Nikon Starter Digital SLR Camera Case – Gadget Bag – Product Description:
Protect your valuable photography equipment with this sturdy, water-repellant carrying case from Nikon. Constructed from durable, ballistic nylon, this compact system case is ideal for storing your Nikon D40, D40x, D60, D3000, D5000 or other similarly-sized digital SLR camera, plus lenses and accessories.
The interior of this case is well-padded to protect against impacts and scratches, and features several adjustable velcro dividers, allowing you to customize the fit. Typically, one compact digital SLR, an attached standard zoom lens, a flash unit, and an additional compact lens, can be stored inside this bag. A zippered mesh pocket inside the lid makes for a great place to store batteries, filters and other items, while the zippered front pocket features places to store memory cards, writing instruments, instruction manuals and notes. Two large side pockets with velcro closures are great for other items that need to be accessed more frequently. This case is secured with two heavy-duty clips for quick access, and features a soft handle and a padded, adjustable shoulder strap for portability. Top it all off with high-contrast yellow trim for visibility, and this case is perfect for beginning and advanced photographers alike!
Internal Dimensions (WxHxD): 8.5 x 5 x 5 inches (21.6 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm)
External Dimensions (WxHxD): 9.5 x 6.7 x 6.5 inches (24.1 x 17.1 x 16.5 cm)
Weight: 1.14 pounds (517g)
This case also includes a Cameta Microfiber Cleaning Cloth , perfect for keeping your lenses and LCD screen free from dust and fingerprints.
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Nikon Starter Digital SLR Camera Case – Gadget Bag – Review:
GREAT BAG AT A GREAT PRICE!
I purchased this bag about 8 months ago. I have been a photographer for about 10 years now and have used lots of bags. I have bags for all of my film SLR cameras. I am yet to find the perfect bag but this one works well for my Nikon D60.
I carry in it a D60 with an attached 35mm 1.8 dx lens (with reversed hood), an 18-135mm dx zoom (with reversed hood), a 50mm 1.4 ai, a 50 mm 1.8 d, USB transfer cable, body cap, spare rear lens cap, remote control, extra SD card, lens pen, spare battery, lens cloth, couple of 52mm filters and could I squeeze the battery charger into the front pocket if need be. I still have room in the main compartment for one more prime lens if I need it.
I like and use fast prime lenses 90% of the time and rarely use flash. So for me it works great. If you have a flash unit and more than 2 zooms you may need a bigger bag. Most people use lots of zooms and flash so I will try to help you guys too because most descriptions of bags that are helpful to me include an idea of capacity. so here goes…A smaller bodied camera with an attached an 18-55 zoom, another bigger lens (55-200 VR?), sb flash unit and maybe a small prime.
small size vs capacity
I don’t like:
Nikon badge on the outside advertises your gear
looks like a camera bag
a little boxy to truly be comfortable for long walks (but not bad..it beats backpacks)