Summary: It is ok, came with a kit, it is a minimialist approach. Do not figure to carry much more then an extra battery or 2 and a few memory cards. built well, just not much carry capacity for all the goodies that came with the camera.
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Summary: i'm an undergraduate art student and i use it to hold my SONY HDR-HC9 HDV 1080i CAMCORDER. it has pretty good quality and it's soft, durable and thick enough to prevent the camera from small damages. it has small pockets on the sides to hold an extra battery and a remote control, and possibly a couple of tapes if you stuff them in. though, if you want to put the cords and more tapes, it is too small to be convenient for that.
Summary: This was one of the recommended bags to go along with the Canon HV20 that I purchased. It is a nice bag and very durable, but much too small. The camera alone fits nicely in the bag, but there is no room for all the cords, tapes and additonal battery packs. I crammed as much as I could into the bag: power cord, one tape and one extra battery.
Excerpt: "...Aesthetics can make a difference. The Lowepro Clips 110 looks like a practical and easy to carry bag, and having done the necessary measurements online, I bought this one for around the £13 mark from amazon. It was part of a larger order, and included a number of various things, so buying it online was the easiest thing to do at the time. The only problem with this way round as opposed to buying it in the shop is that size perception is nearly impossible ...
Excerpt: Purchasing problems? Buying a camera or a camcorder can be a digital nightmare: there are so many different manufacturers, reviews, and functions that it can take ages to choose one. For me, one of the most important elements about choosing somewhere safe to store it is practicality. Choosing a camera bag doesn't need to include worrying about any technical specs or how good your footage or pictures are going to be.