Suspends the SLR camera with the attached lens pointed downward for protection and quick access.
Tripod Attachment System
Attach your tripod to the exterior of the camera bag and secure it with an adjustable buckle.
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Good bag... Could be better.
from San Diego, CA
Comments about SLR Sling:
Just missing a rain/water cover...Other than that it is a great dslr travel bag.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Best SLR Case ever
By Cindy Traveler
I used this camera sling on a trip to Alaska. We traveled by plane (large & small), train and auto. We were in Helicopter and hiked. It was perfect for all. I hardly took it off. It protected my camera on a rough ATV trip through muddy water. And I could pull out my SLR and not miss that great shot. I even had my monopod along when I wanted. Highly recommended.
Perfect bag, unless you're small.
from New Brunswick, Canada
I've used the SLR sling when I'm out and about. It holds all my camera accessories, and even has a little zipped cell phone pocket conveniently located at the bottom of the shoulder strap.I absolutely adore the inset... hammock? that holds my camera securely in place without having to remove my zoom lens. The tripod straps are perfect, as is the idea of a strap to go around the waist so I don't get strangled every time I bend down to examine something. This bag is very sturdy and constructed of quality materials made to last.But there's a down side.As a woman of average height and petite build, I find my shoulder is not broad enough to seat the wide strap of this bag comfortably. This causes the whole bag to sit off-balanced the entire time I wear it, and I'm often chafed at the neck after I've worn it for a short time.If you're a smaller person like me, I do not recommend this bag.
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