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Case Logic CPL-106 DSLR Camera Shoulder Bag, Medium (Black)

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  • Compatible with most DSLR cameras, two additional lens or one additional lens plus a flash, and accessories
  • Adjustable, padded dividers allow you to customize the camera compartment
  • Dedicated internal memory card slip pocket
  • Weather hood fits snugly over the bag to protect from the elements (when not in use, store in dedicated back panel compartment)
  • Front zippered pocket provides organization for non-camera accessories
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Technical Details

  • weatherproof

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.6 x 6.7 x 10.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B009HPC21Y
  • Item model number: CPL-106
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 9, 2012

Product Description

For the weekend getaway, this stylish, casual DSLR shoulder bag transports more than just a days worth of camera gear. The zippered top lid opens wide for access to switch a lens or grab the flash to remember the moments. Contemporary quilting adds intrigue and reveals just how much padding is protecting your camera.

Customer Reviews

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It is made from good material.
Harpal Singh
The interior dividers are very versatile, and so are the many compartments offered.
I.Peters
Nice over the shoulder strap and handle on the top of the bag.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By ARH TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 10, 2012
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UPDATE 6-13-2013

My camera bag was recently stolen, sigh, but I replaced it with an identical one (this item), but in the process of replacing gear I got a Nikon 70-300mm lens instead of a 55-300mm lens. The 70-300mm lens is slightly longer than the 55-300 version, and doesn't fit well in this bag. The zipper is hard to close while the long lens is attached to the camera body. Sigh. So be advised that if you have anything mounted to your camera that is longer than a Nikon D5100 w/ a 55-300mm lens, it won't easily fit in this bag. Don't get me wrong...it's a perfect fit for the slightly shorter lens, but nothing longer.

ORIGINAL REVIEW

Last summer my wife gave me a Nikon D5100 with 18-55mm and 55-300mm lenses. The set came with a Nikon stock shoulder bag Nikon Deluxe Digital SLR Camera Case - Gadget Bag.

After using the Nikon bag for a few months I noticed some shortcomings:
1) The metal front clips pinched my fingers, hard!, more than once.
2) The top would not easily close when the long lens was attached to the camera body - the bag was too short for that.
3) When the top inner zipper pouch contained cords, an extra battery, etc., the sides of the top puckered up and out, and did not provide much protection from the weather, etc.

I knew I didn't want to use that bag forever and I had my eyes open for an alternative, so I jumped at the chance to try out this bag from Case Logic.

I was a bit skeptical when I pulled it out of the box. It has lighter weight construction from the top handle all the way to the bottom of the bag than my Nikon bag.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael McKee TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 1, 2012
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I was looking at this as a replacement for an ancient Lowpro bag that isn't made anymore (the closest is the Lowepro Rezo 170 AW Camera Bag). This is a nicely made bag but isn't for me. The CPL-106 is billed as a medium shoulder bag. I was expecting it to fit my Nikon D600 with 24-85 lens. That's the current smallest full frame DSLR made. It fits, if a bit tight. It will sort of fit the camera with a 105 micro lens attached and the hood reversed. I would not consider carrying a long lens on the camera.

If you have a consumer DSLR like a Canon T31 or a Nikon D5100 or smaller, or any micro four thirds camera, this would be a great bag. Both the cameras and lenses are smaller. There is a front pouch for extras and a couple of SD card slots on the inside of the top of the bag. There's a nice included rain cover, though for a light rain the bag is pretty waterproof, though the placement of the top zipper does let moisture in. I live in the Pacific Northwest, so water resistance is something I take seriously.

Besides the size, which is tight but useable for my camera, my main problem with the bag is the zipping top. The zippers are not weather sealed and it's necessary to zip the bag every time you need to move. I prefer the dual flap/zip top flap of the Lowepro. It overhangs the interior compartment for better weather protection. The rain cover for the Case Logic CPL-160 works, but makes your gear inaccessible. The advantage of an overhanging top with a dual closure system, a zipper for secure transport and a latch for quick access is my choice. It's more weather resistant and much quieter when accessing the bag in places where you want to be unobtrusive.

I'll round up from 3.5 stars because the bag seems well constructed. It will provide good protection and not weigh you down like a Domke canvas bag. I think that there are better bags for the price.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By I.Peters TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 30, 2012
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I recently switched back from point and shoot cameras to a system camera and needed a bag that can accommodate the growing number of lenses and accessories that come with that. While my Kata D-Light LighTri-310 Torso-Pack -Black is absolutely sufficient for quick trips, it doesn't offer enough storage space for when I want to take along more equipment. The CPL-106 works quite well for that purpose, given that I am carrying a mirrorless micro four-thirds system and this bag is made for DSLRs. Here are my thoughts, listed in no particular order:

PROs:
- Spacious with a good number of compartments - from small (SD cards) to large (lenses, manuals...)
- Compact size
- Solid quality with good padding and stability
- Light grey colored interior helps with finding items, even though I prefer the bright yellow, upbeat color of the Kata. But that's personal preference and as far as function goes, the Case Logic works just as well.
- The internal dividers can be folded down on top to a) close/protect the compartments below and b) provide a surface to support the camera facing down when a longer lens is attached
- Can be worn as shoulder and as cross-body bag
- Attached rain cover. The way this works is similar to the LowePro rain covers. It is attached under a "stash opening" and when used, it covers the front, top and bottom as well as part of the sides, but not the back of the bag.
- The carrying strap is removable and the bag also has a top handle, so carrying options are very versatile.
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