Excerpt: I use it to fit: Alpha 77, Alpha 230, Min9olta X-700, Alpha 57, 14 lenses including primes, zooms and big ones like the "beercan", 10 batteries, 3 battery chargers, 3 vivitar filter kits, and 2 USB cables. Great about this: Most airlines allow this in cabin.
Excerpt: I had to photograph a wedding in San Francisco and had recently hurt my lower back. I bought this rolling bag and what a relief it was not having to carry my equipment in 3 other bags that would have probably destroyed my back. All my equipment fit perfectly into the bag and i didn't have to pick it up but 2 times.
Excerpt: This was a great bag but I had to return it. It fit my two bodies, my 14-24 24-70 70-200 along with 5 primes stacked and 3 speed lights. It all for but I wanted a case deeper and slightly larger so I exchanged this bag for the x200. The handle bar to pull the case was very wobbly.
Excerpt: which bag will help me take better pictures is a joke question right up there with which lens cap to use. What difference could it possibly make? I've long been a fan of the Domke F2 and have had a few of them. They are great for a couple of film cameras and up to half a dozen primes plus a Vivitar flash or two.