Excerpt: Fantastic bag. Using with Sony A7 outfit and three lenses. Tried other bags, but most of those designed specifically for mirrorless sacrificed functionality for compact size. I found trying to squeeze everything in a small bag very restrictive. This bag offers more depth than many small bags, but because of its slim profile, its feels like you're carrying a smaller bag.
Pros: Compact, Durable, Good Protection, Inconspicuous, Lightweight
Excerpt: I have put my D300s with Sigma 18 35 f1.8 in this bag, it's light and easy to carry. I also have put my Panasonic GX7 with kit lens , metabones adaptor and charger, this is a light kit in a light bag that wins all round.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Durable, Light, Lightweight, Looks like a satchel, Rides Close To My Body, Thin
Excerpt: This is the best bag I've found for my XPro1 and a few lenses. I already had a black one and always wanted the sand colour. However I notice Domke have made a couple of design changes compared to my old example. (1) The main strap appears to be slightly lighter weight yarn in the weave that may cut into shoulder a little more if you're carrying a bit of weight in the bag. Probably not an issue for me.
Excerpt: This bag is especially good due to its low profile shape. It can be worn comfortably over the shoulder, and remains bulk-free. I use it to carry 3-4 compact, rangefinder/mirrorless cameras (with lenses). The pocket on the back is also suited for carrying a small book or iPad/tablet. Overall, it feels durable and well-constructed.
Excerpt: I was looking around for something a bit more better looking in a camera bag. I do like the look and feel of canvas bags as opposed to the nylon bags. I stumbled upon the "wax wear" bags from domke. I loved the look of them and went to the store and fell in love with the finish even more. I love the "worn" look and as reviews have stated, I look forward to using the bag regularly to get a more work look. The size was perfect..
Excerpt: This is one of the best satchel type camera bags you can buy. It is small enough to go anywhere and yet it is suitable for carrying a range of camera gear. I bought my first F-803 back in 15-years ago and more recently I have bought another two; one is for my wife's video kit, the other is for my Hasselblad kit. The bag can also be use as a laptop bag or for a small SLR kit. Highly useful and highly recommended.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Discreet, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: I bought the it as a casual good looking bag which will do the job of carrying my iPad & a few personal accessories like chargers Etc. It served the purpose but as a bonus it has turned out to be a superb fashion accessory for myself! It turns a few heads everyday!
Excerpt: Surprised how slim the bag was yet I am able to put a my nikon DSLR and my ricoh gr v plus 2 prime lens and my flash . Amazing how everything fits , plus the canvas is a grat quality . I was so impressed I bought the domke j2 a few weeks later ! I would definitely recommend these domke bags ! Great product !
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.