I bought this camera bag to supplement the original size SONY bag designed to fit the RX100V. The original bag is great to carry a minimal kit in the field. This bag is quite a bit roomier and is not too large that it would get in the way when backpacking, walking around, to trying to keep things easy to take around with you. My wife took the original Sony bag with her on a trip. While it worked, she had to constantly fiddle with the contents and repack everything, especially after needing to charge the batteries. She could not take the wall charger with her, so she was left with the USB accessory cord as the only option during the trip. When she returned she described in detail everything she had to do to manage the camera, and taking pictures, and charging the battery. Based on the effort with all the items used with the camera, we purchased the Lower Pro SH 100 II. The bag is approximately twice the size of the Sony bag, but the extra room makes all the difference. Currently, she keeps, her wall charger, an extra SD card, 2 additional batteries, and the USB Accessory cable. There is still room to spare. One of the nice things about the interior compartment is a velcro flap that can be adjusted to create a nook which fits the Sony camera precisely. Outside of the nook, the wall charger is placed next to it, as well as the USB cable. There are 2 pockets with crimped tops on the outside, where she stores her batteries. Turning the bag upside or dropping it does not let the batteries outside of the pockets. The bag comes with a belt loop, one can attach to their waist, as well as a wide strap that uses good size clips to attach to the bag. The strap is sturdy enough it would survive most of the rough and tumble of the outdoors without breaking. The bottom of the bag has a rubber style skid plate as well, which is very useful in the out of doors. The top of the bag comes with a sturdy hand strap for carrying.