too me how much I can fit into this bag and still have it be so portable and useful in the field. My only negative is the material has a weird feeling too it and zippers are a little sticky.