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Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack

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Product Highlights
  • For the Sony a35, a58, a65, a77, a99, a390, a500, a550L, a850, a900, and Alpha NEX-3N cameras

The Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack is designed to hold a DSLR camera, lenses, a notebook up to 15.0", and accessories. Tailor the bag to your needs using the adjustable interior dividers to custom fit your gear. The bag's padding protects against bumps and falls while its padded shoulder straps and waist band allow it to be worn for long periods of time with minimal fatigue. If you get stuck in inclement weather, simply unroll the integrated rain cover to protect the backpack and its contents. Additionally, the bag features front, side, and rear pockets for keeping accessories close at hand while a side strap keeps a small tripod or monopod within easy reach.

Padded Camera and Laptop Backpack
Store your DSLR, lenses, a 15" laptop, and accessories. Padded straps and waist band ease carrying
Adjustable Interior Dividers
Wide opening flap allows quick access to bag contents. The 4 padded dividers can be configured to provide a custom fit for your camera & accessories
Multiple Pockets
Front, side, and rear pockets accommodate accessories, cables, batteries, and more. Attach a tripod or monopod to the built-in side strap
Bright Interior Color
Cinnabar orange lining allows equipment to stand out
Integrated Rain Cover
Protects the bag during outdoor shooting
Material Polyester
Type of Closure Zipper
Compatible Cameras a35 DSLR Camera and Lens
a55 DSLR Camera Body
a58 Camera and 18-55mm Lens
a65 DSLR Camera and Lens
a65 DSLR Camera Body
a77 DSLR Camera and Lens
a77 DSLR Camera Body
a77 Camera and 18-135mm Lens
a99 Full-Frame DSLR Camera Bundle
a99 Full-Frame DSLR Camera Body
a390 DSLR Camera and Lens
a900 DSLR Camera Body
a850 DSLR Camera Body
a500 DSLR Camera and Lens
a500 DSLR Camera Body
a550L DSLR Camera and Lens
Alpha NEX-3N with 16-50mm Lens
Dimensions (WxHxD) 13.0 x 19.0 x 9.88" (33.02 x 48.26 x 25.08 cm)
Weight 3.44 lb (1.55 kg)

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SonyAlpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack
 
4.6

(based on 14 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

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89%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Adjustable harness (6)
  • Easily accessible equipment (6)
  • Roomy (6)
  • Strong construction (6)
  • Comfortable (5)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Protecting gear (5)
    • Storing gear (5)
    • Transporting gear (5)
    • Travel (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Semi-pro photographer (5), Photo enthusiast (4)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (7)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Best Sony backpack around

    Ok, I have had the backpack for a few days now and I have taken it out a couple of times. My conclusion is that this backpack is very, very well designed for...Read complete review

