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A d7200 w/18-55 and a small prime yes. I don't think you can squeeze in the zoom with the d7200.
By TalGal on May 2, 2018
You'll only get a full body DSLR with a prime lens attached and one other lens on the other side. Not much else. Memory cards and some extra batteries and a small charger. You are not going to get another camera in this bag along with all that.
By Cotton 2 Shofed on April 26, 2018
By Oscar Lara on February 15, 2018
Yes definitely you can customize the entire inner compartment.
By William T. on February 12, 2018
This bag is not waterproof like that. It comes with a rain cover to put over the top in case you get stuck out in the rain. Not for water sports.
By MelH on February 9, 2018
Yes it does. I really like mine. There's room in the back pocket to store a book or kindle too.
By Ari on January 23, 2018
As soon I received I give away that bag because it's too small. To answer your question: NO ... Sorry but bag looks awesome :)
By Nikola on November 5, 2017
Caden Ki can fit a Canon 5d3 with 24-70 2.8L attached; Caden Ki cann't fit a Canon 5d3 with 24-70 2.8L attached,and a 70-200 2.8L on the other side; Caden Ki cann't fit a Canon 5d3 with a 70-200 2.8L attached.
By Courtney on October 26, 2017
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January 10, 2018
Really do love this bag. My only complaint is that it is VERY big. But its size also makes it useful, easily holding my camera and two lenses, extra batters, wall charger with car adapter, spare SD cards, AND still having room to put my keys. (It could hold more as well. My friend put her Eos 5D3 in here with a zoom and macro lens. This is some serious space) The little rain cover is cute and if you dont need it, you can just use the space where its kept for MORE storage. There are even inserts that velcro on the interior of the bag. (a lot of inserts) so you can really customize the bag to really fit your needs. The color is nice, zippers zip, material is sturdy, and nothings broken (so far, will update as more time passes) Again the only thing I can whine about is that the bag is VERY big. The pictures just don't do it justice. I'm 5'1 and its like a messenger bad on me. But its comfortable and easily adjustable (again it doesn't fit me perfect after adjusting but its because I'm short) It also has a waist strap which I find very useful.
By G. Bentley
October 6, 2017
Just received. Plenty of room in the main compartment. Very customizable. 3 removable, padded, velcroed (small, med, and large) dividers. The fabric feels like a heavy nylonish canvas. Stitching looks solid. Pockets galore. Netting, straps, click buckles, cinchers, and velcro/elastic-strap organizers on the long straps. If I had to guess, someone in the military designed this. It reminds me of a cross between a RUK sack, and the gas mask carrying case. Wearing it is self explanatory, but you will have zero confidence that you are wearing it correctly. Use the pictures in the Tomtop item description to reinforce that you are wearing it correctly. I have a Samsung camera kit; it came with a Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P3110. I have two lenses...18-55m, and a 50-200m, couple caps, memory cards and charging cables. It all fits with plenty to spare. I would say there is still room enough for a sizable lens, about the size of a 12 oz can of soda, maybe larger depending how you organize the bag. Zippers look solid too. You can ratchet the whole bag together when you are traveling, or leave some of the straps unclicked and just use the quick access zippers to get at your camera quickly. Either way it would appear everything will still be really secure. Also, the perimeter of the bag is padded on all sides, plus the additional padding of the dividers I mentioned should enable all your equipment to be well secured. If you have a tablet for reviewing photos, it can fit in an outer pocket, less protected, or on the inside with the camera and two lenses in a well padded environment. There is also a rain fly that is separate, and kept in the compartment that rides against your body. Think of a shower cap that would fit over an NFL helmet, with an additional strap to secure it to the bag. Time will tell if the stitching holds up, but as of right now it looks solidly built. I could see this surviving a Lewis and Clark expedition or a summit of Mt. Everest. I am very pleased with the purchase. This is under priced in my opinion. I feel like it deserves 5 stars. Maybe I will change it after some time spent with the product. Pictures show everything that I was able to pack in the bag with room to spare.
By Marko Magistrado
January 12, 2018
The camera bag I ordered came as shown (green) and seems durable enough. I had a chance to use it on a 3 mile hike up a mountain in the Blue Ridge and it didn't bother me a bit. On the way down, I realized I didn't use the waist strap. After attaching it, the bag was very secure and much more comfortable navigating over roots and slippery rocks. As others have mentioned, the shoulder strap is meant for only one side and the "dividers" can be a challenge and frustrating since there isn't a guide for reference as to how you can orient them. On the other hand, since the dividers can be velcroed into the bag any which way, you can decide how you want to compartmentalize the interior to suit your needs or equipment with some imagination and a lot of trial and error. I took off one star due to the awkwardness of trying to set up the dividers, without a general guide or examples, in a triangular bag.
