Excerpt: One of the earlier reviews mentioned that the Inverse 100 "leans forward" when loaded with camera and lens. I can confirm that. Loaded with my D700 (probably a little big for this pack)with lens attached, and with nothing else inside, the pack flops over so that the bottom is resting against my...
Excerpt: This bag fits comfortably on my hips. It's good for run-n-gun shoots. It doesn't get in the way. The one downside is that there's not a great place to hold / access your zoom h4n if you're working with external audio ++ an extra lens. I also wish there was another little zipper area.
Excerpt: Was looking for something to carry extra lenses that was a bit less cumbersome than a shoulder bag, and more accessible than a backpack. This is just right, a perfect size to carry - both for urban as well as landscape photography. Has a rain cover and is solidly built.
Excerpt: When you just need your camera and a couple of lenses on a hike or walk this is excellent and can be worn to the front or back and also has its own waterproof cover. You can then leave your backpack with all your other gear in your car.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I did a lot of research before getting this awesome belt pack. It just works. No more backaches, everything you need will fit: Canon 70D, Canon M2, EFS 17-55, 50mm, flashbender, flash, 4 batteries, blower, trigger, wireless trigger, 8 AA batteries, tripod underneath. Neat!
Excerpt: I have used this Beltpack almost every day since buying it form B&H. I use it in partnership with the BlackRapid DR-1 system. The Beltpack enables me to carry an SB-800 Flash, and 3 additional lenses. I normally carry 70-200, 50mm and 20mm Lenses.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction