Excerpt: Since I use an Olympus OM-D EM5, a micro four thirds format, this bag fits the bill. The two internal dividers have tops that fold over and support the camera, and a 12-50 mm (24-100 in 35mm terms) lens. That leaves enough room on either side for an additional lens or other item. The bag is also nicely put together and seem rugged enough for long wear. My only complaint is the elastic closures on the side pockets.
Pros: Compact Design, Construction Quality, Easy To Use, Internal Features, Pricevalue
Excerpt: I needed a bag to house my new Panasonic camcorder along with ALL accessories (chargers AC-DC, link cables to TV and computer, instruction CD's, suction camera mounts, external mic, even bag shoulder strap, etc.) I wanted to stay as small as possisble so chose the 140.It was great in design exterior and interior. Partitions well designed and easy to relocate for custom uses. Good padding and weather protection. Loved it but it was just too small.
Excerpt: Very nice high quality bag. My only minor issue is that its a little tight for my Panasonic camera. I wish the bag was a little bigger. Highly recommended for a small bridge camera such as Canon SX50.
Excerpt: The Lowepro camera bag handles very well when carrying the bag or when holding the bag to remove an item in the bag.. Its just the right size for my camera and equipment. Its very light and really doesn't add that much to the weight once loaded. I like the way the bag is made inside with the compartments on each side and the added padding for protecting my camera and equipment. As for the outside I like having the handle at the top then the strap for carrying as well.
Excerpt: Part of the "bundle", will actually allow me to protect camera and lens while hiking to & from waterfalls. Not only reduce scuffs, but allow the equipment to remain dry without carrying more stuff for that purpose.