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Dolica DK-20 Medium Travel Camera Backpack (Black)

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  • Front and side easy access
  • Dual purpose single or double shoulder strap for comfort and quick access
  • Upper compartment for additional storage
  • Front tripod holder
  • Customize format
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Product Description

Size: Medium

Product Description

DK Series backpacks are light and fashionable. The backpack is designed with side and upper compartments for quick access and storage. The DK series backpacks are also ergonoomically designed with 3D mesh handles, dual purpose single and doubleshoulder straps, waist loop and front tripod holder.

From the Manufacturer


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!

 

Features

  • Capacity
    DSLR and 2 to 3 lenses (upto 200mm F/2.8), hoods, flashes, filters, replacement batteries, battery chargers, and many more accessories

  • Side strap attachment loop
    You will find a single loop strap for attachments (i.e: for lens cases, water bottles, etc) On the left and right of each side of the backpack/sling.

  • Exterior dimensions
    11.8" x 9.8" x 18.5"

  • Top compartment dimensions
    9" x 6.3" x 11.8"
    • Interior fabric
      Polyester/nylon
    • Exterior fabric
      Polyester/nylon

    • Net Weight
      2.8 lbs
    • Additional features
      5 internal padded compartment sectionals

      Top Compartment (dual mesh compartments and 3 small pockets)

      Tripod Holder (pull out from bottom of bag)

      Weather proof raincoat for backpack/sling

      Left and right zip and/or quick release clips for fast access to side compartment

      Center zip comartment for quick access to camera and/or lenses (also has an internal storage area for battery size objects)

      Adjsutable ergonomic harness

      Adjustable waist belt

      Adjustable chest belt

    Product Details

    Size: Medium
    • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 11.8 x 18.5 inches ; 2.8 pounds
    • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
    • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
    • ASIN: B002OEBJ7S
    • Item model number: DK-20
    • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
    • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
    • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 24, 2009

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    The zippers stick and the seam has split open.
    Keith Brodeur
    The bag is quality made with thick durable padded material all around and the stitching is well done.
    Kanehi
    The bag also has an accessible, well padded compartment for a laptop or tablet.
    Robert Schofield

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Mitchell VINE VOICE on February 8, 2011
    Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
    I use this as a combination purpose bag: Cameras for light shooting work, extra camera gear bag, emergency gear bag for winter/blizzard travel, day pack for hiking up to 8 hours. It's easy to shoulder, unshoulder, organize, load and access gear.

    It is not as easy to access as the outstanding LowePro Slingshot 300 (which I also use). NOTHING touches the Slingshot for rapid ease of access (you don't have to unshoulder it -- just slide it down from your back to your waist) or for safety during access (divisions open face up when dropped to the waist), but then this doesn't COST as much as the superior LowePro products and has proven just about as durable.

    I suspect that this is very close to the size of the Slingshot 200, but you save about 25% (today, about twenty bucks). If size is right and cash no object or if speed of access is absolutely essential, buy the LowePro Slingshot 200. If cost matter more, consider this Doluca.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Thu Doan on December 7, 2013
    Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
    For the price of this backpack ($41), I highly recommend getting this. The build quality is pretty good. The backpack is light, which is an important factor for me. I got this backpack because it has a tripod compartment - it works well. Most other backpacks in this price range does not have it. As a small person, it's comfortable to wear compared to many other camera backpacks I've tried. The inside compartment dividers can be sturdier but it still works well. I'm able to put a 1 liter Nalgene water bottle in the top compartment with other camera accessories like lens pens, SD cards, gloves, keys, etc. and it holds up fine. The back has a compartment that's wide enough for you to put a tablet in if you're traveling. I wish the backpack was a little wider (enough to fit a regular student notebook). It also has a strap around your hips for ergonomics so the backpack doesn't move around too much (important for hiking). The zippers work well - no snags. I'd still be gentle with the zipper so you don't break them since they're not the jumbo size zippers. Overall, I highly recommend this backpack. It's really nice and way cheaper compared to the ones they sell at Walmart or Target. It's also nicer than the Lowepro backpacks I've tried. It's way lighter and less expensive than the Mountainsmith backpacks. The MS backpacks are nice but they're not as ergonomic. The zippers snag against the flaps, they're really heavy, and more expensive. There's enough space in the lower compartment for a camera body and one lens. For a while I had the Canon T3i attached with kit lens (18-55mm) and the 55-250mm lens in the lower compartment.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 29, 2011
    Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
    I bought the large version. It is big and can hold lot of stuff. Only complaint i have is that if you don't fill up camera gear, it rattles. It would be good if there are more number of compartment padding so that you can customize it into small compartments.
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    9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Hjl116 on August 10, 2011
    Size Name: Small
    Pro's: Sturdy/durable, good carrying options,
    Con's: Slots are too large, not enough slots/ pockets/ elastic rings for peripherals. Velcro dividers don't seem like they'll stay in place. The storage and spaces don't seem to make that much sense.

    I have a Canon 7D with a 24-70mm, 50mm, and a 135mm fixed, all quality canon glass, some extra filters, a spare battery (no battery grip), a spare CF Card,lens cleaners, tripod, The space for the camera with 24-70mm attached is great with room to spare (almost too much room to spare). When I go to organize all my lens, I find that there's almost too much room for my lenses as well, so I feel like they're bumping around in there. i tried, re-positioning the dividers, but there's really only one divider that I can re-position that makes sense. That's complaint 1. My second complaint is that there aren't enough side pockets for all my peripherals to be secured, so I ended up just piling them in the top main compartment, which is almost like a small glove box. Although a very disorganized way to do this, I wouldn't mind it, but there's the compartment is not sealed off from the rest of the bag, so if my lens cleaner (it's shaped like a marker) sometimes falls through the crack and is floating around in my bag. Also, my extra filters don't have a secure and separate place to slide in, so they're jammed together in a compartment. There's plenty of space for the memory cards, but to tell you truthfully, I don't care if my extra memory cards are bumping around a pool of other items, they'll be just fine. But glass that's gonna be between myself and my subject, should have their own compartments. Overall a decent bag, but if I had to do it again, I'd go with something different.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By E. Y. L. on July 26, 2012
    Size Name: Medium
    Been using this backpack for less than a year now and the seams connecting the right strap to the backpack have given away. The right tends to undergo more wear as that's the strap I use to put the backpack on my back. The backpack is big and roomy and fits all my gear nice and snug. I can even get a Sigma 150-500mm OS with a Rebel attached inside the backpack with room for 3 lenses, another body without a lens attached, and a number of filters. I then use the top compartment for other accessories. I really don't like how the tripod is attached. The tripod swings around, bumps into people when I turn around, and it just looks clumsy. The backpack comfortably fits my 16 inch laptop in the laptop compartment and it feels well protected. I do like this bag, but the build quality is just not that great. I wish the seams could handle the wear.
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