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Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Olive with Red Accents)

B&H # CR7MDOR Mfr # MD-07-11A
No Longer Available
Product Highlights
  • For Full Size D-SLR 2 Lens Kit
  • 900D Water-resistant Nylon
  • Touch Fastener Silencer
  • Four Pockets for Accessories
  • Adjustable Shoulder Strap with Pad
  • Padded Carry Handle

The olive with red accents 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag from Crumpler is a 900 denier, water-resistant, nylon shoulder bag made to carry photo gear with accessories. The bag can be customized using the 8 moveable dividers in the main section. It has a 2 strap with 2 buckle closure and a touch fastener Silencer flap that prevents the "hook and loop" closure from being used. There are four pockets for accessories, and the bag is carried by a padded handle or an attached, adjustable shoulder strap with removable pad.

Construction
  • 900 denier, water-resistant nylon
  • Lined with 300 denier ripstop nylon
  • Padded and brushed nylon main compartment
  • Eight moveable dividers to customize the bag
  • Plastic stiffening layer in base
  • Two strap and 2 buckle closure
Touch fastener Silencer flap prevents the "hook and loop" closure from being used
Pockets
  • External pocket with internal mesh pocket
  • Mesh zip pocket under flap
  • Two hidden internal side pockets
Carrying options
  • Padded carry handle
  • Attached, adjustable shoulder strap with removable pad
Carry-On Form Factor
FAA and airline carry-on specifications are subject to change without notice, please check with your airline before designating this case as a carry-on item. Most airlines require carry-on items to have an external linear measurement that is equal to or less than 45.0" (114.3 cm). The external dimensions of this case add up to 33.1"(84.1 cm)
Material Exterior: 900 denier, water-resistant nylon
Interior: Lined with 300 denier ripstop nylon
Interior: Fully padded main compartment
Type of Closure Two straps with 2 buckles
Touch fastener silencer
Exterior Dimensions 14.96 x 11.02 x 7.09" (38 x 28 x 18cm) (WxHxD)
Interior Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
Volume Interior: 915.36 in³ (15 liter)
Tripod Holder No
Accommodates Digital SLR with grip and attached standard lens and 3 additional lenses, speedlight plus accessories
Carrying/Transport Options Carry handle
Adjustable shoulder strap
Weight 2.65 lbs (1.2kg)
Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Olive with Red Accents)
  • 8 x Dividers
  • Lifetime Warranty
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    Crumpler7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal)
     
    4.6

    (based on 11 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (7)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (4)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (0)

    • 2 Stars

       

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    • 1 Stars

       

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    100%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Durable (6)
    • Comfortable (4)
    • Easily accessible equipment (4)
    • Lightweight (4)
    • Roomy (4)

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Travel (5)
      • Transporting gear (4)
      • Daily transport (3)
        • Reviewer Profile:
        • Photo enthusiast (5), Semi-pro photographer (3)
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No (10)

      Reviewed by 11 customers

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      5.0

      A Homerun!

      By Lobo

      from Minnesota/Mexico

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Easy to Use
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Travel
        • Weddings/Events

        Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Navy/Rust Red):

        Just when I thought there was no new thinking in camera bag design, I found this. My favorite features include a light colored interior, (rather than finding black objects in a black bag) thin dividers that take up little precious space, a top that stays open while retrieving equipment and the detachable tripod sling. Excellent materials and build, good padding and non-slip strap. Comes in a variety of sizes to meet various needs.

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        • No

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        4.0

        Great Bag But Needs Some Improvements

        By MJL

        from Homestead, Florida USA

        About Me Photo Enthusiast

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Construction
        • Does Not Scream Camera
        • Durable
        • Lively When In Use
        • Well Thought Out Design

        Cons

        • Heavy'
        • No Rain Cover

        Best Uses

        • Getting Inout Of Vehicle
        • Landscape/Scenery
        • Sports/Action
        • Street Work
        • Travel
        • Wildlife Photos

        Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

        I have a spinal injury that mandates that all weights are carried low slung and near my body. I was concerned about how this bag carried but I was pleased to find that when place across my chest the strap was long enough to place the bag near my thigh or my butt and thus below my spinal injury. To this end I am happy.

        PROS: 1. Very well thought out design 2. Execution excellent. 3. Construction is high quality and looks like I will get years of use out of it. 4. The bag feels lively when worn with gear and not like a lump, I assume this is due to the fact that the bag lays close to the body. This gives the impression that is a street photog's bag and that is where I am headed with mine. 5. I like the fact that the outside of the bag does not scream photo gear.

