Excerpt: I bought this bag for my 365 project because the description assured me that it would hold my camera and a 17-55mm f/2.8 lens. The description was correct it does hold my camera and the lens, just barely. The only problem I had was the lens shade would catch on the velcro tape inside the bag about 2/3rds of the way down. I simply turned the bag inside out and used a seam ripper to remove the velcro tape.
Excerpt: This is a compact bag that a bit tightly fites my Canon T5 with 18-55 lens. It also has 1 pocket inside the top part which can be used for memory cards. The front pocket can fit the charger. The protection pads on the bottom and sides can protect the camera and lens very well. So if you dont need to carry anything other than a few filters and the camera ant its medium sized lens it would be the best option for you.
Excerpt: Was supposed to fit the FZ1000. Not enough room and barrel of lens/hood is too big in circumference. With hood on it is too long for the case. Additionally the case top handle is not on the top as it was in the older models, but in the back/top meaning that it hangs crooked when you pick it up. Also, the zipper in the inside top is "protected" by a flap that doesn't let you close the zipper all the way.
Excerpt: I bought this bag to carry my Lumix FZ200. It really works well. I haven't had to use the rain cover, but it's good to know it's there. The versatile carry modes was a big selling point for me, and this bag is very well built.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Multiple Carry Modes, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Useful for basic shoots. Has just enough room for your camera with lens attached. Side pocket has just enough space for maybe a charger or card reader but nothing else. Still, this works if you know exactly the lens you want and plan to return to your home base for post.
Excerpt: It fits my camera which is Nikon D5300 with 18-140mm Lens. Also it has a rain-cover to protect case from rain. There is a separative flat in bag so that you can carry your camera and lens attached or not.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction