Excerpt: I bought this bag to consolidate all my gear into, as well as to work out of when I travel. It's too big to carry around all day, but it is nice to transport everything in one central bag instead of multiple bags.<br /><br />The only thing that I'm not a fan of is only one side has the softer material that the Velcro sticks too. I wish both sides had that to divide things up even more.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Improves Performance, Professional Quality
Excerpt: It fits my 2 DSLR but it won't fit both having battery grip attached with 17-55 and a 50-150mm lens on it. I had to take off one lens and only a camera body with grip that will fit on the other side, I don't know but maybe I have to figure it out how its going to fit my 2 bodies with lens and grip on it. It also doesn't fit 7-9 lenses. It may fit without bodies or may fit small lenses like 35mm prime or 18-55 kit lens sizes but not for medium/large lenses.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Highly Compatible, Professional Quality
Excerpt: I use this for a D800 and several zoom lenses including the 17-35mm f/2.8, 24-70 f/2.8, in addition to other large diameter lenses.<br /> This is a well designed (for strength and equipment protection) bag for those that desire carrying a camera in a bag except for one thing - room for professional quality lenses. <br /> You can not adjust the rear row wide enough to fit the lenses I listed. This limits the usefulness of the bag.
Excerpt: I needed a large bag to hold my Shen Hao XPO 4x5 camera. It meets my needs perfectly. There is plenty of room for all the misc equipment that goes with shooting large format. Very well built and plenty of storage pockets. The built in rain cover is a great bonus.
Pros: Easy To Use, Lightweight, Professional Quality
Excerpt: I am an amateur photographer and needed a bag to serve as primary storage for my gear. This bag is big, but I didn't get it for its portability. The bag is what you would expect from Lowepro -- well made, thoughtful design. I keep a 7d body, three lenses, 2 speedlites, a gorilla tripod, flash cables, remotes, etc. and still have room for growth. I use a smaller sling and backpack when I need just a subset of my gear for a particular trip.
Excerpt: I purchased the Magnum 400 after finding my ever faithful Micro Trekker 200 was unable to sustain the extra photographic gear I was accumilating eg flash units, extra lenses etc.After laying all my gear on the table I was swamped. I researched my future needs (purchasing a second DSLR body) and other products on the market did not meet my erquirements, I then quickly came to the realisation the Magnum 400 was the one.Living in Brisbane Australia, I placed an order with B...
Pros: Comfortable to Carry, Compact Design, Easy To Use, Professional Quality
Excerpt: First off I returned this bag. But it wasn't because there was anyhting wrong with the bag. It was just too big for what I needed. The quality is top notch and the protection it offers your gear is perfect. It's a great bag for a ton of gear.