DSLR Sling Pack
Carry and protect your professional camera equipment. Our comfortable, durable pack will protect your camera, an 11" MacBook Air, iPad and accessories. Access your photo gear without removing your pack. Just sling it over your shoulder and go.
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Features & Specs
16" x 10" x 7"
DSLR, 11" MacBook Air, iPad, iPhone
Durable 840D nylon construction
Padded shoulder strap and mesh back panel
Large volume main compartment with fully customizable dividers
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8 of 8 people found this review helpful
DSLR Sling Packa camera bag that doesnt scream "hey look! i have a very expensive equipment over here!". not overly bluky, it is overall a very modest and modern camera bag that is perfect for the minimalist type of photographer. perfect for carrying a lens or two, a speedlite, and a tripod.
11 of 12 people found this review helpful
Nice looking, functional, but with fatal flawsI've been using this pack for awhile now and really like the look and size. It's great for small D-SLR's and mirrorless camera systems. It fits well and I really appreciate the wide, well-padded strap. However, to be a great pack I'd recommend, Incase really needs to fix 2 things they've overlooked.
First is going the cheap route and leaving metal pull tabs off of the main zipper. Due to the squared off corners of the pack/main zip, it's very difficult to maneuver the zipper open with only one hand, using only the little pull string. Nickel-plated pull tabs would work much better, and look nicer.
Also, the side attachment straps would really benefit from a plastic clip that you can quickly undo, i.e. for quick attachment and removable of a tripod (or anything else). As it is there's just buckles for tightening and loosening the straps, which is a pain to undo and slide anything in and out of.
Improve those 2 things and it would be a perfect little sling, otherwise you may want to keep looking at other models/brands.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
Hands down, the best urban daily commuter bag out there.Leave it to Incase to refine and produce this amazing product. This is a truly proficient camera bag but it's so much more. I must say that I have two of these. I use one for all my field shoots but the other one... That is my go to, daily workhorse. I live in NYC and this is absolutely, no doubt, the best bag for urban daily life. First: the sling strap design combined with the ergonomics of a padded backpack is brilliant. This case is made for people who want quick access to their camera on a moments notice but it is so functional as an everyday piece. The padding keeps your stuff safer than a messenger bag.
Train too crowded? Sling it to the front. You can use the tripod straps to secure an umbrella. The interior laptop pocket is great for a sketchbook or documents. I removed all the padded dividers and it can handle all my my storage needs. I use this bag for my lunch, coffee thermos, cables and hard drives, even beer! If you commute in an urban city this is what you are looking for.
Additions I'd like to see:
• Small strap on back to mount a bicycle light
• Coated Ballistic Nylon option
• Additional horizontal strap on tripod carrier
6 of 7 people found this review helpful
Comfortable and stealthyI have what I believe is an earlier (first?) version of this bag, as the internals are different from what I can see in the photographs currently displayed on this page. Mine does not have a pocket for an ultrabook/ tablet and everything inside is grey in colour. Amongst all the bags I have in the studio, this is my first choice as a daily casual carry around, with not just a DSLR and 2 lenses (sometimes even with a 70-200!) but also my other personal belongings.
However, from the very beginning I have identified some weak spots in the structural design of the bag, and a few years in those observations have come true. That joint at the bottom lower end of the strap (the triangle section connecting to the main body) has almost torn apart. It began with the thin handle (next to the triangle section) tearing off the outer wall, creating a rather huge hole, revealing the white compact foam sheets between the inner and outer walls of the bag.
I hope the stitching at the seams has been improved in the current version. If the product has been improved I will definitely be interested to get another one to replace my old one.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Nearly a very good bag.It has all the makings of a perfect bag. I love the size and shape and how you can swing it round to your side and change lens quickly.
1. The velcro wall dividers inside to create your own compartments are not strong enough, come undone and leave you with lenses on top of lenses inside. I have Fuji lenses which aren't as heavy as Canon/Nikon full frame camera lenses - and the walls still topple over.
2. The tripod holsters at the bottom of the bag are great - but they only allow a certain width of legs through. It would have been much better if these were clip-released so you could put any thickness tripod in.
3. It would be cool if the sling was maybe transferrable from one arm to the other. One shoulder/side of the neck tends to get quite sore after a full day of lugging gear round. It would be cool if the bag was more dynamic allowing you to clip out of the left hand side and into the right to allow you to switch carry shoulders.
