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Case Logic DCB-309 SLR Camera Backpack -Black

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  • Designed to fit SLR camera with lens (up to 70-200mm) attached
  • The front and side accessory pockets provide storage for any non-camera items you require
  • Adjustable divider system provides customizable organization for 2-3 additional lenses, flash, and other camera accessories
  • Padded laptop compartment safely stores 15 inch MacBook Pro or 14 inch PC
  • Weather hood fits snugly over the bag to protect from the elements (when not in use, roll into its stuff sack for storage)
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Case Logic DCB-309 SLR Camera Backpack -Black + Professional Cleaning Kit for DSLR Cameras (Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sony) - Includes: Lens Cleaning Pen System + High Quality Lens Brush + Air Blower Cleaner + 50 Sheets Lens Tissue Paper + Handy Empty Spray Bottle + 3 Premium MagicFiber Microfiber Cleaning Cloths
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Technical Details

  • Screen Size compatibility: 15

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 9.1 x 19.5 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004JMZPK0
  • Item model number: DCB-309
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #311 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 1, 2011

Product Description


Case Logic SLR Camera Backpack - Model: DCB-309

The Case Logic DCB-309 SLR Camera Backpack combines practicality and style with customizable organization and sleek lines. Designed for either professional or amateur use, the bag has everything a serious photographer needs. Features include compatibility with cameras with attached lenses up to 200mm, a padded 15" MacBook Pro/14" PC laptop compartment, and an internal padded divider system accessories.

Case Logic DCB-309 SLR Camera Backpack in use
Practicality, style and customizable organization designed for professional or serious amateur use.
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Laptop compartment of the Case Logic DCB-309 SLR Camera Backpack
Padded back compartment safely accommodates either a 15" MacBook Pro or 14" laptop.
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Camera in top pocket of the Case Logic DCB-309 SLR Camera Backpack
Top opening designed for use with SLR cameras with lens (up to 70-200mm) attached.
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Internal divider system of the Case Logic DCB-309 SLR Camera Backpack
Adjustable internal divider system provides customizable organization of gear.
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Front outer stash pocket of the Case Logic DCB-309 SLR Camera Backpack
Front pocket allows quick access to a point-and-shoot camera or other items stored there.
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Monopod storage on the Case Logic DCB-309 SLR Camera Backpack
Side pocket and strap feature combination provide convenient storage for a small tripod or monopod.
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Key Features
  • Designed to fit SLR cameras with lens (up to 70-200mm) attached
  • Adjustable divider system provides customizable organization for 2-3 additional lenses, flash, and other camera accessories
  • 15" MacBook Pro or 14" PC fit in the padded laptop compartment
  • Unzip side pocket, slide your tripod inside, and secure it at the top with the adjustable buckle (serves as additional accessory storage when not using a tripod)
  • Weather hood fits snugly over the bag to protect from the elements (when not in use, roll into its stuff sack for storage)
  • Front pocket provides storage for any non-camera items you require
  • A padded front panel ensures your camera and accessories are protected from impact
  • Convenient mesh water bottle pouch
  • Strap management system keeps excess strap material rolled up, secured in place and out of your way
  • Dimensions - 17.3" (l) x 8.4" (w) x 11.4" (h)
  • Fits Devices - 14.9" (l) x 4.9" (w) x 10.7" (h)
  • Materials - Nylon
  • Weight - 3.39 lbs

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The bag is very good and on first glance wows you with the build quality.
Ravi Tej K
I worn out a Canon backpack.... I needed a new one for all the equipment to carry... small and light enough... I found this bag, light and with a lot of room.
MCGL
Extremely well designed, right down to the elastic zipper pull pockets on the inside of the main compartment lid so your gear won't get scratched.
Mark Twain

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By L. Kirk TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 2, 2011
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The Case Logic DCB-309 SLR Camera Backpack is a well designed backpack that is classy looking and has lots of great features that you want in a camera backpack.

Pros: Lots of pockets. Not an overwhelming number of pockets, but enough, and where you want them to be. There are flat pockets on the front (and pockets within those), a couple on the sides, and a sleeve for 14-15" laptops (or smaller). There's also one on the rear that holds a rain cover for the pack. Nice inclusion.