By Southern Cookie
January 10, 2018
Very nice bag. Sturdy, secure and well designed. It may fit a Canon 7D with a 70-200mm lens, as illustrated, but it will not fit a Nikon D7100 with an 80-200mm f/2.8 mounted (10.5 inches). You can zip it, barely, and the sides bow out. You would not be able to place anything in the pockets on the zipped flap. One inch more and all would have been spectacular. I was looking for a nice compact bag specifically for this set up and the given measurements as well as the illustrations indicated this would be perfect. If you have a smaller camera and keep your kit light and lean this bag deserves a look. I will continue my search.
By Callie Wolfe
January 10, 2018
For the most part, it's a nice product. I love the dual zippers on each opening, love the pockets and whatnot. But the case is about twice as large as I expected, so I have no use for it. The sling is on the left side, which is inconvenient for me as I carry all my bags on my right shoulder. This is certainly meant for a male! I'm an average sized woman and it's larger than my entire stomach. Other than that, great bag, nice service, shipping was later than expected but they happily refunded me. I'm rating four out of five stars!
By Brian Sniatkowski
January 9, 2018
Very nice bag. It fits my Nikon DSLR with its 28-55mm lens along with a 50-200 mm lens. There would be room for another small lens. The large outside pocket holds lens cleaning accessories, extra SD cards, etc and the smaller outside pocket fits two extra batteries. Several inside pockets are a perfect for filters and extra lens covers. The bag is well made and a good size. Not too big, but large enough to handle what I need it to. . What knocks this down from a five star rating are two things. First, some of the straps and buckles seem to complicate the bag unnecessarily. And more important, the bag is NOT waterproof as advertised. It does come with a waterproof cover that covers the outside panel and sides, It would protect the equipment from a drizzle or short shower, but the side that goes against the body is unprotected. Because of that a heavy downpour or an extended rain is almost certain to soak the contents. Oddly enough, the outside panel and sides of the bag (the parts which can be covered) are apparently treated for water resistance (water beads when poured on it), but the vulnerable part that rides next to the body is not treated.
By Michelle P.
December 10, 2017
OK, so far I have to say that I like the bag, I just received it yesterday after a much delayed shipping issue, which I still don't know why it took so long to arrive. Granted it did come directly from China, and I did not realize this when I purchased it from the Seller. I paid less than $23.00 USD so I guess you get what you pay for, but for the lower price I guess the shipping issue isn't the worst thing. I have not taken it out yet on a shoot so I don't know how well it works, but for the money I paid for it, it seems like it's made fairly well. I tried it on at home and my Canon 80D fits with the lens on so that is the main thing. The main strap that goes over you shoulder/neck area seems very well padded so I'm expecting little to no shoulder strain or pulled muscles. I don't think this will be my main bag to store my camera like my Lowpro bag is, but I bought this for the purpose of being able to comfortably carry this over my shoulder and have easy access to the camera while I'm out taking photos.
October 19, 2017
This seems to appear under at least 3 names and prices. I have the brown one with red interior. Very well made and useful for a mirrorless camera, with zoom lens attached. Holds battery and charger and lots of miscellaneous gear. Easy to carry, well padded strongly made and good looking. Very useful for day trips and to fully protect your camera. I don't believe backpacks are safe against thieves, so I prefer this style of bag. For more room I travel with a larger Lowepro crossbody, but for a small bag this one is perfect. I really appreciate how simple it is to pull a camera out by the strap and be ready to shoot very quickly.
