Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack

Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack

Sony Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack

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

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Sony LCSBP3 overview

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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
UPC: 027242853553

Sony LCSBP3 specs

Features Laptop Compartment
Camera Support Strap Tripod
Compartments
Laptop Compartment Screen Size 15.0"
Exterior
Exterior Dimensions 13 x 19 x 9.88" / 33.02 x 48.26 x 25.08 cm
Exterior Material Polyester
Type of Closure Quick Release, Zipper
Water Resistance Rain Cover
Interior
Weight 3.4 lb / 1.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight 3.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 21.0 x 11.5 x 9.4"

Sony LCSBP3 reviews

Alpha DSLR Camera / 15" Laptop Backpack is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 39.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice but not well designed! Its a good looking bag in striking black and orange colors. Enough space and well padded back and straps. But I had two major concerns: a. Main carry handle to lift bag and to move about when not carried on back is sewn to a enclosure lid / cover. This means that ll the weight of the bag and contents is being carried by the zipper for that flap / cover. Handle is in the wrong place - it should have been in the area where the back-straps are fixed to the main bag body. b. It has a side strap to affix and carry a tripod - but nothing to hold the lower (or up if inverted) legs of the tripod. One side strap is not enough. One can slip one leg of the tripod into a zippered pocket, but i am sure that is merely a work-around and it was not designed with that side pocket being planned for trip leg support. I think i will be returning mine!
Date published: 2015-11-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from meh Call me crazy but I bought the bag to go with my soon to be new sony camera... I currently work with a cannon 5D M2 in a comperable Lowepro bag. I have to say the sony bag is much more bulky - the lower back rest/rain cover puts odd pressure on my lower back and there are not enough smaller compartments for things like SD cards for my taste. The bag itself looks and feels great but can easily get wighted down when you have it full (2 cameras, 2 lenses, 15 computer). I don't like the top handle mounted to the top flap - it seems like a bad design especially for a heavy bag. I could see how this might cause the zipper to fail.
Date published: 2015-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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 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
Date published: 2013-07-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good design, too big for a7r ii package Solid design and build, sturdy, great pack. However I found that the backpack is just plain too big. Its very large and the compartments are huge when trying to use this with a Sony a7r ii package. I originally purchased this to carry an a7r ii, Sony Zeiss FE 24-70, Zeiss Batis 18mm, Zeiss Batis 85mm, MacBook Pro 2017,iPad Pro 9.7 2017, two flashes, flash commander, and assorted cables. There was just too much room that I could not get things to fit securely. The depth of the compartments was easily 2x deeper than any of my items. I think this pack would work great with a larger DSLR camera. I ended up getting a ThinkTank backpack instead and am super happy with it. Much better fit.
Date published: 2017-10-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from handy dandy for the smaller sony system this is specifically for my sony gear using it for video, fits my mic, a storbe, two cameras and two lenses and nic nacs and my lap top. the tripod feature is not good, you've got to maybe slip one leg in one of the side compartments to keep the tripod from flapping around in the wind. unless someone who designed it gives me a call, i'll have to say the picture with the tripod strapped securely to the side is not really true. deal breaker, not really, i can make my glidecam rig stay put. solid construction, a bit on the bulky side, as in not stream lined. certainly not for when you go out on ninja maneuvers. but on a job, perfect fit and being orange and black, it seems to fit in ohio nicely if you are either a browns or bengal's fan.
Date published: 2015-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Bag I Have Had I have an 8 Million Dollar Messenger bag for street photography and a $300 LowePro backpack for hiking. This bag beats them both and has become my everyday goto bag. Some reviewers say this bag is a little on the larger size, but it is much smaller than my Lowepro backpack. It has side access that is more tidy than my messenger bag. The top access panel is very accessible and allows quick and easy access to small items. It is not made of 1000 denier nylon, but I do not see the need for such material. I could purchase three of these bags for the cost of the LowePro bag. You can only carry a small tripod tripod with this bag, but that is all I hope to carry. I use mirrorless cameras exclusively and this bag allows the camera with up to 5 lenses.
Date published: 2015-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Sony backpack for my NEX-VG900 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.
Date published: 2014-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Sony backpack for my NEX-VG900 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.
Date published: 2014-01-27
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