Excerpt: I just received my bag today so I can't comment of the durability of the bag. As far as the size and usefulness for my specific gear, suffice it to say that I was pessimistic about it being adequate once I opened the package. Once I slipped my Canon 6D with the Tamron 24 - 70mm f/2.8 in there it basically disappeared. I was stunned how my full size dslr and a rather hefty lens just slid right in there and didn't even noticeably bulge the bag.
Excerpt: Great bag for a small amount of gear. But also very surprising in that it will take two prosumer bodies with lenses attached. Generally I'll put a D600 with 16-35mm f4 lens attached, and 70-200mm f2.8 lens beside it. Plenty of room left for other bits and pieces. Good low profile bag, and in Ruggedwear should only improve with use. I did get the FA-230 insert, but as that will restrict how much goes in there, and I treat my bags fairly well, decided not to use it.
Excerpt: I have a mirrorless camera and I was looking for a smaller bag. I have arthritis and can no longer carry the bigger, heavier bags. I like to travel and it carries everything I need without all the weight. I also like how it looks. You can't really tell it is a camera bag and I feel safer and not as worried about someone stealing it.
Pros: Compact, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: Very functional, surprisingly roomy, and even better looking in person. The only thing I was worried about is the waxwear finish coming off, but this is not the case. All I can think of is that people were putting an extra coat of wax on there from the included tin but this is not necessary.
Pros: Adequate Capacity, Attractive Design, Quality Construction
Excerpt: I've been shooting since the early 70's, have owned lots of bags but keep coming back to Domkes. This bag was purchased to carry my Fuji XE-1, X100s, and Xf lenses 55-22 , 35 and 14mm. A lot more comfortable to carry and inconspicuous than my Billingham Hadley Small. I don't want to carry any more than this will hold. It molds to my hip and is easy to work out of, most bags are just too bulky.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Durable, Holds More Than You Think, Lightweight, Made in USA
Excerpt: A great little satchel that won't hit every seat as you make your way down the airline aisle. People who obsess over padded protection won't like these canvas bags but I've never had a problem. In my configuration, I put a Nikon D7000 with short zoom, speedlite SB-800, 2 primes stacked in the movable compartment, filters in the front bag pockets and an iPad in the back pocket.
Excerpt: Bag is well made. A good fit for a Leica M 240, charger/extra battery, and 2 to 3 extra lenses. I purchased the FA-230 insert for more padding and flexibility. I like the thin profile - works will for the M.