Excerpt: I got this inexpensive bag for my Canon camcorder and it is just perfect to protect the camcorder while I am traveling. It holds my cables, extra battery, lamp and bracket and still some space left over.
Pros: Just Right For My Needs, Lightweight, Several Compartments
Excerpt: This bag is OK , but it just to small for all the things that go with the camera, like extra batteries and chargers, that one sometimes gets after they get the camera. It's nice for it to be small but they should think outside the bag on might say.
Excerpt: Just used it on a trip to Oregon. Survived the plane, car rides, dogs sitting on it, etc.. and protected my camcorder just fine. Only thing I wish was that it was slighly larger, an inch or so in length, to carry an extra of the large batteries.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Summary: This bag/case is a perfect size/fit for my new Sony Cybershot DSC-H50. It holds everything I need, but doesn't quite have enough room for the included Sony petal lens and adaptor ring which I wasn't expecting to find in the box in the first place.
Pros: Great construction and price, compared to other brands. It's sturdier and about cheaper than one with a Swiss logo. Pockets on the left, right, front, and inside the bag help for extra straps, batteries, flash memory, and a remote. Nice handle on top if you want to use this bag without the should...
Cons: The bag has a soft divider in the middle, but I can't imagine why. My big camera (Sony DSC-H50) fits just perfectly, but there is little/no room on the side, so the divider is basically pointless. Alternatively, if you had a smaller camera you could use the divider... but what for? Smaller camera...