Excerpt: It's a good bag overall, but when it says it can hold 6-10 lenses, apparently that means small lenses only. It doesn't handle my 70-200 very well at all. I'd buy a bigger one if you plan on using any lenses much larger than a 16-35.
Excerpt: Have tried several bags but none function as well as the Domke F2. Quick, easy access to your gear. No need to dig for a lens or flash just do a quick pick and get to work. Rugged construction and comfortable to carry.
Pros: Easily Loaded Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I have had my F-2 for a couple of years - it has travelled worldwide with me. After constant use the nylon is beginning to fray. The velcro closures are pulling the ballistic nylon and creating "bird nests" all over the front of the bag.
Excerpt: Going to a Sony Mirrorless A7II system has allowed me to go back to my all-time favourite bag the Domke F-2. It just works with the FE lenses and smaller camera bodies. Its a class that is perfect in today's mirrorless world.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Just got back from a trip where I used this on the beach, in the woods and on a boat in situations where I needed to be able to take extra stuff. I love this bag, it fits everything I could possibly need, along with an iPad and an extra shirt fits in the side pocket.
Pros: Easily Loaded Equipment, Lightweight, Seals Easily, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This is a great bag and i dont need to reiterate its great features. However, I want to point out two fatal flaws are (a) not weather proof and (b) two front metal latches. I got caught in the middle of a nasty thunderstorm on location in China a few years ago,and my F2 was soaking wet inside out.