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About Slinger Slinger Ba

The Slinger SL150 bag is the perfect small bag for trips when a longer zoom lens is accompanying you. With room in the main compartment for an SLR and telephoto or long zoom lens, as well as a zippered inner pouch for cards and batteries and an outer pouch large enough for another lens, flash, or even audio recording equipment, the SL150 has four strap attachment points for any carry configuration you could want. This padded bag will protect your SLR without inconveniencing you, and its double zipper features an inward facing opening, as an added protection from theft and to prevent your camera from falling out. It also features an extra wide belt loop so you can attach it to hiking and backpack systems in addition to standard trouser support systems.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(4)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Compact (3),Durable (3),Good protection (3)
Best Uses:
Travel (3)

Slinger Slinger Ba Features

  • Front LARGE zipper pocket with 2 small inner slide in pockets
  • Top lid zip pocket for memory and powerlash
  • Adjustable strap
  • Belt loop
  • Weather seal zippers
  • Four strap attachment points

Slinger Slinger Ba Specifications

Exterior Dimensions
L 8 W 7 h 11.25
Interior Dimensions
L 7 W 5 h 10
Color
Black
Warranty
1 Year
Material
Advanced Vinyl/Poly Composite
Application
SLR with large lens on it and small accessories like batteries cards filters + another lens or flash

Slinger Slinger Ba Reviews

Reviewed by 4 customers

 
4.0

Bag came as part of the purchase.

By

from Rolla MO  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This came with the Nikon D7100 with battery pack and lens. I initially put the bag up thinking I would not have a use for it as I have bags setting around unused. I later got it no to look at it closer and thought the body with battery pack may fit. It is a tight fit but I will be keeping the D7100 and lens in it for quick access.

 
4.0

An actual user designed this bag.

By

from Missoula, Montana  -  Pro Photographer

I've spent just about 50 years hiking the Rockies, too many of them wishing I had the perfect means for carrying heavy Nikons. There are other holster-type bags, and I've owned several--but this is the first that gave me multiple points to hitch it to my pack's shoulder straps, the absolute best way to carry cameras at-ready. And when you're not sure if the noise up the trail is a squirrel or a grizzly bear, at-ready is a good thing!

 
3.0

Solid enough

By

from Northern Florida  -  Photo Enthusiast

Seems solid enough. Ok as a "free" inclusion to a larger camera purchase. I am not sure I will use it as much as I should because I am willing to travel without much protection for my camera because I really like to travel light.

 
1.0

Too Small

By

from Livonia, MI  -  Pro Photographer

This Bag is too small to hold a full sized cameara and lens. It also has loops to carry film canisters.They must of had too many to throw away. So they give it to you when you order a camera.

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