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- Durable ripstop contruction
- Neck shoulder straps
- Zippered padded compartment
- Secure pack attachment flap
- Item #OSP002U
- Q & A
Great for a Mirror-less Camera
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I purchased both the M,L and XL to compare the sizes and see what worked best for my needs. I have a Sony a6000 with the kit lenses. Basically, a small pancake zoom lens and a fist length telephoto lens. I was hoping I could just go with the XL and fit both lenses in there but the design of the lower part of the bag really limits the amount you can fit in there. The bag contours to a narrower shape so you can only really fit a camera with a telephoto lens.
I was super stoked to find that the L fit my camera with the pancake lens and the M fit my telephoto lens. I put the size large with the camera on the waist belt of my backpack and the size M on my chest strap with my telephoto lens.
All in all I am pleased with how these items turned out with my small(ish) mirrorless camera. The bags are extremely light weight but also will be enough protection for your camera from shocks and the elements. I primarily use these for ski touring and they have made getting images while on the skintrack super convenient without forking out a ton of money for a dedicated camera bag.
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.
What size would fit the lumix fz300?
The large is the right size for the dimensions of your lumix fz 300. The medium will not work, and the large will give you some extra space to hold other camera items as well.
Hope that helps!
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