Reviews and Problems with National Geographic NG 2475
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Fits my needs perfectly
Redoubt, B&H Photo
30 March 2009
Summary: It can carry 2 DSLR's with lenses attached and pack a couple of spares as well. I can also fit an SB800, SB600, and a SU800 in as well.Roomy pockets, padded nicely, reasonably weather resistant, feels good in hand.[...
Summary: I have myself a the Canon Rebel XTI and have just recently purchased the Canon HV30 and to my surprise , this bag fits them both PERFECTLY. Even though the XTI is a smaller camera, it has much more room to fit larger cameras such as the 40D or even the 1D series. There are two compartments there that is supposed to be one for the camera/camcorder and the other for the charger/extra battery packs, but I use one for the camera and one for the camcorder.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Summary: After plenty of research, I purchased this bag to use as my primary camera satchel for a year long trip through Southeast Asia. So far, so good. It's not obnoxiously large, but it's plenty big enough for my 40D, a couple of lenses and the odd memento that you pick up from the market. Will hold an average sized laptop (if stood on end.) Plenty of discrete pockets help to store additional accessories.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Looks GREAT, Strong Construction
Summary: Great shoulder bag for your equipments. Best thing about this is that it doesn't look as a normal camera bag. This is good when you're travelling in different countries and doesn't want to make any attention.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Summary: For a messenger style bag it is just too bulky. Perhaps it is my mistake for not catching the dimensions and not seeing the whole picture. I would highly recommend Lowepro Slingshot 200AW if you are planning on using your camera while you use the bag. But, if you are hiking or just transporting gear and don't mind the bigger bag for all of your stuff I would recommend the NG-5162 Earth Explorer Medium Backpack also by national geographic.
Pros: Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Summary: I really like this bag as the NG logo is pretty low profile, and the bag does'nt look like a camera bag. Also easy to use it for other / mixed purposes. my only minor gripe is the strap is not comfortable if you have any bit of weight in it. Merv.
Pros: Good Protection, Lightweight, Lots Of Pockets And Features, Weatherproof
Summary: This bag easily holds a camera with attached lens, 2 additional lenses, and speedlight. There are also additional pockets and pouches to hold filters, batteries, media, etc.The heavy marine-green cotton material gives this bag a cool, travel-bag appearance that doesn't ever scream Camera inside!. Padding is adequate, not heavy (this also makes the bag look less like a camera bag).