Summary: This is a pretty decent backpack that is very well-made and versatile. It can be configured for either left-handed or right-handed sling use, or as a backpack. There are lots of compartments, zippers, clasps, and pockets for your gear, so much so it can be a bit intimidating at first. The only bad thing I have to say about this is that it may be a bit optimistic about its capacity once you include all of the other gear you want to take with.
Summary: After deciding I wanted a sling pack, I looked at several before finally deciding on this model. It had good reviews, and frequently went out of stock (just temporarily) so I knew it was selling well. I like the fact that I can go with one sling strap, or connect the hide-away second strap for more of a traditional backpack design. I take walking tours of Europe, and needed this feature to help me stay comfortable all day.
Summary: Great bag for transporting my equipment. I wanted it because of the tripod holder but the strongest feature is the ability to transform from a sling to a backpack. Configuration is a little weird. The zippers don't allow the middle compartment to be fully opened and you have to pick one side to take your equipment out from.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Summary: I would recommend you to try it first. It fits Nikon D700 with battery grip and 24-70 glass (hood reversed) snuggly. There is room for more glass and a flash but anything longer then 24-70 will have to be detached from the body. I am right handed and use to carry this type of bag on my left shoulder but this one works best when I have it on my right shoulder (I tried every way possible) hopefully I’ll get use to it.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Summary: I have been a bit of a bag [*] since i started shooting. i cant count the number i have had. it is very hard to find the perfect bag to fit every use. i was really looking for one bag to have with me all the time. i was working out of two bags and it was always a pain to figure out where to put my prime equipment and what to keep in the secondary bag. i carry everyday, but only the main bag.
Summary: ...but of all the ones I have tried, I hate this one the least. I actually like it a little. It is compact, versatile, and not overpriced (but expensive, like any other camera bag). The top compartment is large enough to cram a jacket and small first aid kit. In the main compartment, I have my D80 + 16-85 + 70-300VR + SB800 x2 + SB28, 2x Pocketwizards, cleaning kit, and 3x filters.
Summary: Très bon sac à dos pour mettre papiers personnels et un reflex + un objectif. (Difficile d'en mettre un deuxième par contre...). En plus le sac est discret. On ne peut pas deviner qu'il contient un appareil photo. Les multiples ouvertures sont faciles d'accès et l'appareil peut être sorti rapidement sans problème. La garniture anti choc semble suffisante et les scratchs modulables permettent de bien caler les objets à l'intérieur. Bon produit. Pratique et discret.
Summary: Sac astucieux,bien fini,paraissant robuste.Le compartiment du haut( pour effets personnels)peut contenir le K-way de Dany Boon et une petite réserve de rosé bien français:ce qui est bon pour le moral et la qualité poétique des clichés.