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SwissGear GA-7841-02F00 DIANA Large SLR Camera Case


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  • Fits most digital SLR cameras
  • Microfiber and vinyl material protects the digital SLR camera against bumps and scratches
  • Adjustable padded dividers
  • Exterior zippered compartment provides storage space for personal accessories
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Product Description

Protect your digital SLR camera from bumps and scratches with this stylish messenger bag, which features an exterior zippered compartment for personal accessories and soft padded shoulder straps for easy portability

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 5.5 x 9.5 inches ; 1.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0029U2UAC
  • Item model number: GA-7841-02F00
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 13, 2009

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Katherine Hall on May 30, 2009
Finally, someone realized that women can be photography hounds too!

I was looking for a bag that I could put my Sony DSC-HX1 and accessories into so I not only would have a safe way to transport my camera, but have all of the extras that go along with it. I went to a couple of places and looked through a lot of the traditional camera bags, but I kept coming back to this one. It fitted my needs perfectly!

The inside is gold/tan and padded with a strip of velcro going along each side of the purse and a strip on each end going from top to bottom. There are four large moveable "wall borders" to separate the items from side to side and two smaller ones to separate from the bottom or top. There are also two very narrow pads that came attached to the velcro strips on the ends, but I haven't been able to figure out what they're for yet. I was able to fit my camera, a smaller point and shoot camera (Sony DSC-W300 - in its own padded case), a ziploc bag with a charger for each camera and four batteries and cleaning kit, the HX1's teleangle conversion lens, and I have an extra space for personal items such as a sunglass case and my keys. The top zips across to close everything in.

There is also a zippered pocked on the other side (from the bag's stock photo). I was able to fit my (small) wallet, cell phone, and memory stick holder in a flat row with a business card holder doubled onto the wallet. This side does not have the straps going down all of the way to the bottom of the purse (they attach at the top of the trim) so the buckles are only on the pictured side.

With what I have packed in it, the bag measures 14" long, 5" wide (looks like it could go a little wider), and 8.5" tall not including the straps (21" including the straps).
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Drew Wallen on May 27, 2010
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I got this case for my wife who is a professional wedding photographer. Her main camera "bag" is the size of a baby elephant and weighs 40 lbs. empty. This case is perfect for very small occasions where a backup body and flash, etc. are not required. It is attractive and recieves compliments from people who think it's a purse. It is well-made. Because it is the absolute minimum size necessary for a full-sized DSLR and flash and a few accessories, it is a little hard to configure the partitions and may require some experimentation.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By S. Pania on July 22, 2009
Other than wishing it was made from environmentally friendly materials, it has great space, padding, and dividers; fits my 50d w/ lens, flash, 50mm leans, and regular purse contents.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ms. Wu on December 23, 2009
I saw this in the store and thought, "great! Finally a camera bag that looks like a purse." Unfortunately when feeling the bag it didn't feel like it had any padding. Sure, it looks great but if you compare it to the padding on real camera bags, there's a BIG difference.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. Ruscio on August 15, 2010
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I'm not a hardcore photographer by any means, but I own a Nikon D60 with two lenses (80-55, 55-200) and a small handful of other gadgets that need to be stuffed in my camera bag, such as the charger and a few lens cap items, etc etc.

I have a very padded, very traditional looking camera bag currently and it's great to store my DLSR in when we go camping, hiking, boating, etc. But when it comes to wanting to have my DLSR nearby for light day outtings like a baseball game, wedding, birthday party or the dog park, I didn't like being the woman with the insanely obvious camera bag, nor also usually carrying my purse at the same time.

So far, I am loving my Swissgear Diana. It looks like a standard nice purse and easily fits my camera (with a lens attached), the spare lens, the charger, my small point-and-shoot camera, my eyeglasses case, some tissues, etc. The inside dividers are velcro-y and can be moved around or removed as needed, which is nice. It is LIGHTLY PADDED, so this is probably not the bag to keep your gear safe on any trip where it might be banged around a bunch at all. It is meant to be kept on your person or set down gently, etc, like a normal purse. The back side also has a small zippered pocket that I can easily tuck a few credit cards and my ID, plus my car keys and iPhone. Very, very happy I made this purchase!
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so this is a good bag if you wanna take your SLR with you to a dinner, program, and want to look classy, without looking too techy. Ie. going to a wedding? fundraiser? this purse will go with your outfit. it is dressy, and looks sharp, and feminine!

the down side is, it only has one other small zipper area so keep things, sometimes it can be hard to organize stuff inside (i always lose my chap-stick) but I can always find the camera. I took it with me to a bridal shower, to work when i have to and it looks like a part of my work outfit/dress/ suit. everyone loved it, and was surprised to see a SLR come out of it. it definitely beats carrying the backpack.

I only have one lens but there's definitely place for other lenses, a wallet, and other smaller accessories for the SLR, and yourself. also it ocmes with extra dividers (which attach and de-attach with Velcro, so it helps organize things).

I have the Lowepro Passport Sling Camera Bag which I use on more casual occasions (travel, tourism and sometimes hikes), this one looks more casual, but has a few organising pouches outside and inside! I think a back-pack is best for hikes though.

hope this helps!
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