Summary: I have used this for about 2 weeks, and so far so good. It fits my Kodak superzoom, and also easily accommodates a point-and-shoot in one pocket and a set of spare batteries and charger in the other. I like how the main flap opens just with a pull, but is still quite secure. Having a shoulder strap, handle, and belt loop means it's easy to hold in any situation. I am pleased.
Summary: This bag is great quality and protects the camera well! I have a Nikon D3100 and recently bought a new strap. The camera, lens, and strap do not fit in the bag when it's zipped shut. I have to leave the strap out which is annoying. I can see this coming in handy for travel but will probably need to purchase another bag if I want to bring any extra equipment along.
Summary: This DSLR case is quite small. My Nikon D70s with 18-70mm lens will not fit and neither will my D7000 with 18-105mm lens. Even if I used a non-zoom lens, this case would be too snug for either camera because the hot-shoe snags going in. The case is well made but it's just really not quite big enough for most DSLRs. Consider this case if you have a point 'n' shoot or bridge camera.
The padding available in this bag does not give enough confidence when compared with other renowned brands like vanguard and the
Praveen R, amazon.in
1 December 2014
Summary: I bought this camera bag for my Canon 60 D. The bag fits just about right for this camera (though I would have wished for a little bigger bag). There is some space available for a couple batteries and lens caps. The padding available in this bag does not give enough confidence when compared with other renowned brands like vanguard and the straps appears a bit flimsy but it does hold up well. There is no space for a second lens.