Mountain biking and DSLR's
i do, i use a lowepro slingshot bag, which only has one shoulder strap, and space for camera and lens, spare lens, phone, puncture outfit multitool etc.Posted 3 years ago
its slightly bigger than a camelbak.
its barely noticable when on, and gives quick easy access to the camera.user-removedMember
Grum, yes you can but still not close to dslr speed and accuracy, most especially in low light – a dslr with a fast lens will stiIl wee all over the latest Fujis / compact Canons in a shady wood.
That new Sony A7 thing might be a game changer though…
Edit. OP, I just have mine in a large, simple LowePro toploading bag inside my backpack. Keep the inner padded bag unzipped so i can whip it out swiftly. Oo-err.Posted 3 years agokayak23Subscriber
I carry mine quite often. Carried it all day, every day on a 3 week South American trip with one of these..
Slings are comfortable and this one has a waist strap too, but I find on rough
ground they roll around your body to the front.
I now have a Lowepro Photo Hatchback 16L
Good for riding and casual, though they do a sports version which is more like a regular riding pack.
If the weather is wet though, I’ll rarely risk my posh camera despite the excellent rain cover on the Lowepro .Posted 3 years ago
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