Excerpt: It's very well made and fits the essentials. My wife really likes it. I put out Nikon 1 J1 in there with a second lens. It has a pouch for the remote, too. The only problem is that it needs to be 1/4" deeper, 1/2" wider, and 3/4" shorter. Everything would be perfect for my kit. It all squeezes in there OK, but I'd like a little more room, and then shrink the height a bit.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: I am using this bag for Sony A6000. It packs the camera with 16-50 lens, plus additional 55-210 lens with hood, spare battery, A/C charger, minor cleaning supplies. It's VERY tight, but fits. The bag is small, and I'm very satisfied.
Excerpt: I was looking for a bag for a second camera body. I have several lenses that I travel with when on location and thus keep the body and each lens in their separate bags and use a backpack for everything (plus the backpack is then big enough for a monopod, jacket, wallet, snack, etc). My primary camera body bag is the LowePro Toploader Zoom 45 AW.
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Cons: Hard To Access Equipment, Not Enough Pockets
Excerpt: This bag is a great size to hold a camera, a couple of lenses and me ory cards. It's cushioned well so you don't need to worry about the equipment banging around. The size is great because it doesn't feel like you're carrying a huge camera bag around with you ( well, you're not). The size is convenient and it's comfortable to carry. Very glad I chose it and highly recommend.
Excerpt: I bought this bag recommended by the seller and I couldn't be more satisfied! It is perfect for my camera. I can fit into it both lenses and the body of the camera, and also the flash, SD cards and some other small objects (mobile phone and so on).
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: Truly for the bare essentials only. I bought a Sony A6000 with this, and it fits the camera with the kit lens on, and you can have another lens on the side, or other stuff that doesn't occupy much space, since it has a customizable division which protects the camera. For now I fit the camera, 1additional battery in the middle, a few personal things on the side, and my ID and credit cards on the outside zipper (it has 2 pockets outside, but it doesn't fit more than cards...
Excerpt: Bought the bag for an Olympus E-PL5 (with its kit 14-42 mm lens), plus an Olympus 40-150 mm lens. The camera and extra lens fit snugly, and the material and padding are fine. Main shortcoming: the bag opens with a strange zipper top, which is awkward. Putting the camera in the bag (and taking it out) is an oddly difficult task, requiring dexterity and contortion, especially if you're in the field and have other equipment. It's a serious design flaw.