    Ok, I have had the backpack for a few days now and I have taken it out a couple of times. My conclusion is that this backpack is very, very well designed for it's price point. The first thing that really stood out is how large it really is. When I opened the main compartment zipper I quickly saw that I'd be able to fit a whole lot of stuff in there. I did a quick fit test and I was able to easily put my a77+VG+Sony70200 (attached), Tokina 11-16, Sony 16-50, Sigma 50 1.4, and Tamron 90 Macro in with no problems. I guess I really didn't know what I was missing because all I ever had as far as a backpack was a sling Lowepro bag. The reason I bring this up is because I would have never been able to fit some of my lenses in the LP bag standing up, however, with this Sony bag I can easily have these lenses standing up (if the backpack is flat on the floor that is) with no problems. Additionally, the top compartment seems to be able to hold 3 flashes comfortably. I only put my hvl58 in there but I kind of eyeballed it and figured I'd be able to fit my other 2 flashes in there as well. I can try this if anyone is curious. With regars to the tripod strap, I had absolutely no problems with strapping in my tripod which is a Giottos MTL 9360B and my RRS BH-40 Ballhead. The only pet peeve I had was that the strap itself has some give so that when you strap it down it tends to slip a bit. I just simply tied the extra strap around itself to keep it from sliding but it wasn't in any danger of falling. I like that it has a quick release to easily access the tripod as well. What I ended up doing was putting 2 of the legs in the strap and the last one was out, and I used the pocket to just fit one of the legs in. Again, I actually tested this out on a real shoot and it did well.Another cool feature is it has a side zip pocket to easily access your body with lens attached. When I took it out on a shoot I had my 11-16 mounted on the a77 and I was actually on the sand on the beach so laying the backpack down wasn't an option. I simply slid the backpack around and took the body out, did the shot and slipped it back in pretty effortlessly. Granted, this was a feature I had on my sling which actually encorporates this feature better because the sling is easier to slide, however, the sling itself gets super tiresome on one shoulder after a while.Which brings me to my next point. This backpack offers chest and waist straps. The waist strap is very helpful and it helps relieve some straing. Additionally, the part where the bag meets your lower back is padded very nicely and is extremely comfortable.Orange interior was surpirsingly better than my LP as far as finding equipment goes, it just stands out more than the black on black interior.The over quality of the bag is pretty top notch. Please keep in mind I only have the the LP Bag to compare but I have also seen other peoples bags and this does not seem cheaply made in any way. The only part that I didn't like at first was the dividers. I realized that they seem a lot less stable than the regular ones but I realized why they are this way, and that is because these dividers actually offer more cushioning than my LP ones. The LP ones were basically cardboard wrapped in some material with velcro. These seem to be made of some spongy material which naturally will not be as ridged as the cardboard but it helps cushion your gear a lot more. There is also a strap inside the backpack on the two top lenses compartment which would prevent a smaller lens from accidentally slipping out when backpack is being worn. It is small stuff like this that left me very impressed with the amount of detail that went in to making this bag.Overall I would highly recommend this bag to anyone considering purchasing a bag, plus it's a SONY LOGO BACKPACK! lol, we just don't get many of those these days. Let me know if you have any additional questions. P.S. I will mention this here because it doesn't directly affect the "review" above. When I was researching backpacks, and I kid you not, I spent a few months researching, I read a whole lot of comments about backpacks being so HEAVY! I always shook my head thinking, "don't these people realize that the larger the bag, the more stuff it can fit, ergo, the bag is going to weigh more?". I say this only because this bag isn't very small. I wasn't looking for a small bag so this is perfect. Keep in mind all the stuff I said I put in this bag and imagine how much that weighs, now imagine strapping the tripod in as well and you can quickly see how this bag can become SUPER HEAVY. I didn't mind, but YMMV

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    Sony Bag - Mixed review

    Owning a lot of Sony gear I kind of liked the idea of a branded bag. Maybe a silly thought. Good organization to the bag, I like how it is layer out, I've...Read complete review

    Owning a lot of Sony gear I kind of liked the idea of a branded bag. Maybe a silly thought. Good organization to the bag, I like how it is layer out, I've packed a lot of great into it. But, I am unhappy with the shoulder straps, which just don't seem really comfortable and the zippers on the bag are cheap, I worry about them holding up long term.

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    5.0

    More then expected

    By Goose

    from South Dakota

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Easy to Use

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Landscape/Scenery
      • Travel
      • Weddings/Events
      • Wildlife Photos

      Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

      I wanted a bag that would hold everything for my photography, but not so large that it would exceeded the size of airlines carry-on. I went with the Sony brand to stay true with my camera. I was very happy when I first inspected the bag, its removable padded walls, side zippered openings, backpack straps and waist belt... nothing wrong! I tailor the walls to hold my camera attacked to a 70-200mm lens, that is accessible from the side flap into the main chamber. The main chamber also holds a 18-135mm and 17-70mm lenses, a large Metz flash with 3 different types of diffusers, plus and a corner that hold 3 lens hoods, filters kits for all 3 lenses and a camera strap. The top pouch has plenty of room for all the cables and chargers and anything else you want to carry. Then the pouch for the computer is well padded and you don't feel the computer there when wearing the bag as a backpack. Even with all my gear in the bag, there is still room to add items if needed! Very happy with this purchase from B&H!!!

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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      4.0

      Well-made bag!

      By dbcraig

      from Memphis TN area

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Attractive
      • Durable
      • Very well made

      Cons

      • Large

      Best Uses

      • Travel

      Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

      Very nice bag, with excellent stitching, zippers, weather hood, and nice orange interior. It IS pretty big, but it carries a lot, including a 15" MacBook Pro.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes

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      5.0

      Fits everything!

      By Ali

      from MA

      About Me Casual Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Easy to Use
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Travel

        Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

        Wanted to be able to fit laptop, dslr camera, video recorder, lenses, and flash and it all fits! The backpack has a tall slim profile so it doesnt feel bulky or weighted down. Perfect for my needs.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • Yes

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        5.0

        Best Bag Ever!

