- Sorry, this item is not available in
- Image not available
- To view this video download Flash Player
Mid-sized camera backpack/sling
The DK-20 is the mid-size of the DK-series camera backpack/sling that’s made for everyday use. It’s a complete storage solution for your camera, lens, and accessories.
The DK-series attractive design is made with protective materials (black polyester nylon) and made for daily wear and tear from local to long distance traveling.
One understood feature is the ease of using a backpack and quickly converting it to a right side or left side sling bag. The shoulder straps are padded enough to bring you comfort throughout your journeys. You can tuck one shoulder strap in the rear to cross clamp your preferred side of sling. An added feature is the top and front grab handle. Use the top grab handle as a weight for your counter weight hook on your tripod, you can use the front grab handle to conveniently attach and remove it from the tripod.
Unzip the front zipper to access left, right, and main compartments. The main compartment lets you reposition storage sections to maximize storage space. The left compartment is for left handed photographers, the right compartment is for right handed photographers, and the main compartment is for ease of access to all compartments.
The usual items you can store in the DK-20 is a camera with lens, an extra lens, a shoe mount flash, battery & charger, couple of filters, extra memory, and more accessories.
The DK-20 is completely reliable, portable, and ready to use for your next photo-shoot!
Camera bags can be rather pricey compared to stoutly built regular backpacks. Therefore, I've been carrying camera accessory stuff in a well padded regular backpack as a second... Read morePublished 17 days ago by zanypoet
Just received my backpack and it is a very functional product. I found plenty of space to hold my Canon 6D with a Canon battery grip and a 24-105 lens, a flash, a 70-200 lens, the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bob Rosso
Doesn't hold it's shape internally because the velcro connections are insufficient for carrying several lenses (if they are heavy) and camera. It's OK, but nothing to rave about.Published 2 months ago by GPP
Great bag, bought for a friend whom unfortunately had a car accident with it in his trunk. Totaled the car, but camera was fine. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ST ~NH
This pack is bigger than I thought. I used it the other day at a hot air balloon festival. It took the strain off my neck and back which is what I was looking for. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. A. Evans
Very poor quality. After less than 2 months the main carry strap has torn away from bag. The zippers stick and the seam has split open. I don't know why it gets good reviews. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Keith Brodeur