Well designed main compartment. I was able to fit in, unbelievably, a mid-size SLR with 28-85mm zoom, huge 80-200mm zoom, 90mm macro lens, 50 mm normal lens, 12-24mm zoom, extra batteries, hard drive, case with memory cards, right angle viewfinder, small flash with extra batteries, hoods for all the lenses, and an extra camera binoc style harness. Now, it's a *tight* fit, but it all goes in there. There is lots of padding around the perimeter of the compartment and a plethora of detachable dividers. Everything seems protected from outside forces and internal ones.

Cinch straps keep the front-to-back sections taut. This keeps the bag from feeling like it's flopping from the weight of what's inside.

A sternum strap is most appreciated, as are well-padded shoulder straps, and separate tripod fixture.

Cons: No bottom protection. The DCB-309 is well suited as an urban camera backpack, but out on the trail, the ground is often wet. You could use the rain cover to sit it on, then it would get cruddy.

Strap to body joining seems marginal. With my backpack fully loaded, lifting the pack by a strap revealed major stress and strain on the seam between strap and body, with a visible separation. I can see this as an early point of failure.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Mark Twain on August 22, 2011
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Pros:
- Stylish and lightweight
- Very organized, lots of pockets with zippers, all the stuff can be easily kept in order
- Hidden pocket for wallet is very useful for a traveler
- Rain protection cover

Cons:
- As it was mentioned before, shoulder straps do not have sufficient padding. After a few hours of walking with the backpack full of stuff, the inconvenience becomes evident. I'm comparing it with the comfort of my NorthFace backpack, which is a lot better in this sense.
- Rain protection cover sits well only if the backpack is not on your back, otherwise you need to adjust it frequently, since the construction of shoulder straps prevent the cover to stay on top of the notebook compartment. That's a serious flaw for the backpack.
- Hand strap is pretty useless once backpack is full. Lifting the backpack reveals the weakness of the whole construction.
- There is no hard bottom, so I decided to use extra divider to protect the bottom of my lens.

Bottom line:
- Suites for light DSLR camera, short trips and good weather.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Denalijay on July 8, 2011
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I strongly disagree with reviews that question the VALUE of this item - at around $60 this camera pack tops a competitve list including Lowepro, Kata, Tamrac, Mountainsmith, and Clik. Don't get me wrong - these other brands also offer superb, feature-packed products that are well worth the investment. For my needs (read on) this case offers solid protection, elegant (simple, uncluttered) styling, and all the capacity and features I need - it holds my photo system, a laptop, chargers, cables and other kit, tripod, water bottle, a stuffable windbreaker and a snack
- at $40 to $140 or more cheaper than the competition. And yes, it does come with a rain cover!!

What it holds:
1) In main padded compartment: Panasonic Lumix GH2 w/ 14-140 zoom, GF2 w/20 normal in leather case, eye level finder for GF2, 100-300 zoom, 7-14 zoom, 45 macro, 14 normal, 6 spare batteries, two plug-in battery chargers, Tamrac square filter pouch, Panasonic 360 flash, Minolta spotmeter, plus one small cell to spare for other kit or another small lens.

2) In padded computer sleeve next to back: 14" HP Pavillion dm4 with room to spare; slim A/C power adapter, extension cord.

3) In full length x width, padded back "organization" pocket: 2-3 guidebooks and printed matter in a mesh outer slot, wallet & keys in a zip pocket; fabric slots for 3 pens, a large digital phone (Droid Global), and a large PDA (Ipaq).

4) In way-back, padded, outside zip pocket: room for a netbook with charger, or iPad in case+, or large and medium textbooks, or (my favorite) a light stuffable jaket and snack.

5) On left side: Tripod strap with bottom pocket that zips shut when not needed - very low profile/clean design.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mark Twain on July 27, 2011
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Yes, you could put rocks in it too, but for my DSLR, couple of lens, filters, batts, mics, on cam light, flash, monopod, iPad/MacBook and more, it totally rocks. Tons of thought on how this thing will get used. More pockets than a pack deserves. Extremely well designed, right down to the elastic zipper pull pockets on the inside of the main compartment lid so your gear won't get scratched. Build quality (being made in China, had some doubts) was way better than expected. Only thing I can even remotely think of how to improve it would be some sort of keeper elastic for the chest strap when its not in use. And no, I don't work for the company, just very stoked over this product.
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