Excerpt: I keep a mirrorless camera system (Fuji XT-1) in the bag along with a zoom lens, an H4N recorder, an Apple MacBook Air and back up batteries, cables. It's a snug fit, a perfect fit. That's all in the main chamber. The bag is stylish and very easy to get in and out of quickly.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: My wife searched the internet for a bag that would fit her needs as she was investing in a relatively expensive camera. This was the bag she settled on. When we received it, she was very happy that this was the bag she chose.
Excerpt: One of the best investments I've made. I use this bag just about daily unless I'm going to a bigger shoot and need more gear. This is everything I pack into this bag: - Sony A7 w/ battery grip - 2 Lenses (35mm & 85mm) - Flash with defuser - Macbook Air 11" - Photo release forms (back pocket) -...
Excerpt: I use this for mirrorless gear. It's sneaky because it actually holds a lot of stuff, a camera body, 3 lenses, a small strobe and the other various small bits and pieces one needs. It still has left over room for a macbook pro (13") and a few little things one needs with that.
Excerpt: I own a micro four thirds camera and numerous lenses. To carry my gear, I've purchased a number of great quality bags, but I still purchased the Billingham Hadley Pro, a shoulder pad and two AVEA 5 accessory bags. Why?
Excerpt: This bag is cool, it won't fit my D800 with lens attached, but my OMD EM10 fits perfect. I carry a Tab S 10.5, EM10 with 12-42 installed, the 42-150 lens, Chargers for both and a few accessories...and still have a lot of room left to even fit the D800 body only, a 50mm by it self, and SB910.
Excerpt: This bag is so very... British. A friend of mine from Yorkshire said it reminded him of a British army satchel. It's just beautiful. It is impeccably well-made. I've bought canvas and leather goods from other makers that cost more and were not nearly as high-quality.
Excerpt: This bag is made of the finest materials and has plenty of room for most photographers. In it I carry my Olympus EM-1, the 12-40 PRO lens and the 40-150 PRO lens, the FL-600R flash, the 60mm 2.8 macro lens plus the usual extra batteries, memory cards, remote control, etc.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Relatively Inconspicuous, Relatively Light, Waterproof Wo Rain Cover, Wtrproof Wo A Rain Cover
Excerpt: Is use the Billingham Pro camera bag with a Fuji X-E2 camera, 5 lenses, a flash, extra batteries and charger, two lens filters, a lens pen, small flashlight and microfiber cloth. All this in a very compact bag that oozes quality and style. A bit pricy, but I expect this bag to last a lifetime.