Lowepro Passport Sling Camera Bag

Sorry for the lack of posts this week - it's close week at work and things are hectic.

On Monday I ordered up a bag for my DSLR camera for when I go to Disney. I wanted to make sure I had something that would pad the camera well, but also function as a purse so I did not have to carry two bags. I read some tutorials on how to make your own out of a purse but Brad gave me the permission to buy one instead.

I did a bit of searching and found this bag, which came yesterday and I absolutely LOVE it.


It fits my camera and both lenses, my battery pack, and my extension tubes if I wanted to bring them, all in the padded compartment, and the rest of the bag has tons of room for my personal items. There's an iPhone pocket, an expandable zipper that increases the room in the bag, and lots of outside pockets too. It's a nice comfortable sling style as well. And it really wasn't overly pricey as far as camera bags go. (Seriously, these things go up to a few hundred dollars!).

Anyway, just wanted to pass along the link in case anyone else was looking for a great bag/purse for their DSLR.

UPDATE: This bag worked amazingly well for my Disney trip. I used it as my only bag for the trip - so it held my iPad and personal items and served as a purse, carry-on, and camera bag all in one. It was comfortable enough on my shoulders to carry around on the long days in the parks and had enough room to put in a few small souvenirs (like my Butterbeer mug!). 

3 comments:

  1. Nikon d3100. Kit lens and a 50mm f1.8 lens and extension tubes.

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  2. oh wow :D thanks, i have a nikon d3000 n i wasnt sure if it would fit thanks again :D

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