Excerpt: I traveled to Chicago with an OM-D camera and a number of lenses for street shooting and carrying additional lenses and accessories in public buildings including The Art Institute of Chicago. I was able to effectively pack the camera body (E-M1) with a 17mm lens attached, and packed 75mm and 25mm (Voightlander) lenses, both of which are on the large side of M4/3 prime lenses.
Excerpt: Bag seems pretty small, till you realize how much one can put in it. Well made with good construction and materials, not done cheaply. I have a bigger version of this bag for a few years and liked it so much got the smaller one for when I am not needing to carry as much.
Excerpt: Using this to transport & store a Fuji X-E2 kit, consisting of Fuji XF14, XF18-55 & XF35 lenses, with a Leica 90mm Tele-Elmarit & Zeiss 50mm Planar. This bag will hold all of these but is most comfortable with up to any 4 of the 5 lenses. It is by far the best looking & best constructed bag I have ever had or seen. I anticipate many years of enjoyable & functional use with it.
Excerpt: This is a fantastic bag for a mirrorless or micro 4/3 body (I have a Fuji X-E1) with a lens attached (35mm) and two other lenses, spare batteries, filters and an iPad mini or similar small tablet. It is small, so if you have a DSLR you'll be able to get a consumer model and zoom lens attached in there but I can just get my Cannon 5D with the 17mm-40mm in there. Any larger zoom will not work attached.
Excerpt: Perfect for a Fuji X-100S, X-T1 and two lenses, memory cards and batteries. Enough for a whole day without putting your back out! The only thing I don't understand is why manufacturers think press studs on the front pockets are the best way to keep them closed. Otherwise a very high-quality bag.
Excerpt: First off, great bag use it for my Fuji X100s set up with conversion lenses and external flash and accessories.However, the cost is easily $ more than it should cost. Quality is subjective and I do not think these bags are hand made increasing costs. These bags are nice for a mirrors less camera system and sure the larger bags for DSLR's.For the cost of this bag the shoulder pad should be included!
Excerpt: Using this insert to convert a regular satchel into a camera bag for a small camera system. Will easily hold a X100s w/ wcl-x100 and tcl-x100 lens adapters plus a small flash, charger, batteries and sd cards. It's more expensive than the other inserts I've tried but very well made and worth the cost.
Excerpt: I have owned 5 Billingham bags in an effort to find the elusive "perfect bag". I finally found it in the Billingham Hadley Pro, which Is great for travel with my dSLR and a couple of lenses, or accessory gear. But I wanted a somewhat smaller bag for daily use when I only want to take my two smaller cameras, in my instance, the Canon Sl1 and a couple of lenses, or the SL1 and a compact camera.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: The bag is just the right size for the SLR camera I just bought, with eanogh room for few more things like an extra lens, cards, batarie, ect,.Love the looks and comfertable size, even though before it arived I thought it would be somewhat bigger. The price is somewhat on the high end, but the bag seem to be very well made and I hope to use it for a verylong time in all sort of weather conditions. It seems like it can do the job.