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Case Logic CPL-107BK Camera Sling for DSLR, 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
- Front zippered pocket and top compartment provide organization and easy access to non-camera accessories
- 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)
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|Item Dimensions||13.2 x 7.9 x 8.1 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.593 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||1.28 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.41 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
DSLR Camera Sling (CPL-107)
With an overall casual aesthetic and optimal space for camera gear and daily personal items, this sling provides the on-the-go photographer with an all-in-one option. The side camera compartment provides easy, fumble-free camera access. Contemporary quilting reveals just how much padding is protecting your camera.
- Weight: 1.28 lbs (0.58 kg)
- External Dimensions: 8.1 x 7.9 x 15" (20.6 x 20.1 x 38.1 cm)
- Internal Dimensions: 7.1 x 4.6 x 13.2" (18 x 11.7 x 33.5 cm)
High-quality material is used throughout this exceptionally crafted case, which is backed by a 25 year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
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.
Top compartment provides organization and easy access to non-camera accessories.
Spacious zippered front organizer for passport, phone, smaller moleskin, pens, manual and other small accessories.
Memory Card Pocket
Dedicated internal memory card slip pocket.
Tailored weather hood fits snugly over the bag to protect from the elements (when not in use, store in dedicated back panel compartment). The hood is removable to make it easier to dry or clean.
Side straps adjust to secure a tripod or monopod.
Adjustable sternum strap provides security and comfort.
Innovative strap management system eliminates messy, hanging straps.
Padded, mesh back panel provides comfort and breathability.
Top Customer Reviews
|Length: 8:23 Mins|
At first I really wasn't sure about this sling and the price. However, after I put my camera and lenses in it, I fell in love with it!
I got the gray color and I like it, since it's more of a darker shade.
What I love:
- It's not bulky or dorky looking like other sling bags - takes up less space, yet it's packed with useful compartments and features.
- Strap/Side compartment allows you to easily take out your DSLR while cradling it in front of you; I can swap lenses without putting the bag down; I just swing it around in front of my stomach and take out the camera/swap lenses.
The proper way to wear this is the sling goes on your left shoulder (the AmazonBasics Sling Backpack that I also own actually goes on the right shoulder to swing across properly; naturally, I put my backpack on to my left shoulder first. By unclipping the small clip that goes underneath the left side of your armpit, you can then swing the backpack around (obviously make sure the bigger clip that goes on the right side of your body is clipped on the backpack or there won't be anything holding it for you) by bringing the entire bag underneath your right armpit across to the front; then you'll be able to cradle it in front of your stomach securely.
- Multiple handles (one on the top, side, and front) makes it easy to pick it up right away - really has the user in mind!
- Rain cover!
- One more large compartment; you could fit another DSLR body in there or small video camera/light.Read more ›
|Length: 4:37 Mins|
The camera case fits comfortably over the shoulder with a wide strap to keep the bag from digging in. The straps are adjustable for larger or smaller frames.
There is a water proof hood that you can put over the case when it starts raining. The case is well padded to keep camera and accessories safe.
*edited, Jim was in no way confused about the bag and found it easy to use. We didn't rehearse and he was sometimes confused with what I wanted him to show, and he totally spaced out about where his shoulder was in the end, which is why we were laughing so hard. He was never "puppy dog" confused about the bag at all.
My Lowepro bag is completely perfect except in one arena -- which is nothing to do with the bag but rather the one that I chose -- it is too big. I found that while it carried everything I wanted, including my laptop if desired, it was too big to wear to an event because it would be in the way as I tried to navigate a room.
The Case Logic bag is the perfect size and carries everything I need: 1 Canon 5D Mark II with extended battery grip, 1 70-200 2.8, 1 24-70 2.8, 1 580exII flash, 1 Quantum turbo battery pack, 1 Gary Fong light diffuser (secured on the outside with the side strap), 1 monopod and 1 cotton carrier hip holster (secured outside). I am also able to put in all required batteries and memory cards, etc. etc. From that perspective it is perfect.
Also from the sling functionality perspective: I can swing it from my back to the front and access my equipment perfectly. I love the additional sliding/adjustable front strap which accommodates both male and female users (something the Lowepro bag fails at).
For me there are two aspects of it that I don't like. One is a perceived potential flaw, and the other is just a feature I wish it had.
The potential flaw is the strength of the stitching. Having filled the bag with all my kit and zipped it up, wherever things were a bit tight I could start to see the stitching exposed; it was stretching in the same way you would see the seam stitching pull in cheap jeans if they were too tight. This "flexibility" may be intentional but it is not comforting to see. My life experience would lead me to assume that this is an indication of future weakness and failure in the design/materials used.Read more ›
Here's what I use it for. My camera is a Sony A-37 with a Kit lens and a sigma 28-200. The other lens is kept in the main compartment which I skew to one side using the included Velcro dividers to allow for better fit for the camera. On the other (smaller)side I keep six P series filters for easy access. With either lens attached to the A-37 I can leave the Cokin filter holder on. With the 18-55 lens on I can leave the Cokin hood on in either the inner or outer position. I put it above the filters in the main compartment when the longer lens is attached. For those familiar with this hood you know its not that deep. The main compartment flap has a zippered compartment for small flat stuff like a lens wipe and screen covers. Sewn into the flap there are two SD card holders with Velcro and each holds two of the new BASIC packaging. It also holds a samsung tab 3 7.0 which I eye-fi my pics to but only with a folio cover if I remove the filters.
The Upper compartment I keep several more filters about another 6, two chargers and four batteries in the mesh pocket on the flap. The mesh is perfect for the batteries because they are easy to find. There's a little room left over but not enough for a flash or another lens. Absent the filters and chargers there would be enough room for any of the Sony flashes and a small primary lens.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice bag, but it didn't included, as stated, the rain cover. Contacted the seller and so far nothing.Published 1 day ago by Louis E Hernandez
I easily fit a Sony NEX size camera in it with two large zooms, plus another little camera, total 10+ pounds. All the small pockets make it very useful for travel. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Rock Beaver
LOVE Case Logic items. Got this on a close out deal. So perfect for the afternoon. I hate backpacks, hurt my shoulders. This is perfect.Published 12 days ago by SLJones2002
Perfect size for trips to the zoo or any where. Plenty of room for everything and great quality.Published 13 days ago by Jen
This Sling Backpack looks small but actually holds everything I need it to. I am currently carrying a Nikon D7000 with Nikon 50mm 1.8 attached, Nikon 35-70mm 2. Read morePublished 14 days ago by ADB
Bought this to take my DSLR to Ireland with me. Was pleasantly surprised to find the rain cover -- I didn't realize that existed when I bought it. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Cruelle Devillle
Works really well. Easy to get to the camera from the side pocket. The small cross strap works well for long hikes where you need more support for the case on your back.Published 20 days ago by nice
Took this on several trips. It's unassuming, so no one can tell it's a camera bag. My friend was impressed with the multiple compartment and good the bag looked, he went and bought... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
At 60% off it was a great deal. Just the right size for my m4/3 kit, including room for 3 extra batteries and charger, with the top pocket free for smaller items like a snack, or... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Charles H. Black