Reviewed by f150 from Georgia on Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Pockets everywhere, mesh open-top & secure zippered pockets. Also, bag is well padded. I have a very small camera, so this holds my camera & my Brunton solar charger, cords, cell phone, ID, medication, whatever. With so many pockets, more can be added. This is a medium. It is so well made, I wi...
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Reviewed by Northern Gal from ON, Cda on Saturday, March 8, 2014
I'm very happy with the quality construction and padding of this bag. It accommodates my Panasonic DMC FZ-150 with hood and Pacsafe slashproof (i.e., bulky) camera strap. But that's not all! I've also loaded filters, remote shutter release, extra card & battery, with storage space to spare. Best of all, it's still a compact bag slung inconspicuously over my shoulder that I can easily walk around with all day.
Reviewed by Mia in Arvada from The other end of the North Pole! on Monday, January 27, 2014
I haven't had much time to really use this, but I bought an expensive camera (well expensive for my budget), a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200 and needed a camera bag. This one is tad tight, not quite the right fit for the Panasonic with the lens hood, battery pack and charger but this was such a good deal that I'm keeping it. Plus it's very sturdy and I can tell that it's quality material that the zippers will not wear out any time soon and the seams looks solid. The padding is what I most worried about and this camera bag is well padded. I don't think you can go wrong. Go for a slightly smaller camera than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200 and the fit will be perfect. Here are the dimensions of my camera to use as a guide, it's a tight fit but will work:
Dimensions (W x H x D) - 125.2 x 86.6 x 110.2 mm / (4.93 x 3.41 x 4.34 inch)
Weight - Approx. 537g without Battery and SD Memory Card (1.18lb) / Approx. 588g with Battery and SD Memory Card (1.29lb)
The straps are very sturdy for carrying the weight of a camera. But a motivated thief could easily through any straps and run off with your camera. If you're worried about a thief taking off with this camera bag, or any camera bag, purse, backpack...I would suggest not carrying anything of value in anything with a strap. It's asking for trouble. Better to carry the camera close to your body, maybe under a sweater or fleece jacket.
Answered on 2/10/2014 11:23:16 AM by Mia in Arvada from Minnesota
The bag is very well made. The strap is nylon webbing one inch wide. The strap is detachable with plastic buckles like you find on backpacks. It would take me some time to cut the strap with my box cutter, or even with a sharp knife.
Answered on 2/10/2014 10:13:09 PM by Don from Lomita