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AmazonBasics Large DSLR Gadget Bag (Orange interior)
- Store, carry and protect your camera equipment
- Slot for iPad Mini, Google Nexus 7, Amazon Kindle Fire
- Holds 1 DSLR body and up to 3 lenses
- External dimensions: 12" x 7" x 9" (LxWxH)
- Internal dimensions: 10" x 5" x 7" (LxWxH)
Style: Orange Interior | Size: Large
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AmazonBasics Large DSLR Gadget Bag
The AmazonBasics Large DSLR Gadget Bag is a must have for carrying your DSLR camera, lenses, and other camera accessories.
No matter what equipment you use, the removable interior of the AmazonBasics backpack can be adjusted to fit a DSLR camera body, up to three lenses, and other accessories. The bag also features adjustable straps on the exterior to attach and carry a tripod.
- Slot for iPad Mini, Google Nexus 7, Amazon Kindle Fire
- Customizable padded interior. Movable dividers allow for optimal storage
- Exterior straps secure tripods or other bulky accessories
- Holds 1 DSLR body and up to 3 lenses
- Product Dimensions: 5x7.9x11.8 inches (LxWxH); 1.6 pounds
Don't worry about leaving your tablet or eReader at home. The large gadget bag features a padded slot that is able to fit iPad mini, Kindle Fire, Google Nexus 7, and other small devices. Additional pockets in the front offer a space for a cell phone and other electronics and accessories.
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Has a zippered internal-compartment flap and a protective padded fold-over flap with handle. Carrying straps on front/bottom to attach a small tri- or monopod. Stitching is pretty sturdy looking, especially shoulder strap to bag, and the overall construction is impressive for the price point.
Perfect day or short field excursion bag. Ok for storage too to keep the dust off your lenses at home. Just buy it and don't expect more than what you're paying for or what it is. Good buy.
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I tried to get a clear answer to the question of the internal dimension of the large bag without success, so I took a punt and ordered one. It turned out too small so I had to return it, but not before measuring the inside so I could add the information here. So, the internal dimensions of the LARGE bag are width: 25cm, depth (front to back): 12cm, height: 17cm. The bag is soft and flexible, so you can add a cm or two of wriggle room to these.
The bag looks to be of good quality for the money, and if it had been the right size for me I would happily have kept it. That I knocked one star of the rating isn't down to the bag itself, but the lack of important information about the product and the fact that I had to go through the fuss of ordering it so I could find it out.
I was impressed with the construction of this bag for the price (£20 when purchased in November 2017). The stitching all seems to be robust and the zips feel like they'll last well enough. Good storage options with the usual velcro dividers for the main compartment. Plenty of pockets and flaps to stuff your bits and pieces like filters, lens cloth, mini tripod, cables etc and there is space for a 7" tablet in the main compartment. Protection from knocks and bumps is fine and the fabric used would keep a light shower from getting into your kit.
So now we have to move to the shoulder strap or more accurately the fastenings of the shoulder strap. The actual strap is fine. The lugs used to mount the strap to the bag squeak incessantly. I had read reviews here mentioning a creaking sound before I purchased, I thought "how bad can it really be?". Well, with my bag it sounded like a flock of Canada geese honking with every step I took. This became embarrassing. I was in York for 4 nights so I had to stick it out. The worst of it was in York Minster - it felt like I could be heard all over the building. I went down into the crypt and one of the guides they have watching over things told me she could hear me from around the corner. I popped back in later in the week and the same guide spoke to me again saying that she remembered me by my creaking camera bag! We had a laugh about it but this does illustrate just how loud this is, especially in a quiet place.
All that said I think I like the bag enough to explore ways of fixing the noise. It's the plastic on plastic of the fastenings that is making the noise. Maybe I can find a spare shoulder strap with metal fastenings, although that would then probably wear through the plastic fastenings on the actual bag.
Of course none of the above comes into play if you just carry the bag by hand. I was finding myself using the shoulder strap but lifting the bag with my hand tucked under it - anything to stop the noise - but you really shouldn't have to do that.
So three stars... Would certainly be a resounding five stars if not for the creaking noises from the strap. If Amazon can put together this bag with metal fixings for the straps at a similar price point (make it £25, if that's what it takes) then I'd dive in to buy another. It's a very useful size of camera bag. Meanwhile I will look into a DIY solution and also possibly make use of it carrying by the handles.
