Excerpt: This was purchased to house my Canon Legria HF G30 camera. First impressions weren't that good. I honestly thought I had been sold a fake product (no reflection on B&H). The nylon fabric is thin, as are the straps and the overall feel of the bag is decidedly cheap. There is a divider inside to createa 'false floor' for smaller cameras, however it is just cardboard covered in nylon and mine arrived creased so it's almost unusable.
Excerpt: I bought this bag for my Canon Vixia HF G20. It is perfect if you do not intend to buy any additonal accessories such as microphone or charger. The outer pocket seam started to fail for just a week use. I have bought a lot of canon products and this is the first I notice poor workmanship.
Excerpt: I bought this to go with my XA-10, and while I like the compact size and multiple pockets and adjustable partitions, it won't hold the camera with the handle and mic attached (even a short shotgun mic). So, I plan to use this bag as a secndary, vacation bag bag when I plan to use the camera with the built in mic. There isn't really room for a wide-angle converter inside.
Excerpt: I tried the Canon SC-2000 camcorder bag first, as this is the bag that what was recommended for my Canon Vixia HF G10 camcorder. I liked the size of the SC-2000, but didn't like the zipper mechanism. It would lock up a lot and it was a wierd "2 zipper" mechanism (you have to look at pictures of it). So I tried the Canon SC-A1000 bag and it had a much better zipper mechanism. It is a "harder" type case rather than this "soft" case, but not a big difference.
Excerpt: It's a great little camcorder bag. I carry an HFG10, extra batteries, the cables, power supply, a Tele Converter, UV Filter(s), a Shotgun Mic, a Compact Light and a few extras. Seems very sturdy. The zippers work fluidly and don't jam up.