Summary: Its great concept bag for hiking where you could carry two bottles of water in you camera bag. but the waist pack belt needs huge improvement. basically the top part of the bag leans forward and bottom of the bag gets squashed. In my waist it feels retarded. I sometimes think that it might be manufactured wrong. Just for testing I carried the bag upside down and it fit perfect on my waist.
Summary: This bag seemed well made, but I didn't care for the rather small carrying handle off to the side and the zipper top was a little awkward, too. It did hold my D300 with an 18-200 lens, plus a 70-300 lens and batteries, etc., but there weren't many extra pockets. I decided I probably wouldn't use the waist belt like I thought and I returned the bag for a shoulder strap one.
Summary: This is a well made waist bag just like all Lowe Pro stuff and I bought it with the idea of carrying my D700 with 24-70mm f/2.8 lens attached, my 16-35mm f/4 VRII lens a flash and odd accessories. It will accomodate them fine.However, when it is loaded like that, particularly if you have a light weight shell jacket in the pouch in case it rains whilst out walking, I found it continually wants to flip over so that instead of the thickly padded back being against your...
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight