Excerpt: I had this bag for a while, bought it for using while hiking. While it's very convenient, and can carry about anything (I was able to fit a K-x, FA 28-80 and FA 100-300 in the main bag alone, water bottle in the lens case), I ended selling it and buying a smaller bag more appropriate for my gear's size.
Pros: Fits camera + zoom attached, can carry a lot of equipment, belt strap makes it ideal for hiking
Cons: Can be too big for using on belt with everything on, not ideal for casual use
Summary: So far all I have is a Canon xsi and the ef 24-70mm lens and this bad works great. Appears to be plenty of room when I get the battery grip and case appears to be big enough for my next lens the 70-200mm. Wearing the bag around your waist feels comfortable and the included sling makes it easy to carry it over your shoulder.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Great Design, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Summary: I like this bag as it has quite a few compartments. I was able to put the SLR camera in the middle compartment with the lens and put an additional lens in one of the other side compartments. I also like it because I can use it as a waist pack and have my hands free to use the camera but can also put it over my shoulder.
Summary: I am very happy with this purchase.But this is no enough room for accessories.Great camera bag. It fits my camera and 2 lens.It will hold your camera with the lens attached and ready to shoot in the main bag.I believe it is a great value for the price
Summary: It can take a Canon 5D, a 70-200 2.8L, a 24-70 2.8L, a Sigma 12-24 EX, a Canon 2X Teleconverter and a few accessories, but extremely tightened. In the lens cases the 24-70 2.8L fits, but without the hood ...The Sigma 12-24 EX fits too, but the lens cap holder got stuck to the bottom. I give it 5 stars because is not fault of the product what you try to put in there. Excellent construction.
Summary: I have not had a chance to use this bag. But plan to during my trip this fall. It will hold your camera with the lens attached and ready to shoot in the main bag. It has two side detachable zipper containers for another lens and other equipment , plus little zipper pockets and net pockets and there is a padded shoulder strap and a handy strap to just carry in in you hand. Plus the waist belt. I believe it is a great value for the price. Great job Overstock.
Summary: I do alot of youth sports/event photography and keeping my gear in a backpack made it slow to access necessary equipment. Because of this I would miss photo opportunities. With the Offtrail 2 I'm able to keep my D200/MB-D200 combo with AF-S 80-200mm f2.8, with HB-7 lens hood reversed, in the center pouch and place my AF50mm f1.8, AF85mm f1.8 in one pouch and an SB-600, or other lenses, in the second pouch.