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Posted by: Cookie79 from: Houston, TX on
I'll be honest. This bag was not my first choice.Mainly because of the green color I was not too fond of. But the first bag I purchased had to be returned because it was not big enough to hold my 200-500mm lens.
After having this bag for about a year now, I fully appreciate the size and quality. This bag holds everything!
I currently have in my bag
200-500 mm lens
50 mm macro lens
18-55 mm lens
18-135 mm lens
70-200 mm lens
Canon XTI Camera Body
Canon 60D Camera Body
Several filters, batteries, and memory cards..
As you can see it holds just about everythin I could ever need.
23 out of 23 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Holt8137 from: Texas on
A very pleasant find at Best Buy. Compared to my old backpack-style camera bag, this is just plain awesome. The flexible internal configuration is outstanding. After setting it up the way I like, I can easily fit my Rebel T1i, a 55mm-250mm, a 75mm-300mm, a 55mm, a 18-55mm, and a 60mm macro with plenty of room to spare. I could easily fit up to 3 more lenses depending on their size. And that's just in the configurable main storage area. Ive fit cleaning supplies, cables/charger, 2 external flashes and some other stuff in the rest of the numerous and amply sized pockets. I couldn't be happier.
14 out of 14 found this review helpful.
good for the back roads
Posted by: Trailprints from: Superior, WI on
I recieved this as a gift tso years ago, and I've loved having it around. It safely keeps all the goods intact, with no fear of stuff banging together. the center top of the opened bag allows your camera with telephoto attached to be safely stored, and can be ready to go at a moments notice. it can easily keep 3 to 4 lenses snug, while allowing enough room for 2 flashes and various other odds and ends...
Bottom straps also let you sling around a tripod, without tying up your hands.
Great and hardy bag that is ready for the trails.
seems to be water resistant to.
bag also has a chest strap, so if it's really plump full, you kan keep if from sliding off of your shoulders. two sepperate zipper pockets allow you to keep track of manuals, extra batterys, cables, ect. on the inside flap there is also mesh pockets for other storage.
11 out of 11 found this review helpful.
Great camera bag!
Posted by: JLJV from: Magnolia, TX on
I have a Canon 60D with an 18-135mm lens and a 70-300mm lens. I had a LowePro bag at first and had a lot of trouble getting all of the pieces organized in the bag. They fit.but it was tight and access to what I needed was difficult. Exchanged that bag for my current Canon one and am glad I did. My Canon bag easily and safely holds all of my equipment and is definitely an easy access bag. It is very versatile and sturdy. The way it is set up makes for easy arrangement with regard to all I want to carry in the bag. The Lowe Pro bag was more expensive even though it was the same capacity as the Canon bag. The Canon bag holds so much more than the LowePro due to the arrangement of the space. It is holding up great! The one feature the LowePro had that I wish the Canon bag had is the pull-out "raincoat" that covers the bag and keeps the rain out if you get caught in a rain shower. I can work with that though. I highly recommend this Canon Camera Bag.
10 out of 10 found this review helpful.
Really nice bag
Posted by: Suebelle from: Glen Burnie Md on
I carry a camera body, 2 zoom lenses, a macro lens, and smaller kit lens plus flash, memory cards, remote, a few cleaning items. It all fits nicely, makes for a heavy bag but being a backpack style I find it comfortable.
9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
loved this item so much I just bought a second one
Posted by: lvbigdog from: Dublin, CA on
I had bought the Canon backpack for my husband for Christmas. When he had gotten his present and I had a chance to see just how roomy this really was for his Canon he had gotten for his B.D. earlier in the year. As well as fitting his old Canon 35mm, and all the lenses of both cameras. Well, I had gotten myself the Canon 7D and just had to order one of these backpacks for myself. Not only does it hold my 7D, it also takes care of my old Canon A1 35mm, and video camera and lenses. Heck there is enough extra room that I don't have to lug around my purse any more!
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Great backpack for my camera
Posted by: Isaac54 from: Amery, WI on
I bought this bag because I have a lot of camera and camera accessories that I need with me a lot. I bought this right before a trip because I needed a bag that could hold everything I had. Right now, my bag hold my Canon t1i with it' s 18-155mm lens (my main lens), the stock lens, Canon Speedlite 430EXII, Samsung camcorder, charges, batteries, my Sony point and shoot. On the trip, I also slide in my 3DS and Nook. It fits everything easily with room for expansion. I really like how you can switch the sizes of the compartments. I have also inverted some of the compartment dividers to be more like a pocket to slide my flash and camcorder into. The back straps are very comfortable and I'm a bigger guy. The bag suits all of my needs. My only complaint is that the bag is pretty expensive.
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Posted by: RBinOKC from: OKC, OK on
I thought this might be too bulky but actually this fit my Nikon D40 and numerous accessories perfectly and it's easy to tote around.
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Nice Camera bag with room !
Posted by: porsche996 from: Placentia Ca. on
The bag carries all my stuff and some. Fits and adjusts well.
Not sure if it is supposed to be water proof, but we got stuck in a rain storm and were a good distance from shelter. The camera and goodies stayed dry.
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Unbias review on first camera storage backpack
Posted by: JoelF from: Currently Deployed (Military) on
Ok, Where to begin...
I have not owned any other backpack sort of storage system for my camera (Canon 550d) hence this is my first experience. When I first purchased I was skeptical with the size of it, perhaps it being too large and bulky for ease of travel, but I am not having that problem anymore. This is not a small pack, and not a large pack, (Haha, not too helpful of elaboration huh). It is, as the photo shows, and I would say the best part about it, is there is velcrow inside the back which gives you the ability to create a more or less custom storage area. Currently I have the 550d with a 70-300 Canon lense attached, a Canon 28-55 lense, a Vivitar (bleh) fisheye lense, and a Sigma (yay) 50mm. They all fit in it comfortably and still there is more space! Once you open the main pouch you can have ease of access to all of your larger equiptment which would make it simple for quicker changeouts. The pack is padded which I find a big plus should you have to set it down quick and get out your camera or lense, you dont have to worry about breaking something. (given, you should not slam it, i do not believe it to be armor). There are various pouches on the inside and on the front which you would easily be able to store flash cards and other equiptment.
The only thing I do not like about it, is tri-pod storage. there are straps on the sides as well as the bottom where you can strap down your tri-pod, but my tripod is a larger (so to speak) one and strapping it horizontal on the bottom would make me too wide, and the strap on the (either) side is only one so it can be a bit wobbly, although secure. This is just my smaller nit-pick. It does what it needs to do (hold equiptment safely, and secure, which it does excellent)
I feel as if I am starting to sound redundant, so all in all, I would reccomend this to s friend, and I would but it again should mine ever get lost or broke.