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Case Logic SLRC-202 Medium SLR Camera Bag (Black)
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- Compatible with most SLRs with a zoom lens
- Patent pending hammock system suspends your SLR above the bottom of case, providing superior impact protection
- Water-proof EVA base withstands the elements and allows the case to stand up on its own
- Memory foam on interior helps protect your delicate LCD screen
- Two large side compartments store additional lenses and accessories (compartment dimensions 6" x 4" x 3.5")
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|Fabric Type||ethylene-vinyl acetate|
|Item Dimensions||5 x 9.49 x 12.01 inches|
|Item Display Weight||460 grams|
|Item Weight||0.99 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.06 pounds|
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The Caselogic SLRC-202 Medium SLR Camera Bag (Black) is Compatible with most SLRs with a zoom lens. Patent pending hammock system suspends your SLR above the bottom of case, providing superior impact protection. Water-proof EVA base withstands the elements and allows the case to stand up on its own. Memory foam on interior helps protect your delicate LCD screen. Two large side compartments store additional lenses and accessories (compartment dimensions 6' x 4' x 3.5'). Zippered compartments on front and rear of case stores memory cards, batteries and other small accessories Removable, padded shoulder strap. Internal Dimensions: 7.5' x 6.5' x 4.25' 25 Year Warranty!
From the Manufacturer
SLRC-202 Medium SLR Shoulder Bag
This tough and ready SLR Shoulder Bag is perfect when you need your camera and only a few accessories. The tapered design stores your photo essentials without excess bulk. Constructed to withstand the wear and tear of your adventures, this bag protects your camera wherever your journey takes you. This bag holds most SLR camera bodies up to 7.1 x 4.7 x 6.7" with kit lens attached, two additional lenses and accessories.
Only high-quality materials are used throughout this exceptionally crafted SLR Shoulder Bag, which is backed by a 25 year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Exterior materials include heavy-gauge (840D) nylon with eye-catching orange accents. The case interior is lined in bright yellow for easy visibility of the contents. Air mesh on the back panel provides air flow between your body and the case. Carry options include a padded handle and a removable, padded shoulder strap with swivel hardware.
The innovative hammock system (patent pending) cradles your SLR in a neoprene bed suspended above the bottom of the case, providing superior impact protection. The triangular opening on the neoprene bed accommodates a wide range of lens diameters. When not in use, this optional system detaches and lays flat against the inside of the case.
Molded EVA Base
The semi-rigid, molded EVA base creates a water-resistant foundation to this already rugged SLR holster. Formed of high-density foam, this base adds rigidity and allows the case to stand up on its own.
The dense, scratch-resistant memory foam lining the interior lid of the camera compartment cushions and protects your delicate LCD screen.
A zippered front pocket is ideal for memory cards, lens cloth or other small items. The mesh pocket inside the front pocket helps organize your accessories.
Large Zippered Side Pockets
Two large, cylindrical side compartments store additional lenses or other bulky accessories. Each compartment measures 6 x 4 x 3.5”.
Zippered Slip Pocket
A large, zippered slip pocket on the back panel is ideal for a manual, map, small notebook and other slim items.
This case provides two carrying options. The padded carry handle on top allows you to grab and go. The removable, padded shoulder strap can be adjusted to your preferred length. Swivel hardware on the shoulder strap lets the bag move with you when changing shoulders or transitioning to wearing across the body.
SLRC Camera Case Family
The SLRC line of digital SLR camera cases was designed to keep pace with your approach to photography. Rugged construction and thoughtful organization allow you to take what you need, so you’re ready to capture every shot-worthy moment.
- SLRC-200 SLR Camera Holster–compatible with most digital SLRs with an attached zoom or kit lens. Fits devices up to 6 x 5.9 x 4.3".
- SLRC-201 SLR Zoom Holster–compatible with most digital SLRs with a zoom lens. Fits devices up to 6.9 x 6.3 x 4.7".
- SLRC-202 Medium SLR Camera Bag–compatible with most digital SLRs with a zoom lens and up to two additional lenses. Fits devices up to 7.1 x 6.7 x 4.7".
- SLRC-203 Large SLR Shoulder Bag–compatible with most digital SLRs with a zoom lens and up to three additional lenses. Fits devices up to 9 x 7.1 x 5.5".
- SLRC-205 SLR Sling–compatible with most digital SLRs with an attached kit lens, an additional lens and accessories. Fits devices up to 7.9 x 7.9 x 3.7".
