Excerpt: Item is true to its description, however I baught it thinking that it could hold my Sigma 150-500mm lens. The way the divider pannels are made there was no way to really configure it to work and still safely pack other items. Otherwise this bag is great for smaller lenses and gear. Superior quality and good design. I feel like this bag would protect my gear very well from normal handling mishaps.
Pros: Comfortable, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: I have one of the older Tamrac bags that looks almost exactly like this one and I'm able to carry a laptop in the back zipper compartment. When I acquired this one I had hoped to carry a laptop as well as camera equipment being a sports photographer and having to transmit images from events but there's no where to put a laptop. I'll still use the bag when a computer isn't necessary but that is about half the time.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight
Cons: Not Enough Pockets, Nowhere to carry laptop, Smaller than I thought
Excerpt: I am learning Camera Bags are a very personal item and I purchased this based on the sales persons recommendation. I ended up using it for my other camera but the real problem for me is I have to much stuff and needed a larger bag. Overall this is a great bag for one camera and two lenses and a flash but not more the that in my opinion.
Summary: It's a good camera bag, but I just wasn't wowed like previous Tamrac products. It's just a bit too simple. Choosing a camera bag you're gonna be happy with is harder than any other decision in photography. I would still recommend this bag, it's comfortable, light and is just about right for wedding work. I just doesn't wow.