Review of Case Logic SLRC-206 SLR Camera Bag

This is a review of Case Logic SLRC-206 SLR camera bag, which is suitable for Canon Digital Cameras as well as any other brand of DSLR camera. It's a backpack style of camera bag that can be worn with both or just a single shoulder strap. 

This bag is definitely classified properly as a digital camera bag because it will store a 15.4 and 10.4 inch laptop computer.  The laptop is protected by Memory Foam on the underside of the lid.

Case Logic SLRC-206 SLR Camera BagView of Hammock System

camera bag laptop compartmentLaptop Compartment

Case Logic SLRC-206 Tripod HolderView of the tripod cradle

Best Features of the Case Logic SLRC-206

I'll start by giving you what I think is the most unique feature about this camera bag. It has hammock system that suspends your camera and lens above the bottom of the case. It's an alternative to getting one of the genuine bags made by Canon.

This gives you superior protection without hindering quick access to your camera.The base of the backpack is waterproof and is structured to allow the backpack to stand on its own.

This camera bag calculates to a 95% 4-5 Canon Geek rating and that's pretty darn good.

disadvantages with the Case Logic SLRC-206

  1. No rain cover, although a plastic trash bag could be used in an emergency.
  2. The hammock will not accommodate a full-sized dslr camera with a battery grip attached.  For many photographers, this really doesn't matter.
  3. If your lens hood is attached, it may be a tight squeeze and catch on the hammock a little when removing. The tripod straps will only support a fairly light tripod.

case logic camera bag Specs

  • Size is 18.1 x 13.6 x 9.7 inches.
  • Weight is about 4 lbs.
  • There are two pockets on the inside of the main camera compartment.
  • The pockets on the outside have some padding are are different sizes to hold different camera equipment accessories.

The new, upgraded version of this bag is the Case Logic Kilowatt KSB-102, a large Sling-type of backpack for pro DSLRs and a laptop.

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