The compact bag with room for your Pro Equipment
This ergonomically designed, multi purpose, photo/video bag can be worn as a sling bag or backpack. The main compartment measures 10" x 10" x 4" including the internal mesh pocket on the cover flap
• The foam padded camera cradle allows cameras such as the Nikon F-100 or Canon EOS 10-D with a 28-300mm lens attached to nestle perfectly! There's plenty of room left for several more lenses, a flash and other necessities
• Slinger's exterior is water-resistant. The interior has moveable partitions and 2 mesh pockets. Three outer pockets and outer mesh pockets make great "Catch-Alls". The neoprene backing of the outer air mesh pockets add extra dryness protection when carrying a wet umbrella or water bottle. There is also aspecial zippered security pocket on the bags back - perfect for plane tickets, a passport, press pass or other valuables. Main features include: Quick snap secure buckles, Extra wide, padded shoulder strap, Wide 2" waist strap, Four "D" rings for clip-on accessories, Zipper pulls, Molded carrying handle
Available in 6 colors
Black, Green, Gray, Maroon, Navy and Camouflage.
The Slinger Slinger Bag is commonly used for Daily transport, Protecting gear, Storage, Storing gear, Transporting gear, Travel, Wet / rain and more.The Slinger Slinger Bag is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Beginner, Casual photographer, Casual user, Enthusiast, Photo enthusiast, Photography student, Professional, Pro photographer, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Slinger Slinger Bag is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Slinger Slinger Bag: Adjustable harness, Comfortable, Comfortable strap, Compact, Durable, Easily accessible equipment, Good protection, Lightweight, Lots of pockets and features, Roomy, Strong construction, Stylish, Very protective, Weather proof and Well padded
Most Liked Positive Review
Excellent, versatile bag
This bag is one of the better designed, to carry either: 1)one SLR/DSLR (one lens attached, two others) or 2) A P&S together eith a small camcorder, plus a flash, manual, two water bottles and other small accessories in a relatively small bag that can be carried in several ways. Granted, it does not look like a pro bag, but if you want 'Pro', Billingham is an option with mucho dinero. This one is moderately priced, well designed with a number of compartments to carry various items, slings ea...View full Review
This bag is one of the better designed, to carry either: 1)one SLR/DSLR (one lens attached, two others) or 2) A P&S together eith a small camcorder, plus a flash, manual, two water bottles and other small accessories in a relatively small bag that can be carried in several ways. Granted, it does not look like a pro bag, but if you want 'Pro', Billingham is an option with mucho dinero. This one is moderately priced, well designed with a number of compartments to carry various items, slings easily, contents are readily accessible. After buying bigger and bigger bags to carry all of my lenses and cameras, I realised that on any particular outing, I never needed more than one camera, two or three lenses and a flash, and this bag is perfect for that. I can also fit in, on family trips, my pseudo-DSLR and the camcorder, which is even better. Having had a Slinger for almost two years, I really do appreciate its size, weight and flexibility.
Most Liked Negative Review
Nice design, poor construction
For hiking and accessing my gear the design is excellent. The fit is perfect and comfortable. Unfortunately I only got a few hours of moderate use before the stitching that connects straps to the bag gave out in numerous spots.
Reviewed by 355 customers
Storage for my Sony a6000 with three lenses and 2 external flash units. Comfortable shoulder strap.
Included with D750 package, the bag is too small for D750 with 24-120 kit lens. OK for DX gear.
I keep buying other bags looking for something better, but always come back to this one. For me it is a near perfect combination of portability and roominess. I can get two mirrorless cameras with lenses attached, a 55-200mm tele lens, plus another small lens in this thing; along with assorted filters, extra batteries, memory cards, charger, and small flash. All in a bag that has a rather small external footprint.
Can adjust the insides and love extra compartments.
Bought this bag in a kit for my wife. It has a lot of separate compartments, which is nice if you want to carry extra cards, batteries, etc.
Very easily holds D5100 with 18-55 attached and 70-300 to the side. Room on other side for air duster, lens hood, other sundries. Extra pockets have lots of room for filters, wipes, flashlight, small caliber pistol, hoagie sandwich, pup tent, etc. Plenty of storage room in a relatively small package. Only con is it would be nice if the over the shoulder strap was detachable. I wike it!
Wish strap was removable
larger than it looks. good for professionals using several pieces of equipment, but not very portable or comfortable for a hobbyist or vacationer on the go.
This is a medium size canvas bag with suitable for wearing around your waist or slinging over your shoulder like a backpack. The cover flap snaps closed on three sides keeping the bag contents secure. Interior dividers are adjustable with velcro pads to accomodate the camera plus an extra lens and external flash. Zipper pockets on the outside hold other items as needed.
Awesome little bag for the days you don't need to carry everything including the kitchen sink...
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