Summary: I have been looking for a camera bag for my DSLR and additional lens for months! I finally chose this bag because it does not LOOK like a nerdy camera bag. It's perfect! The first week I had it I brought it to a friends, and was able to carry my camera, wallet, 2 bottles of wine and a small cover up with NO problems. The bag expands when you need it too, and you never worry about the camera getting bumped by the other items in the bag. No complaints from me on this bag!
Summary: How many bags do you have? This is a simple bag that I use when I am travelling. It holds my D600 with attached 24-120 lens plus a 12-24, along with filters, water bottle . It is really good for city breaks enabling one to decant lenses from my main bag. I felt much safer using it in Uzbekistan and Ethiopia ! I note that Pacsafe have a similar bag.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Summary: I found this bag perfect for travelling. It holds my dslr camera, an extra (medium sized telephoto zoom) lens, extra batteries and sd cards, travel guidebooks, my wallet, a first aid kit, maps, some snacks, a water bottle - and even the odd souvenir found at a market. Add to that, the fact that it has an adjustable, wide cross body strap - and it's even better; especially when travelling to places where thievery/pick-pocketing is common..
Summary: brought this for touring america and a cruise, it was so functional, took it on all trips excursions, the inner removable compartment held both my FZ200 and TZ30 really snuggly,and i even used that to protect cameras in a beach bag, loads of expandable storage and the man in my life was quite happy to carry it and he does not do "man bags".
Summary: I carry a bag pretty much everywhere, not always a bespoke camera bag but I've usually got at least a CSC and some audio recording equipment on me for those "wish I'd had my gear" moments.The main inner of the bag has a typical lowepro protected square pouch with two pockets. and the rest of the bag is open space.
Pros: Adjustable Size, Multi Purpose, Strong Construction
Summary: I used this as my summer day bag for an OMD-EM5 + a couple of lenses, grip and other bits and bobs on a recent trip to France. It's a veritable tardis of a bag and very good except for one fatal flaw.The shoulder strap is non-removable and so rough as to scratch and scrape exposed skin and drag the threads on cotton T-shirts etc. Had a nice detachable strap of the sort used on Lowepro's other bags I've used been in place this bag would get five stars from me.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Summary: On a recent intensive trip to Sorrento and the surrounding area, this bag really came into it's own. It was large enough to take a 7D plus lens together with a 2nd lens. It also carried water bottles, passports and wallet and a few spares besides! A very good buy!
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Summary: Good design for its stated purpose as a comfortable low profile camera and day sack for town visits. I have found it to be showerproof, but would not consider it to be fully waterproof. It is pleasant for country walks, subject to the waterproofing limitation. Sometimes the zip can get in the way of easy access of the camera. The removable padded camera compartment is fine for a large DSLR, but is oversized for a smaller cameras, and therefore wastes some space.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Strong Construction
Summary: This is a wonderful camera bag, especially for those days when you are travelling and want to make sure you have your camera with you. It can easily accommodate your DSLR with lens attached (I generally keep an 18-270mm lens on my camera at all times) and it comfortably fits into the padded "box" in the camera bag, with plenty of room to spare for your wallet, another lens, and whatever else you may want to carry.