Apart from that the bag is great. Its well designed, inconspicuous, doesn't look overly expensive. I also think it would be cool if they brought out a slightly larger version that could fit a 15" laptop and a couple more lenses in!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Go-to BagThis is my go to daily bag when I want carry a decent amount of gear and need to change things relatively quickly.
I can carry a Canon 6D, Sigma 70-200 OS, Canon 50mm f1.4, Canon 580ex plus triggers. I'll usually have my nexus 7 and a notebook plus filters and some on flash modifiers.
Recommended for daily use our short trips.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
This bag will make you feel young again...... as when the world was new.
I've taken it out on two trips shooting and writing around Chicago and I love it. I write mostly on iPad now, for what that's worth, and I carry a Sony NEX-5 mirrorless with three lenses: the 20-55mm it shipped with, Sony's macro, and Sony's 55-200mm zoom. I have a few accessories like cables, my Moo business card holder, an extra battery for the camera, and my Mophie external battery for iPad and iPhone.
The bag is comfortable, surprisingly light, and it's convenient to flip around and get my camera out quickly. My only major complaint is that I wish the left/bottom side (the side that's on your left when you flip the bag around to your front to get stuff) had a dedicated zipper. I use that compartment for my camera, so it would be great to be able to just unzip that and get my camera without having to worry about the rest of the stuff in the main compartment.
But that is far from a deal breaker. This bag is great. Get it.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful
Great Carry-OnI use this bag not just for my camera, but all the other things I need to when I travel. It fits perfectly under the seat in front of you on most airplanes, and being easy to open it's a breeze to take through security.
With a small modification (cutting the elastic bit at the end of the laptop zipper) it can fit a 13' Retina laptop, my Nikon D7100 + [small] lens, tablet, phone, other random goodies and even a [very] small or flexible bottle of water.
It's super awesome to use when I'm running around a city, being that I can access it without having to take it off you body.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
AwesomeI use this bag to carry DSLR and video camera. Room is enough to carry DSLR, spare lens and video camera and still some room left.
Especially I like the style that carrying like backpack but when you use it, it can be like belt bug. This make it easy to take camera and DSLR out from the bag quickly.
I highly recommend this product.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
StellarJust got the pack in the mail and dropped my new camera in it for a trip. Plenty of spots for all gear and accessories. Comfortable over the shoulder and doesn't draw uneccessary attention.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful
DSLR Sling PackBig fan of Incase products & was interested in grabbing a camera bag for my DSLR as well as accessories. Online the size of the bag seems smaller than in person. When I received the bag I was in "wow" to the actual size. For the bag to be on the bigger medium sz, the interior of the bag doesn't offer as much as I thought BUT all in all I think its a good buy for very minimal items.
DSLR Sling Pack - Perfect
Great product, but a little confusingThe bag is extremely well built. There are no complaints in that area. My only problem is the organization of the inside pockets. The layout can be a little overwhelming. I don't know if the problem lies in my lack of equipment or in Incase's assumption. Either way I feel like I'm underusing the product. Other than that, the bag does a great job of holding and protecting my camera.
DSLR Sling PackExcellent bag. I don't actually use it for a camera, but the movable dividers in the bag are very convenient for separating items. Bag is compact, and comfortable to carry. Conveniently holds all the items necessary for my average work day.
1000 pro's 1 conThis bag is amazing. For this price there is nothing better than this one. Size is great but if you are travelling for a day or two for business you will need an other bag for your computer. 4 pocket at the left is amazing to be organize, but would like to have few more small pocket like them for camera cards and go pro batteries. They are kind of floating in one of the big pocket. Zipper needs a break at the edges. it is not float enough to open the bag at one move.
But again. Those are really minor issues. Overall it is a life changing bag to have. Clean, simple, organized back pack. Big enough to have everything you need when you go out. Small enough to move freely. I wish pro version was little cheaper so I could purchase it.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful
Re: sling packI like this pack, it's a neat concept. However, it needs a little more padding, and it's a little difficult to get my 11" Mac Air laptop in and out of the zippered laptop pocket.
DSLR Sling BagGreat size for my rangefinders, well made, good internal pockets and compartments and very comfortable. The main compartment zip is a bit stiff and awkward though.
