Case Logic Digital SLR Sling Camera Bag/Case for Canon EOS 7D, 5D Mark II III, 60D Rebel T3, T3i, T2i
This tough and ready SLR sling was designed to keep pace with your approach to photography. Rugged construction with a professional grade interior and organization will take you anywhere the shots are waiting. Sling holds most SLR camera bodies up to 7.9" x 7.3" x 7.9" with attached lens, an additional lens and accessories.
Only high-quality materials are used throughout this exceptionally crafted SLR sling which is backed by a 25 year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Exterior materials include heavy-gauge (840D) nylon with eye-catching orange accents for aLarge zippered compartment stores an additional lens or flash (dimensions: 8.5" x 4" x 5"). Three additional zippered compartments store extra batteries, memory cards, cords, cell phone and other small accessories finished look. Padded air-mesh is used on the back panel providing optimal comfort and breathability
Adjustable shoulder and waist straps provide a comfortable fit and added stability for your SLR by minimizing camera movement during activity
Posted by Mike G Vermillion on 14th Apr 2013
For photographers on the go
I spent a lot of time researching sling-style DSLR cases and this is by far the best I have seen. I've owned one for a few months already and I have no complaints.
Comfort - adjustable, padded strap allows the bag to wrap around your torso for a comfortable fit. Sometimes I even forget that it's there. I cannot say the same for the boxy-style camera bags, they just feel out of palce.
Storage - The main compartment has the hammock suspension system, which I think offers good restraint and easy access to your camera: just unzip the top cover and reach for the camera. The compartment is deep enough to fit a super-tele lens attached to the body, or an attached medium sized prime with room at the bottom for another lens. Another compartment has room for two more medium sized lenses or a lens and a charger. A few more zippered pockets offer room for small gadgets like wireless remote control, USB card reader, some filters, lens cleaning gear.
Protection - there's enough padding to keep your toys safe, though I wouldn't get on crowded bus with it.
Style - This is the only case I have seen that actually looks great, and not really like a camera bag - bonus points for that; last thing you want is to advertise your stash of expensive toys.
Worth mentioning - a hook and loop tripod holder; pretty useful for a light tripod, though the bag will get heavy if you're going on a long hike. Build quality is good, feels like money worth spending.
Kudos to the designer of this case.