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.
Excerpt: My go-to bag when on the run and I need to carry a variety of lenses, bodies and flashes. You can stuff a lot in it and they hold up to wear and tear very well for the price. My only complaint is over the last decade, Domke seems to be cutting corners by scrimping on the size.
Excerpt: I have to say that after two years of use, I'm slightly disappointed with the Ruggedwear line. It's a great bag (don't get me wrong) but compared to the original fabric, the Ruggedwear wax material is much thinner, and is already developing decently sized holes in the bottom corners.
Excerpt: Beautiful looking bag, but it is basically a rugged canvas bag with a little slightly padded insert inside for a camera and 2-3 lenses. The padding is not stiff to protect from weight, and really is more like some cotton sown into some synthetic. Everything but the protection is offered was great.
Excerpt: i've been using a small over the shoulder domke camera bag for my mamiya 7II for 6 years and loved it. i have never before purchased a camera backpack because i don't like the ripstop nylon+other synthetic material used on most.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Great looking, Strong Construction
Cons: Not enough inserts, Not enough padding, Not waterproof, Scratchy straps, Too Small
Excerpt: This is a very well-made bag that was recommended to me by the B&H sales staff. They asked me what I planned to carry in it: 5D body, XSi body, 70-200 2.8, 24-70 2.8, 16-35 2.8, a 580 flash and a bunch of accessories.
Excerpt: I absolutely love this bag! That said, it failed me after only five months. Like the other complaints listed above, my strap let go where it meets the base as well. The bag and all of my gear slammed to the ground. I then noticed that the second strap wasn't far behind.