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Rosewill Shine-View RDCB-12001 Black Backpack for DSLR Camera, lens and 17.3" Notebook, holds 5 extra lenses, flash, battery and charger, convenient side access doors

  • Hold 5 extra lenses
  • Hold flash, battery and charger
  • Hold most 17.3" laptop
  • Side access doors
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Holds one SLR camera with attached lens and 5 more extra lenses.
Pockets for flash memory card , battery and charger.
Back compartment for up to 17.3" laptop computer
Strap and holder to secure camera tripod
Hidden pocket for rain cover storage
Multiple pockets for small accessories
Front load cell phone pocket fits iPhone and most Smart phone
Easy access front load packet for memory card.
Adjustable lens compartments.
Side access doors to the camera compartment
U shape back cushion for better ventilation.
Removable Rain cover


Learn more about the Rosewill RDCB-12001

Model

Brand
Rosewill
Model
RDCB-12001

Spec

Type
Backpack
Color
Black
Compatibility
One SLR camera with attached lens and accessories such as 5 extra lenses, flash, battery ,charger and 1 up to 17.3" notebook
Dimensions
18.0" x 13.5" x 10.6" (HxWxD)
Specifications
Material: 1680D and 1000D

Features

Features
Holds one SLR camera with attached lens and 5 more extra lenses.

Pockets for flash memory card , battery and charger.

Back compartment for up to 17.3" laptop computer

Strap and holder to secure camera tripod

Hidden pocket for rain cover storage

Multiple pockets for small accessories

Front load cell phone pocket fits iPhone and most Smart phone

Easy access front load packet for memory card.

Adjustable lens compartments.

Side access doors to the camera compartment

U shape back cushion for better ventilation.

Removable Rain cover

Manufacturer Warranty

Parts
1 year limited
Labor
1 year limited

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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4 out of 5 eggsPretty nice bag when you want to carry everything

Pros: Large, tons of compartments.
Heavy duty steel cable main handle
Specific compartments for camera, lenses, laptop, tablet, cell phone, music player, etc
Comfortable

Cons: Hardly any compartments are accessible to the person wearing the backpack
Phone pocket is too small
Music player pocket is too small
Camera/lens dividers are not very sturdy and velcro that holds them is somewhat thin

Other Thoughts: This SLR backpack by Rosewill is pretty nice. It’s large, but has a very efficient layout so it’s not bigger than it has to be. Rosewill has thought of just about everything. There’s compartments for several lenses / flashes / bodies / etc accessible from several different flaps. There’s multiple flaps to access the SLR compartment, which is a great idea, just make sure you don’t open multiple at once for the risk of stuff falling out. The tripod strap is sturdy enough to reliably hold my pretty large, ~6 lb aluminum tripod (a Sunpak 757). The top flap has several well protected slots that are the perfect size for memory cards or flash drives.

They also included a slot for a laptop, tablet, cell phone, and music player. The laptop slot is a pretty good size, but doesn’t have a lot of padding and although it fit a 15” Macbook Pro just fine, I don’t know that I’d trust it without some extra padding (like a sleeve or something). The tablet pouch is plenty big for an iPad and nice and padded with a velcro top. The music player slot is near the top of the bag (on the inside) and actually has a pretty nifty headphone pass through cable which comes out to a down facing jack on the shoulder strap. Pretty neat idea, and the cable on the inside is long enough to reach the tablet or laptop pouches as well. The only issue is the music player pouch is a bit too small for anything larger than an iPod or so. The cell phone pouch is on the shoulder strap but seems to sit a little too high, making it a bit awkward to get at, and is very undersized considering how large newer phones are (my HTC Droid DNA wouldn’t fit, and I suspect iPhone 5 or Galaxy S3/S4 wouldn’t fit either). Even if you could cram your phone in there, it won’t be protected from the elements as rain could easily come in the side. Same with the music player pouch, it’s too small for larger sized phones.

Overall this is a great bag at a good price ($35 as of this writing). If you need to carry a camera and support equipment, you could potentially carry all of it easily and comfortably with this bag. The only items that kept it from 5 eggs was the lack of access while wearing, and the small sizes of the cell phone and media player pockets.

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4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Lots of compartments and easy storage for a lot of things. The laptop bay looks is very big and it even fits a laptop AND a tablet in the same part. There is also a little tray for an mp3 player or an ipod with a cable lead out to one of the straps where you can then plug in your headset ON THE STRAP! first time i've seen this, but i've used all but 3 offbrand laptop/camera book bags.

The main storage for your camera is on top. Here, there is plenty of little pockets for memory cards and you can even fit a few cables in one of the zip compartments. The bag says it can fit a DSLR camera with attached lens here, depending on the lens you might not be able to fit it attached.

On to the main storage where you can fill it with lenses and there is plenty of space for that. You even have access to the lens pocket from either side of the bag.

