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MindShift Gear PhotoCross 13 Sling Bag (Carbon Gray)

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MindShift Gear PhotoCross 13 Sling Bag (Carbon Gray)
Key Features
  • Holds DSLR and 2 to 4 Lenses
  • Accommodates 70-200mm f/2.8 Lens
  • Internal Pocket for 13" Laptop
  • Padded Touch-Fastened Interior Dividers
The carbon gray PhotoCross 13 Sling Bag from MindShift Gear is a camera bag that can fit up to a medium-sized DSLR along with two to four lenses, including a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens.
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MindShift Gear PhotoCross 13 Overview

The carbon gray PhotoCross 13 Sling Bag from MindShift Gear is a camera bag that can fit up to a medium-sized DSLR along with two to four lenses, including a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens.

Designed to fit snugly against the body, the PhotoCross 13 can be rotated from one's back to front for easy reach to its camera compartment. Access to the camera compartment is then provided by a top-facing zippered panel with a 180° upward opening. Along the inside of that zippered panel are two zippered, mesh organizational pockets which can be used to store and organize camera batteries, memory cards, or small electronics. Within the camera compartment and towards the side of the sling bag that rests against the wearer is a slip pocket with room for a 13" laptop computer, while four adjustable and removable dividers allow that compartment's space to be configured according to the specific camera equipment placed inside.

Also accessible when the PhotoCross 13 is rotated from back to front, is a zippered pocket located in between the camera compartment and the sling bag's front panel which faces away from the wearer. This pocket can be used as a convenient space for books, notepads, snacks, or packable clothing; and its zipper, like the camera compartment's zipper, includes a large, T-shaped pull. When those zippers are both in the closed position, their pulls are adjacent and can be looped together, further securing the contents of the entire sling bag.

In addition to being worn across the body, the PhotoCross 13 can be carried using its built-in top handle as well as its built-in side handle. This sling bag's adjustable, padded shoulder strap rests on the wearer's left shoulder, extends down the torso, and connects to a stability wing that rests over the wearer's right hip. The stability wing helps to more comfortably distribute weight, and like the shoulder strap along with sling bag's outside rear surface, features a resilient, breathable 3D mesh padding. The padding cushions the wearer, and its elevated structure optimizes air circulation, minimizing perspiration in warm and hot environments.

For an enhanced fit, a tuck-away waist belt is included. When used with the shoulder strap and stability wing, the waist belt helps to form a three-point harness that prevents the sling bag from unintentionally shifting around the wearer such as when traveling over rough or very uneven terrain. Along the PhotoCross 13 opposite its side handle is a large, stretchable pocket that can hold a 32oz water bottle, which can be secured using the cord lock on the pocket's rim.

Featuring a durable nylon and polyester construction, the PhotoCross 13 is built to be weather-resistant and includes a seam-sealed cover for use under heavy rain. Six gear loops along the surface of the sling bag allow for extra items to be clipped or tied to the PhotoCross 13. One pair of gear loops is located above the stretchable side pocket, and two pairs of gear loops parallel each other on both sides of the front panel along its top and bottom. Dual compression straps are provided and can be clipped onto the gear loops so they cross the front panel, allowing larger items such as a tripod, monopod, trekking pole, or folded apparel to be fastened against the PhotoCross 13. The stretchable side pocket can also be used to hold a tripod, monopod, or trekking pole; any of which can be secured under one of the included compression straps affixed to the gear loops positioned above the side pocket.

  • Sling camera bag designed to fit snugly against the body and can be rotated from one's back to front for easy reach to its camera compartment
  • Camera compartment fits up to a medium-sized DSLR with two to four lenses, including a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens
  • Four padded, touch-fastened removable dividers allow the camera compartment's space to be configured according to the specific equipment placed within it
  • Access to the camera compartment is provided by a top-facing zippered panel with a 180° upward opening
  • Two zippered, mesh organizational pockets along the inside of the camera compartment's zippered panel can be used to store and organize camera batteries, memory cards, or small electronics
  • Within the camera compartment and towards the side of the sling bag that rests against the wearer is a slip pocket with room for a 13" laptop computer
  • Four adjustable and removable dividers allow the camera compartment's space to be configured according to the specific equipment placed inside
  • Quick-access pocket between camera compartment and front panel of sling bag provides a convenient space for books, notepads, snacks, or packable clothing
  • T-shaped pulls on zippers for camera compartment and quick-access pocket can be looped together, further securing both the sling bag's contents
  • Carry options include built-in top handle, built-in side handle, and adjustable, padded shoulder strap that rests on the wearer's left shoulder, extends down the torso, and connects to a stability wing that rests over the wearer's right hip
  • Stability wing helps to more comfortably distribute weight
  • Resilient, breathable 3D mesh padding along the sling bag's outside rear surface, shoulder strap, and stability wing
  • Mesh padding cushions the wearer, and its elevated structure optimizes air circulation, minimizing perspiration in warm and hot environments
  • Tuck-away waist belt enhances fit, that when used with the shoulder strap and stability wing, helps form a 3-point harness which further prevents the sling bag from unintentionally shifting around the wearer
  • Stretchable pocket with cord lock holds a 32oz water bottle
  • Gear loops allow for extra items to be clipped or tied along the sling bag's surface
  • Included compression straps fasten larger items such as a tripod, monopod, trekking pole, or folded apparel against the sling bag
  • Durable, weather-resistant nylon and polyester construction
  • Waterproof bottom panel
  • Seam-sealed cover for use under heavy rain
UPC: 819865014226

