Excerpt: ...purchased for an upcoming flight to hold my Pentax 645n(medium format)with three lenses, extra film back, a 35mm SLR with two lenses, and two 6-pack filter cases...perfect for the overhead, very good for backpacking across the terminal, and great price to boot..
Excerpt: I was concerned at first that this bag would not be able to hold everything my Canon camera bag did but was I wrong. The bad is well engineered with plenty of room for A camera, three or four lenses, external flash, lens hoods, lens adapters and more.
Excerpt: Well made and reasonably water resistant. Once the AW cover is applied it's completely resistant to heavy rain. Solid zippers, sufficient padding and plenty of configuration possibilities. I'd recommend to anyone.
Excerpt: This pack is now my main pack. I also carry a smaller one to offload what I will need on a particular photo hike. This pack holds everything - two bodies, five lenses (including an f2.8 70/200), beanbag, batteries, chargers, all possible things I can think of and a tripod.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Going with five stars as this is now my main storage pack. I also have the 200 and a smaller Tamrac pack - use them all. This one - amazingly roomy. I am able to put two camera bodies, a large 70-200 f2.8 lens and four smaller lenses inside as well as filters, batteries, charger, beanbag, all other...
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I had been looking at this bag for a while, and I'm glad I finally decided to get it. This backpack is solid, holds plenty of my gear, and has a nice layer of protective padding both on the front and back, in addition to the dividers on the inside.