Case Logic DSS103 Luminosity Sling for CSC/DSLR
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- Main compartment protects a Compact System Camera or compact DSLR, 1-2 lenses or flash and accessories with adjustable divider walls to create a customized fit
- Sling design offers quick and secure access to camera gear and functions as a work out of station
- Dedicated compartment is sized to fit an iPad
- Dedicated internal memory card slip pocket
- Zippered top compartment stores personal items such as a phone, snack or sunglasses
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Sporty enough for the trails and streamlined for the city, this functional compact camera sling is a must-have for on-the-go photographers. Adjustable divider walls and blue interior make it a breeze to customize and organize your compact system camera or compact DSLR along with 1-2 lenses or flash and accessories. Sling design allows you to quickly access all contents of the bag without taking it off and you'll never want to with the comfort of a thickly padded mesh backpanel and shoulder strap that offer ergonomic support in each wearable position
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The Case Logic sling backpack style case seemed to offer a solution to the perennial problem of trying to decide which kit or even whether to take a camera with you. It can hold my DSLR with a 70-200mm lens, a shorter range zoom, a couple of small primes and a macro, along with filters, flash and other bits and bobs. It has just enough extra compartments for phones, glasses, a tablet or small laptop although you might struggle with a water bottle. Straps on the side can be used to attach a tripod as well.
In action I was a little worried that the slightly differing attachments for carrying straps would make it uncomfortable in backpack mode, but with a little adjustment it proved to be extremely comfortable. In sling mode it was easy to get to the camera quickly and in some ways easier than a holster pack. The length of the strap attachment was a little long in sling mode which prevented the bag being quite as snug into my middle as a might of liked. What really impressed was having the grab handles in exactly the right places and the air mesh padding for comfort and to reduce sweating. Overall I am impressed with the attention to design detail and choices of material are generally high which probably explains the good warranty.Read more ›
The greatest feature of this bag is its versatility. Fully loaded with a tripod on the side, the bag sits a little heavy on one shoulder, but you can pull out the extra strap and turn it into a full backpack. The main compartment can be opened from the top or the side, you can set it up with one strap or two, with variations of each. The bag even has its own rain-cover built into the bottom of the bag, along with a pocket for a 13-inch thin laptop or tablet.
Within these various compartments, there's elasticated pouches, and microfibre linings, and adjustable dividers aplenty. The side of the bag even has straps for a tripod. It's hard to argue with the options available. With the standard one-strap slingpack mode, it's really easy and quick to swing the bag around and whip the camera out, or a laptop/tablet. All the compartment zips line up on that side to ensure they're easy to access.
The build-quality seems really high, with durable outer fabrics and strong smooth zips, as well as a padded back, and flexible straps and handles.
The bag is a little large for a smaller set of equipment, such as compact system camera. With so little in the bag, it seems a little harder to secure the camera - but the bag is flexible and padded enough to accommodate this with some customisation.Read more ›
The case is well made with all zips working smoothly and well. There are lots of well-padded pockets of different sizes, so that all kinds of things can be stuffed in, while being kept separate and safe. It happily accommodates my camera, binoculars, Kindle, shades, reading glasses (but don't tell anyone I need those), iPod, headphones, purse, emergency chocolate supplies, ordinary chocolate supplies etc etc. And there are still plenty of pockets and spaces for other stuff.
There are various handles and strap configurations so that you can choose your preferred way to carry it, and of course the straps are adjustable for length. I find it quite comfortable to wear as a backpack. Empty, it's very light so doesn't add much to the weight of the equipment you want to carry. It has a Velcro pocket at the bottom containing a waterproof cover, should you wish to cart your valuable equipment about in the rain. (Personally I'm more likely to make for the nearest coffee shop, but I accept that might not work if you're hiking the Himalayas.) Oh, and it looks good too. Recommended to the casual user and more serious photographer alike.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this bag, not too big and not too small, and fits my 5D mark III with tamron 24-70mm f2.8 lens perfectly with room to spare. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very roomy bag for a DSLR and extras. I can fit my D750, at least two lenses and flash into this. I was using it to take my DSLR in to work (you never know when you need a... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Mr. Pete England
This is a superb bag - the quality of the materials and construction are excellent. The various sections are flexible (padded dividers stuck on with Velcro - solid and secure but... Read morePublished on 19 Jun. 2014 by n7misc
This is by no means a small camera bag, but it's horrendously spacious with more than enough space for my DSLR (Nikon) and lenses plus chargers, cards and space for a compact and... Read morePublished on 17 Jun. 2014 by The Soft Machine Operator
Like many people nowadays, I'm an enthusiastic amateur photographer. I have a mid-range DSLR (just the one lens at the moment) with a few accessories. Read morePublished on 13 Jun. 2014 by Atticman
This is a great bag, packed with compartments and pockets and very well padded. There's plenty of room for everything and you could accommodate a long lens pretty well if you... Read morePublished on 26 May 2014 by Otto99
With cameras costing a lot of money, it's only natural that the serious photographer will want a decent case with which to protect their equipment from being subjected to deadly... Read morePublished on 26 May 2014 by Wayne Redhart (@wayneredhart on Twitter!)
As technology progresses, it seems things are getting smaller: phones, T.V's, camera's, however there are still some of us out there who still own ( and prefer) a decent camera kit... Read morePublished on 25 May 2014 by Gary Hilton
I have been using this camera bag with Nikon DSLR D50 Camera and my camera equipment. The build quality is excellent. Read morePublished on 18 May 2014 by Amazon Customer