Excerpt: I've got lots of Domke's going back to the 1990's. I've packed them extensively through many parts of the world including places that are quite hard on camera bags. Many show wear but none have worn out.Recently I wanted to reduce my back load and decided to go with the Fujifilm X-T1 with the...
Excerpt: I use this bag to carry my FujiFilm X-E1, extra memory card and battery, lens pen and lens hood. Bought it so i may expand to a second lens. It is very well made and should outlast the camera.
Pros: Light Color Keeps Camera Cool, Strong Construction
Cons: Loud Velcro Open Pockets, Loud Velro Open Pockets
Excerpt: Just what I needed for my Sony NEX 6 and 3 lens outfit. I keep the 18-55 on the camera and it holds the 16mm pancake and telephoto zoom. You can either zip it or use the velcro flap to secure things. The shoulder strap doesn't slip off.
Excerpt: I wanted a small camera bag to fit my Canon EOS M. This fit the bill perfectly. I carry the Camera 22mm kit lens, 50mm 1.8 MKII with Ef adaptor mounted to it. 2 xtra batteries and 3 xtra media cards, lens mount cap, rocket blower and lens cleaning rag all in this small bag.
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: A good, but not great design. It holds my Fuji X100s, extra batteries (several), and the usual odds and ends (glasses, filters, cell phones..._) It would be a bit better design for my use if you could silence the Velcro (ala Think Tank) and if the front pockets were taller, so they would hold...
Pros: Comfortable, Excellent Value, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Cons: LOUD velcro, Pockets Too Shallow, Pockets To Shallo