Excerpt: Great little pack for one. Unfortunately I recently used it at a charity run for my wife and my camera gear. In reality it's great for one camera, two lens, and a few small extras. Light and comfortable.
Excerpt: The backpack is useful for trips, but not useful if I need to get something out quickly. I like the top pocket where you can put wallet, personal stuff. However, the bottom part can only hold 2 small lenses and a camera. It was a struggle to even put 2 lenses and a camera into the backpack.
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. Fit the Xsi, 17-55 f/2.8, 100 f/2.8, flash and accessory pack (from my LowePro DryZone) just fine.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment
Cons: No AW cover, No comfortable handle, No Tripod Holder
Excerpt: Have used this for one year now and it is just so-so. The side compartment for the camera is OK if you carry the pack on your left shoulder but not your right. I found out the hard way that you have to be very, very careful to zip the camera compartment completely shut. The side design allows the camera to easily fall out. It is also too small to carry a camera with a zoom lens attached. The only other gripe is that it was very hot.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This bag is handy in the sense that you can quickly get to your camera with all the flaps buckled and all. It was, however, barely large enough to fit my Nikon D90 with my 18-105 mm zoom attached--and only a bit awkwardly and with the dividers arranged in a strange, unintended way. I would be fine with a prime lens or a smaller zoom, but anything larger would require that you unmount the lens before you could put it back in the bag.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: The camera compartment will hold my Nikon D50 w/mounted lense and one additional lense. Everything else has to be put in the upper compartment. The adjustable dividers aren't much help since they have to attach to the velcro that is fixed within the compartment. Not much flexibility there. For a day trip where you know you will need no more than two lenses, this will do.