Excerpt: Overall, I'm very pleased with this bag. It's very well constructed, and well padded inside. My only complaints are probably just things I need to get used to.<br /><br />When I've got the bag slung, I usually put the strap over my head, with the pad on my right shoulder and the bag at my left hip. I find that I have to extend the strap as far as it can go in order to do this (maybe I'm a bit big, I dunno) and I would prefer a longer strap.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: Great bag for traveling with a small SLR set up, be it film or digital. Easily fits an SLR with motor or large battery and fitted with a moderate lens. Plus room for additional lens and larger top mount flash. Only thing I could not get in this was a StroboFrame bracket. Also purchased the memory card folio that attaches to the strap nice addition.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Good Protection, Lots Of Pockets And Features, Weatherproof
Excerpt: This is a versatile bag. When I bought this bag, I was using film SLRs, it allowed me to carry lots of films in a convenient pouch under the cover. Now I am using a digital SLR, I still find it to be a very good bag to carry my DSLR with a 28-200mm attached, plus a extra lens and a flash. It is relatively light weight (compares to other brands), strong, and very well constructed.
Pros: Lightweight, Strong Construction, Very Protective
Excerpt: This is the 2nd 606 I've bought. The material is completely changed. The con is that it looks cheaper. The pro is that it's lighter. That is good with the new DSLR and lenses for which I bought it. I travel overseas with it and it's less of a burden than the old one with a 35mm SLR. I own about 8 Tamrac bags and they're all great.