The Proper Roady Photo Sling 2000 is primarily aimed at the compact / bridge camera crowd but is also a possibility for the micro 4/3 guys and the mirrorless photographers who are using small lenses.
The Proper Roady 2000 has a small internal capacity of 21 x 13 x 8 cm which will accommodate an entry level DSLR with a small prime lens, for example this bag will hold
Canon EOS 760D with a 50mm 1.8 lens attached
Canon 24mm Pancake Lens (could also be slipped in)
A Mirrorless photographer could use this little bag for
Sony 35mm f/2.8 ZA Lens
It is unlikely however that the above photographers would be using the Proper Roady 2000, only perhaps if one wanted the smallest bag possible for their camera. This bag is mostly purchased by compact and bridge photographers.
This bag is pretty simple in design, the bag is closed by a flap that reaches over the top and closes at the front with a quick release clip. The flap covers the main compartment which is padded with soft nylex lining and includes adjustable and removable dividers.
There are 3 pockets on the Proper Roady 2000 the first is a small zipped airmesh pocket which sits inside underneath the flap, this pocket is pretty small but is ideal for memory cards and a lens cleaning cloth. The second pocket is a flat pocket on the front of the bag, this pocket sits underneath the flap and is a good place for your charging brick or spare battery’s. The last pocket is another flat pocket on the back of the bag this pocket is zipped.
The bag is lined with waterproof ripstop lining and is constructed from Crumplers usual chicken tex supreme, the back of the bag is air mesh padded.
The bag features 2 straps an adjustable shoulder strap (non removable) and a hand carry handle on the top. The shoulder strap includes an adjustable shoulder pad. Lastly a thin reflective strip is discreetly integrated on the front of the bag.
Available in colours Black, Deep Red & Grey / Black