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This new Value Pack includes a newly designed D-SLR travel case and the new "Better Pictures in 5 Minutes" DVD.
Better Pictures in 5 Minutes
The Better Pictures in 5 Minutes DVD included in this Kit offers easy tips for taking and sharing great D-SLR pictures and movies. Topics covered in the DVD include focus controls for sharp images, using apertures creatively for depth-of-field control, shooting moving subjects, making movies, sharing your images, and accessorizing with additional lenses and Speedlights for creative photography and movies.
Newly Designed D-SLR Travel Case
Kit includes the Nikon School DVD "Better Pictures in 5 Minutes" and a travel case that can easily accommodate a D3100, D3200, D3300, D5100, D5200 or D5300 camera, lenses, Speedlights and other accessories.
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Great package deal! For all the stuff you need to go with your camera and more! you need this package. I was shocked at all the items included in this package deal. I would recommend and will recommend this camera and package deal to my friends and family! December 9, 2012
Pretty nice case I just purchased the D5100 camera and this case. The size is excellent where I am able to store and maintain everything in one place. It is also well padded to protect my camera. I highly recommend. The "Fast, Fun & Easy" DVD that came with the case is outstanding! June 4, 2011
Very Nice Accessory I got this case and DVD set along with my new D3100 camera. The case is very nice. It holds the camera with extra lens and hood with a little room to spare. It also has two zipper pockets to hold little stuff. The tutorial DVD is also nice. It gives an introduction, with examples, to the many camera shooting modes. This information is all available in the printed guides, but a lot easier to absorb from the video. December 19, 2010
This product needs 1 thing! Great overall case. Nikon if you are reading this, you need to add a velcro strip to the top of the case and the body. This will prevent accidental spilling of the camera to the floor if you inadvertently lift a non-latched case. I never done it, but seen it happen. I added velcro to mine. May 12, 2011
Nice case but not for larger FX format cameras I was looking for a case for my new D800. This case doesn't seem large enough, especially if you add a battery grip. I'm surprised Nikon doesn't offer a larger version bag for camera & 2 -3 lenses. May 8, 2013
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How do you set case up

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Make sure when setting up the camera bag that the camera is secure between the dividers. The dividers can be set up to personal preference.
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What are the exact dimensions of the case?
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Size in Inches (L x W x H): 12.0 x 6.5 x 8.5
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