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AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR/DSLR Cameras and Accessories - Black

  • Backpack holds and protects 2 smaller SLR/DSLR camera bodies, 3-4 lenses, and additional small accessories
  • Durable black polyester/nylon exterior; ample interior storage
  • Outer dimensions: 11.5 x 7.2 x 15.6 inches (292mm x 183mm x 396mm); Internal: 10 x 5 x 14.75 inches (254mm x 127mm x 374mm)
  • Distributed by Amazon.com; backed by one-year AmazonBasics warranty
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
AmazonBasics products are quality electronics accessories offered at a great value. Made in China.

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  1. Reply Brandon Nov 30,2012 8:56 pm
    466 of 478 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    100% Worthy Camera Backpack, July 25, 2010
    By 
    Brandon

    This review is from: AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR Cameras and Accessories-Black (Camera)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 4:55 Mins

    UPDATE AS OF 1/9/11:
    This bag is still doing wonderful, but I thought I should update you guys on the gear it is holding. Currently, it is holding my Canon Rebel XTi (w/ battery grip), Canon EF 70-300mm USM, Canon EF-S 55-250mm IS, Canon EF 50mm f/1.8, Canon EF 28-80mm, and Canon EF-S 18-55mm. As well, it is holding my Canon ZR930 MiniDV camcorder, Canon Rebel 2000 film SLR, filters, pouch of accesories such as chargers, memory card reader, etc, and a few little items. This bag seems to hold whatever you throw at it! Still a 5 star bag!

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    I added a video to this review to show the amounts of gear able to be stored in this bag.

    I have been looking to purchase a camera backpack for my SLRs, lenses, and other accessories, and I had narrowed it down to the Canon 200EG backpack. I loved the compact size to the bag, but the large area inside for about two bodies (a must) as well as excess room for lenses. I tried the bag out at Best Buy, and I was about ready to purchase it on Amazon, until this bag came up as a recommended choice. It looks identical to the Canon, but without the giant ‘steal me’ Canon logo. Reviews for this bag backed up my choice, so I figured I would try this baby out, and if I din’t like it, just return it for the Canon.

    Little did I know, this bag exceeded my expectations with features much better than the 200EG. For one, the extra padding on the shoulder straps. You also get a belt strap to support your back with heavy gear. I’m about 5’3″ and the bag fits snug and comfortably.

    The exterior is made of a durable material, which should hold up against rain. The interior is padded very nicely to secure your gear in the bumpiest of my bike rides, which is nice. The zippers are sturdy, although I wish they were easier to put a lock onto. Lets talk about what this bad boy can hold. I am able to fit my DSLR Canon Rebel XTi (w/ battery grip) in the main slot, my film Rebel 2000 infront of the XTi, my PowerShot P&S, my MiniDV camcorder, 75-300mm telephoto lens, 28-80mm walk-around lens, and 18-55mm kit lens, with room to spare! In the meantime, I keep my chargers, minidv tapes, and remotes in the open spot. That is until I invest in a flash unit. If you pack everything right, you can easily pack three SLR bodies, three lenses, a P&S, and other gear in the bag. The top mounted pockets is home to my filters, memory cards, cables, and cloths. The side of the bag can hold a tripod safe and securely. You can also find spots for a phone, or even fit a small notebook pc (more likely a netbook) in the main pocket. Which is nice considering there is no laptop slot.

    All in all, this bag is highly recommended in my opinion. Keep it in mind in your searches, and don’t click away because it is Amazon branded. It’s higher quality than my old Lowepro!

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  2. Reply Mark J. Downey "rallyman69" Nov 30,2012 9:16 pm
    144 of 145 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Video review for Amazon Basics SLR backpack, November 3, 2010
    By 
    Mark J. Downey “rallyman69″ (Barbados) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    This review is from: AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR Cameras and Accessories-Black (Camera)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 4:42 Mins

    Here is a video review of the Amazon Basics SLR backpack.
    I really like it. It seems durable, it’s relatively comfortable, and most importantly… it can hold a lot of stuff!
    I say it’s great value for money.

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  3. Reply Yarii Nov 30,2012 9:26 pm
    71 of 73 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Versatile backpack for more than cameras, June 23, 2010
    By 
    Yarii (USA) –
    (TOP 100 REVIEWER)
      

    This review is from: AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR Cameras and Accessories-Black (Camera)
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    This camera backpack can easily hold 2 full-size DSLR cameras and a few extra lenses, or even some point & shoot cameras all in the same case. A mini tripod will definitely fit inside, not sure about a full-size tripod since I don’t own one (if they fold up you may be able to). Whatever you want this case to be for your particular needs, it can morph into it.

    The main section of the backpack is configured into 9 separate compartments. However these compartments (slightly padded BTW) are fastened with Velcro, so you can configure the interior of the backpack into anything that you would need it for. You can even remove all the compartments if you want and use it as a regular backpack. Inside the “lid” are two separate see-though plastic zippered compartments as well.

    As far as the exterior of the backpack, each side as two Velcro-closure pockets with flaps, which measure approx. 4.5″ by 4″ wide. The outside top (lid) has 2 huge zippered pockets, there is TONS of storage areas with this case/backpack.

    The underneath part of the backpack which would come in contact with your back is made of mesh to keep you a little cooler while hauling it around. The straps are lightly padded and adjustable. It was comfortable for me (I am 5′ 4″), but I doubt if it would fit well for anyone over 200 lbs.

    As a whole, the backpack is lightly padded with a somewhat soft tricot lining. The exterior is nylon and is easily cleaned with a wet cloth. There is a handle on top if you don’t want to use carry it as a backpack, which I do, since I don’t think backpacks are all that comfortable no matter how padded the straps are.

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