Excerpt: First let me say I've not had a chance to actually use this bag yet. I bought it for a planned recent trip to South America, that we cancelled, and for an upcoming tour in Europe. The desire is a bag that I can use when hoofing around on tourist tours of cities, archeology sites, etc.
Excerpt: This bag fits all of my gear, is very well put together, and comfortable for lugging all day. For my setup, it is the perfect size: Canon 6D with 135L attached, 50mm f/1.4, 35L, and external flash. The front pouch is great for a few pocket wizards, some filters, memory cards, and batteries.
Excerpt: I love this bag to hold my mirror less camera gear. It holds everything I need but without being too big and bulky. The only complaint (and the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars) is that the bag is a bit heavy on it's own. It's well designed however and well made.
Excerpt: I couldn't be happier with this bag. It looks great but isn't obviously a camera bag. It easily holds all I've thrown at it (typically a D300 with Tokina 11-16/2.8 plus 2-3 additional lenses, filters, extra batteries, etc). It has more well-thought-out pockets and storage than I had imagined.
Pros: Durable, Good Looking, Lots Of Pockets And Features
Excerpt: Use the retro 10 to carry my d7100 with 24-70 attached. A 12-24 wide angle and a 18-200 zoom in the main compartment of this bag. Plenty of room left for other flash, charger in main compartment also.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Roomy Lens Compartment
Excerpt: The problem with most small to mid-size bags is that they cannot handle a pro DSLR with a battery grip and zoom attached at the same time. The Retrospective 10 solves this problem beautifully. I alternate using a 5DmkIII and 1V-HS with grip and 28-70 2.8.
Excerpt: I have a Nikon D5300 with an 18-200 lens on it and three other lenses. This bag comfortably fits them all in, with room left for battery, a couple of hoods and my iPad. I love the looks and feel of it! Its Retro style does not broadcast it as a photo bag.
Excerpt: I use a think tank urban disguise bag as a carry on for a lot of gear but it's clearly too big to use as a day pack. The retrospective 10 serves that purpose in grand fashion. It is relatively small and extremely comfortable on the shoulder.