- SLRC-206 SLR Camera and Laptop Backpack–compatible with most digital SLRs with attached zoom lens, laptop and additional accessories. Fits cameras up to 15.4 x 10.4 x 4.7" and laptops up to 15.4 x 10.4 x 1".
Top Customer Reviews
THE PROBLEM: The foam padding in this case starts to disintegrate after a couple years. At first I didn't think anything about it as I noticed a few tiny black specs on my camera. Then there were more and more, and I was desperately trying to figure out how my camera was getting so dirty, when I am a bit OCD about keeping it pristine and protected; it lives in the case all the time.
Then I pulled out a less-used accessory while shooting one day, and it was covered in the same super-fine black dust. Upon further investigation, the foam in the case has begun slowly disintegrating, and the bottom of the pocket was full of that ultra lightweight synthetic dust. The exact type of stuff that unleashes terror on cameras - it gets everywhere, clings by static, and is very difficult to remove. It can easily migrate inside the camera while changing lenses, etc, and there's no controlling it.
In short, is is precisely one of the worst flaws a camera case can have. Rather than protecting the camera from the outside elements, this bag exposed the camera to even worse conditions inside the bag.
I've included a picture - you can see the black dust piling up in the bottom of the main compartment, and this is after I've shaken it out a couple times. I'm not sure the source of it: my guess is that it's either from the eggcrate-texture padding in the top flap, or due to degradation of the neoprene sling.
This is an absolute deal-breaker for an otherwise perfect small dSLR bag. (Luckily I caught it early, otherwise I could see this permanently damaging lenses and camera bodies with dust that would be near impossible to remove without professional help.)
The ones that are shaped like typical gadget bags (kind of boxy) are better. It's easier to get to your stuff than with a backpack, yet they can hold quite a bit depending on the size you get. I personally like Ape Case bags when I want to carry "all my stuff". The one drawback is that sometimes you want to travel as lean as you can, yet still carry the essentials. For me, that means my camera body and three lenses - an 18-55, a 55-200, and a 50 mm prime. I had an 18-200 lens, but I gave it to my wife so I have to carry these three lenses with me. Of course, I would not feel complete without my flash. To be specific, I have a Nikon SB-800. The body with either non-prime lens attached, fits well in the center compartment. On either side of the center compartment, there are somewhat tubular-shaped side compartments. The two extra lenses fit perfectly together in one of the compartments. Their rear caps touch, but they are not in any peril. The SB-800 fits perfectly in the other side compartment. The extra lenses and the flash fit perfectly, but that means "in the raw" - not inside a lens pouch or the flash case. That's just fine, because I don't want to remove the flash from the compartment and then have to remove it from another container, which I would then have to worry about losing. Same with the lenses. I like to be quick on the draw.
That leaves me with a front and rear pocket to put lens cleaning stuff (essential), extra memory, etc..
By the way, the center compartment has a sling, or "hammock" as Caselogic calls it. The lens goes through the hole in the center of the sling. The sling is designed to cradle and support the camera body, suspending it and acting like a shock absorber. The truth is that the sling will only work that way if you have a short lens attached. If you have a zoom attached, then the camera's weight will be supported by the lens resting on the bottom of the case. If you have your filters and your lens cap snug, this shouldn't be a problem. The good thing about the sling is the hole. It has ample give so that it doesn't remove your lens cap when you pull the camera out. That is not true of the Caselogic SLRC-201, which I also own. The 201 by the way, is for when you want to carry ONLY your camera with lens, and maybe a few tiny knick knacks.
The outside bottom of this case is like a solid rubber boot. It acts as a good barrier against rough terrain. It will also keep your stuff dry if you set the bag down on wet grass, etc.. It absorbs shock by distributing an impact.
The pleasant surprise is the shape of this case. It is shaped like a binocular case, which makes it less bulky than a rectangular case. It is also easier to carry at your side because it doesn't protrude as much. If you expect to be shooting on the go, say at an amusement park or while hiking, this case is much easier to tote and stow than a backpack or box-style case. You'll be mobile and quick on the draw.
The case material(s) are sturdy in places that need to be rugged, and softer where a gentle touch is required. Two places where the material is soft are under the lid of the main compartment (doesn't scratch your display screen), and on the side that touches your body when you carry it with the strap.
Searched around for a reasonably priced case with good protection and found this one. Wow, what difference. The middle compartment suspends your camera so that the lens doesn't actually touch the bottom. The bottom layer is thick and the case is padded. It feels very well made.
I also like that it has two storage compartments for two more lenses. I actually use one of the compartments for a handheld video camera.
I'm very happy with this case and I'm confident that my camera is protected, even from my husband.