The amazon basics sling backpack for slr cameras is designed to allow you to go from carry mode to ready mode in seconds by enabling smooth rotation of the backpack from back to front for fast and easy access to camera gear. The slr sling backpack has extra space for personal items, faster access, improved organization, and the ability to add a tripod. A zippered pocket at the top of the backpack is the perfect spot to grab a uv filter cell phone or keys. zippers throughout the construction make opening and closing fast and smooth. The main camera compartment features a flexible
divider system that lets one quickly and comfortably access a dslr the amazon basics sling backpack includes a tripod storage system with hidden foldout holder and quick release buckle with strap to secure a compact tripod or monopod to the side. Additional features include an ergonomic sling strap and padded waistbelt, padded main compartment with adjustable dividers and 2 built-in memory card pockets
Sling backpack holds and protects 1 smaller slr camera body; 1 2 lenses, and additional small accessories
Durable black polyester nylon exterior; ample interior storage
Distributed by amazon.com backed by one year amazon basics warranty ships in certified frustration free packaging
he amazon basics sling backpack for dslr cameras is a no frills solution for taking a reasonable amount of photo gear with you when you don’t want or need to lug your larger case with you. It’s a great solution when you are hiking, skiing or just want a more compact way to take your essential camera gear with you.I really like the bag once you have it open. I think it’s very useful to fit plenty of camera gear. My only complaint is the clips that hold the main opening were very poorly sewn into place. I forgot to unclip it once and it took almost no force to pull it out of its stitching. I’m just hoping the rest of the bag stands up to extended use
better that those clips.The amazon basics sling backpack for dslr cameras is a no frills solution for taking a reasonable amount of photo gear with you when you don’t want or need to lug your larger case with you. It’s a great solution when you are hiking, skiing or just want a more compact way to take your essential camera gear with you.
The backpack is entirely black, no color accents or embellishment whatsoever. The backpack has a functional shoulder sling that allows you to pivot the pack to the front of your body for easy access to your camera gear when you need it. It’s a fairly comfortable, sling backpack with adequate shoulder strap padding and an additional lower waist strap. There is a smaller zippered upper compartment with enough room for a good sized flash and room to spare for batteries, lens cleaning
tools or maybe a pb&j for an extended hike. The main zippered compartment can be configured to your needs using a series of velcro pads of various sizes. There is also a velcro strap that can be used in whatever way you can figure out how to use it. Depending on the lenses you wish to carry and whether you want to carry the camera body with no lens attached, you can move the pads around to accommodate your needs.
I was easily able to fit my nikon d300 with attached 80-200 f2.8 lens and flash in the main compartment, with a second 17-55 f2.8 lens in the smaller top compartment along with some other odds and ends.
Amazon Basics Sling Backpack
The bottom of the pack has two rubber feet which protect the bottom nylon panel from wear and tear. However the case is really designed as a backpack and will not reliably stand on its own when fully loaded. It’s not intended to be a supportive pack that can sit upright on a floor.
Overall the pack seems reasonably well made and does provide a great way to carry a camera body, couple lenses, flash and assorted odds and ends with ease. I love it for when I’m hiking and don’t want to carry a conventional camera bag with me. It’s easy to swing the pack around to gain access to your camera when you need it. I do like I can carry a compact tripod or monopod on the outside of the backpack and the hidden pouch that tucks away to hold the tripod monopod leg is a nice feature. The zippers seem beefy enough to withstand some good use and the quick release buckles on the straps function well.