Yes this bag is bigger but it does not make good use of the extra space. In fact it can carry little more than the medium sized bag, and less effectively. The lid is now double with the bottom part zipping onto the rest of the bag and the top half attached by Velcro to the bottom half. But apart from providing some measure of water resistance what is the point? The top half has no pockets, not even a zipped compartment, so nothing can be kept in it. The part of the lid that zips to the rest of the bag no longer has the small pockets that were the perfect size for spare batteries, lens caps and other small items, Now there is the single zipped mesh pocket inside the bottom part of the lid. If Amazon was going to provide a double lid it would be much more sensible for the two halves to zip together, providing extra space, and the top half should have small internal pockets which could be used whether or not the halves of the lid are attached to each other.
The internal space of this larger bag is hardly more than the medium-sized version, yes a camera and two lenses will fit but not much more. The side external pockets are handy to have but are far bigger than is required to keep spare batteries and they are less well protected than internal pockets, so nothing fragile should be put there. The tripod straps at the front are fiddly and make getting the tripod out and in again difficult and time consuming. They should have some sort of secure quick release.
If someone is looking for a large gadget bag I recommend they look for something other than this one. If I had not thrown away the packaging I would have sent this bag back to Amazon.
I do like the idea of the double lid (one zipped and the outer one with Velcro and strapped with buckles so is really secure.
I see one reviewer has cut away one layer of the double lid but I have no idea why. Rather silly really to do that. I think he made an excuse because he asked his daughter to go get his bag. She went to get it and he said that hundreds of pounds worth of equipment nearly fell to the concrete ground. His fault for not strapping it up and using the zip fastener.
In my opinion the double layer lid is the rainproof bit and as long as it is zipped and then the outer lid shut properly it is really a good idea.
Plenty of room for my DSL camera and a couple of lenses. Tall enough to take a TAMRON AF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 Zoom LD Macro Lens.
It has plenty of Velcro partitions and all very well padded for safety. Lots of pockets and side pockets and a tablet holder too should anyone need to take their tablet. Carrying shoulder strap is a really good one and has swivel buckles (plastic) and is quite long enough to hold the bag at waist hight for a 6 footer like me but is fully adjustable for shorter people.
I noticed one person said the strap is not good and left a link in the review for a strap of better quality. I took her word for it and I also purchased the strap she gave the link to. I wish I had not listened to her as the strap on the Amazon Basic bag is better and has a none slip pad. The one the lady said was better and none slip in fact slips off because the pad is not a none slip and just slippery nylon.
However, stick to the strap that is supplied as it is good enough and none slip.
The straps for the tripod are not too long and will not take my tripod. I think these tripod straps are made for a very thin tripod or maybe just a bi-pod but I certainly cannot get my tripod in there. It would take a smaller table top tripod I guess but I have to carry my tripod separate and maybe on my other shoulder as it is in a case so no problem for me. Maybe I will use the tripod straps for an umbrella.
All in all it is a super well made and large enough for the amateur but it will be no good for a pro as they only want the best and that is why they charge you so much for photos :-)
Il semble plus grand en photo qu'en vrai. En fait il est assez compact mine de rien.
Niveau hauteur il accueille pile mon Nikon D5200 monté avec mon Tokina 11-16mm DXII ou mon Nikkor 18-105mm avec leur pare-soleil respectifs. Mon Tamron 1:1 90mm Macro VC passe aussi, directement monté sur mon D5200, mais sans le pare-soleil. Il ne faudra néanmoins pas espérer mettre plus long, car c'est déjà juste.
Il reste ensuite suffisamment de place pour placer les 2 autres objectifs sur le côté + mon filtre infrarouge Hoya R72 + mes autres divers filtres + mes adaptateurs de filtres sur les côtés, mes caches sur la partie supérieure ou encore ma télécommande intervallomètre. Avec ça, il reste encore une grande poche devant pour mettre mes effets personnels ou d'autres accessoires photo. Bref, très pratique.
L'attache pour mon trépied est aussi un plus non négligeable. Très pratique et parfaitement adapté. Dommage néanmoins qu'il ne soit pas en scratch. Cela aurait été moins compliqué à attacher/détacher que ce système de sangle.
Outre cela, il est bien étanche avec plusieurs couches et fermetures les unes par dessus.
Bref, je recommande chaudement.
If you need to carry anything else then an even larger shoulder bag or backpack will be your choice.
