Peak Design Everyday Sling 5L vs 10L

4 months 1 week ago #629844 by Happy Hour
I'm looking to get some personal opinions on either the 5L or 10L Everyday sling from Peak Design. I want something that will carry camera body with lens attached, and ideally 2 other lenses. I was looking at Lowepro, but today read an article talking about this company and I see they make these slings.  

Can you share any opinion you have of either of these bags, and if you know from a size standpoint which will hold what I need, that would be great.  Thank you!


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4 months 5 days ago #630187 by Scott Klubeck
Got the 10L, can't comment on the smaller one.  I can fit body with lens and 2 other lenses in this bag  Very well designed.  


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4 months 4 days ago #630370 by Ian Stone
5L is more for carrying a drone around with you.  


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4 months 1 day ago #630911 by Overread

Ian Stone wrote: 5L is more for carrying a drone around with you.  


:agree: DJI Mavic drone is all about you will fit in there. 


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3 months 4 weeks ago #631270 by Ian Stone

Overread wrote:

Ian Stone wrote: 5L is more for carrying a drone around with you.  


:agree: DJI Mavic drone is all about you will fit in there. 


Unless DJI has something clever coming with the Phantom 5!  


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