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Case Logic TBC-310 SLR Sling for Camera (Black)

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  • Designed to fit a SLR camera with standard zoom lens attached
  • Unique hammock system suspends camera inside the side-entry compartment for quick access
  • Hammock sides lift for additional lens, flash or accessory storage
  • Side straps adjust to secure your tri-pod or other bulky items
  • Upper compartment stores extra accessories or personal items such as a jacket, sunglasses or a snack
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Product Description

This lightweight sling has space for everything you need-SLR camera, camera accessories and personal items-while maintaining a comfortable carry on your back. When you are ready to shoot, simply rotate the sling forward to quickly access your camera.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.5 x 15 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B004OR14GO
  • Item model number: TBC310K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 25, 2011

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264 of 267 people found the following review helpful By Brian R. TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 26, 2011
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Overall, this is a nice pack as my video details, but it needs better thought put into the pockets and storage to really compete against similar models. Caselogic is making a bid in its recent products to unseat the main players with a similar product at a better price. Unfortunately, with this bag, unless it's priced under $40 it won't accomplish this task.

Good for people with a small to moderate amount of equipment to carry on an occasional basis, this sling is a good choice. Those with larger SLR and longer wide aperture lenses will probably have to look elsewhere. While there's many pockets and zippers, they're better suited to holding papers and non-breakable equipment like filters (in a hard case) vs. being the proper size and shape for extra lenses, flash units, etc. Even the lack of memory-card sized pockets is evidence that the designers just seemed to add as many zippers and pockets without really thinking of the specific things that need to be stored securely and within easy reach.

Overall, this bag needs a revision and a lower price to be competitive to a wider audience. If you're someone with an entry level SLR and a couple of lower-end lenses, you can easily get by with this bag. For those reasons and in this competitive segment, I can only give it 3 stars - a nice, durable sling, but not as well thought out as the competition and not priced to outweigh that fact.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Ed TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 17, 2011
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Case Logic sells a few different styles of DSLR camera slings and the TBC-310 is their entry-level, basic sling bag. Like most of their other DSLR bags, it uses their hammock system for secure storage and quick access. I'll go over all the storage compartments, durability, padding, and convenience in this review.

PROS:
- Comfortable to wear
- Lots of unique storage
- Light-weight
- Tripod straps

CONS:
- Some padding deficiencies
- Hard to find a place for the sling strap

STORAGE
For a relatively small bag, the TBC-310 has quite a bit of storage. The main camera compartment uses Case Logic's hammock system that allows the camera to be suspended inside. I can easily store my Canon T2i inside with an 18-55mm lens with hood in that hammock, but due to the length of the hood, it doesn't really suspend in the hammock. The hammock can be adjusted to allow another lens to be placed next to it. I can place my 55-250mm lens with hood next to it and it fits well. Unfortunately, the hammock pocket is not padded in any way so there isn't much to protect the body and extra lens from damaging each other during impact (should you drop it or throw the bag in the back seat of your car). The flap to the main pocket also has a zippered pocket on the inside for miscellaneous items.

The TBC-310 also has a large front pocket that has a mesh pocket inside and another zippered pocket. I was able to easily put my lens pen, lens caps, memory card reader, and charger in this pocket, with room for more. A zippered napolean pocket graces the front of the large front pocket as well. The top of the TBC-310 has another zippered pocket that is fairly deep. You could probably put another body in it but I chose to put my BlackRapid Strap RS-7 strap there.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By So Many Tools VINE VOICE on June 18, 2011
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I use this with a Nikon D700 (without battery pack), SP 24 flash, 24-70 lens,70-200 lens, Lumiquest flash box with filters, 28mm lens, 50mm lens, spare batteries for flash and camera, and last but not least SD Cards.

All this fits nicely except the 70-210, which I strap to the outside using the tripod loops as an anchor point.

So lets talk about the feel of this bag and its usability from its intended across the body position. To be candid I found this position both awkward, and cumbersome. I think if you were using this bag with a small point and shoot non-slr type camera it would be fine. But SLR's are larger, heavier and can require some dexterity to be able to change lenses, manipulate controls and at the same time frame shots. I did like the bag as more of a shoulder set up, and found it such a nice size for a day style pack if you know what your walking into and feel comfortable leaving behind your extras. I used this bag for a friends wedding and found it just perfect. I could bring all my basics, cleaning items, and still have my lens choices (within reason of course.)

All and all a nice bag, comfortable...but limited a bit more functional than say a Tamarac day pack (which I have).
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By P. MSakamoto TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 25, 2011
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My normal camera setup consists of: Canon 40d with battery grip, 17-55 f2.8 IS USM zoom, 580ex II flash, grip, 70-200mm f2.8L IS USM zoom, Gary Fong "whale tail" diffuser, etc. I normally carry all of this in a Lowepro backpack. The Case Logic TBC-310 would seem to be a nice alternative when shooting indoors. My thought was that I could fit a more minimal kit in it by leaving out the big zoom, diffuser, and other pieces like backup battery packs. It turns out, this is not true. As noted by others, this bag has nice storage areas and pockets, but they don't really fit any of my gear. In particular, the lens pocket that cushions the lens when it's attached to the camera body is too small to hold my 17-55 f2.8 with the lens hood attached in storage mode (e.g. reversed so that the "tulip petals" extend back over the barrel instead of out over the front of the lens). It will fit if I remove the hood entirely, but then it takes up the minimal space left elsewhere in the bag. The next issue is that the battery grip is a bit too much for the body part of the case. It will all fit, but it takes enough effort to insert and remove the camera+grip+lens that the convenience of having this kind of ready bag is negated. It all works well if the battery grip and lens hood are removed. One of the other reviewers showed in their uploaded photo how to store an extra lens or a 580ex II speedlight, which is my standard flash. My "simulated" use test shows that this is a fine case for a slimmed down rig, but definitely not for pro or semi-pro use since we'd all have larger cameras and lenses than this will easily fit.

I like the thoughtful features such as the tripod/monopod straps, numerous pockets, visible netted pockets, semi-sealed zippers and very light weight.
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