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December 19, 2017
By Gabriel Asakura
November 24, 2017
By Helen Cherry
November 21, 2017
November 16, 2017
I did not think to bring me back so much stuff in a backpack is optimized so small .... big time. I get this camera bag free for a honest unbiased review from Sellers. I am glad that this product is very satisfied. I hope to be proved helpful to make an informed decision on the article. It has two side openings which converge in the same coated handset shockproof soft material with various dividers pieces that you can arrange as you see fit to frame its "tools" and "accessories." Laterally there are two mesh pockets, where I placed in a box with memory card and in the small selfies auction. Front has another pocket but not so deep with dividers for accessories where I put the remote control for remote shooting with battery 2032, 2 batteries of the reserve reflex, feather-duster to clean the lens. Under the backpack there are two convenient connections for attaching a tripod, It also has a convenient rain cover in the back, which you can use if necessary. Let's say that among all professional backpacks that I've seen around this is great for travel or short trips. Logically, when I bring back even more goals or laptop in that case I take my larger backpack.
November 15, 2017
November 11, 2017
Since already have a very large backpack, but cumbersome, I was looking for a second shoulder that was easily portable, compact, beautiful to look at but also able to contain the bare minimum to meet any photographic situation. I get this digital picture frame with 100%off price from Andoer for a testing testing review. Well this bag has far exceeded all my expectations. Virtually it became my first choice and very practical. Inside lie comfortably place the SLR camera with attached lens (also Pentax 55-300), a second zoom lens, it remains room for a third small lens or a flash. Also there are many pockets where there are filters, spare battery and other small fitting. Really comfortable even the buckles to attach under a tripod. Rucksack but not by the impression of being rather delicate, the hinges seem strong and the padding is excellent. Only a bit 'of uncertainty in finding the right configuration of internal partitions with Velcro to make the most of the available space. To conclude: recommended? Absolutely Yes!!! Notice: I get this camera bag with 100%off price from supplier for a testing testing review. And i hope my testing is helpful for know a product, i will be happy!
November 10, 2017
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November 9, 2017
By Irene Mungall
November 8, 2017
November 3, 2017
October 30, 2017
October 24, 2017
very handy to have! Protects my camera and my lenses. The bag has a strap to put it over your shoulder making carrying very easy. It comes with a waterproof covering which will protect the bag from rain. There are two pockets on the bag to hold either two cameras or a camera and a lens, it also has a smaller pocket on the front for holding smaller things like SD cards and accessories. I'm personally not a big fan of branding, the branding on the bag itself is good, however, the branding on the waterproof cover is rather intrusive and is right across the front. The delivery was also somewhat slow taking 2-3 weeks but its worth the wait! Overall this camera bag is excellent to use! I would definitely recommend it.
By Roger the Consultant
October 13, 2017
Just received the bag and think it is pretty decent, in particular for the price. I am able to fit my Nikon D200 with 24-70 f/5.6 zoom and lens hood, a cheapo fish eye, charger, cord, and neck strap that I put in separately. Also rain cover and an extra battery in the front compartment. The good is that this was easy to configure and stores the items apparently quite securely. Padding is fine and the various zippers are backed up with snap buckle closures. The bag is a bit funny to carry, as the carry strap is a bit short. I'm 6' 1", average weight and think it would be nice to be a few inches longer. The waist strap is a nice touch but fastens at one side so it is incredibly difficult to attach. I expect that with use I'll figure out a way to do this that is easier on my shoulders. The only real design flaw is that there is no way to stow the waist strap when you are not using it. For example, if you wish to carry the bag over your shoulder as opposed to around the neck to the other side, the waist strap just hangs and can't be shortened a whole lot. I put some velcro strips around the strap near either end to hold it in place. I'll soon find out if they are secure or not. If that doesn't work it may be either duct tape or just cutting off the strap altogether. A sleeve would be perfect and should be considered for a future product improvement. I'm going traveling for a few weeks and only taking this bag and equipment. I'll learn more by using it in the field.
October 1, 2017
Quick delivery. Well I did a thorough search online and read most reviews and even watched the YouTube video. I was happy with what I saw and ordered the bag. The bag exceed my expectations, very well made will a lot of room inside. A bargain for such price I strongly recommend this camera bag.
September 24, 2017
June 6, 2017
Bought this as a cheap alternative to my trusty Lowepro Toploader to take on a long haul flight as based on the listings it seemed compact whilst offering lots of compartments and pockets for spare lenses and accessories. It seems very well made considering the £16 price tag and looks very stylish too. Unfortunately it didn't really meet my needs. Based on the reviews I was expecting to get my Nikon D7200 with battery grip and 300mm zoom in it reasonably comfortably and hopefully have room for my small 20mm zoom. The D7200 (not a huge camera) and 300mm fitted sort-of if I removed the battery grip and I might have got a small additional lens in also but not exactly convenient in the field. There's a front pocket where you could fit a few cables and perhaps the charger. Some pictures showed accessories stuffed in the side mesh pockets but these really aren't that big and I prefer to keep things like batteries and chargers etc. on the inside personally. It's got straps on the bottom for a small tripod, which is quite a good feature. It comes with a loose waterproof cover (took some finding as is stuffed in a concealed pocket) which I guess means that the bag itself if not waterproof but that is probably to be expected. Thinking that I'd missed something important in the packing strategy department I trawled around for listings that actually showed the bag with equipment in it (these are few and far between). Try as I might I couldn't replicate any of these. The bag is essentially triangular so I found the optimum fit was to insert my D7200 with the back resting on the bottom of the bag and the lens pointing straight upwards. This left enough room to stick another lens and the battery grip on the other side. With the 300mm lens on it just about fitted but was a pain to get out again. Another alternative was to lay the camera on its side along the bottom (as indicated in some other listings) and use the velcro drividers to fit the spare lens on top but this made it very tricky to extract the camera again. The inside of the bag is exactly as wide as my D7200 is high (with the grip removed) so unless you've got a very small DSLR it's always going to have to go in sideways. I think if the bag had been an inch or so wider then the camera would have fitted flat, probably with the grip attached also. In summary I'd say that it's got a fair amount of space in there (more than my Lowepro anyway) but try as I might I couldn't fit my kit into it effectively. If I'd paid £75 for it I'd have been very disappointed but for £16 can't really grumble.
March 21, 2017
I like to be able to grab my camera quickly without zillions of zips/buttons to get through. This bag is easy to access and secure as you can keep it close. It's comfortable and nicely made. I took it on a photo tour in October in France/Belgium and it was perfect.I have an interchangeable lens camera SONY NEX5R and it allowed me to keep 4 lenses inside with a Joby tripod and umbrella attached underneath! It comes with a nice waterproof cover too.
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