Excerpt: This a well designed bag, but best for a mirrorless camera or a small DSLR. The insert designed to fit on the grip side of the camera barely leaves enough room to zip the bag once the camera is positioned.
Excerpt: Was a little smaller than I thought but I wanted a bag for street photography. Eventually I will go mirrorless, but right now using a 5D and I like how it forces me to consider what take with me.
Excerpt: I suppose this back pack is functional and it does hold a DSLR camera.It's a little small for my taste and the shoulder straps are very awkward.The whole experience has been awkward and it just goes to show it might be better to try things on before you purchase them.
Pros: I Like The Red On Gray, Perfect For One Camea, Room for accessories
Cons: Strap Design Is Awkward, This Pack Is Very Tiny, You'll Want A Larger Pack
Summary: The bag is nice. It has plenty of room for accessories but not much room for camera and lenses. I have three lenses. They all fit but it's tight. There's really no place to put filters or lens hoods where they won't slide around inside.
Excerpt: My second review. Realized what was missing from this bag I needed enough to get a different bag. I've owned Slingshot 100 and 200 but wanted 2 straps to ease the load of the ever growing gear. I tried the Kata 3n1-10, it was shoddy material and construction. Got the Fastpack 100.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment
Cons: No AW cover, No comfortable handle, No Tripod Holder
Summary: le tissus est très résistant, les couleurs peu salissantes. Le sac vide est léger, sans doute grâce à son encombrement réduit. Le compartiment supérieur utilisable pour transporter tout et n'importe quoi est très pratique et isole l'appareil photo de liquide ou poussières qui pourrait couler.
Conclusion: Hållbarhet: 4 Bekvämlighetsfaktor: 4
Hel ok för ett litet kamerhus med små standard lind
Jag har haft en D3000 och 18-55, samt ett 55-200mm men det är lite trångt
Det finns lite plats för annat, till exempel för en blixt