Excerpt: Finding a great bag is much harder than it should be but Domke f-6 is as close to a perfect bag as you can get. It's well maid, feels good on your shoulder and it fits a lot more gear than you'd think given its size. For an analog photographer like me, it's a perfect balance between size, quality and weight. It's a great walkabout bag.
Excerpt: I do a lot of Street Photography ... I use a Canon 1D4 (not exactly a standard camera of this type of stuff, but it works well) I usually have either a 16-35 2.8 or my 24-105mm lens. Thats it - just my camera and one lens. All I wanted was a small bag that would hold the camera with lens attached - with maybe a little space for a cleaning kit. I keep the camera on its side with the right side grip upward, so I can easily grab it.
Excerpt: Great well made bag to carry a small SLR gear on an urban trip or daily usage. Could have better interior arrangements, in comparison to other bags available in the market. However, due to its construction quality and usage confort, I highly recommend this bag.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I wanted a bag big enough to carry my new gear, but lite and very easy to get to the gear. I invested lately into the Fuji X system with the X-E2, four lens, plus accessories and I had to decide between the F2 and F6. I chose the F2 from Domke and I'm very happy about it. It fits perfectly my gear with the center units for my lens and the camera on the side and the extras easily fitting. The whole gear is very lite and the gear is very accessible.
Excerpt: This has been my main camera bag for about eight years now. I've owned many bags over the years but none have been as inconspicuous, as comfortable or as plainly useful as this one. I use a Domke F-5XB when I want to travel super light and carry just one 35mm body and one or two lenses. When I want to carry a bit more than that, this is what I reach for. It can easily accommodate two RF or SLR 35mm bodies on either side and up to four lenses in the slots.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I have a larger Billingham bag that I use for larger cameras on travel jobs, but for light, day-to-day work, this is the one I end up with. Very compact, and even flatter and unobtrusive when carrying only a small camera and an extra lens, it's perfect for walking at speed while shooting street. Also, a book or notepad fits well in a front pocket or back sleeve, and so it's ideal for travel...
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded