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Surprising purchase

Case Logic Luminosity DSA-101

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Before my trip to Southern California last week I wandered into Bimart looking for a more portable tripod I could take with me. They didn’t have one, but I noticed this Case Logic “Action Camera Bag” on sale for $5. Having recently purchased the Case Logic DCB-309 SLR Camera Backpack to replace my broken Lowepro, I found I needed something smaller for hiking, biking, walking around, etc. Don’t get me wrong, I love the DCB-309. I was able to fit my Nikon Z50, two lenses, four days of clothes, laptop, chargers, water bottle, etc. in it for my trip and not check any bags. However, it isn’t convenient for shooting as it isn’t a sling bag. Also, I have a bad back and would prefer not to have a backpack on for an extended period of time.

That’s where this $5 purchase came in super handy and is totally changing the way I can travel and shoot. First it weighs next to nothing and can easily fit into a pocket, backpack, etc. The photos on the package make it look like it is only good for a GoPro or something. Not true. In fact, I can fit my Nikon Z 50 with 16-50mm Lens Attached, 50-250mm lens, water bottle, and lunch in this thing! It also fits my D500 with 24-120mm lens attached. Opening or closing this bag takes just a split second. The bag comes with a carabiner clip so you can attach it to anything (belt buckle loop, backpack, bike handlebar, etc.) I love this. It works so much better than even a sling backpack in terms of easy access, weight, and mobility. I like it much more than having a camera strapped around my neck as well.

I used the Case Logic Luminosity DSA-101 Action Camera Case yesterday during a long museum visit with great success. No backpack, camera hanging around my neck, or nuisance when not in active use. Extremely easy to have my camera at the ready when I wanted it. Amazing.

I feel like my life has been changed for $5. How often does that happen? You may have to pay a few more bucks than $5 for yours, but this item is worth much more than the less-than-$10 price.

Here’s another thing… even if you don’t need to bring your camera someplace, what if you don’t have enough pockets and want to avoid a backpack? Let’s say you are going on a hike, to a museum, or on a bike ride. You can use this to carry your cell phone, lunch, and bottle of water. Simply hook it to your bike or belt loop.



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