Summary: This bag is perfect for my 30D, 24-105mm lens, flash, all my accessories, and a laptop... with plenty of room to spare. It seems super durable, the straps are comfortable and even when filled with my gear and laptop, it doesn't seem heavy. Perfect for what I was looking for.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Lightweight, Plenty of space
Summary: i needed a bag to travel with that could carry my camera a few flashes, lens and my laptop without being as large and bulky as my burton snowboarding camera bag does. This does the trick, my burton bag carries 2 bodies, 3 speedlights and 3 lens comfortably for me with a laptop but my kata(which is smaller) carries my 2 lens, my 30D with lens mounted on and 1 speedlight in the rucksack compartment and fits my laptop in the back without even looking bulky or even like a...
Summary: perfect for carting around a single DSLR, a couple of accessories and a laptop. The large laptop compartment is the best feature-- my relatively large 15.4" laptop fits in, even with a broadband modem card sticking another 1.5" out the side. I wouldn't agree with the manufacturer's description that this sack is suitable for two cameras or 2-3 additional lenses. It really isn't that big.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Fits 15-4, Strong Construction
Summary: I am a small chunky (presently) stature person so having a camera back-pack that does not extend beyond me like the rear-end of a bus is important for travel. This is snug against me and is comfortable to wear. The tripod holder is so-so when used with a small tripod...I find that the tripod flops around as I walk. Probably need to tighten straps. The popout compartment for the camera is roomy though I wish it was a little deeper.
Summary: I use this bag to transport my laptop, camera, two lenses, flash and a multitude of other pieces of equipment. There is plenty of storage for anything else you may need, ie filter, flash card, business cards, cell phone etc. I even put a small photo album, flash meter, and battery charger(just in case) in there. There is plenty of padding for your laptop and camera.
Summary: Most practical bag I ever owned. Very well built and full of little features very convenient for travelers. Another neat feature is a strap located on the backside of the pack that allows you to slide the handle of your rolling cart/bag.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strap for baggage handle, Strong Construction
Summary: After diving into the Dslr world I decided I needed a new bag. After much research I decided on this bag. Wow did I pick a winner. It holds my Olympus E-500, two lenses, my point and shoot, several chargers, my 15 inch laptop, my 66 inch tripod, manuals and various other items with plenty of room to spare. I used to carry a separate back pack and a camera bag but now its my all in one bag. It is very comfortable to wear all day on a shoot. Well balanced and well made.
Pros: Comfortable, Great Value, Plenty of space, Well built
Summary: I purchased this bag to replace a Lowepro Compurover AW bag I had bought 10 months ago. Having used the Compurover, I knew exactly what I wanted in a replacement bag. * something smaller on my 5'9" frame * something tight to the body (e.g. not jutting out like a turtle shell) * just enough room to prevent me from carrying too much gear on trips * fits in airplane overhead compartment This bag fit the bill.