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Koolertron Professional Women Canvas Camera Case / Backpack For SLR DSLR Canon Nikon Camera Shoulder Bag Canon (Green)
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- Material: Canvas
- Type : SLR camera bag
- Color: Blue .Purple.Black.Green
- External dimensions : 30CM*17CM*42CM
- Design: Camera Backpack
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Type : SLR camera bag
Color: Pink.Blue .Purple.Black.Green
External dimensions : 30CM*17CM*42CM
The External dimension: 30CM*17CM*42CM
The Liner Size: 30cm x 14cm x 20cm
Design: Camera Backpack
Canon 60D, 70D, 100D, 45OD, 500D, 550D, 600D, 650D, 700D, 7D, 6D, 5D2, 5D3 Nikon D90, D3100, D3200, D5100, D5200, D800, D600 Use For DSLR,SLR,Nikon,Canon etc.
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The bottom has 3 feet on it and it quite sturdy and I am safely assured that it will protect my equipment should I set the bag down perhaps not as gently as I should. It also comes with a small hidden pouch where a weatherproof cover for the bag is hidden and that was a feature I really wanted as I hoped to take my new camera on a few vacations and hiking trips and you can never truly predict Mother Nature so it is best to be prepared. It looks like a normal backpack to anyone who sees it. I even asked a few friends and they were surprised when I informed them it was actually a camera bag.
The small bag that fits into the bottom portion of the backpack has a very nautical feel to me with its blue and white stripes. It is very padded and the inside pieces can be detached and reattached to fit any size camera. I am new to having a camera bag and the pieces were already detached when I received it so I am not honestly sure which side is supposed to be the top of bottom. There are small flaps on one side of the inside pieces and I am confused if this is supposed to be added cushion for the bottom underneath the camera or for added cushion above it. I eventually decided to place the flap pieces on the top and having them be extra cushion between my camera and the top half of the backpack. I will try to add a photo to explain what I mean by "flap pieces". In the bottom half of the bag I was able to fit my Canon 70D, a 18-55mm lens,a 50mm lens, some cleaning supplies(such as a few of the pieces in the Altura Photo Professional Cleaning Kit w/ Carrying Case for DSLR Cameras and Sensitive Electronics (Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sony) - Includes: Cleaning Kit Carrying Cage + Lens Cleaning Pen System + High Quality Lens Brush + Air Blower Cleaner + 50 Sheets Lens Tissue Paper + Handy Empty Spray Bottle + MagicFiber Microfiber Lens Cleaning Cloth).
The top of the bag is just empty space with a clear pocket on the zipper side and a small pouch in the back against the side that rest on your back. In this area I was able to fit the rest of my cleaning kit, 4 microfiber clothes, a AmazonBasics Wireless Remote Control for Canon Digital SLR Cameras, 3 sets of filter lenses(67mm Vivitar Professional UV CPL FLD Lens Filter and Close-Up Macro Accessory Kit for Lenses with a 67mm Filter Size,67MM Altura Photo Neutral Density Professional Photography Filter Set (ND2 ND4 ND8) + Premium MagicFiber Microfiber Cleaning Cloth, and 67MM Altura Photo Graduated Color Filters for CANON Rebel T5i T4i T3i T2i T1i SL1, EOS 700D 650D 600D 550D 500D 100D DSLR Cameras with a 18-135MM or 70-200MM Zoom Lens - Includes: Red, Orange, Blue, Yellow, Green, Brown, Purple, Pink and Gray ND Filters + MagicFiber Microfiber Lens Cleaning Cloth), a set of K&F Concept 22pcs Step Up Down Adpater Ring Kit 26-30MM,30-37MM,37-43MM,43-52MM,52-55MM,55-58MM,58-62MM,62-67MM,67-72MM,72-77MM,77-82MM,30-26MM,37-30MM,43-37MM,52-43MM,55-52MM,58-55MM,62-58MM,67-62MM,72-67MM,77-72MM,82-77MM for Nikon D5200 D5100 D3200 D3100 for Canon 7d 70d 6d 60d 5d Mark III T5i T4i T3i T3 T2i T1i XT XTi XSi SL1 DSLR Cameras, and a Eco-Fused Memory Card Carrying Case / Suitable for SDHC and SD Cards / 8 Pages and 22 Slots / Microfiber Cleaning Cloth Included (Black). Now as I am sure you can imagine, it is fairly packed in the top there, but that is literally every single piece of camera equipment I own and I want to be able to store it all in one bag. If I am traveling I may take some of it out but for now I like having it all in one place. The bag is still easy to carry around and is not too heavy.
One thing I would like would be some straps on the side to attach my mini tripod, but I am aware that would make it a bit more obvious that it is a camera bag. I am thinking of adding a pouch on each side like you normally see for drinks to hold possible food or water while traveling since I do want to use this for hiking. And I also plan to sew on a small velcro strap so just in case I do need my tripod then I can stick it to the side of my bag. I am still undecided if I will make these changes. But I think we can all agree that my mini tripod is not a lot to have to carry by hand so it shouldn't be too much of a problem.
All in all I was very pleased with this bag and am happy that after all my hours of research I was able to find it and see that there was a bag in existence that would hold all of my stuff AND look cute at the same time AND wasn't crazy expensive. Apparently this bag is an endangered species as I really didn't find another that matched all of that criteria.
