Excerpt: I spent days trying to decide between the F-3X and the F-4AF. I needed something to carry a camera body or two and a couple of lenses for special assignments. I went with the F-3X because it didn't have the two inserts which seemed to limit my layout options. I am really impressed with this bag. Instead of describing the bag as has been done in other reviews, I want to list some of my arrangements to help others have an idea of what it can hold.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I am glad I bought this bag, I carry it everywhere I go because it looks good and the bag itself is not heavy. The shouler strap is big and comfortable. However it doesn't have a shoulder pad which I would have prefer because there is a non-slip material (rubber like) on strap that goes against your body and it can pull your shirt when you try to swing the bag to the front. But that only happens if you decide to wear the bag accross your body like a sling bag.
Excerpt: I bought this bag when I upgraded my camera to the D7000 and my Nikon bag became too small for my gears. The Domke can hold my D7000, 35mm lens, 18-200mm, 16-85mm, a SB700 flash, plus all the accessories with no problem. I only have two minor issues with the bag to prevent it from getting a 5 star. 1. There is no padding on the side of the bag.(I fix that with the Domke protective wrap) 2.The bag uses a clip instead of a buckle.
Excerpt: Holds all of my gear snugly while conforming to my body. This bag does not feel like a suitcase. The build is super tough - this is a great camera bag and I look forward to the years of use it will give me.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: I got this bag in 2006/2007 from B&H - I can't remember exactly. It's still the bag I reach for when I want to go out light. I use it in combination with the Domke Post Office Shoulder Pad. The great thing about this bag is the minimal padding. For flying I use a backpack and stuff this bag into the checked luggage and use it as a day bag when I arrive at my destination.
Excerpt: It's a press and a wedding photographer's bag. A bag that's designed to be carried everyday out in the field. It's a classic looking bag yet it does not scream camera bag. It conforms to the side of your body and feels comfortable. I bought the accessory postal shoulder pad which helps when it's full. I carry mine messenger style. The only thing I did not like is the rough velcro dividers edges. It already scratched my brand new lens hood on my Canon 24-70L.
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This is a great bag for a single DSLR with 2-3 lenses. It holds odds and ends such as filters, batteries, chargers, etc. that are necessary when traveling. The strap for the bag is wide enough that it doesn't slip off your shoulder, which is fantastic. Overall, I'd absolutely recommend this to anyone!
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I use this bag whenever I go out on a shoot. It hold my Canon 60D and a couple lenses really easily. It's also great that the bag is not too flashy so people do not realize i have a large amount of money in my bag.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction