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: The Domke F-2 is a workhorse bag. A classic choice for pros and amateurs. I bought my first F-2 in the '80s and love this bag. It has everything you want from an organization stand-point. It isn't the most padded bag but it gets the job done.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I have an Olympus OMD-EM1 with- so far- 2 lenses, Speedlite, remote trigger, wireless release, various flash accessories, Lee Seven 5 filter system with 2 filters. Other accessories such as flashlights for lightpainting, manuals, extra battery.
Pros: Easily Loaded Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This one is generally a great bag in shape, tecture and function. I can carry my D600 camera with a normal zoom lens in the center pocket and 910 Flash at one side and two small fixed lenses at the other side.
Excerpt: As announced by the title, Domke f2 is an icon for professionals only flaw as all Domke is the resistance to 'water (only the j-3 is a little more water resistant) and the belt after just a few months begins to damaged, in my f-2 can enter a eos 1d 70-200 with 16-35, 50mm and flash, but the most...
Excerpt: If you want to be able to pickup easily your equipment, you must limit this bag to 1 SLR and 3 or 4 lenses. By replacing the original compartment insert I carry a VG20 Camcorder and a SLR with additional lens