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5.0

Case Logic Large SLR Camera Case

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from Visalia, CA  -  Casual Photographer

Very nice camera case. Well designed and easy to use. Allows the camera to float inside the bag.

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5.0

Almost Perfect Camera Bag

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from Bridgeton, NJ  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Pros : Compact, Supports Camera Well, Lightweight, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy Lens Compartment, Well Padded, Supports Lens Well Cons : Could Use Snap Buckle, Needs Better Hardware, Low Quality Strap Best Uses : Protecting SLRs, Storing SLRs, Transporting SLRs Describe Yourself : Semi-pro Photographer I can fit my Olympus E500 with attached 18-180 zoom including lens hood, misc. filters, batteries, memory cards, manual, battery charger and other small items in main compartment. Also, I fit a 70-300 Zuiko lens in one compartment and a 9-18 Zuiko in the other compartment - both with lens hoods attached and there is still ample room in one of the lens compartments for additional small gear. The front compartment is large enough for additional cables, and other misc. stuff. The hard molded bottom is a great feature. The profile of this bag is such that it is not bulky. But access to the main compartment is through a zippered opening - easy to open, but a snap buckle would allow the zipper to be open while being secured by the quick snap buckle. (I plan to install a snap buckle myself) Also, the connection for the carrying strap does not inspire confidence. Should have been supplied with steel D-rings rather than cloth loops. (I plan to add steel D-rings myself) The supplied carrying strap is a disappointment, but since I use a strap I prefer, this is not a deal-breaker. I have probably bought 9 or so other bags and none was as well-suited for my use as this one. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT. Wish I had found this bag sooner. Would have saved me a ton of $.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
David P  I like how the camera is suspended in the "holster", which limits impact to the lens. I also like the hard plastic bottom, which prevents the bag from tipping over.
Shopper  I have the Nikon D300 Camera with the Nikkor 70-200mm lens. Do you think this Camera Bag will fix my Camera with the lens?
David P  My Panasonic GH2 with its 14-140 lens is likely somewhat smaller than your D300 w/20-200 lens. There is about 9.5" of interior vertical space for the camera (back of camera to front of lens). I like how the camera is suspended in this case, which is why I bought it. However, if you have a lot of accessories and extra large lenses, it may be a bit small. The build quality is very good, and the hard plastic bottom keeps the bag from tipping over. Overall, its a great bag, but I do wish it was slightly larger.
Erlind D  hi there, I have a 5d mark iii with grip and 24-105 lens. Is this the right bag? Regards
FREDERICK S  I have a D7000 Nikon with 3 lenses. It is a nice case. Currently I have a 10-24mm lens on the camera and it fits fine. I don't know how large your grip is, but it will probably squeeze in. The side pouches hold the extra lenses and a mini flash fits next to the camera. What is great is the adjustable sling that supports the camera.
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