Summary: This backpack holds two cameras and multiple lenses + space for my iPad and a fannypack sized space above for stuff to use during the day. It holds its form well and is perfectly sized for carry on luggage at the airport.
Summary: This camera backpack holds all my gear, I have two bodies and several lenses. Holds everything I need to take along on a shoot. It also has a slot for my laptop which slides in very nice. The straps are wide and comfortable while wearing with everything packed in the bag. Top has a part to put what every you want, a jacket, hat, or even lunch if your going on a hike somewhere. This backpack was the perfect size for everything I needed to take along with me.
Summary: Overall, very happy with this bag. I love the easy accessibility to my DSLR camera without completely taking off or unzipping the bag. Camera ease of access was the primary selling point for me. Also love the well-thought-out compartments for extra lenses, memory cards, etc. I can load this bag with my camera, lenses, laptop, Jambox, iPad, extra cables, laptop power supply, and comfortably carry it all.
Pros: Great features, well thought out, protects my gear
Cons: Can be uncomfortable when not strapping around waist
Summary: Great storage capacity, lots of adjustable compartments, pockets and pouches to store various stuff, even 2 slots with velco flaps to store CF Cards. Easily carry all equipment needed for an outing or vacation plus generous storage area for a laptop PC. This is a large backback but it does not seem bulky or unweildy.
Pros: Lot;s of adjustable campartments for storage of lens, flash, etc.
Cons: Still haven't figured out how to strap on my tripod, but I will figure that out.