Sorry for the terrible photos. I am aware how ironic it is to take terrible photos when discussing camera equipment, but I was in a hurry and just quickly took some photos on my boyfriend's phone so you can see the product. I hope this review and my photos help!
I bought this Koolertron camera backpack along with another one (the one with a side camera pull out compartment.) for my partner and me. We are both photographers who love to travel so I thought it was a good idea to have camera packs that didn't look like traditional camera bags. Honestly, there are a couple of things about this bag that I don't like, but they aren't enough to bother me give it anything less than five stars because I'm in love with it. First of all the print is very vibrant. I was worried that it wouldn't look as stylish as it does in the pictures, but it's even better in person. It's made of high-quality material that is very durable and is clearly made to last. The bottom is covered in a soft faux leather-ish material so if you put the bag down it won't soak through if it's in contact with water. There are also little plastic legs so the fabric doesn't actually touch the ground as much. Though the key feature that I admire most, are the straps for carrying larger pieces of equipment like a tripod, or in my case a super heavy jacket that would otherwise add 5 pounds to my checked bag which is a no-go for me. In case you don't need to strap anything in, the straps are removable. I love that there are cup holders on either side. It lets me put little things and a bottle of water for ease of convenience, but lets me keep my hands free. There is nothing worse than having to carry a bottle of water in my hand while trying to take pictures. Believe me, there are pictures of me awkwardly trying to juggle things and failing. In addition, the shoulder straps are padded for comfort with that super nice padding that you know will never go flat. Unless the bag gets ran over by a semi-truck. Which is important since depending on what you are carrying the bag can be heavy. Also on the shoulder straps have loops to hold things as well and that weird chest belt thing (snaps the two straps to each other) that some people seem to enjoy. The back also has that super nice padding as well curved to compliment the back's natural pressure points so it's very comfortable to wear. I'm 5ft 3 in and 120 pounds often carrying about 15-30 pounds on my back walking around cities for hours at a time. I haven't had back pain. There is a little upside down pocket that holds a rain bag as well.The bag is broken up into two sections. In the top section, there is a padded laptop/tablet compartment. While it did fit my 2012 13in MacBook Pro with a hard case, it is a tight squeeze. It is the only thing that makes me dislike the bag (only a little bit) when it comes to the airport and going through TSA. It takes a little effort to remove and put in, but it won't be an issue for me anymore since I will be switched to carrying a tablet for when I'm traveling since my computer is bulky anyways. Protip for any bag: I would not recommend you walk around all day with a bulky, heavy computer.It would not give you the right flexible your body needs to move. Though if you have a tablet, it will be safe with the back padding and the padding on the inside of the top compartment. The top zipper goes all the way around so the flap can flop over.This can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on how you pack. If you pack incorrectly, unzipping it too much can lead to everything spilling out. Though I always pack little items into ziplock bags so I don't lose anything. I carry my wires, speaker, portable chargers, batteries and other things in this top section. I'm not as concerned about these things as much as I care about my camera and lens. There are also two loops that can be used to attach things or loop things through. A little pocket to hold slim items like a phone or flash memory cards. There is also a clear zipper pouch on the flap bit where the bag unzips. I love that it's clear so it's easy to see what is in there. Though it doesn't expand as much as I know most people would like. So finally the bottom is designed to provide the best protection for your camera and lens. It has its own zipper that concealed with extra fabric so its harder for someone to open the compartment.Yes, I know, I get scared that someone could unzip my bag and run off with my stuff too. So what do they do? They put a little pouch bag that has another zipper of there as well. The way that the bag is designed, there is no way for the pouch to be removed without a little effort while it's strapped to your back. Meaning, no one can steal your pouch. I also love the pouch because I can put my IDs and cash in the space between the pouch and the back. I know that no one can reach there. Once you unzip the pouch, inside there are 3 removable dividers(velcro attachments) that let you customize the space. Though when I received the bag, there was some incomplete stitching on one of the dividers that made the Velcro hang off weirdly. It was an easy sewing fix. I would be careful about how you remove the Velcro as not ruin the inside lining of the pouch.I used two dividers to create three pockets. I used the third divider (folded on side of the Velcro on itself) to attach to the middle pocket to stack two of my lenses on top of each other. So I simply lift the flap to get the other lens. For me, it fits my Canon 7D Mark body (bigger than newer ones) and a standard (18-50mm), a zoom (70-300mm), (10-18mm), spare memory cards and flash drive all in the pouch. These are generally the lens I would want to travel with so I was very happy that they all fit. I also love since I know where things are I can still quickly reach in and grab what I need. If the bag is no my back, my partner can reach in and unzip and get the piece I need. Overall this bag gets 93/100 points from me.
My husband and I did our entire trip with a carry-on and backpack each. I knew I wanted something that'd be comfortable and easy to carry the entire 10 day trip. This pack was it! It was light, the straps were plush and it never hurt my back or shoulders. I could open it easily to grab my camera and keep my essentials in the top part. I used the rain shield a few times when it was pouring rain and while it doesn't stay perfectly it kept my pack dry. There's a pocket on the back to tuck it away when not in use.
It held my NikonD50, two lenses. two batteries and a charger just fine with plenty of room to hold my wallet and oyster cards up top. The bottom pouch is plush with removable dividers so you can adjust depending on what you're carrying.
I've used it plenty of times since and found it's held up well. Great for a casual traveler or photographer. For the money this was an amazing investment.