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Case Logic DSS-101 Luminosity CSC/DSLR Sling (Black)


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CSC/DSLR
  • Compact monopod or tripod side attachment with adjustable, hypalon strap to prevent sliding
  • Sling design offers quick and secure access to camera gear and functions as a work out of station
  • Dedicated compartment is sized to fit an iPad
  • Dedicated internal memory card slip pocket
  • Zippered top compartment stores personal items such as a phone, snack or sunglasses and interior zippered pocket is perfect for a wallet or ID
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Product Details

Style: CSC/DSLR
  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 7.9 x 15 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: B00IDYS066
  • Item model number: DSS-101
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 11, 2014

Product Description

Style: CSC/DSLR


Case Logic Luminosity CSC/DSLR Sling - Model: DSS-101

The Case Logic DSS-101 Luminosity CSC/DSLR Sling is a functional yet compact camera sling sporty enough for the trails and streamlined for the city. Adjustable divider walls and blue interior make it a breeze to customize and organize your compact system camera or compact DSLR along with 1-2 lenses or flash and accessories. Dedicated compartments are sized to fit an iPad and internal memory cards. Sling design allows you to quickly access all contents of the bag without taking it off, while the comfort of a thickly padded mesh back panel and shoulder strap offer ergonomic support in each wearable position. Taken together, these features make this compact camera sling a must-have for on-the-go photographers.

Case Logic DSS-101 Luminosity CSC/DSLR Sling
Functional yet compact camera sling suitable for any environment photographers find themselves in.
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Main compartment of the Case Logic DSS-101 Luminosity CSC/DSLR Sling
Keep camera gear and your iPad at your fingertips during photoshoots.
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Cross body strap of the Case Logic DSS-101 Luminosity CSC/DSLR Sling in use
Cross-body strap allows you to easily pull sling forward to access bag contents.
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The top zippered pocket of the Case Logic DSS-101 Luminosity CSC/DSLR Sling
Store small items within the top zippered pocket.
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Tripod storage with the Case Logic DSS-101 Luminosity CSC/DSLR Sling
Conveniently secure a compact monopod or tripod with integrated straps at the bag's side.
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Straps and back panel of the Case Logic DSS-101 Luminosity CSC/DSLR Sling
Padded back panel and extra wide shoulder strap ensures comfort in wearable positions.
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Key Features
  • Main compartment protects a compact system camera or compact DSLR, 1-2 lenses or flash and accessories with adjustable divider walls to create a customized fit
  • Sling design offers quick and secure access to camera gear and functions as a work out of station
  • Dedicated compartment sized to fit an iPad
  • Dedicated internal memory card slip pocket
  • Zippered top compartment stores personal items such as a phone, snack or sunglasses and interior zippered pocket is perfect for a wallet or ID
  • Ergonomic construction combines thickly padded back panel and extra wide shoulder strap wrapped with air mesh padding to offer ultimate comfort
  • Optional stability belt clips to cross-body strap and adjusts to distribute weight of camera equipment and keep sling secure while active (belt tucks into back panel when not in use)
  • Large loop on cross-body strap allows you to easily pull sling forward and doubles as a carabiner attach point
  • Compact monopod or tripod side attachment with adjustable, hypalon strap to prevent sliding
  • Weather hood fits snugly over the bag to protect from the elements (when not in use, store in dedicated back panel compartment)
  • Dimensions: 9.1" (l) x 7.9" (w) x 15" (h)
  • Fits Devices: 6.7" (l) x 5.1" (w) x 9.4" (h)
  • Materials: Nylon
  • Weight: 1.54 lbs

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

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Build quality is very good.
RPadTV
It's comfortable to carry either in sling mode with one shoulder strap, or backpack mode by attaching the other hidden shoulder strap.
M633
This bag slings like a backpack.
JWH

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SMXSteve TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 24, 2014
Style Name: CSC/DSLR Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I was so looking forward to getting this bag. Case Logic bags are generally well made and while this one is well made it is far from a DSLR bag. My Nikon D300s barely fits let alone extra lens and accessories. The D300s is an average sized DSLR nothing small about it but definitely not the largest.

When I think of a sling I think of convenience, a bag that I can carry on my back, side or front so that I can easily reach my camera. But if you watch their online video they only access it when it is lying on a table. Did they even try it out in the field?

