Incase Sling Pro DSLR Backpack - good for college and to hold my MacBook?

duffer6

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Feb 13, 2011
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It's pretty big and ugly...probably the whole "if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all" thing. :)
Umm if I have to say something nice, "The girl holding the bag is attractive, as far as the bag...."
 

MarkCooz

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Jul 12, 2009
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I don't have the DSLR Sling. I have the DSLR ProPack. It's bulkier than a traditional backpack for Laptops. But I like the ProPack better since it's a backpack. It fits the 15" fine. Has a huge compartment for my DSLR equipment.
 

iLikeTurtles!

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I don't have the DSLR Sling. I have the DSLR ProPack. It's bulkier than a traditional backpack for Laptops. But I like the ProPack better since it's a backpack. It fits the 15" fine. Has a huge compartment for my DSLR equipment.
do you think the sling pack is as good?

its for some reason more expensive then the pro pack.

but i dont think i can fit books as easily i the pro back since the opening is on the back cover
 

MarkCooz

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Jul 12, 2009
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do you think the sling pack is as good?

its for some reason more expensive then the pro pack.

but i dont think i can fit books as easily i the pro back since the opening is on the back cover
Do you really need the DSLR Packs though? If you're gonna need a backpack for your Mac and Books and 1 camera. Just get a $50-75 laptop backpack. Then get a separate bag for your DSLR equipment. I have a few bags. So I'm set with what I have.

I have the Incase DSLR Pro Pack. Then my regular bag for just books and other stuff. (I can't really give you info on the sling. since I don't like using slings)

That's just my two cents man.
 

sk8r1230

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Aug 3, 2010
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Personally I feel that camera section is very limited and not well designed. Where are all the removable and custome Velcro dividers that most packs come with?? I would suggest taking a look at the clik elite pro pack.
 

Idefix

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Jul 10, 2012
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When you're going to carrying lots of weight, you need a backpack, not a sling.

That amount of stuff should sit equally on both shoulders, otherwise you'll develop a lower left shoulder and a curved spine.
 

iLikeTurtles!

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Do you really need the DSLR Packs though? If you're gonna need a backpack for your Mac and Books and 1 camera. Just get a $50-75 laptop backpack. Then get a separate bag for your DSLR equipment. I have a few bags. So I'm set with what I have.

I have the Incase DSLR Pro Pack. Then my regular bag for just books and other stuff. (I can't really give you info on the sling. since I don't like using slings)

That's just my two cents man.
Personally I feel that camera section is very limited and not well designed. Where are all the removable and custome Velcro dividers that most packs come with?? I would suggest taking a look at the clik elite pro pack.
When you're going to carrying lots of weight, you need a backpack, not a sling.

That amount of stuff should sit equally on both shoulders, otherwise you'll develop a lower left shoulder and a curved spine.
ah well it was free we'll see how its like, if no good i return to apple for something else
 

jamesschmidtke

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Mar 15, 2008
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i have the dslr sling from last year, it barely fits a naked ipad and my dslr and two lenses and batteries. Over incase, I would choose a dedicated dslr pack and something else for your book
 

iLikeTurtles!

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i have the dslr sling from last year, it barely fits a naked ipad and my dslr and two lenses and batteries. Over incase, I would choose a dedicated dslr pack and something else for your book
what about incases ari bag?

an d this one is bigger then the regular incase dslr bag lol