Within our DSLR Capsule Collection, we are proud to introduce the DSLR Sling. So many photographers are looking for that perfect sling that will secure and protect their DSLR setup while out exploring, but they also want it to look great. That is where the DSLR Sling comes in. We worked with top photographers, like Van Styles, and we believe we have brought something new and exciting to the market.
The bag is offered in both a matte black and a custom camo. Constructed in premium, coated canvas, for a water resistant exterior, these bags have a solid and overall sturdy feel. The matte black color way is accented with black hardware to keep that stealth look and the camo is accented with gun metal hardware.
On the front you will find a zippered, padded tablet/phone pocket lined with faux-fur. On one side you will find a quick access zippered pocket for your lens cap or memory cards. The other side has 2 straps with buckles to secure your tripod.
Flip open the top flap and you will find a zippered compartment with space and pockets for cables, accessories, and an organizer. There is also a small snap pocket which can be used for business cards or even memory card storage.
The back of the bag and the sling strap features air-mesh to keep your back cool as your wear the bag.
To get to the main DSLR compartment, you simply pull the bag around in front of you as you are wearing it. This reveals the side zippered hatch where your DSLR gear is stored. This large main compartment complete with modular EVA foam dividers to offers a fully customizable setup for your specific equipment.
The DSLR Sling comes standard with 3 HEX Blox which lets you configure the main storage area for your specific camera size and needs. Also inside the main compartment is a full width zippered compartment that is faux-fur lined which will hold up to a 13" MacBook Pro!
To finish off the feature set of the DSLR Sling you will find surplus grade web straps and genuine Leather zipper pulls.
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