        By Andi

        from Washington D.C.

        About Me Semi-pro Photographer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy to Use

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Sports/Action
          • Video

          Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

          Great for storing a DSLR camera body or two, several lenses (3-4+), and some basic audio gear. Tons of pockets and dividers for all your knick-knacks. And above all, fits a 15" MacBook Pro. Perfect for virtually all types of travel.

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

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          5.0

          Great bag

          By Geninho

          from Ma

          Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

          This backpack is incredible for the money, it is the perfect size, and has a great layout.
          My only complaint is the cushion on the back and on the shoulder straps do not provide enough comfort for extended wear.
          It is still the best backpack don't find for the money.

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          2.0

          Sony Bag - Mixed review

          By JRaasch

          from St. Paul, MN

          About Me Semi-pro Photographer

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

                Owning a lot of Sony gear I kind of liked the idea of a branded bag. Maybe a silly thought. Good organization to the bag, I like how it is layer out, I've packed a lot of great into it. But, I am unhappy with the shoulder straps, which just don't seem really comfortable and the zippers on the bag are cheap, I worry about them holding up long term.

                • Was this a gift?:
                • No

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                5.0

                nice backpack

                By Daniel

                from Puerto Rico

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

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

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Protecting Gear
                  • Storing Gear
                  • Transporting Gear

                  Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

                  i use this backpac for hiking with my camera and al the stuff i need, i a great backpac have evrythink i need to take al my accesories of photography

                  • Was this a gift?:
                  • No

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                  4.0

                  Great Backpack

                  By oj

                  from California

                  Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

                  The backpack is built well lots of padding. My macbook pro fits in it perfectly. Only con for me is the Sony nex 5r doesn't fit well in the camera location. Other than that 100% pleased.

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                  5.0

                  Fantastic design

                  By rlagrotta

                  from St Louis, MO

                  About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Adjustable Harness
                  • Easily Accessible Equipment
                  • Large Storage Volume
                  • Looks Cool
                  • Roomy
                  • Strong Construction

                  Cons

                  • Loaded Up It's Heavy

                  Best Uses

                  • Protecting Gear
                  • Storing Gear
                  • Transporting Gear

                  Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

                  Was looking for a carry-all case to fit and protect two DSLR bodies, a few lenses, flash, diffusers, extra batteries, and all the items that have been accumulated along the way; LED video light, lens filters, small tripod etc. This case with it's ingeniously configurable padded partitions and externally accessible compartments is exactly what I needed. It's rugged build means it will last a while and the cool looks are a bonus.

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                  • No

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                  5.0

                  Great Sony backpack for my NEX-VG900

                  By Darkside_Killer

                  from Caguas, Puerto Rico

                  About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                  Verified Reviewer

                  Pros

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

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Protecting Gear
                    • Storing Gear
                    • Transporting Gear

                    Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

                    This is a great back pack. I use it for my Sony NEX-VG900. The backpack has a great construction, it has a rain cover and too many space for aditional items.

                    In my backpack I has one Sony NEX-VG900, one Sony XR550, one Rokinon Lens 85mm T1.5 Cine, one Sony lens 28-75mm T2.8 (SAL2875), one Sony A/C for the two cameras,one 160 LED light, batteries, one Sony laptop 13.1 VGN-Z890 with A/C adapter, one portable HDD and many more things. With all things it is comfortable yet.

                    I highly recommend this Sony backpack.

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                    5.0

                    camera bag

                    By nepali photographer

                    from Oklahoma City.

                    Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

                    Great bag, very functional and eady to use.

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                    5.0

                    Great Gadget Bag On the Move!

                    By JBP

                    from Huntington, NY

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

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

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                        Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

                        This bag has been very useful for carrying my Sony SLT A77 and it's accessories. It's dividers are easily customizable to fit your gear and the quality of the bag is noticeable.

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                        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                         
                        5.0

                        Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack

                        By speedy

                        from detroit mich

                        About Me Photo Enthusiast

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

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

                        Cons

                        • None

                        Best Uses

                        • Protecting Gear
                        • Storing Gear
                        • Transporting Gear

                        Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

                        backpack camera bag bought to carry sony a99, three lenses, flash, battery chargers, verticle battery grip and other assorted items.can carry camera with 8" lens attached also front and side access to camera.everything is great about this camera bag including the price which is$ off retail.