Has a neat little rain cover to protect the valuable equipment that might be inside and overall feels very tough, oh and the zipper tabs are very big not small like some bags have. I have big fingers, and it's easy to grab from whatever angle.

Cons: The lens bay can be kind of a mess. It's held together with velcro that easily removes when you load the backpack up, so be careful.

The bag i received only fits 15.6 inch laptops though the description clearly states 17.3. I could not get the latter to fit in so for that i took off an egg.

Other Thoughts: Overall a decent bag. It has a lot of pockets inside for misc things, and doesn't feel cheap.

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you for the great review.
We would like to mention that the RDCB-12001 Camera bag will fit most 17.3" laptops.
In the product picture gallery of RDCB-12001, Image 2 of Row 2, it shows the bag unzipped and a pocket that goes up half way.
That is where the 17.3" laptop should be placed. Please double check.

Sincerely,
Rosewill

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4 out of 5 eggsGood large camera bag with a few issues

Pros: Large size, side flap on the main compartment allow quick access to the lenses. Well thought out features such as cell phone pouches and a headphone jack that actually plugs into your music player and connects to your headphone via an external jack that prevents injection of water instead a hole on the size of the bag like most other bags do, also the external jack allow a much longer usable length of you headphone cord to remain outside. Lots of room in the bag and the divider in the main compartment allow flexible arranges and has Velcro straps for tying down large lenses, and other items. There are pouches, and small pockets for accessories suck media card and batteries in various location inside the bag. The main compartment should allow for a second DSLR backup body for true professional readiness. The size of the bag allow one to carry lots of gear, and would serve well as a secondary storage space for a professional setup.
The bag also comes with a rain cover to protect the equipment against severe rain, the straps are fairly well padded and comes with the additional straps that helps balance the bag when its full and prevent backache in walking trips. It also has the ventilated channel to prevent the back of your shirt to stick to your excessively when you work up a sweat carrying everything.
The zipper and the bag seems to be well made, not quite sure about the direct water resistance of the material of the bag itself, but the rain cover seems to be quite water resistant if you choose to deploy it.

Cons: This bag when compared to the Cannon bag I have seems to be designed by someone who is less experienced with DSLR and the demand of a professional user. The primary DSLR body compartment is on the top of the bag, but if you have a large pro-level body like ta cannon 1 series with the vertical grip build in, the size of the compartment is very odd that you will not be able to use mid sized lens mounted on the body when the camera is stowed. Most professional bag would allow the directly storage of a primary body mounted with a versatile medium zoom lens for quick snap shots . But with this bag, if the zoom lens is of a decent size, say a L 24-70 lens, when mounted on a 1 series DSLR, the combo would not fit directly into the top compartment due to the weird shape of the compartment. As that compartment is separate from the rest of the main compartment, you could not reconfigure the dividers to accommodate the camera body with a large lens either. On the discussion of large lens, the way the main compartment is laid out, the divider goes mostly from side to side instead of up and down like the Cannon bag I have, so if one want to carry a really large telephoto lens, there will be a problem, I'd say the largest lens that can easily be accommodated by the way dividers are laid out is probably a USM IS version of the 70-200, anything larger would be pretty tight unless additional dividers are taken out to use the whole length of the main compartment.
For my personal taste, I'd like a bit more meshed pockets for misc. items such as filters, lens bulbs, etc. , the pockets are there, they are just not large enough for multiple 72 mm filters their cases for instance.

Other Thoughts: The first impression of this bag is BOY is it HUGE, it would accommodate most prosumer DSLR and most prosumer lenses quite well, which I believe would be the primary users of this bag. I tend to review this from a more professional level needs, which may not be the bag's target audience. For a pro user, this bag lack direct water resistance, flaps over the zippers to prevent water dripping into the compartments, and the rain cover, while a good idea is cumbersome to deploy (I'd rather have good direct water resistance on the bag and have features such as overlapping zipper covers for the content protection). The size of the bag is such is more suited for a storage in the back of the vehicle with occasional backpacking use instead more for field photography use, as it try to contain so much gear that it would be very heavy to carry in practice if fully loaded with pro gears. However, if the end use if more a prosumer gear (with their relative lower weight), the versatility of the bag is very attractive, and the most probably would not run into to much water to worry about the rain cover and exposed zipper issue or issue with really large DSLR bodies as I mentioned above. I'd say for anyone intends to only carry a single body that is a canon 5D or smaller with lots of medium sized lens, this would be a great bag. For pros with multiple bodies and really large lens, you probably have to keep paying the hundreds to buy the pro level bags.
At the end, for the price of this bag and the feature it has, it is a great buy, as long as you use it properly, you would not be disappointed.

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  • Hilary P.
  • 9/22/2013 4:40:29 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
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5 out of 5 eggsHuge and Nice

Pros: large, sturdy, lots of compartments

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: The only reservation I'd have about recommending this bag is that the tripod strings most likely wouldn't support any but the most lightweight tripod. Otherwise, it's great. And huge.

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