Excerpt: I use this bag to carry my small cameras with short lenses. Specifically it contains a Panasonic Lumix GX1 with the Panasonic 20mm/f1.7 lens, a Panasonic Lumix GF6 with the Panasonic 14mm/f2.5 lens, and the Olympus 17mm/f1.8 lens. I use the side pouches for SD cards and batteries. The bag is small, light, compact, and rugged; just what I need for my small cameras.
Excerpt: This is a very good small camera bag for a a digital camera and accessories. Outside pockets can hold a water bottle or more accessories. This bag is too small for a Pro Digital Body and a lens. Great for traveling.
Excerpt: I have a Sony NEX-6 with 16-50 kit zoom lens, 55-210 and 33mm fixed, all of which fits very nicely into this great looking bag. It also holds my extra battery, charger & cables. I did a lot of searching for just the right bag and this is it. I also like the rubbery grip on the shoulder strap - helps to keep it where it belongs, on the shoulder. I highly recommend this bag.
Pros: Compact, Durable, Easy to Use, Great Looking
Excerpt: I really like this. I used an F-5XB for few years, this F-8 fits everything that I had in the F-5XB, but much more comfortably (without a zipper). It's perfect for a small rangefinder kit. I keep a meter in one pocket and some B&W filters on the other, and a Leica with two lenses in the main compartment. I don't really use the front pocket, but there is plenty of room to store film.
Excerpt: while i'm often tempted to take everything i can while out shooting (small tripod, flash etc) the fact is 99% of the time i shoot hand held in natural light with my m9 and a couple of spare lenses, so 99% of the time this is the bag for me. fits snugly, there are easily accessible pockets, it doesn't scream "camera bag", and there's no velcro. the one inconvenience is there's elastic inside the side pockets, which if anything inhibits putting things in and out.
Pros: Compact Design, Discreet, Professional Quality
Excerpt: I returned it because it was not quite what I was looking for. It was a little small and I found the side pockets to be a little small to be useful. It was hard to get my hand in to fish anything out. I like the Domke bags in general and own a larger one, but my two complaints would be the velcro and the metal clips that attach the strap to the bag.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Professional Quality
Excerpt: Its been a while since I owned a Domke, but upon getting a new E-X2 for around town shooting. I thought I'd give it a try again. So glad I did! Just the right size for camera and lens to drop quick in to the bag and (more importantly) pull out at a moments notice. Room for a few other items to travel light too.
Pros: Compact Design, Highly Compatible, Professional Quality
Excerpt: I was looking for a camera bag that will hold my NEX-5N with 3 lenses: 16mm, 18-55mm and 55-210mm but still be as small as possible and, while I'm at it, will look good. The Domke f-8 preforms on all of these, and I still have room for an extra battery, filters and probably the charger as well. The compartments inside the bag are attached with Velcro so they're adjustable to whatever you wanna put in there and it's waterproof! what more could I have asked for?