OverBoard Pro-Sports Waterproof SLR Camera Bag (Black/Gray)

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OverBoard Pro-Sports Waterproof SLR Camera Bag (Black/Gray)
Key Features
  • Holds Pro-Sized DSLR Camera System
  • Waterproof for Quick Submersion
  • Floats for Rapid Retrieval
  • Thinly Padded Walls / Welded Seams
The black and gray Pro-Sports Waterproof SLR Camera Bag from OverBoard is rated to hold your pro-size DSLR system for quick submersion to a depth no greater than 3'. The bag is designed to not only protect your gear from water, but also from dust, dirt and sand. If dropped in water, it floats for easy identification and retrieval. The bag is made from 600D polyvinyl chloride tarpaulin with welded seams and a padded base for additional protection when placed on the ground. The thinly-padded walls provide scratch and minor bump protection.
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OverBoard OB1104 Overview

The black and gray Pro-Sports Waterproof SLR Camera Bag from OverBoard is rated to hold your pro-size DSLR system for quick submersion to a depth no greater than 3'. The bag is designed to not only protect your gear from water, but also from dust, dirt and sand. If dropped in water, it floats for easy identification and retrieval. The bag is made from 600D polyvinyl chloride tarpaulin with welded seams and a padded base for additional protection when placed on the ground. The thinly-padded walls provide scratch and minor bump protection.

The interior has a large storage space and two elasticized mesh accessory pockets. As there are no interior dividers, gear should be packed in individual wraps prior to storage. The light gray interior helps you locate items in low lighting. The exterior includes four D-rings on which you can attach optional items. The front includes a reflective patch for more visibility when walking at night.

The bag is sealed using OverBoard's Fold Seal System. Roll the top down four times and secure with the two snap couplers that, once connected, will create a carry handle. Basic portability is via the two adjustable and removable shoulder straps that can be worn in front or back. Should the bag become soiled, it can be readily wiped clean.

OverBoard OB1104 Specs

Carry/Transport OptionsBackpack Straps
ColorBlack, Gray
Type of ClosureRolltop with Quick Release Buckle / Hook & Loop
General
Maximum Volume3.7 gal / 14 L
MaterialsExterior: PVC Tarpaulin
DimensionsExterior
15 x 9.8 x 7.9" / 38.1 x 24.9 x 20.1 cm (Top)
15 x 5.9 x 7.9" / 38.1 x 15 x 20.1 cm (Bottom)
Weight1.3 lb / 0.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.9 x 15.6 x 1.8"
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Hi, I am interested in this bag as a camera/day bag. I have a Nikon D700 with either a 28-105 or 24-70 2.8 lens. I was wondering how much space is left over after the camera is in the bag? It is hard to get an accurate idea of space solely by volume in liters due to the necessity of rolling the top as well as the foam padding. A review video or pictures of this in action would be perfect. If not, if someone would be able to let me know if this bag would hold other items as well as my camera. Thanks!
Asked by: Anonymous
This camera bag is open inside without any kind of dividers, and the amount of space that remains is dependent on which lens you choose to attach to the camera. Generally speaking, the Nikon 24-70 f/2.8 and D700 body will take up all of the depth of this bag, as this combination is eight inches long, and this bag's depth is about the same measurement.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2019-03-14

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How compact will this fold down when not in use? I'll haul my gear in with my main backpack but looking for a wet bag for Zodiac excursions.
Asked by: Ken
about 6" square
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Will the bag still float while holding 12 pounds of gear?
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It will not be able to float with 12 pounds of gear in it.
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Will this bag fit a Nikon 850 with grip and a Nikon 200-500mm lens?
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Will this bag fit a nikon Df with the 200-500mm lens attached?
Asked by: Deborah G.
Yes. I use it for a D750 with the 200-500 lens. The Df body is slightly smaller than the D750, so it should fit just fine.
Answered by: William S.
Date published: 2019-04-07

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I want a compact holster type bag for a Nikon D7100 with the Tamron 150-600mm with hood attached. I measured it to be 16.5 all together in length. Will this bag work? I already purchased a bag that reviews said would work and it is not even close so would like to get it right this time.
Asked by: Chad
No. I use the bag on kayak trips for a Canon 5D Mark III and Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L USM lens. The setup is 13 long and fills the bag. Anything longer would not allow you to sufficiently roll down the top of the bag--not worth the risk to your equipment.
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