Excerpt: Well made, sized right for my needs, but looks like something from the 1980's. Definitely not for a serious user with a lot of kit, and doesn't have a decent tripod carrier, but for general SLR use with a few lenses, it's fine.
Excerpt: This bag was included with my B&H purchase of a Canon EOS 5D Mark iii. While I didn't pick it out, I am very happy with it. If you're upgrading to a full frame camera like the 5DMiii, you're probably going to need a camera bag this size.
Excerpt: While it's not the height of refinement or innovation in camera bags, it is well built and is very versatile. I can fit a DSLR with lens plus a Rode videomic with Rycote mount and still have room leftover for at least another big lens or two.
Excerpt: If you leave a lens attached the space goes away quickly. My typical setup is a 5D with 24-70, and the 70-200 on the side- its tight. Biggest annoyance is the side opening zippers on the side pockets that leave the possibility of stuff falling out easily. Other than that looks like a well made bag.
Excerpt: The bag is nice enough but it is hardly the size to be including in a kit with the Canon Mark 5DIII. I cannot fit the body and either of my two telephoto lenses.
This kit should have been thought out a bit better.
Excerpt: I got the 5D Mark III along with the 24-205 lens.
The case came with it, and it was exactly what I needed and had expected.
not to big, not to little-just right!!
I am currently carrying my camera+lens as well as a spare camera+lens, speed light, and all the other little gadgets, and it fits all in...