MindShift Gear PhotoCross 13 Specs

Key Specs
Color
Gray
Carry/Transport Options
Handle, Sling Strap, Waist Belt
Type of Closure
Zipper
Laptop/Tablet Compatibility
Single Compartment: Fits 13" Laptop
•Up to 13 x 9.1 x 1" / 33 x 23 x 2.5 cm
Water Resistance
Rain Cover
Dimensions
Exterior
17.7 x 12.6 x 7.1" / 44.96 x 32 x 18.03 cm
Interior
14.2 x 9.4 x 5.5" / 36.07 x 23.88 x 13.97 cm
Weight
2.4 lb / 1.1 kg
Carry/Transport Options
Handle, Sling Strap, Waist Belt
Type of Closure
Zipper
Laptop/Tablet Compatibility
Single Compartment: Fits 13" Laptop
•Up to 13 x 9.1 x 1" / 33 x 23 x 2.5 cm
Stand/Tripod Holder
Yes
General
Water Resistance
Rain Cover
Maximum Volume
2.9 gal / 11 L
Materials
Exterior: Nylon
Dimensions
Exterior
17.7 x 12.6 x 7.1" / 44.96 x 32 x 18.03 cm
Interior
14.2 x 9.4 x 5.5" / 36.07 x 23.88 x 13.97 cm
Weight
2.4 lb / 1.1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
2.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
16.9 x 10.9 x 8.4"

MindShift Gear PhotoCross 13 Reviews

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Can I fit a Sony A7Riii with a camera grip and ...

Can I fit a Sony A7Riii with a camera grip and the 70-200gm 2.8 (lens hook reversed)on the camera vertically into this bag? I also have the Sony 24-105 f4, and Sony 16-35 GM 2.8 that I want to carry in the bag. Currently I have the Thinktank Turnstyle 20 v1.0 and I can't do this with that bag.
Asked by: Jonathan
This big would be too small for all your gear.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-01-19

Will this fit a Canon R6 (no battery grip) with ...

Will this fit a Canon R6 (no battery grip) with attached Sigma 150-600?
Asked by: Tammy
Perhaps, but it would be tight. You would have to place the body with the rear down exposing the LCD to potential impacts. I purchase mine for other applications. My suggestion is the Thinktank DIGITAL HOLSTER 150. It is less expensive, lens is down, it will accommodated any DSLR body, gripped or not and you can include an attached extender. A much better solution.
Answered by: Peter
Date published: 2021-06-12

Will this have room for a 24-70f4 or 24-120 f4 if ...

Will this have room for a 24-70f4 or 24-120 f4 if I carry my z6 attached to a 100-400mm S?
Asked by: Paul
Although the Think Tank PhotoCross 13 Sling Bag can hold a Nikon Z6 with a 24-70mm or 24-120mm lens, it cannot accommodate a Nikon Z 100-400mm lens.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2023-01-02

Will a Fuji X -T5 attached to the 150-600mm lens ...

Will a Fuji X -T5 attached to the 150-600mm lens fit in this bag on end with the lens hood reversed?
Asked by: Annette
Yes, it will fit with the lens attached.
Answered by: David B
Date published: 2023-05-05

Will this fit a Nikon D850 with a 70-200 2.8, a ...

Will this fit a Nikon D850 with a 70-200 2.8, a 15-30 2.8, and a 24-70 2.8 in the bag? or is it going to be cramped? Otherwise Ill go the Photocross 15 backpack.
Asked by: Patrick
It will fit that combination , one lens attached to the body and the other two on the sides
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-02-11

Has anyone used this bag after using a Lowepro ...

Has anyone used this bag after using a Lowepro Transit 250 bag? I am thinking of getting something that will hold slightly more than the Lowepro bag I have. I don't have a lot of gear, but do have a DSLR, 70-200 lens and walkabout lens, plus a hood. The Lowepro is rugged and very nice working, but it doesn't have a way to carry a water bottle, and there's not much room for cramming in a rain jacket, book (unless I can fit it in place where small laptop goes) or whatever. So I'm trying to get a sense of just how much space there is inside, how well partitioned the inside is, and what outside dimensions are.
Asked by: Ruth
The interior camera compartment on the Photocross 13 is 9.4 x 14.2 x 5.5" versus the interior measurements on the Transit Sling 250 AW which were 8.7 x 4.3 x 14.2". That being said, you’re gaining a bit more space in the width and depth by going with the Photocross 13. In terms of the outer dimensions, the Photocross 13 measures 12.6 x 17.7 x 7.1" while the outer dimensions of the Transit Sling 250 AW were 10.0 x 6.7 x 16.9" .
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-03-20

Will it fit a Canon 80d with a 16-35 f2.8, a ...

Will it fit a Canon 80d with a 16-35 f2.8, a 24-70 f2.8 and a 70-200 f2.8 all from Canon? Thank you.
Asked by: Marco Antonio
Yes, it will hold your gear.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-01-28

what's the best padded shoulder strap for this ...

what's the best padded shoulder strap for this bag? Can i attach the peak design capture clip? will it fit a Sony rx 10?
Asked by: Mohit
The strap is already padded and will accept the capture clip and the RX10.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-12-01
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