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Neewer Camera Sling Backpack £15.92 with code Sold by GrandTrading UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Neewer Camera Sling Backpack £15.92 with code Sold by GrandTrading UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

£15.92£25.6438%Amazon Deals
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Posted 19th Sep

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A good looking budget DSLR sling backpack. Plenty of space for lenses etc... including a section on the side for clipping your tripod in. For this price use code SLING919and make sure you're using the seller GrandTradingUK

As it started at over £20, this price will be for both Prime and non prime

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  • MULTI-USE: This lightweight and sturdy travel bag is designed for optimal on-the-go use. With multiple dynamic compartments you'll be able to fit your camera, accessories, and other personal belongings in one safe and convenient place

  • COMFORTABLE DESIGN: The sling backpack design allows for quick rotation from the back to the front of your body, giving you easy and fast access to your gear

  • Padded adjustable dividers, mesh pockets for smaller accessories, tripod/monopod holder and quick access side doors. External Dimensions: 9.8x7.9x16.9 Inch/24.9x20x42.9 Centimeter (LxWxH)

  • FEATURES: Holds DSLR cameras with a standard zoom lens and allows you to fit extra lenses, flashes, batteries, LEDs, tripod/monopod holder and so on

  • Compatible with Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Pentax and other DSLR and mirrorless cameras and photographic equipment. NOTE: Bagpack ONLY. Other Accessories(Camera, Tripod, etc) Not Included.
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Thanks OP. Was on the fence about something like this but with all those good reviews and that price, it's worth a buy.
Edited by: "ryanp1983" 19th Sep
Interesting as I'm looking for a dslr bag. Has anyone bought this or had experience with this brand
Ordered thanks!
i have one of these, good quality and holds most of my kit!
It worked, thanks! Heat added
Edited by: "noblebody" 19th Sep
Looks good for the price, but i'm personally more keen on the Flipside design of the Lowepro bags which mean your gear is more secure if you're out and about. Just something to be aware of if you want some more security.
maze268019/09/2019 10:27

Interesting as I'm looking for a dslr bag. Has anyone bought this or had …Interesting as I'm looking for a dslr bag. Has anyone bought this or had experience with this brand


I have this bag and find it exceptionally well thought out! Its a super tough material and very handy organisation with tonnes of pockets and customisation Bag is quick to sling around your front for access to the camera once you get to grips with what strap to undo first! Only gripe is that because it uses one strap if you have heavy camera equipment or a big packed lunch, it does strain the shoulder a bit after a long day or two of use and it cant really be swapped to the other shoulder. Hope that is helpful!
Edited by: "Andrew_Jeffs" 19th Sep
Andrew_Jeffs19/09/2019 14:36

I have this bag and find it exceptionally well thought out! Its a super …I have this bag and find it exceptionally well thought out! Its a super tough material and very handy organisation with tonnes of pockets and customisation Bag is quick to sling around your front for access to the camera once you get to grips with what strap to undo first! Only gripe is that because it uses one strap if you have heavy camera equipment or a big packed lunch, it does strain the shoulder a bit after a long day or two of use and it cant really be swapped to the other shoulder. Hope that is helpful!


Thanks I will just use it for Canon 5d body and 1 lens
Andrew_Jeffs19/09/2019 14:36

I have this bag and find it exceptionally well thought out! Its a super …I have this bag and find it exceptionally well thought out! Its a super tough material and very handy organisation with tonnes of pockets and customisation Bag is quick to sling around your front for access to the camera once you get to grips with what strap to undo first! Only gripe is that because it uses one strap if you have heavy camera equipment or a big packed lunch, it does strain the shoulder a bit after a long day or two of use and it cant really be swapped to the other shoulder. Hope that is helpful!


Very much agree with this. I've got a sling bag, and a standard backpack and will always opt for the latter if I want to take my tripod or a lot of kit. That said, the sling bag is far, far more convenient and I actively try and cut down on what I pack so that I can wear it more often!
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