The Caselogic SLRC-202 Medium SLR Camera Bag (Black) is Compatible with most SLRs with a zoom lens. Patent pending hammock system suspends your SLR above the bottom of case, providing
superior impact protection. Water proof EVA base withstands the elements and allows the case to stand up on its own. Memory foam on interior helps protect your delicate LCD screen. Two large side
compartments store additional lenses and accessories compartment dimensions 6′ x 4′ x 3.5′. Zippered compartments on front and rear of case stores memory cards, batteries and other small accessories Removable, padded shoulder strap. Internal Dimensions: 7.5′ x 6.5′ x 4.25′ 25 Year Warranty
- Compatible with most SLRs with a zoom lens
- Patent pending hammock system suspends your SLR above the bottom of case, providing superior impact protection
- Water-proof EVA base withstands the elements and allows the case to stand up on its own
- Memory foam on interior helps protect your delicate LCD screen
- Two large side compartments store additional lenses and accessories compartment dimensions 6 x 4 x 3.5
- Cases tended, thus, to be either too stiff, too heavily padded and bulky or simply too difficult to quickly get the camera out for that once in a
- lifetime shot every photographer has seen and missed. Consequently, many shutterbugs both amateur and professional have taken to carrying their cameras uncased, held around their neck by the old reliable strap.
Thanks to the good technical imagination, innovation and skill of the folks at Case Logic, there is a new and lovely alternative to the imperfect case and the all too vulnerable open exposure of the camera and lens. This is the SLRC-202 SLR Camera Bag.
- What I don’t like is how the bag hangs. The supplied strap is too narrow, and keeps slipping off my shoulder. For use as a shoulder bag you really need to replace the strap with a wide, non-slip strap. Even with a wide
- strap the bag doesn’t really hang well, compared to my old, flexible Domke bags. On a couple of long day hikes I found it clumsy and difficult to use and to hang on to.
Still, for the money it’s hard to beat. I have a huge Lowepro case for traveling with a lot of gear, and I’m getting a small Lowepro backpack for hikes, but for short trips in the car or scooter, this case still has a lot of utility.