Excerpt: For me this holds: -- 1 DSLR body -- fuji instax -- mirrorless camera -- 28mm lens -- 50mm lens -- 70-200mm lens -- flash -- batteries, memory cards, cables etc and there is still space for when I get a second DSLR body!
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: The construction of this bag on so many levels can simply not be beat (especially at this price point). It also looks great and is extremely functional. This bag is not as large as I thought it was going to be based on its description and photo. That however is on me because I could have simply measured out the dimensions before purchasing this. I would agree with other reviewers that didn't feel like 2 dslrs and 4 lenses can fit in this bag.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: I have read that somebody didn't like Domke, they thought that it was "dated." Well, this bag is a meeting of style, function, form, materials, tradition, and ruggedness. I supposed if you have been weened on nylon and cheep assembly line zippers, the "hooks" might feel like a trip to the past. However, there is a function to them. The bag "feels" natural, and this is MADE IN AMERICA, and it feels like it. Solid but soft, and this bag, is not too big and not too small.
Pros: Easily Loaded Equipment, Lightweight, Seals Easily, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I bought this bag about a year ago and have been highly satisfied with it. The construction is solid and is very well made. A lot of reviews said that it was going to be greasy/oily and that the coating would get on your gear or clothing. I haven't experienced that at all. The bag isn't greasy at all, the main and side flaps were a little stiff in the beginning but that was all I encountered.This bag holds a ton!
Pros: Durable, Easily Loaded Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Bought this to carry the Tamron 150-600. It is slightly snug when attached to a Nikon D610, but will be perfect once the fabric starts breaking in and has more flexibility. Lots of Room for accessories. I can still get at least 3 more lenses in it and probably another camera as well. Also a great bag to take out biking or hiking. Lots of room for anything you'd need and still room for your camera.
Excerpt: I've only used this bag for a short time but have flown cross country with it and have been very happy with the design, materials and workmanship. The bag is very convertible in the main compartment with easily adjustable inserts to customize space for your own needs. The abundance of external pockets (two on ends with own closures, two under bag flap and one within bag flap and one larger open pocket on the back) is very helpful for organizing.
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: My first F2 bag was bought back in 1989, and was fully loaded with all the old gear. Nikon F4's and prime lenses. Then it was loaded with fast zooms, then onto Canon Eos gear. Used this bag in the Gulf war, Desert Storm. It stood up to everything, and my gear has always been safe. 25 years later, the bag is still with me, frayed and weather beaten, but Velcro and locks all working like new. I thought it time to buy another F2, this time in Sand.
Excerpt: Very well put together bag . This is my second one built very strong and sleek looking . Holds more of my gear then I thought it would . I highly recommend this bag and this domke line of bags .