Summary: Just right for walking or traveling light.Can fit inside a Canon 450D plus standard lens a flash, and spare batterys. Plenty of space for cards and small things too.You wouldn't fit much more.I have used Lowpro before and would use again.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Strong Construction
Great Quality, perfect for carrying around a mid level DSLR
Karan Nandwani, flipkart.com
12 February 2013
Summary: I own a Canon 550D with 18-135 and the 50 AW fits like a glove. Perfect amount of padding offers sufficient protection from the occasional bump and not to mention the rain cover tucked below protects the bag in case of an unexpected rain shower. Its got two additional pockets, one inside which is capable of holding memory cards or a spare battery and one on the outside which is slightly more spacious and lets you carry the battery charger or something the size of a mens...
Summary: I purchased the Zoom 50AW as a day-use holster and it certainly satisfies all my requirements in that use. I can fit in my Nikon d5100 with the 18-50mm kit lens and a 35mm f/1.8 prime with room for a spare battery; my wireless remote and a few other items in the front pouch. If I have my Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8 on the camera it's a bit tight for carrying the 35mm, although in a pinch, it will work. With the 55-200 lens on the camera there is no room for the 35mm.
Summary: Excellent bag for use with a kit lens. I use it with a Canon 550D and a Tamron 18-270 lens. Nice size for camera and strap, will also fit in with the petal lens hood attached as well.Good bag for protection when travelling or general wandering around.