Case Logic CPL-106 DSLR Camera Shoulder Bag, Medium (Black)
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- Compatible with most DSLR cameras, two additional lens or one additional lens plus a flash, and accessories
- Adjustable, padded dividers allow you to customize the camera compartment
- Dedicated internal memory card slip pocket
- Weather hood fits snugly over the bag to protect from the elements (when not in use, store in dedicated back panel compartment)
- Front zippered pocket provides organization for non-camera accessories
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For the weekend getaway, this stylish, casual DSLR shoulder bag transports more than just a days worth of camera gear. The zippered top lid opens wide for access to switch a lens or grab the flash to remember the moments. Contemporary quilting adds intrigue and reveals just how much padding is protecting your camera.
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My camera bag was recently stolen, sigh, but I replaced it with an identical one (this item), but in the process of replacing gear I got a Nikon 70-300mm lens instead of a 55-300mm lens. The 70-300mm lens is slightly longer than the 55-300 version, and doesn't fit well in this bag. The zipper is hard to close while the long lens is attached to the camera body. Sigh. So be advised that if you have anything mounted to your camera that is longer than a Nikon D5100 w/ a 55-300mm lens, it won't easily fit in this bag. Don't get me wrong...it's a perfect fit for the slightly shorter lens, but nothing longer.
Last summer my wife gave me a Nikon D5100 with 18-55mm and 55-300mm lenses. The set came with a Nikon stock shoulder bag Nikon Deluxe Digital SLR Camera Case - Gadget Bag.
After using the Nikon bag for a few months I noticed some shortcomings:
1) The metal front clips pinched my fingers, hard!, more than once.
2) The top would not easily close when the long lens was attached to the camera body - the bag was too short for that.
3) When the top inner zipper pouch contained cords, an extra battery, etc., the sides of the top puckered up and out, and did not provide much protection from the weather, etc.
I knew I didn't want to use that bag forever and I had my eyes open for an alternative, so I jumped at the chance to try out this bag from Case Logic.
I was a bit skeptical when I pulled it out of the box. It has lighter weight construction from the top handle all the way to the bottom of the bag than my Nikon bag. It also looked too small to accommodate my basic camera set up (camera body, two lenses, charger, cables, extra battery and SD card, etc.).
I was pleasantly surprised when I adjusted the velcro inner dividers a little and started putting things away. The bag is tall enough so that the camera body fits nicely with either the short or long lens attached. The other lens and charger fit snugly in the other half of the main compartment. The front zipper pouch is large enough to easily hold the camera cords. The underside of the top flap has two small elastic pouches. These work great for my 2nd battery and extra SD card. There is a Velcro flap that holds them in place. In addition, there is a fairly small zipper pouch there. It's big enough to accommodate cords or another small item. This is where I keep my lens paper. There are also small elastic web pouches on the outer sides of the bag. I'm not sure what I'll end up using those for. Lastly, and this is REALLY COOL, there what at first appears to be an upside down Velcro pouch on the back of the bag. The opening faces down, eh!? When you explore that pouch a little more, you will find that it contains a rain fly for the bag! It's attached to the bag so you won't lose it. Just pull it up over the top of the bag, and down over the front so that the elastic on it holds it in place. Nifty!
The rain fly is actually attached via Velcro as well so you can remove it if you want to, but I don't know why you would.
The one thing I didn't understand about this bag at first was the orientation of the zipper around the top flap. Instead of zipping from one side of the bag, around the front, and then back to the other side, it zips from one side, around the back side of the bag. After I used the bag a few times a light went on in my tiny little brain...it was when I had the bag's strap over a shoulder. This zipper arrangement allowed me to unzip the pouch, open the top, and look in the main compartment without having to look over a flap. Neat. And if I didn't zip the flap right away, it flopped over, partially covering the compartment and shielding contents from the sun and the casual passer-by.
Lastly, I like the weight and style of the bag. I used it at a sporting event today, and when I had my camera and long lens out, I could barely feel the bag over my shoulder. As for the style of the bag, I like that it does not scream "I've got an expensive camera in here." I mean, it's not much larger than a lunchbox or a bag someone might use on a trip to the beach to carry a 6-pack of sodas or something. That was something that kind of bugged me about my old bag...it had this gold colored metal plaque on the front that boldly stated "NIKON". Some people might like that, but not me. It's like someone who owns a Ferrari and has a Ferrari emblem on their key chain. I mean, how likely is it that they are going to forget that they drive a Ferrari? They're just showing off. I'm not into that.
All in all, the more I use this bag, the more I like it. I like it so much that I gave my Nikon bag to a friend who needed a camera bag.
5 stars for a lightweight shoulder camera bag. It's a keeper!
I recommend the buyer take out the dividers inside the main compartment. Return them to the case in the configuration that works for your needs (as you put it into the compartment, squeeze the divider into a cup shape and that it will keep the velcro from sticking in an undesirable spot). The top of the two large dividers have seams and can be bent over - in my case to protect the tops of the lenses.
Tricky part, the weather hood is in a secret compartment. Holding the bag with the main compartment open in front of you, slide your fingers along the very bottom of the bag. You'll feel loose fabric. Pull the velcro open and you can take out the hood. Handy as it feels like it's been raining here since Thanksgiving!