Summary: Just got the bag and its a bit small. I am not a big guy about 5' 7' about 170-180 lbs and the bag looks a bit dainty. Kinda wish I had bought the 200 so think of the uses prior to purchase. For 20 more buck you get a little bit more room but don't risk looking like a sissy. But on a serious note, the only thing that extra room will do is allow you to fill it up. The size of the bag is perfect for 3-4 hour hikes and or city touring.
Summary: relatively comfortable,the straps are a little bit uncomfortable. fits only a small flash or an extra small lens plus the camera. the memory card pockets are very small and don't fit the card with the card case. Other than that it is a very good beginner case.
Summary: I recently purchased this pack to carry with me through Spain, and I am very happy with my purchase. Let's start with the good: + Small, narrow, sits comfortably in the middle of the back with the bulk of the weight at the bottom. This makes packing this bag around all day long very easy and comfy. I walked 5+ miles at a time through San Sebastian with it on my back the whole time and never felt like it was uncomfortable. + 2 compartment design is wonderful for travel.
Excerpt: I bought this backpack beacause I need something small to carry my gear everytime I go for shooting and also when I gor for travelling. It is small, the comfort on teh shoulder is great. The upper part can be used to carry some personal stuff (to give you an idea it can contain something like 5 cans of coke).
Summary: I had this bag for 1.5 years, and 1.0 years of shopping led me to 1 regretful purchase (Lowepro AW 160 -- too heavy on the shoulder) and countless hours of shopping for a lightweight & affordable bag. Plenty of other reviews that praises this bag, so nothing to see here... move along. A little known secret is that you can actually fit a Canon EF 70-200mm f/4 L IS USM Lens for Canon Digital SLR Cameras (+ hood reversed) horizontally in the top section.
Summary: This pack is great. I've been looking around for a good pack since I bought the camera. It fits our D3000 perfectly. It got a little frustrating at the theme park because we had to keep opening it to have it checked, but had it down to a science by day two. This pack is great. It has plenty of room for what little gear we have plus some. Couldn't be happier.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Roomy, Strong Construction
Summary: Really easy to store and remove the camera and lots of additional space for such a small back pack. I can fit my Canon 450D + Sigma 10-20 with hood plus an additional lens. It's very comfortable, light and well built. I really recommend this for carrying this type of camera / lens set.
Summary: We recently purchased a T1i and were looking for a bag large enough to carry an extra lens, charger and a few filters and this bag is nearly perfect. We recently took our kids to Disney and found the top compartment was large enough to hold park passes, sun block and a few other small items we required. It is very light - we hardly noticed as we carried it through the parks. It was easy to open while going through security and is a great bag!
Summary: Ive had the Lowepro Fastpack 100 for a month now and just love it! It fits my Nikon D90 just right, even with my longer lens attached. Its a tight fit, but everything fits in the camera section: camera, extra lens, charger. The space on top is enough for personal items, I even put a small traveling purse in there and a light sweater. (If you had another bigger lens in a padded sleeve, you could store it in this top section, no problem).
Summary: I have the larger LowePro FastPack that enables me to carry a computer too. Great for business trips or international travelling where I just need something safe to carry both those items in. However, due to the padding for the computer compartment. It just makes the bag feel too bulky. I previously had a smaller Tamrac Adventure bag which I sold after I started using this bag. The Tamarac bag felt great.