        CONS: 1. It is inexcusable that I am using a garbage bag as a rain cover on this bag. This bag should come equipped with a rain cover like every other serious bag in the same price zone. I am headed to Europe next month and know I will be stuck in the rain at least once with this bag. I do most of my photography in Florida and get stuck in rain from time to time. I would appeal to Crumpler to make this bag with a rain cover and to offer a separate cover to those of us who have already bought your bags. 2. I bought this bag to carry my Nikon D7000 plus lenses, flash etc to Europe. Although I love the protection this bag affords to bumps and bangs it is too heavy. To a person with a spinal injury every tiny bit of weight hurts and I had to really consider the 2 kilo weight of this bag especially when packed with gear. Sorry but I wonder if some weight could be shaved off without altering the survivability of the contents.

        END NOTES: I will recommend this bag in spite of having to use a garbage bag as a rain cover. Suggestions for a proper rain cover would be accepted. If one needs a lively bag that WILL protect your gear this is it.

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        • No

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        4.0

        Great Bag

        By Dogfishbar

        from Edgewater, NJ

        About Me Pro Photographer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy to Use
        • Useful Tripod Attachment
        • Versatile Walk-around Bag

        Cons

        • Too Few Small Pockets

        Best Uses

        • Walk-around Photography

        Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

        Moved up from the 6 Million bag for just a bit more space without adding much more weight and bulk. So far, the 7 Million has met all my expectations. Added 2 small lenses. A great bag, but miss the small flap and inside pockets of the 6 Million bag!

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        4.0

        Not-Quite-Perfect Bag

        By James

        from Boston, MA

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Comfortable Strap
        • Compact
        • Durable
        • Good Protection
        • Lightweight

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Daily Transport
          • Travel

          Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Navy/Rust Red):

          I like the bag overall but it has some flaws for my use, hence a four-star rating.

          Crumpler did a great job with the main compartment; all the dividers can be removed or it can be heavily customized. Just as a test, I rearranged the dividers a bit and it easily holds my Nikon D7000 + 35mm 1.8G, Fuji GW690 (only 8 shots with the beast, so it needs a lot of film!), a Holga, a dozen rolls of 120 film and some filters. The bag is very robust, well padded, and surprisingly cavernous, but it still doesn't feel bulky and heavy when worn over the shoulder.

          The biggest downsides for me are in the smaller storage areas. I mainly shoot B&W film right now (digital probably won't have the same dilemma), and well, there isn't much room for film and filters in the small storage area on the front. Can I just shove everything in the main compartment? Sure, but smaller items could pop out when removing a camera. It seems really weird that Crumpler put so much thought into the main compartment while the front pocket seems like an afterthought.

          I wouldn't put an iPad in the rear pocket, as it is very tight and the screen could easily crack. In its current state, the rear pocket is basically useless and only good for holding business cards or other thin, non-fragile items.

          Small, usable pockets on the ends of the bag would have been perfect for film, filters, or other accessories.

          The tripod straps and/or the bottom clasps could have been a few inches longer since they flare out to the sides when the bag is fully loaded.

          This is neither positive nor negative, but the navy/rust colors are more subdued in person.

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          5.0

          Great Bag!

          By PeteC

          from Powder Springs, Georgia

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Durable
          • Easy to Use
          • Lightweight
          • Very Configurable

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Landscape/Scenery
            • Sports/Action
            • Travel
            • Weddings/Events

            Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

            I had a TamRac bag that I used for a couple of years and it was okay, but it would not accept my a77 with VG so I looked for a replacement and found the Crumpler 7 Mill bag. I recently picked up the Crumpler 5 Mill bag and really liked it so the decision to go with the 7 Mill was easy.

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            5.0

            Another great Crumpler bag

            By David - Photographer, Printer, Educator

            from Minneapolis MN

            About Me Pro Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Comfortable Strap
            • Compact
            • Cool Looking
            • Durable
            • Good Protection
            • Lightweight

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Daily Transport
              • Storage
              • Travel

              Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Olive with Red Accents):

              This is my third Crumpler. They make great bags for cameras and computers. There is good padding and it is easy to dig out lenses and accessories. The great color combinations are a plus when you want to keep an eye on your bag. And it is stylish to boot. My only wish is that they would have a pocket in the back for a magazine or notebook for when you are traveling.

