Lowepro Event Messenger 100 Shoulder Camera Bag Mica
Anthony (Tony), TakeALot
17 February 2014
Excerpt: Ironically I didn't buy this bag for my camera, but rasher to use for all the gadgets I take to use when I cycle. The bag has 3 main "compartments" created by using the velcro-assisted inserts. Whilst the bag appears to be rather small, consider this: Section 1 - GoPro Video Camera & Garmin 310XT watch plus MP3 earphones; Section 2 & 3 - either Extreme Niteye cycle lights with battery packs (for self & wife if I go night-cycling) or Canon D20 waterproof camera if...
Excerpt: The Fuji X-E1 fits with the 18-55mm, 35mm, and 55-200 lenses plus a few miscellaneous items. There is no space left over, but it all fits and is a small and light package to carry around all day. The price is right.
Excerpt: I spend 2 days to figure how to fit my Canon EOS M camera,18-55 lens, 90EX flash, EFS 50-250 lens, EF-M adapter, extra battery with charger, lens caps,2-lens hoods,2 wires. I did it! little bit tight but fits perfect.
Excerpt: I purchased this bag to carry my Fujifilm X100 camera on a recent trip to Europe. The bag was a perfect size (IMHO) and allowed me to carry the camera. an external flash, a wide-angle conversion lens, spare batteries, iPhone, earbuds, and passport.<br /><br />I like the bag so much that I purchased a second bag to carry my new Fujifilm X-E1 camera.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Durable, Good Protection