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Case Logic SLRC-205 SLR Camera Sling (Black)

This SLR sling was designed to keep you ready to shoot wherever your journey takes you. Wear the sling cross-body, then simply swing the case to the front for immediate access to your camera and

accessories. The camera compartment provides ultimate protection for your SLR. The suspension hammock system patent pending suspends the

camera body preventing impact with the bottom of the case. The compartment lid is lined with scratch-resistant memory foam to help prevent screen damage. Compartment measures 7.9 x 7.3 x 7.9 and accommodates most SLR bodies with attached standard lens. Additional large compartment measures 8.5 x 4 x

5 for an extra lens, flash or other bulky accessories. Three additional compartments store smaller items such as extra battery, cords, memory cards or keys. Strap system on the front of the case secures a tripod or other bulky

gear with industrial strength hook-and loop. Adjustable shoulder and waist straps ensure a comfortable fit. Wrist strap limits unnecessary

  • SLR camera sling wears like a backpack but allows for instant access to your SLR and accessories simply swing around and you’re ready to shoot
  • Holds SLR camera body with attached standard lens
  • Patent pending hammock system suspends your SLR above the bottom of case, providing superior impact protection
  • Large zippered compartment stores an additional lens or flash
  • (dimensions: 7.5 x 3.75 x 3
  • Three additional zippered pockets store memory cards and other small items
  • When I received this case I was excited, it was designed just the way I wanted and appeared to be the perfect case for a DSLR and an extra lens. But while the design was wonderful, the craftsmanship is poor. Shortly
  • after receiving it I left for a trip to Italy. On the second day the handle began to fray and separate from the case. By the end of the trip it was attached by only a few threads. In addition zippers would slip open, I
  • almost lost a lens in the subway in Rome. While a good design, it is poorly executed. I am returning the product.

The sling has strategically placed mesh pads to keep you from sweating too much where it contacts you. The case keeps the camera safe, and when it’s time to use it, you can easily slide the case forward and access the camera that is

sitting safely in the hammock. Watching the other hikers have to work to get their cameras out of their back packs, or have their cameras exposed, just slung

over their shoulders, made me a little smug today. I felt like I had the best solution and am now very glad I got one. Kudos to the designer

Gabino Fernandez


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