Excerpt: I use this camera bag to transport and protect both my Canon SX50 camera and my Canon HFR20 video camera. The bag holds both cameras securely, with enough room for both battery charging systems, and extra batteries and memory cards. I feel that it's well padded without being bulky. I did remove the waist strap, since it wasn't something that I would use, and it did add a little extra bulk. Great bag!
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Summary: I purchased a camera for my husband as a Christmas gift and knrw he woyld need a case to put it in to protect it. This fit the bill. Very padded and a lot of room for extras. He was very pleased with both.
Summary: I ordered this online with in store pick-up. When I got to the store to pick it up, it was so dusty and dirty that I refused to purchase it and had to get a refund. The camera bag had been setting out in the open unboxed and unwrapped and had been for months and was filthy dirty. I checked another one on the shelf in the store and it was the same way.
Excerpt: Got this bag for my T3i, I'm able to fit my camera with a Sigma 17-50 lens attached in the bag, along with a Senheiser MKE400, Canon 40mm Pancake lens, and Op-Tech sling strap, leaving the front pocket open for extra batteries and cards. Fits my small kit of gear, small enough to throw into another bag (fits in a standard Jansport backpack just fine), perfect for me!
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction, Water resistant
Summary: Was looking for a small bag to travel with and decided to try this one. Have a Canon 20D with standard lens and 75-300 telephoto. Bag is small and it was a very tight fit for the body and two lenses but it worked. Would prefer it being a little larger and configured correctly for lenses (you have to figure out a system for yourself) but it served my purpose.