Reviews and Problems with Canon 10EG Deluxe Gadget Bag
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Definitely Worth the Money
11 July 2013
Summary: I'm new to digital SLRs and only have a Rebel with 18-135 lens now, so this bag is bigger than I need. But after I buy a telephoto lens, external flash, etc, I won't have to buy another (larger) bag. For now, this bag easily fits the camera, lens, hood, spare battery, charger, cords, instruction manual, plus my original point & shoot with its extras.
Summary: I bought this bad because I am getting into dslr photography. The size of the Canon Deluxe Gadget Bag 10EG is good for me. I am able to store my Canon 60D, Canon 100-400mm telephoto lens, Canon EF 24-105mm lens, and a couple attachments inside the bag. The telephoto lens is large and takes up 30-35% of the inside. The 3 pockets are nice to because I can fit the batteries, cords, and misc small items.
Summary: Holds my DSLR with 18-135 telephoto mounted a second telephoto & a couple of standard lenses plus all the other gear I carry in a well protected fashion. No complaints it's just the right size. Well maybe one, it could have a Pentax label on it.
Summary: I am thoroughly impressed with a camera bag that hold my Canon EOS 60D with 55-250 lens, 18-55 lens and all my accessories. It is perfect and is easy to carry, either by the top handle or the shoulder strap. This was money well spent!!
Summary: It is a Canon brand, I fit 6 lenses (no telephoto fits however). The idea is not to carry all your equipment, but the basic which fits tightly in this bag. I like it a lot. It is water resistant and the strong. You can adequate to your own equipment with velcro liners inside so that the lenses remain well fit inside the bag.