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                        • No

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                        (10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

                         
                        5.0

                        Best Sony backpack around

                        By Rickztahone

                        from Pacoima

                        About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Adjustable Harness
                        • Comfortable
                        • Easily Accessible Equipment
                        • Roomy
                        • Strong Construction
                        • Tripod holder
                        • Well designed

                        Cons

                        • No Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Hiking
                        • Protecting Gear
                        • Storing Gear
                        • Transporting Gear

                        Comments about Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack:

                        Ok, I have had the backpack for a few days now and I have taken it out a couple of times. My conclusion is that this backpack is very, very well designed for it's price point. The first thing that really stood out is how large it really is. When I opened the main compartment zipper I quickly saw that I'd be able to fit a whole lot of stuff in there. I did a quick fit test and I was able to easily put my a77+VG+Sony70200 (attached), Tokina 11-16, Sony 16-50, Sigma 50 1.4, and Tamron 90 Macro in with no problems. I guess I really didn't know what I was missing because all I ever had as far as a backpack was a sling Lowepro bag. The reason I bring this up is because I would have never been able to fit some of my lenses in the LP bag standing up, however, with this Sony bag I can easily have these lenses standing up (if the backpack is flat on the floor that is) with no problems. Additionally, the top compartment seems to be able to hold 3 flashes comfortably. I only put my hvl58 in there but I kind of eyeballed it and figured I'd be able to fit my other 2 flashes in there as well. I can try this if anyone is curious. With regars to the tripod strap, I had absolutely no problems with strapping in my tripod which is a Giottos MTL 9360B and my RRS BH-40 Ballhead. The only pet peeve I had was that the strap itself has some give so that when you strap it down it tends to slip a bit. I just simply tied the extra strap around itself to keep it from sliding but it wasn't in any danger of falling. I like that it has a quick release to easily access the tripod as well. What I ended up doing was putting 2 of the legs in the strap and the last one was out, and I used the pocket to just fit one of the legs in. Again, I actually tested this out on a real shoot and it did well.Another cool feature is it has a side zip pocket to easily access your body with lens attached. When I took it out on a shoot I had my 11-16 mounted on the a77 and I was actually on the sand on the beach so laying the backpack down wasn't an option. I simply slid the backpack around and took the body out, did the shot and slipped it back in pretty effortlessly. Granted, this was a feature I had on my sling which actually encorporates this feature better because the sling is easier to slide, however, the sling itself gets super tiresome on one shoulder after a while.Which brings me to my next point. This backpack offers chest and waist straps. The waist strap is very helpful and it helps relieve some straing. Additionally, the part where the bag meets your lower back is padded very nicely and is extremely comfortable.Orange interior was surpirsingly better than my LP as far as finding equipment goes, it just stands out more than the black on black interior.The over quality of the bag is pretty top notch. Please keep in mind I only have the the LP Bag to compare but I have also seen other peoples bags and this does not seem cheaply made in any way. The only part that I didn't like at first was the dividers. I realized that they seem a lot less stable than the regular ones but I realized why they are this way, and that is because these dividers actually offer more cushioning than my LP ones. The LP ones were basically cardboard wrapped in some material with velcro. These seem to be made of some spongy material which naturally will not be as ridged as the cardboard but it helps cushion your gear a lot more. There is also a strap inside the backpack on the two top lenses compartment which would prevent a smaller lens from accidentally slipping out when backpack is being worn. It is small stuff like this that left me very impressed with the amount of detail that went in to making this bag.Overall I would highly recommend this bag to anyone considering purchasing a bag, plus it's a SONY LOGO BACKPACK! lol, we just don't get many of those these days. Let me know if you have any additional questions. P.S. I will mention this here because it doesn't directly affect the "review" above. When I was researching backpacks, and I kid you not, I spent a few months researching, I read a whole lot of comments about backpacks being so HEAVY! I always shook my head thinking, "don't these people realize that the larger the bag, the more stuff it can fit, ergo, the bag is going to weigh more?". I say this only because this bag isn't very small. I wasn't looking for a small bag so this is perfect. Keep in mind all the stuff I said I put in this bag and imagine how much that weighs, now imagine strapping the tripod in as well and you can quickly see how this bag can become SUPER HEAVY. I didn't mind, but YMMV

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