Excerpt: Does great for what I need...packing the camera and GoPro for video and photos of the kids at sporting events. We also put the camera in my adventure motorcycle tank bag and strap the bag to the back of the bike for trips to state and federal parks.
Excerpt: I purchased this bag specifically to use during a weekend in Walt Disney World during which I brought my D7100, Sigma 18-35 f1.8 and 55-100 f2.8 lenses, and a few other small photo essentials. Usually I only bring one lens to walk around with but this was a special event and I needed more gear.
Excerpt: When I got it and opened up the camera area, I thought I had made a terrible mistake. However, after removing all the dividers (and later inserting one) I discovered I could fit my Nikon D750 with a lens mounted -- either my 28-300 or 24-70 -- and also fit whichever one wasn't on the camera.
Excerpt: Just what I was looking for. Good size for day trips. Only issue has been with setting up the camera compartment to fit a small DSLR (Pentax K50). A few optional dividers would be useful...but I managed.
Excerpt: This is what I carry in my gear bag: 1 Pentax K-5IIs 1 Fuji X10 compact camera 1 Samsung S3 cellphone 1 Samsung Galaxy Mega cellphone/tablet hybrid Keys| Wallet| First Aid supplies 2 Home Depot Gel Knee Pads I upgraded from a Lowepro Compu 250 camera bag, being a female with a small frame this...
Summary: This pack will give you piece of mind when going on a trip. Perfectly carry your DSLR with extra two lenses & also other attachments. I carry Nikon D3300 body with two lenses. Video pack pouch with this is handy to carry other attachments of multimedia like mic, flash etc.
Excerpt: I bought this bag for my trip overseas to Thailand. I originally intended on getting a sling bag, but knowing I would have to carry my bag for the majority of the day, going with a backpack made more sense as it is more comfortable especially if you are carrying a lot.