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Manfrotto MB SS390-5BB AGILE V Sling Bag -Black

3.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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  • Allows DSLR to be stored with lens attached
  • Secure your tripod to the front of the bag with provided straps
  • Upper compartment for personal accessories

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Product Description

The Agile V Sling is the perfect bag for on-the-go shooters. Designed to always get you to the perfect shot with all your gear, it fits a DSLR with up to 24-120 mm lens attached plus 2-3 extra lenses. This bag will provide quick draw whenever called for by simply swinging from back to front. Slings are great shoot-as-you-go solutions. Carry your gear on your back and simply swing the bag up front for quick access when the perfect shot presents itself. Internal dimensions: L 11", W 5.3", H 9.45". External dimensions: L 12.2", W 7.87", H 16.14". Weight 2.29 lbs.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12.2 x 8.3 x 16.5 inches
Item Weight 2.3 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.5 pounds
ASIN B004TA71WC
Item model number MB SS390-5BB
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3.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,262 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Bags & Cases > Camera Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com March 1, 2011

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By Z on December 2, 2011
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I too purchased this bag because of the deal that was going on for the black friday sale. My old bag was meant for an old Konica FT-1 camera that I have kicking around and now I need a bigger bag for a Nikon D90. I was looking for a sling bag that fit a Tripod, SB-700, D90, an 18-105 lens and an 80-200 lens while still having plenty of room for other things if need be. Without a doubt this bag is able to easily hold all my equipment and I could probably manage to squeeze in another 2-3 lenses.

This bag is designed with space, and comfort in mind. I've walked around with it for a few hours in total thus far and barely noticed I had it on despite all the weight.

The Bad, like the previous reviewer stated the access is a little bit on the small side for the main camera compartment but it isn't something that isn't terrible.
There is a large buckle where half is metal and half is plastic. Why not make it all metal if you were going for that, and what is the point of it? The same compartment has two zippers on top and velcro underneath the buckle. It seems like triple redundancy here. I guess the bag won't open from the top by accident unless you forget to zip, velcro, and buckle it up.
While it has a TON of storage space for gear, it does not have much pocket space for knick knack stuff (i.e. lens cleaning stuff, battery charger, lots of batteries, cables, manuals, lens caps) There is one very small pocket on the top labeled "Pocket" and a small non expanding pocket on the side that barely fits what I need in it.

All in all, this is a great sling that has lots of space if you have one big lens like the 80-200 and want to fit a bunch of smaller lenses and other stuff. I do like this bag and I will not be returning it.
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Bought this bag at a discount on Black Friday and I received it 2 days later. Amazing Amazon.

Firstly the pros. It is a well made bag with quality material. I have the Lowepro SlingShot 100 AW so I like the sling bag design. The Lowepro strap goes over the left shoulder while the Manfrotto strap goes over the right shoulder.

Now the cons. I hate the design of this bag. It is very hard to reach the inside compartments. There are only 2 small openings to the inside of the bag: one side opening, where you put your camera, and the other at the top. If you put your extra batteries and lens at the bottom of the bag and behind the camera body compartment, it is a pain to retrieve them; you'll have to unbuckle the top, unzip the top zippers, empty the top compartment, remove the top velcro compartment padding and then reach inside to fish for whatever you're looking for. Stupid design. I chose this bag because it can carry a tripod, but that too is badly designed. It basically come with 2 loose straps so that you can attach the tripod. This is insecure and it's easy to lose the straps.

If I had bought this bag from a retail store, I would have returned it. I'm going to stick to Lowepro bags - better design with more attention to details.

Update: It is much easier to access the inside of the bag from the side opening. However, I do not like peeling those sticky velcro padding to access the inside of the bag. I prefer sling bags with zipper openings to get to the inside compartments from outside, such as the sling bags by Vanguard and Lowepro. I am changing my rating from 3 to 4 stars.
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This is my second camera bag. My other bag which is the Kata DR-467i is great because it holds a laptop and virtually everything I own related to my camera. I wanted something else though for the days when I don't want to lug everything I own with me in a large backpack. The Manfrotto sling does the job. It's small and compact which is great because it doesn't over-dominate me as a short, small-framed female.

The aesthetics are great. It does have that tech-y look to it but it doesn't quite scream that it's a camera bag like the ubiquitous Lowepro slings. I don't feel as nervous walking around with this bag as I think I would if I had a sling or backpack with an obvious logo or camera bag design.

Design wise, it is built to be an easy access bag so I have accepted that I should use it for that purpose. While it quite possible to fit a number of lenses in this bag, you will be juggling around because. The padding will probably be arranged so that not everything will be at your fingertips. Some of the items may be packed away behind a velcro divider (or two). The set up may require a bit of juggling so it's something to think about if you're the type to travel with your entire arsenal.

However, it's a great bag for walking around with a light tripod, camera with a lens or two and lunch in the top pocket. I can easily manage sneaking a couple shots here and there or a lens change and back into the bag, the camera goes.
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By Nina on January 27, 2014
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The bag is a decent size and holds its shape very well even without the gear inside. However I very much dislike the huge metal buckle on the side. It's unnecessary because there are zippers to close the top flap, so the bulkiness of the buckle just keeps flopping in the way of reaching for anything inside.
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