Summary: I use this bag to carry & store quite a bit of gear: 5D MkII w/ 16-35LII mounted 350D (gripped)w/ 24-70L mounted & hood reversed 70-200 f/2.8LIS w/ hood reversed 100 f/2.8 macro 2X Extender Kenko Tubes 580 EX II Battery chargers Misc. filters & CF cards Spare batteries Nice snug fit. Had to play around with the padded dividers until it all fit.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Summary: In the sample of image above of the Tamrac Pro 12 bag it appears as if there are two pro bodies - one with a 70-200mm zoom and one with a 50mm prime. I own these lenses, but this is not my ideal two camera setup. Like many, I have two cameras, one with a 70-200 2.8 and one with a 24-70. This setup does not fit in the bag. The reason I purchased this bag was because I was looking for something very large that would be able get all of my favorite lenses around.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Summary: This camera bag has lots of places for all your accessories. The only downfall about this is that if you have lots of heavy lenses and are going to take them, then the bag itself can get heavy and uncomfortable.
Summary: This is an excellent bag for multiple Camera Bodies as well as multiple lenses and flash! It's Velcro based reconfigurable interior padding is also great for almost limitless customization. I love the improvements in the newly updated model including the 4 flapped CF slots inside the zippered side pockets.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Well Padded
Summary: I am a pro shooter and carry 2 NikonD200 bodies. The bag also has enough space for 2 flashes and 2 lenses - however I cram more into the bag than 2 lenses. I prefer this type of bag over the now popular Back pack style. This bag is easy to get stuff in and out of.
Summary: Ok i read a few reviews before purchasing this bag. Not for quality as i already own a Tamarac Adventure 10 backpack which i love when going on landscape ventures. I needed this bag for daily work and getting lots of stuff in it too !! It is true in the big bag stakes this is just that fraction too small (hence 4 stars) but none the less a very good and cheap alternative to be considered.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight
Summary: This is a great bag but be warned it fills up very quickly when carrying Pro lenses. What it's very good at is the way it distributes the weight and the strap, which doesn't slip due to grippy material on the inside. I prevously used the 650 Stealth Reporter and it swung everywhere and always slipped off my shoulder. I was constantly walking to one side to counterbalance the bag.