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              5.0

              very nice bag

              By patzor

              from New Orleans, LA

              About Me Semi-pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Adjustable Harness
              • Comfortable
              • Easily Accessible Equipment
              • Roomy
              • Strong Construction

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Protecting Gear
                • Storing Gear
                • Transporting Gear

                Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                I love this bag. I'm able to fit all my equipment in it and it seems to be pretty sturdy so I don't have to worry about it once it's in the bag.

                The only thing I don't like about the bag, but am able to overlook is there are no extra clips to hold the tripod straps down. You hook them where the top clasps, but it doesn't hold it snug.

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                5.0

                Great Sling Bag

                By Tony

                from Bangor, ME

                About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Comfortable
                • Easily Accessible Equipment
                • Roomy
                • Strong Construction

                Cons

                • No Tablet Slot

                Best Uses

                • Transporting Gear

                Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                I had a Tamrac Rally 5 as my main bag but outgrew it and upgraded to this. It is very comfortable to carry, not too heavy on the shoulder at all. In it I fit a gripped 6D with 24-105 attached, 2x converter, 70-200 2.8, 35mm and a 600EX-RT with hoods for all 3 lenses. This all fits in there, a little snug but it definitely fits. The only thing I wish it had was a slot for a tablet. The front area holds memory cards and batteries as well as the charger for the camera and flash batteries. There are several dividers to allow for internal customization for all of your equipment.

                It also doesn't scream EXPENSIVE CAMERA GEAR. I was in Boston a couple weekends ago and had this with the above listed gear and it performed well. Never had an issue changing lenses or accessing things inside. There are loops for a tripod but I didn't use it, actually used them to attach a water bottle to. If you're looking for a sling style bag that is built well look no further, this is your bag.

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                5.0

                Excellent Bag

                By PhotoNut

                from USA

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Adjustable Harness
                • Comfortable
                • Easily Accessible Equipment
                • Roomy
                • Strong Construction

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Protecting Gear
                  • Transporting Gear

                  Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                  Used the bag for 11 days straight after purchasing - allowed me to carry a lot of gear comfortably. High quality bag - love it!!

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                  • No

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                  4.0

                  Finally a bag I can live with

                  By Brandon

                  from San Jose, Ca

                  About Me Photo Enthusiast

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Adjustable Harness
                  • Comfortable
                  • Easily Accessible Equipment
                  • Roomy
                  • Strong Construction

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Transporting Gear

                    Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                    My g/f tried to surprise me with a bag for my b-day which was quickly returned when the back pack style wasn't tall enough to hold my "beercan" lens with out taking up double the room it should. I tried a few other bags from various manufacturers before finally settling on a Pelican 1600. While the Pelican is the ultimate in protection its not convenient to drag around to shoots unless you are working out of your vehicle, and wouldn't even fit in my MR2. After seeing a 5 million bag on a forum review I decided to give the 7 a try. It holds my A77 body w/ a decent size zoom lens, and more lenses/flash than I have needed so far which is great. I feel comfortable in most circumstances that it will protect my gear, and is fairly quick to grab what I need when I need it.

                    If there are any negatives to this bag for me it would be small storage isn't super organized. Not a huge deal but it can leave you rummaging for the exact cleaner/SD card/battery etc that you are looking for. The plus side is that if you have the memory cards in a larger wallet like you probably have your lens filters this makes a great home for the wallet with out getting in to your main storage.

                    The only other awkward thing for me was the tripod straps doubling as the bag closure points. I don't have a better idea for this set up right off, but there has to be something.

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                    (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    7MDH

                    By KristopherBuck

                    from Memphis, TN

                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                    Pros

                    • Comfortable Strap
                    • Good Protection

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Daily Transport

                      Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Olive with Red Accents):

                      Great bag. I have had this bag for a number of years (3 to 4, I believe). I use it when I want to get all the kit at one time and not set the bag down (at the amusement park or when we are out and not traveling (with the family).

                      I put a D90, 70-200 VRII, 18-200 Mounted on the D90, 60 Micro G, 35 1.8 and a SB600. The 70-200 does dominate the bag, and I have to leave the hoods behind when using it and having all the lenses with me. I usually delete the 60 Micro in favor for my D40, unless I know I am shooting flora or other small items.

                      The bag sits on the shoulder well and is comfortable to carry all day, but will swing when you only shoulder it full. I usually cross shoulder carry it and it sits still.

                      I will fold the flap over on itself once to ease getting into and out of the bag when actively changing lenses. The front and flap pockets hold a fair amount of cleaning gear and filters, plus there is a small strap opening that fits a mini maglite perfectly on the outside, but tucked in.

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