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7dayshop Photographers Backpack Rucksack - Camera Bag for DSLR Cameras Incl. Canon EOS and Nikon

4.3 out of 5 stars 165 customer reviews
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  • Superb value and top quality are assured with this VERY popular 7dayshop Photographers Rucksack / Back-Pack / Camera Bag. Ideal for carrying more comfortably your SLR and DSLR Cameras with lenses, accessories and flashguns etc.
  • This bag features multi-function removable padded dividers for a versatile layout. All round padding for excellent protection and adjustable shoulder straps for maxiximum user comfort.
  • Dimensions: 250 x 350 x 100 mm (width x height x depth). Not and overly large bag yet still enough space for holding all your equipment and more besides. Great for outdoor photographers and cyclists incl. nature, trekking, walking, moto-sport etc. etc.
  • A popular choice for demanding, enthusiast and professional photographers uses.

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 25 x 35 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 699 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: 7DAYSLRBACKPACK
  • ASIN: B0047SLK0U
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 19 Jan. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (165 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Whether you're a professional, enthusiast or casual photographer, you will need a sturdy SLR camera case to protect your valuable equipment. SLR cameras are pretty expensive. So it makes good sense to protect it with a good camera case.
The need for a good SLR camera case becomes more important if you have a digital camera. You probably know already that a digital SLR is very sensitive, accidental bumps can scratch or damage your camera permanently.
Most important of all, digital models of SLR cameras have many exposed components. The lens, memory slot, and battery pack are vulnerable to the elements. If you want to extend the lifetime of your expensive equipment, buying a durable SLR camera case with adequate protective features is a must.
This bag features a multi-section divider system which is also adjustable as all the partitions are secured by Velcro so you can easily adjust it all to fit your needs. The bag has additional zip pockets on the inside and the outside. It is also padded at the back and on the straps for additional comfort.

Dimensions: 250 x 350 x 100 mm (width x height x depth)


Customer Reviews

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I purchased this bag in September, used it once on a package holiday wher it never left the hotel and the bag stitching came apart. These things happen but concerned I returned it for a refund. Now the fun started!! They returned it to me i month later unopened. After returning it again, I got a replacement which was also sent back as I clearly asked for a refund. That was in November 2012. I am still waiting for them to send back my money. The problem with contacting them is addresses are all PO boxes and there is no phone number. They advertise 100% customer satisfaction, yeah, Right!!7dayshop Photographers Backpack / Rucksack - Camera Bag for Digital SLR Cameras - Black
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i bought this bag to take on a video shoot with a bike company for a couple of days, it was excellent! i could fit my camera stabiliser, 3 lenses, camera body, helmet camera flash etc and even my lunch in it! the flap made easy access very quick, it was cheap and the padding was really thick so i did not have to worry about anything breaking. only one problem, the strap broke during the trip but i could just tie it to one of the side hook as a temporary repair and when i got back from the trip i told 7dayshop and they sent a replacement within 5 days with no extra cost and i have had no problem with that what so ever! really pleased and i recommend this to anyone, great buy thank you :)
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Just what you need to do the job. Other bags that charge ridiculously high prices aren't worth it! Get this instead!!!
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Obviously for the price this bag is good. It's a nice quality and seems to enough essential gear to be taken onto a shoot. My only gripe is that I wish it was slightly deeper (by 1/2cm) as you can't leave a battery grip on your body unless you lay it flat (which I've had to do). I can't deal with unscrewing my grip everytime I place my camera in my bag. On a plus I can manage to squeeze my 13" Macbook Pro on top of my camera gear and zip the bag up although I'm not sure I'd trust the zips. All in all a good bag but with a few minor upgrades it could be a great bag!
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Bought this for a Christmas present for my son who is a keen photographer. The idea of the bag is very good my son was happy that he could fit a lot of his gear inside. The only let down was the double zip for the main compartment. Within the first few minutes of use one of the double zips on the main compartment broke apart. The bag is still usable with the one zip but overall zip quality is very poor. Considering that the bag will be containing some expensive kit I think this is a major let down. Will not be buying this particular product again.
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I got one of these for a friend who wanted a very affordable camera back pack keeping the cost down to a minimum.
For the asking price it falls firmly into the "not bad" category, but I could immediately see a few potential problems not so much on the quality (this is fine for the price reasonable) but the depth of the bag is a little over 10cm which is quite "thin" for a camera back pack

Inside you get a variety of spacers with Velcro attachments, more than enough to do the job. Outside the bag has a front zipped pocket, a mesh elasticated section at the bottom part and some plastic hooks on the sides. So far no problems, opening up the case there is an inner pocket, a carry handle at the top, and the expected shoulder straps on each side.

For a budget backpack it's not half bad materials wise (you won't mistake it for a Tamrac or Lowepro but it costs a lot less) padding is just about acceptable for a lightweight pack though a bit thin in some places. The problem is once you start to put items in, there just isn't much depth to the bag. If you have an entry level DSLR body or a ILC camera no problem the entry Canon and Nikon bodies fit fine, but if you have a larger camera like a D7100 or 60/70d or any other similar DSLR they're taller than the depth of the back pack, whilst there is a bit of play here in the top cover and space (a few cm) it can be a tight fit for some models. The other problem is that telephoto lenses will need to be laid "down flat" a short prime or kit lens will fit in fine but again remember the depth you have to work with. Laying lenses flat takes up more space and you have less room to work with.
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such a great bag fits everything in it that i need and is so comfy to walk with , i am so happy with it .had a bit if a problem with it and they sent another out in the post what great service thanks would recommend them to eveyone i know with a camera 11 out of 10 for service and after care
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Whilst the dimensions are listed, it doesn't prepare you for just how small this bag ultimately is. The picture showing several lenses in the bag gives the impressions of a larger, more versatile bag and when it arrived in the post I couldn't help but feel somewhat disappointed.When you first hold it you can instantly feel that it's made from cheap materials and I will be amazed if this lasts all but a few months without something ripping, tearing or breaking.

I struggled for well over an hour trying to find a way to fit my camera, my Gorrillapod and a telephoto lens inside. I would normally take three lenses the standard kit lens, and 70-300 and a 10-20mm. I couldn't find any way to get them all to fit and it zip up.
If there was a way to attach a tripod/Gorrillapod to the outside of the bag it would have been a great idea, unfortunately they didn't include any kind of strapping to facilitate that, so Gorillapod has to go inside..

The inside zip pocket feels very flimsy and I doubt it will withstand in the long term, the simple items I would like to place in it: Shutter lock cable, IR remote, lens cloth, couple of filters, small notepad and pencil. It doesn't seem like it's suitable for those kind of things, but there isn't anywhere else in the bag to put them safely.

The Outer zip pocket I've placed a rain cover and it fits quite well there and seems a suitable pocket for such things.

Fully laden it's not heavy, the handle and straps feel decent enough and it does certainly seem to have enough padding for everything
It unfortunately highlights to me the value of physicality. Had I seen this in a shop I doubt I would have even picked it up to look at, if I had I would have put it back and carried on looking.
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