Excerpt: I needed a small bag for a small DSLR body with a 70-300 zoom when bicycle riding in nature areas. This bag is perfect. It easily attaches to the handle bar of my light weight road bike with no negative handling and steering problems like some bags and carriers I have tried. Typical Think Tank quality. Access is easy and fast for fast moving wildlife and more.
Pros: Compact, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: I used this to carry my T2I w/ 24-70mm lens and use it for hiking. Makes accessing the camera much easier than digging into a backpack, and I definitely don't want to hike very long w/ my camera completely out of the case. For my setup I have to fully extend the bottom portion of the bag to get the lens to fit, which would be fine except that then there's too much vertical room and the camera sinks down into the bag.
Excerpt: I was looking for a way to carry my my Sony NEX-7 and lens while hiking in the backcountry areas. I used to just sling my old film cameras over my shoulder on top of the backpack straps, but with these newfangled, electronic magic boxes, i didn't want the camera to be swinging around, exposed to sweat, rocks, branches, etc.
Excerpt: After using the case for a few weeks now, I really like it. It is well built and has just enough pockets to hold important things like filters, batteries, and cards with out making the case to big and bulky. Really like the fact that the bottom extends for use with different lenses. The rain cover is a nice feature, but I pulled it out to use the pocket for other things. The case can easily stand up to light rain for a little while before it becomes a problem.