Excerpt: I just purchased this camera bag a week or so ago, it was delivered in a timely manner, packaged well.I'm a little disappointed in the size of this camera bag, not quite as big as I had thought and my Fuji S1 is a tight fit for the bag.Nice color, fairly well padded, not great...but okay, good carry handles, just be sure that you snap them together tightly before picking up the bag.There is one other space for extra battery, lens cloth, etc..
Summary: This sling daypack is a good investment, it is a bit on the small size; however it does fit the body of a canon camera and 2 lens's but if you have anything extra you want to bring along it doesn't have room for that.
Summary: This bag was ordered for my 18 yr old to fit a DSLR camera and 2 extra lenses. Surprisingly it all fit! If you have more hardware other than this such as a one of the large flash adapters then this bag is not for you. However, there is an upper pocket that will hold all the smaller things such as batteries, charger, thumb drives etc. The Pack is very well made with heavy weight material and stitching. It has one padded/divided pocket inside to seperate your hardware.
Pros: Carries DLSR lens and more Had a zoom lense and DLSR and it carried and protected everything fine on a recent trip. Had room for outlet charger, extra battery, lens filters, lense hood, and even my phablet.
Excerpt: This is a great bag, and what you see is really what you get. The size is perfect for a small to medium camera with no more than one additional lens. I used it with a point and shoot camera that has a lens similar to a DSLR and still had room for some accessories. The side zip pouch makes it easy to access your camera or other accessories, and comfortably.
Excerpt: I was disappointed with this bag for a few reasons, it took a lot of 'finnagalling' to get my camera and one lens in the bag. Then when I finally got everything awkwardly in, I put it on and it pulled heavily on my one shoulder, the bag itself is easy to adjust but I just couldn't make it fit comfortably.Also, once wearing the bag, I found it rather difficult to access the bag without fully taking it off.
Cons: Inaccessible, Not enough right pockets, Too small, uncomfortable
Excerpt: Overall a handy and basically well-thought-out for a "light" day pack ... capable to carry a (D)SLR with a moderate sized lens (i.e. 18-200 or longer FL in lower compartment ... more if upper/lower compartment separator is removed, but renders access more difficult ...) plus two small FL lenses and maybe a smallish flash in the upper compartment.
Pros: Comfortable, large strap, side access pocket, separation between upper/lower compratment may be removed
Cons: Clip down front flap, no real external attachment possibilities, no rain cover ...
Summary: The bag is of great build quality. Suitable for amateur users carrying only one additional lens. Also, it's not a multipurpose bag so buy a bigger one if you're looking to stuff in more items.