Excerpt: Lots of room, maybe too much room. What was needed was something that one body, two lenses, and spare battery could be carried about. This case will hold with ease two bodies, three lenses, batteries plus charger, and flash with room to spare. The zippered flap is just right for a notebook, and spare memory chips. I can carry along a bottle of water in the spare spot for a lens to drink on those hot days.
Excerpt: Construction is solid, but for the size you would expect it to fit a lens mounted camera, but it does not and also, althought it allows internal adjustments, i cant seem to find one that i like, and i can't make it fit the mounted camera. It is big but poorly designed internally, I would not recomend it.
Excerpt: I am not certain why this bag is included with the purchase of the Canon 5D Mark III. It is a simple camera bag with little thought to design. The pocket arrangements do not seem to fit a large DSLR. I prefer the Canon Backpack bag better. There are no pockets designed for memory cards and no place for large lenses which you might want to own if you use a camera like this. The bag is cheaply made. I have already given it away.
Excerpt: I love the metal components of this bag. It's a very practical and useful bag for the price. It's a bit bulky and I don't like the velcro on the top. Every time I open the bag it's loud because of the velcro.
Excerpt: This bag came with the canon mark 5diii kit, I have several bags but like this one as a secondary bag. Everything fits snug and the quality seems very durable. Not something I would take on a hike obviously but for transporting your camera gear it fits the bill.
Excerpt: I use this as a secondary bag for B cams and audio. It's not a huge bag, but it's a very nice bag. I was able to put 2 t3i bodies, a 17-35mm, 50mm 1.8, wireless lav, batteries, SD cards, cables, and lots of extras and still had room. It is very well constructed. I can see it lasting a long time. And for the price, it's a great deal!
Excerpt: I didn't really want a camera bag when I ordered my new Canon 6D. This one came as part of a package deal from B&H. I actually bought a camera backpack at the same time as I bought my new camera and figured this one was going to be pretty much left in a closet at home. Surprisingly, this bag is large, tough and will become part of my regular travel gig bags. It's very well designed and has a lot of room. I do NOT like the metal snaps on the front but I can deal with it.
Excerpt: Most of the time, I require a suitcase sized container because of the number of cameras, lenses, and accessories I need to bring everywhere. However, there are times (mostly for pleasure) when an easy to carry bag for a camera and a few lenses is ideal. And this is my go-to bag for those situations.