Everything I needed for is in that bag!I bought the grey version 2 years ago. It served me well and everything I needed to carry along has a compartment ready for it. It's well protected and easy clip on! Loved the single shoulder design. Overall other than the zipper was slightly jammed every time when I tried to zip with one hand, everything is perfect that made me buy the second one. Just received it about a week ago! It was amazing!
Sleek, Stylish, and LightweightGreat sling for a DSLR. Fits everything you'd need for on-the-go shooting, Fantastic quality and very sleek, Could not be happier with my purchase!
0 of 1 people found this review helpful
Great PackAs a hobbyist photographer, this pack has been great. It easily holds my camera and I carry 2-3 lenses wherever I go with room left over for the cables, charger, flash, and I'll even throw in a bottle of water. You really don't even have to take the pack off to access it due to the sling design. I don't carry around my iPad but it would easily fit as well.
Almost PerfectFor Starters, I should start by saying I'm a BIG fan of Incase and have continued to use their products for my electronics over the past 5-6 years. I've had a variety of their sleeves for my MacBooks over the years,. I also recently (<1 week ago) purchased the Icon Slim Backpack and its been a perfect companion for the DSLR Sling
As for the DSLR Sling itself, I ended up going for this one since i needed something for my camera gear, but going with the pro pack was a little overkill for the amount of equipment i own, and i didn't want to replace my Icon Slim with something bigger. All in all I'm very happy with this bag. Its comfortable, compliments my Icon Slim Backpack perfectly, Its discreet (or as discreet as a bag with Incase branded on it can be) and holds all of my camera gear easily (Mirrorless Camera Body, 2-3 Lenses, External Battery, Various Cords, Lens Caps, Cleaning Tools, Tripod) and still has room for more. Its advertised as being able to fit the 11" MacBook Air or iPad, but I'm happy to find that my 12" MacBook fits perfectly as well. I don't think the new iPad Pro will fit unfortunately as its about an 1" larger in length and height, but i might be able to make it work once i get one..
The only reason i didn't give it 5 stars (and i would have done 4.5 if I could have) is because i feel just very slightly cheated out of not getting a staple feature synonymous with Incase. Believe it or not, i was fully expecting the zippered laptop compartment to be lined with that o-so-smooth faux fur that all of my other cases/bags adorn. It really surprised me that it wasn't, since its a zippered compartment that's specifically for your laptop or iPad, and theres no chance of it being damaged or getting snagged by the velcro dividers. Sure, had i known it wasn't lined with the faux fur, i still would have bought it, but for the price i feel like it should be. I love the functionality of the bag so much that I also would have been happy to pay a little more for it to be there.
All in all, its a great bag for the photographer with a fair amount of gear, who wants something fairly minimal and made to last. I would definitely recommend it!
Mirrorless Day BagIf I had to design my own bag, this would be 95% it. Nice looking without screaming "steal me". Large enough to carry a decent amount but small enough that it's not a full size heavy backpack. Comfortable to wear all day. Mine is the earlier heather charcoal gray version and as much as I like black for photography, I do like the dark gray over the black. The pictures on the site don't really do most of the Incase products justice, I recommend YouTube video reviews to get a better look inside of the bags instead of the 6 or whatever pictures of the outside.
I use this as an everyday bag. Tablet, Fujifilm X-E2 with a pancake lens attached, old manual lens with adapter, extra battery, cleaning cloth and solution, phone charger / external battery, sunglasses, earbuds, pens, Chapstick, business cards, and I still have room to add a thing or two like a flash if I wanted to. I looked a long time for the perfect bag for a mirrorless setup and I think short of designing my own (I'd change the depth of compartments slightly and loosen the front pocket) this is as close as I'll get. Incase makes good stuff and I'll look at them first next time I need something.
great design!i bought this bag because i wanted something stylish and sleek looking for my go pro camera + accessories and my ipad mini. SOOOOO good looking and functional. i love it.
My Everyday Audio Bag!As I'm well aware this sling bag is optimized for Photographers with DSLR's, I found it very practical as an every day bag, especially for all my audio necessities, such as my laptop, recorder/audio interface, cables, pens/markers, microphones, small notebooks, etc.
Its very form-fitting, and despite literally stuffing this bag to the brim without any noticeable bulge, its still very comfortable to wear, let alone easy to access my gear without having to take off my pack. I'm a minimalist, so the size suits my needs very well and would definitely recommend this bag. You don't have to be a photographer to enjoy this one!