October 17, 2017
I'm debating. I bought the at the same time for the same trip. I think the Lowepro will win for this trip -because of the generous amount of space inside (can hold more than just my camera - an extra shirt, bottle of water, maybe a tablet) where this Caden bag closely fits my camera (Canon EOS T5i) and lens. This Caden bag has a better assortment of small pockets for accessories, and has a cool look (much swaggier than the black sling - my son definitely prefers the Caden). The real deciding factor is the strap. This strap on the Caden is definitely best when the bag is sitting on the back of my hip or cross body. The Lowepro Sling is much better at being held in a variety of ways which seems like it would be beneficial for a long walking about all day type event. Also the Lowepro is more purselike and will allow me to use the same bag for the entire event. That said, I'm inclined to keep the Caden. The Caden has the tripod straps where the Lowepro does not. I think I will use this as my regular bag to tote my camera. My current square standard issue camera bag isn't a good fit when I am just carrying it around, where this has a MUCH more ergonomic shape. I can fit my gear in here and not feel so much like I look like I am carrying a DSLR bag (and being a super thief target). I can strap my tripod on, take this with me or even stuff it in my duffle much easier than trying to stuff the big square bag. The organizational pockets and the waterproof cover seem much more aligned with taking this bag to dirtier spots (park, beach, etc.) than the Lowepro. So I think the square traditional bag goes to the back of the closet and this and the Lowepro get to share duties. The Caden for regular, everyday use and the Lowepro for carrying the camera basics and some additional non-camera stuff.
October 10, 2017
品質は？ 素材や、縫製の仕方は良いと思います。二万円のバッグと並べても、見劣りしません。衝撃吸収性材もしっかり使われていて、手落としたり、振り向きざまに当てたりしても、軽いカメラ（kissX7）なら全く無傷・無障害です。ソフト素材ですが、三角形であるがゆえに、表面積に対して角が多く剛性が高い。 大きさは？ EosKissX7やEos7の標準ズーム付きなら余裕です。さすがに、お土産や生活用品を詰め込む余裕はありません。ただし、表側に大きめなサイドポケットがあるので、ハンカチ、ティッシュ、マスク、頭痛薬、ガム、カードケースなどを入れてます。折りたたみ傘やPETボトルは外部に固定できます。 気配りとは？ １ ザックカバーが付いている。 ２ 体に当たる部分には柔らかいバッドがあり、パッド自体が大きめのポケットになっている。ザックカバーはそのパッドのポケットに収納できる。 ３ 右肩に掛けて、背中から左脇の下をすり抜けて、瞬時にお腹側に引っ張り出せる。（原則として右利き用である。） ４ 三角形の底辺に三脚を固定するベルトがある。ホームビデオ用の軽い三脚なら問題なく装着・運搬できる。 ５ バック前面に、比較的大きなもの入れがある。マチが付いているので、予想外に色々入る。 ６ 開口部のチャックが良い。硬くないし、勝手に開くほど緩くもない。 ７ バイクで背負う場合には、ウエストに回す補助ベルトがあるので、それを使えば風圧でバタバタしない。 改善点 上の二等辺が両方開くことです。二つのフタを二等辺の頂点で、互いにカチンとつなぐとロックできます。つまり、ロックをはずして、カメラを取り出せるようにしていると、反対側（下）のフタが勝手に開いて、カメラが落っこちてしまう危険性が高いのです。反対側のフタにはPETボトルのホルダーも付いてますが万一これを使用したら、PETボトルの重みでフタが開くのは必定です。これについては、付属の間仕切りを使って内部にフェイルセーフ構造を自作し、さらに反対側のフタの引き手を安全ピンで固定するなどの対策が必要です。私は反対側のフタのチャックを接着剤で固定してしまいました。 注意点 長距離を移動する際には、必ずフタのロックをかけましょう。
By Todd Ward
October 6, 2017
I bought this bag 2 years ago and it has gone everywhere with me. It's perfect for the day trips. This is the bag you pack in your suitcase for your day trips. It will hold a full-size DSLR, medium size lens attached and either a flash or another lens. And that's it. I pack a Canon 6D with my 28-135 attached and my flash. I jam a recharger in there if I have to. Extra slots for your cards and slim items such as a notebook and pens. One my side zippers just busted. I am buying another. I had it stuffed too tight. My fault. I have tried others but for me, it's perfect.
October 6, 2017
This is a really great bag! It fits our Nikon perfectly and looks great. The bag looks and feels well made and I love that it isn't the boring black that everyone else has. The interior is a bright orange-red but not obnoxious. The zippers feel sturdy and the many pockets and velcro dividers allow you to set up the bag in the way that works best for you. The camera feels safe and secure inside the padding. The bag fits my petite 5'2' frame easily and with just a few simple adjusts suits my husbands broad shouldered, 5'10" frame just as well. Lots of options for adjustments and support. Really happy with this purchase!