An internal mesh pocket forms part of an inner zipped lid; this velcros to the case lid when the outer lid is closed.
With three more pockets around the outside and an inner open compartment I can store all those little bits and pieces we carry (CP filter, cards, cable release etc.) I haven't tried including a square filter set and holder but I doubt I could also fit that in anywhere with my camera and 3 lens combination. I can replace one of my lenses to fit a flashgun in if I need to.
The material, zips, handles and fittings feel strong enough to trust. The 5 inner velcro dividers are well padded. The case material is a matt finish, textured nylon (?) which I very much prefer. The shoulder strap is a little uncomfortable when walking long distance with this weight. I don't know if buying a different shoulder strap would help much. I tend to relieve the weight on my shoulder by holding the small carry handles at the same time. If I carry the camera separately by a sling strap then the shoulder strap is no problem. With all the kit, for any day-long or long distance walking I would suggest a backpack; but for a few hundred metres this bag works just fine.
The tripod straps are under one lower edge; I prefer to rest mine on top under, and held in place by, the carrying handles.
I have not had the case for long nor tested it for weather resistance but feel it should be more than capable of protecting against light showers. Overall I am happy with this case.
I wanted a bag to keep all my photography kit safe and secure, and after a lot of browsing, this bag ticked all the boxes and more.
It's very well made, with adjustable inside dividers to suit different items, and it has an internal pouch for my Huawei t3 10 inch tablet. Plus a few outside zipped pockets to keep cables and spare batteries etc in. Also it has 2 adjustable straps to carry a tripod... Wow!!!
What more can I say, its perfect for what I wanted and at a fabulous price too., plus it looks and feels good quality. Considering all the contents come to about £1000, it's money well spent rather than paying a silly price for a branded bag half the size!
Would say to anyone that was looking for a camera bag with lots of pockets and a sturdy quality, this bag is a bargain and defo a must have!!
It's defo one of my top purchases from reliable amazon!
So I paid just £16.57.
Very, Very happy. Infact when price drops again I will be purchasing another without Hesitation for my new Nikon D5600 which I will be getting in August. (I was tempted to get another straight away) but no rush!
Curently I have my old DSLR Sony F828 (old and very reliable) and my old Sony DCR-TRV33E Mini DV camcorder. Again very old, but never let me down. With a charger/cable, spare battery, Macro lenses. And still more room left.
Hopefully to purchase again soon
Edit. I have noticed a lot of people complaining about the size of the bag.
Well the dimensions are clearly stated in the description. May I suggest you do some homework before you purchase :)
To help I did it for you, 12,7 x 20 x 29,9 cm (LxWxH); 0,72 kg
Plenty of padding and removable/ adjustable slots to make sure your kits fits well. Straps for tripod or a rolled up waterproof coat.
Room for iPad mini and bits and pieces fit into the outside front and side pockets. Nice shoulder strap with padded area. Good strong well made bag. Nice size too so it is classed as carry on for even the strictest airlines.
Like the way there is a padded zipped cover over the top of the bag - not just the flap, making it extra safe and secure.
The Amazon Basics Logo - just comes off if you slide a good sharp knife under it, just a bit of cotton to pick out, if you want it brand free!
Just what I was looking for without breaking the bank.
The fold down lid I have just put memory cards lens wipes and a spare eye cup .
If you move the dividers around to fit your needs you can make sure everything is snug I could still manage to get my nifty 50 in if required .
So in all its a decent sized bag well made if like me you always carry far to much kit this will make you think more of what it is you really need for your trips out.
Another plus is the shoulder strap slides to the correct position with a none slip coating on one side
Bought it to transport my Sony AX-53 4k video camera,and two Viltrox L116 LED light panels.
I also needed to store six spare Li batteries, three chargers, two external power supplies, plus an assortment of connectors for the lights and cables for the camera. Finally, I needed somewhere safe to store extra SD cards.
This case is just brilliant - it does it all!
The internal dividers mean that I can modify them to provide snug and cushioned storage for all the bits I need inside, whilst the mains cables with three pin plugs will fit in the front pocket.
The internal mesh storage in the lid is ideal for smaller items like the SD cards, where they can be secured but easily seen.
The shoulder strap is not the most comfortable for long distance use, but since its only needed to take my equipment to where it will be used, its not an issue for me, and the smaller carry handles are just fine.
Ideal, and at less than £20 I thinks it's a bargain.