Crumpler 5 Million Dollar Home Shoulder Bag for Compact Digital SLR Camera, Brown - with FREE Crumpler Industry Disgrace Strap Black/Brown/Orange (a $35 Value)

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About Crumpler

The Crumpler 5 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag is a 900 denier, water-resistant, nylon shoulder bag made to carry photo gear with accessories. The bag can be customized using the 2 moveable dividers in the main section. It has a strap with buckle and a touch fastener Silencer flap that prevents the "hook and loop" closure from being used.

There are four pockets for accessories and the bag is carried by an attached, adjustable shoulder strap. It is suitable for a compact digital SLR, standard ('kit') zoom lens attached, or DV cam and accessories. E.g. EOS 300D, 20D, D70, D100 (without battery grip) & attached lens up to 6"/15cm long & external speedlight or second lens up to 8"/20cm long.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Durable (5),Good protection (5),Comfortable strap (3),Compact (3)
Best Uses:
Storage (3),Travel (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Casual photographer (3)

Crumpler Features

  • Water resistant 900D shell & 300D Ripstop lining
  • One external pocket with internal mesh pocket
  • Two internal side pockets
  • Two external accessory attachment straps
  • One mesh zip pocket under clip & Velcro release flap
  • Padded & Brushed Nylon lined main compartment
  • Plastic stiffening layer in base
  • Adjustable removable shoulder strap

Crumpler Specifications

Exterior: 900 denier, water-resistant nylon
Interior: Lined with 300 denier ripstop nylon
Interior: Fully padded main compartment
Type of Closure
Strap with buckle
Touch fastener silence
Interior: 213.58 in3 (3.5 liter)
Tripod Holder
Compact digital SLR with standard lens attached and an additional lens up to 6.0" long and speedlight or another lens up to 8.0" long plus accessories
Carrying/Transport Options
Adjustable shoulder strap
Exterior Dimensions
8.66 x 7.87 x 4.72" (22 x 20 x 12cm) (WxHxD)
Crumpler limited lifetime warranty
Mfr #

Reviews about this item

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(based on 5 reviews)


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Most Liked Positive Review


Sturdy bag with great build quality

I use it to store my Canon SX50HS, Speedlite 320ex and video recorder. It swallow them with ease and has other pockets for the chargers and cables. Works perfect for me. The bonus strap is comfortable, wide and light weight.

Reviewed by 5 customers


Sturdy bag with great build quality


from Hacienda Heights, CA  -  Casual Photographer

I use it to store my Canon SX50HS, Speedlite 320ex and video recorder. It swallow them with ease and has other pockets for the chargers and cables. Works perfect for me. The bonus strap is comfortable, wide and light weight.


Crumpler 5Mil Bag


from Clifton Park, NY  -  Casual Photographer

I bought this bag to replace an old LowePro Square bag in an attempt to cut down on bulk. This bag seems well built but it is a tight fit with an Olympus E-620 and one extra, small zoom lens and the charger, etc. But maybe after a "break-in" period it will be fine. With anything of any size in the front pouch, the velcro flaps are tough to close - but the buckles cinch it tight. I do have a small concern about the closure gap on the top sides - I don't think anything will fall out but the weather might get in.


Great bag for DSLR + extras


from Chicago, IL  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use this bag with a Nikon D5100 with 18-200mm lens attached. Additionally, the bag carries a 35mm fixed lens and SB-600 speedlight. All these items fit into the bag quite nicely. Prior to this I was using a Lowepro Toploader 70. While that is also a great bag, I could not fit all three of those main pieces of gear into the bag effectively. The Crumpler is only slightly larger, but is much better for carrying those three pieces of equipment. The Lowepro would be better if I had an even longer lens that needed to be protected.


Nice compact camera bag


from Boston, MA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I picked this camera bag a few weeks back and I love it. I was looking for a compact camera bag that could safely house my camera and my cell/wallet/keys. The bag turned out to be the perfect size for a dSLR with attached lens and a second lens or flash. This bag can fit my D80 with a lens quite comfortably along with a second lens. I've also used it with my D600 with a 50mm prime lens attached. However, there would be no room to carry a second lens, and it would not fit the D600 with a larger lens. It also has many compartments for you to put your cell phone, wallet, keys in. It has style but isn't too flashy and doesn't scream "camera bag!"


Great Bag - Study and Comfortable


from Tucson, AZ  -  Casual Photographer

Definitely worth it if you can catch this bag on sale. I use this bag to transport my camera every day. I can comfortably carry my Canon 40D with a 18-55mm kit lens, a 50mm f/1.8, and the 55-250mm EFS lens. All that fits easily, and I still can toss in my wallet or keys if I'm moving a lot. The case uses a seatbelt strap that I really like. The strap feels cool against the skin, and distributes the bag's weight evenly.


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Questions about this item:

(unknown) (  Will this bag fit my Canon 60D and 18-200mm lens?
ARTHUR H  I assume you mean with the lens attached to the camera. Separately, they fit easily. Attached, I believe so. I don't have an 18-200 but I have seen specifications that say it is 4 inches long or a maximum of 6.2 inches long (gives me the impression is 4" when stored and extends when zooming or focusing). I have a 7D and generally leave it in the bag attached to my 24-105L which is 4.2" long. It fits easily. I sometimes have my 7D attached to my 70-300mm which is 5.6" long. This is a tight fit. With a 6" lens, You would have to extend the closure straps and not put bulky items in the pouch on the inside of the flap. You would have to use the closure straps and not the velcro closures with a 6" lens attached to a camera body. Bottom line is if the lens is really only about 4 inches long, it will fit easily. If it is really 6 inches long, it is doable but not comfortable.
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