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Case Logic SLRC-206 SLR Camera and 15.4-Inch Laptop Backpack (Black)
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- Backpack fits SLR camera body with attached lens, a DJI Mavic Pro (or drones up to 320mm x 270mm x 140mm) and a variety of accessories
- 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 of backpack lid helps protect your delicate LCD screen
- Computer compartment compatible with 16" laptops and the 17" MacBook Pro; Fits devices 10.4 x 4.7 x 15.4 inches
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Dedicated laptop storage for 16" PC or 17" MacBook and separate partment for camera and lensNeoprene Suspension Hammock keeps camera elevated for protection and quick accessWaterproof EVA base for impact and moisture protectionRemovable shelves and flexible walls create a fully customizable interiorTripod lashing straps4 accessory pockets for memory cards and other small itemsMemory foam on interior of backpack lid helps protect LCD screenIndustrial strength hook and loop straps on side of backpack hold a tripodInnovative strap management system eliminates messy hanging strapsBlackSize: 8" W x 17" H x 12 1/2" DFits devices: 4 3/4" W x 15 7/16" H x 10 7/16" D
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One complaint is that the pockets are shallow, and the bag isn't designed to 'bulge' at all. This makes it difficult to stash bulky accessories outside of the main compartment. Also, the 'hammock' has a hole that is tight for larger-diameter lenses. I'm able to fit my 77mm-diameter lens and it's hood through the hole, but it takes some effort. 58mm lenses are much easier to use with the 'hammock'. Lastly, the main compartment zippers come up a little shy, making it difficult to access the last inch or two. Just know that items near the base will be less accessible.
Here's what I got packed in mine (photo included):
1x Canon EOS 6D with 28-105mm lens (and hood) (77mm dia)
1x 70-300mm telephoto lens (58mm dia)
2x full-size flash units
58mm and 77mm filters, each in hard-shell cases
77mm macro lenses (4x) in a single soft-shell case
58mm macro/wide-angle lens in pouch
I also left space for two additional lenses.
5x Rx/Tx units
I'm no camera "expert"... I simply tote my Canon 60D to my son's basketball games every weekend along with a tripod. I can easily attach the tripod (in it's own protective bag) to the side of this bag with two sturdy velcro straps. And with the hard bottom, it stands upright without falling over. A small convenience, but one I'm highly pleased with! Once there, I simply pop off the tripod, set it up, unzip the front compartment where the camera is right there... the fold down option allows me to get right to the camera without laying the bag down and without anything else falling out. Love it! And that's it!
The very front compartment is not huge, but has several pockets where I can organize batteries, flash cards, and a couple other small odds and ends. Again, convenient access to the things I need most... right in the front.
The side compartment is also not big, it's slim with a couple pockets. I've put recharging cables, keys, paperwork, flash drives, various other things in it.
The meat of the bag can be personalized for lens, chargers, additional cameras, lots of room with thick foam dividers. And mostly a LOT of protection. Some have complained that the dividers are too bulky. NONSENSE! I wanted a bag with a LOT of protection. This is that bag! If one needs more room, get a bigger bag. I personally want all the protection I can get, and this bag has it with thick foam throughout. I feel totally comfortable swinging this bag over my shoulders and plopping it down somewhere regardless if it gets hit or knocked over which happens.
There is a "laptop" pocket on the entire back of the bag. It runs the entire length and width of the bag, so it's large enough for the larger laptops. It is also VERY well padded. I've used it and feel very good about my laptop in it.
It's comfortable to wear, though I've never been hiking with it. : ) The shoulder straps are thick and comfortable. There is additional padding on the back of the bag also which rests on your back. Makes for a very comfortable wear.
Mostly it's WELL MADE! Everything is reinforced and thoughtfully designed. The top handle is well attached... The bottom "rubberized" plastic is sturdy and allows me to set the bag on the ground even in damp/wet conditions. For example if I'm loading things in the car and it's wet outside, I can set it upright, on the ground without any fear of the bag itself getting wet. This has proven helpful more than a few times!
I can't find any fault in this bag. Highly recommended.
** UPDATE ** 8-1-17
Over 2 years of constant weekend use... almost every weekend... this bag is a TANK. Not one problem, not one rip, tear, not even a broken zipper. LOVE IT!!!
- pockets in right places; easily accessible camera pocket, laptop pocket
- balanced bottom
- kind of attractive; in comparison to other backpacks, this one doesn't look like a large lump of crap that goes on ones back
- space for a couple extra lenses, cameras or whatever
- the adjustable spaces are actually adjustable because the removable foamy dividers are properly formed
- the tripod holders are on the side, making the bottom flat and well balanced
they didn't think it through
- the top handle is on the far back end so if the laptop slot is open things get a bit complicated
- this thing weighs an absolute ton when full - and I use a compact DSLR, a very lightweight laptop
Honestly, so far this is the best pack I have had for a computer and all my relevant camera equipment. My complaint would be the price.
Have to replace this. Aside from being super heavy and quite rigid with a camera, lenses, 14" laptop and a few accessories, it's not capable of fitting on most of the planes I have been on in the last year (6 airlines, 5 countries).
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I wish I could rate this 4 1/2 stars. It's that good. But I think it could be a little better with three design changes.Read more