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- Durable ripstop contruction
- Neck shoulder straps
- Zippered padded compartment
- Secure pack attachment flap
- Item #OSP002U
- Q & A
Too Small for Pro Gear
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I liked the look of this bag and bought the XL thinking it would be suitable for my SLR and a standard lens.
I was surprised by how small even the largest model is; no way was I getting my D800 in there. That said, if you run a smaller mirrorless setup I think this is probably a great holster style solution.
Ultimately I returned it unused and went with the much larger Dakine option:
Great bag for my Sony NEX
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Since most people seem to be asking about sizing I will start with that. I bought a Large and it fits my Sony NEX C3 with some room to spare. It seems like large will work well for most mirrorless cameras with a longer lens. I have included a photo of the camera in the bag for reference.
Now onto the features. I mostly use the shoulder strap for carrying but I do like the velcro loop on the back so I can strap it to my packs waist belt. There are stretchy mesh pockets on each side that I use to hold a mini tripod and my lens cap. There is also a stretch mesh pocket on the inside of the lid that large enough to hold a battery or 2 and and some extra SD cards.
The inside is lined with a very soft fleece and it seem pretty well padded. The outside is a durable rip stop fabric that has kept my camera dry in a light rain but the zipper is not waterproof so if there is a downpour or a chance of submersion I put it in a dry bag.
Overall its a very functional bag and since its an Osprey it is built to last!
XL Ultralight Case
Rainy hikes in the Tetons make for beautiful photos! Luckily, I had my Osprey case to keep my camera out of the weather.
Is this case waterproof?
Does this pack have a "loop" in the back to put a belt and/or a pack strap through?
sorry! I missed your question! Yes it does!
Hi, and thanks for y'all's great customer service. I am in a location where it is unfeasible for me to get to a retailer to see this unit in person. I have a Nikon D3300 with kit lens and compact zoom lens; I need a bag that can carry both. Is there any way you could take a pic of the inside of an XL and post it, or even better, do a fit test with a DSLR and two lenses? I saw a photo posted on your page for the Dakine DSLR case that gave me the idea. Thank you.
Hi Christina, I'm not sure if you're still looking at this.... but I don't think the XL would fit two lenses. I have a Canon Rebel with just an 18-55 mm lens and it barely fits in there. There would definitely not be room for an extra lens. I initially purchased the large and laughed at how small it actually was. The XL is really the only one designed for a DSLR, and a small one at that. I think I know which Dakine case you're talking about and I would definitely go with that. I'll try to add a photo of the inside.
What are the dimensions for each size?
Dimension: 6 x 4 x 2" / 15 x 9 x 4 cm
Dimension: 6 x 4 x 3" / 16 x 9 x 6 cm
Dimension: 6 x 5 x 6" / 14 x 13 x 14 cm
Dimension: 8 x 7 x 7" / 21 x 18 x 18 cm
Do you supposed that a Canon 70D with 18-135 mm lens fits in this case? http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/986391-REG/canon_8469b016_canon_eos_70d_dslr.html
And if so what size?
Any reference to the size would be helpful. Thank you.
Canon lists the dimensions of the 70D at 5.5 x 4.1 x 3.1"
So if you were needing a case to fit that camera you would want to order a Large. I think the medium would be a bit too snug!
Hopefully this helps out, if you have anything else feel free to contact me directly at email@example.com