By Karin Loess
October 5, 2017
I bought this for a high country horse pack trip. My requirements were: waterproof; well padded; fairly compact; features to secure it well; and one-handed camera removal. This bag delivers on all. Superb construction, material, stitching, buckles and zippers. I put silicone on the zippers. Outside mesh pockets are close to zippers and might snag in them if the pockets are empty, but this is the only zipper issue I had. The rain cover comes with an elastic strap and buckle that enables you to hang it for use in a hurry. I have a Canon Rebel with a 300 mm lens and hood. The main compartment contains plenty of room for my camera with the lens retracted, and with the removable padded velcro dividers, I can make use of leftover room in the main compartment while keeping the camera protected. With one hand on the reins, a quick tug on a zipper pull and I easily remove my camera for a shot and afterwards slide it right back in and rezip the bag. Outside pockets, tabs, buckles, straps and ties provide lots of versatility. As a shoulder bag, I find it hangs comfortably. I will use this bag for a variety of activities.
By Rick Bouchard
August 10, 2017
I just got this great new camera case by Caden. It’s small, compact, holds a lot and it has a lot of pockets and sits over your shoulder either sideways or on one shoulder. It also has a lot of clips to shut areas and you cannot get in the areas unless you undo the clips, good for security while traveling. It also has a strap that goes around your belly. It is well-constructed! It is also larger on the inside than it looks. I like to stock it with whatever I am photographing…, for instance, right now it is a macro case with all my macro equipment. I suggest this one as it will be compact and against your body for safe keeping. It is waterproof and has a cover that comes with it for extra water resistance. And, at $26, it is a good deal.
April 18, 2017
The inside of the bag easily transforms into a different shapes. It allows me to use my telephoto lens attached to the base of my camera (main reason I was looking for a new bag), or it allows me to carry the normal standard lens on my camera and the telephoto lens on the other side. It is very easy to remove things from the bag when needed. It also sits nicely in the middle of your back. The bag itself is NOT waterproof HOWEVER it comes with a cover that is waterproof. There is a little pouch for it that is in the padded section that rests on your back. So it does not take up any of the storage space.
By Lily H.
March 11, 2017
I have recently become obsessed with traveling. Luckily, my budget allows for trips to Europe, etc. I ordered this bag realllllly hoping that this was the one I would use while touring around London, Paris, maybe hiking up a couple small mountains (5k ft or less). I was looking for something comfortable (I'm not really that skinny and I have big boobs), adjustable, and able to hold all my camera stuff. So far, this bag has been on a 3+ mile walk with me, a 4k foot hike up one of our local mountains, and thrown all around. It has a nice interior that I can adjust for different supplies. I can also keep my wallet and other little things inside as well. I am able to clip a water bottle on this as well. It fits comfortably in front of me or behind. LOVE for the price!
By Purple Griffon
February 23, 2017
This is a solid and well made bag, and is ideal to carry the carry and a lens or two. There are numerous small compartments that can house filers, sim cards - anything fairly thin and no more than a couple of inches. There are numerous large pockets, some of which are accessible (The one on the back) without unzipping. The interior portion can be arranged so that it will fit your camera - and if your concerned about the adjustable strap being long enough to sling over your shoulder, be aware that I am 6'3" and it goes to my waist on the opposite side. The main opening has zippered compartments (A zip is on each side of the opening flap, as well as a nylon belt that snaps shut at the top. This gives it the ability to use either one allowing quicker access to the camera and lenses inside. The bag is well made with no loose stitching. While I don't expect to use all the compartments at the same time, I like the flexibility it provides. Its about the same size as the small unpadded bag I have been using.
October 16, 2017
私のカメラはオリンパスのE-M10なので普通の一眼レフカメラよりは小さいです。写真1,2を見てもらえばわかりますが、長めの望遠ズームレンズをつけたままでも余裕で収納できます。これなら普通のサイズの一眼レフでも問題なく収納できると思います。 そして、おむすびの反対側の辺には、交換レンズをさらに2本は収納できます。他にも収納用のポケットが付いているのでスマホや財布なども入れられます。底には三脚も取り付けられますので、このバッグひとつで通常の撮影なら足りてしまいます。実は、このバッグに入りきる機材しか持ってないのですけどね。 細かい工夫なのでしょうが、ポケットのファスナーには全て紐がついていて開け閉めがとても楽です。肩掛けベルトもかなり太く、肩に食い込みにくいので助かります。
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