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38 reviews | 4.7 out of 5
I was a little worried about buying a "cheaper" SLR case, but I've been happy with the Case Logic brand in the past so I gave it a shot. Once again, it did not disappoint. I have a Canon Rebel T1i (with 18-55 lens) and it fits great with room to spare. I also have the 55-250 telephoto zoom lens (which is quite a bit longer) and it will fit just fine as well. I would highly recommend this case b/c of the "hammock" system that keeps the camera suspended so there isn't pressure on your lens.
Very well made. Fits small DSLR camera with lens up to 70-300mm. Three pockets for extra memory card and battery, filters etc. Very comfortable and handy.
Protects the camera all around. Fits the Cannon Rebel T2I with either the 18-55mm or 55-250mm lense attached. Best camera bag I found online.
My D5100 with Nikkor 18-300 zoom fits perfectly! There is some additional room for small thisngs like another SD card, extra battery, even battery charger could fit into the side compartment.
Very nice case, good size, well made, resistable, the only con: not much extra room for accesories outside pockets are to small
I would have given it 5 stars, if only it had an optional belt-carry loop. Otherwise it is a great bag for my Nikon D5100 with a 18-200mm Sigma lens. I don't know how long or well the suspension system will last, but at the moment it functions well. However, even if the suspension system fails, the camera bag is made well enough to protect my valuable camera.
Not too many pockets, but if I needed to carry extra lenses, flash etc, I would use a bigger backpack or something along those lines.
Pros: Cheap. Good sewing job. Love the idea of hammock system
1. The hammock is too high. My camera spilled out of the bag once. There is too much room below the hammock. The vertical dimension should be a bit shorter so that it doesn't fall over all the time. What good is the waterproof bottom if it does not stay upright!
2. Zippers not easy to zip with one hand. You have to go around three sides. I used to have one that had a handle that unzipped two (long) sides at once (while the one short side had a velcro closure).
3. three pockets for WHAT? I haven' figured out the use for them. I would store sd card or some flat things, but who needs extra sd card or batteries these days! My battery lasts for 2 month or 500 pictures (no flash)! It seems like a wasted effort. One pocket is good enough for me.
compact, lightweight and user friendly
Fits my 60D with 18-135mm kit lens (with Canon lens hood reversed) without a problem. I was worried the hammock suspension system wouldn't work well when pulling the camera out of the holster because of my reversed lens hood, but it comes out pretty easily. I can even fit my 55-250mm zoom lens with hood attached, no issues so far. The bottom of the holster has nice padding for good protection as well as a flat base when placing it down on a surface.
It's my first DSLR so therefore my first DSLR case. I love it. Waterproof bottom was helpful for poolside and water park storage. I love how it stands on its own fairly easily without tipping. the pockets are perfect for sd cards and extra battery storage. The hammock system for holding the camera whilst in storage is excellent and a wonderful idea. If Lowepro manufactured this bag they would sell it for 80 bucks. It's a great bag and a killer value.
Great for the smaller SLR cameras that use up to a 300mm zoom lens. It has several small zippered pockets, that I found to be a little to small for most accessories outside of digital memory cards. Just a great bag for simple carrying and protection of your camera.
Very well designed portable camera bag for your SLR camera and zoom lens. I like the camera suspension system, three storage compartments, and padded shoulder strap. Lots of padding to protect your camera as well as a waterproof base.
I purchased this for my Canon Rebel dslr t3 camera and it worked perfectly. I did not use or change the lens on the original camera so I am not sure if you modify lenses how well the camera will still fit. Otherwise, this camera bag was wll worthwhile and lightweight as well.
Great camera case for my Nikon D7000 with a Tamron 18-270 Lens. Good padding but does not have a lot of other space - exactly what I wanted.
Product perfectly fits and protects my Canon EOS 70D with 18-135mm zoom and is of excellent quality. Walmart delivery was fast.
Very nice case especially for the money. Many storage pockets for batteries,filters,chips etc.etc. This was better than expected for the money.
This case has plenty of room for the camera. and any extra lens,cleaning clothes,lightweight.. easy to carry..
Fits my D600 Nikon camera with 24-70mm 2.8 lens. Fit with bayonette upside down.
Very sturdy. I really like the large opening with the zipper. Good handle and strap. Stands up on its own as shown in picture due to rubber end.
Cons: doesn't have waist strap or attachment for belt strap.
I was very happy with this purchase, the price was great and it appears to be very durable. I have already used it once.
I was looking for a smaller camera bag that was easier to tote when all I need is my camera, zoom lens, memory card, batteries and filters. The shoulder strap is very supportive for the weight and I'm especially impressed with the suspension system that keeps the zoom lens in place. It is definitely worth what I paid for!