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DSLR Pro Sling Pack

DSLR Pro Sling Pack

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Exciting news group! We’re happy to report that all of the orders have been shipped out and are now on the way to you! Please allow 24-48 hours for tracking to get into the shipper's system and start updating.

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It’s happening! Thanks to each of you, the drop was a success and we have contacted the vendor for the DSLR Pro Sling Pack and submitted the group’s order. They are now working hard and preparing your orders for shipment to our warehouse in New Jersey, where our team will be standing by ready to break everything down into individual orders and reship them directly to you. We currently expect to have everything out of our warehouse and on its way to you by 1/11.

We will certainly keep you up to date on the process and provide all of you with updated information about the order status as soon as it becomes available to us.

You can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 1/4 .
Why is shipping in the Incase website for a similar bag USD30 while here it's USD52?? It kinda turns me off from committing to it.
I have one and its bulky compared to the other in case sling bags. The bottom zipper can actually hold a full body with no lens attached (1d3)
I've been sporting the standard dslr sling pack for a few months now, and those looking for size comparisons with lenses and whatnot, I fit in my Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L II without body attached, a canon 24-70mm f/2.8L II with a 70D attached to it, nifty 50, a surface pro 3 and a few other accessories (battery charger, flash, uv filters, etc) .

Seems nicely built and has lasted 5 or so months with almost daily use. IMHO there's enough padding inside and the dividers can be removed or moved around.

The pro version of the bag should obviously hold quite a bit more!
This pack seems quite bulky.
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