This is NOT a travel bag but one to take just your camera and a couple of small things for a few hours out in the field.

It does not hang well more like dangling on the lower back with no waist straps to help support it.

The flaps over the memory storage are a waste. I have no idea why bag mfrs even go to the trouble of putting memory slots in the bag. They aren't convenient.

Most of us have pretty good sized tripods that aren't going to be carried by this thing.

I store most of my equipment in a backpack: camera, 2 extra lenses, flashes, filters, etc. I also have a Kata Torso pack that will fit to the side or in front and will easily hold my camera and an extra lens or couple of flashes and batteries (unfortunately Amazon doesn't carry it any more). With the Kata bag I can easily get to my camera not having to take off my backpack every time. But my Kata bag could use a couple of large pockets which is why I wanted this Case Logic.

The bottom line: If your going out for a walk and want to take just your camera, wallet and cell phone this bag could work. But if you are out to really take some photos this bag falls short.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JWH VINE VOICE on July 11, 2014
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This is a well-constructed and comfortable small bag. Traditional small bags with a shoulder strap tend to slide of the shoulder. This bag slings like a backpack. It is comfortable and functional and keeps the equipment inside protected. Many reviewers have complained about the limitations in size, but if you want to take all your equipment, use a large backpack. However, for the many times you want to take your camera and maybe an additional lens, this bag gets the job done safely and comfortably. Recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rbhatta TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 5, 2014
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This case logic DSS-101 reviewed here is built nicely with good quality materials. I stuffed my wife's Canon 60D along with all the accessories (See the photos that I have posted) and found no problems in terms of space. I even managed to stuff her iPad (Third Generation) Height: 9.50 inches (241.2 mm) Width: 7.31 inches (185.7 mm) and it was a very tight fit. After stuffing all the accessories I found the bag becoming lead weight and sort of unevenly balanced on my back for a right handed user like me when I used the bag as intended by Cross-body strap method that allows you to easily pull sling forward to access bag contents.

I dunno why Case Logic decided to make the Cross-body strap sort of curved asymmetrical design which prevented me from hanging it freely over my left shoulder like a regular backpack (I am right handed) and I hate to wrap it around my chest since it seemed to constrain me and does not seemed to balance right on my back giving me shoulder and back-pain.

I feel very disappointed since the quality of the bag is so good, All the camera gear and accessories fit perfectly but the way it hangs over on your back in the effort to sling swing into action when in need for the camera design did not seem to appeal me. My wife also commented that she will not be willing to strap it around her chest like that since the strap sits right in the middle and makes her feel uncomfortable due to uneven weight distribution not to mention how it tightly it wraps around the chest area.

It is a good attempt and might work for left handed persons who would like to carry it on their right shoulder like a regular backpack and the padding is very good for long haul.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Thomas B. Gross VINE VOICE on July 1, 2014
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My first reaction upon receiving this bag was that it was designed for left-handed people - I carry an old Invicta single-strap bag every day on my left-shoulder because I am right-handed - there is no option on this bag to change the orientation of the strap so that I could hang it on my left shoulder, and thus it can really only be worn on my back. I like the quality of the bag so I thought, maybe I can get used to this, and started loading my camera equipment into it.

I have a Sony Nex-5n with two extra lenses and a Sony DSC-HX300 ("superzoom") Compact Camera that I've been carrying around in an inexpensive ($40) Canon 200EG Backpack (pretty good product for the price) that I bought 8 years ago. I've taken that bag with equipment on a number of trips as my primary carry-on - there is room in it for an iPad although it was designed years before tablets came on the scene. I was hoping this new bag would replace the old Canon bag, which is getting a little long in the tooth.

I managed to stuff most of my Sony equipment into the bag, maybe not as nicely as I would like (it could really use some more miscellaneous compartments for things like the 5n's viewfinder, flash, and remote trigger, not to mention the interesting remote flash trigger I had bought and put in my old Canon bag and completely forgot about). I put the 5n itself into the smaller compartment on top which the illustrations indicate is meant for a granola bar (or whatever) and the HX300 in the main compartment although not like a DSLR is expected to fit with a large zoom.
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