Excellent camera bag for my Full Frame Canon DSLR! Also it's a great bag to put inside another bag or backpack!
I was looking for a DSLR bag, not too big or small.. this Lowepro Format 160 camera bag is just right!
I wanted a bag big enough so i can rest my DSLR flat or sitting on it's normal position, i didn't want to let it rest on the lens, nor did i want it to rest on the screen, both seemed like such awkward or abusive positions. This bag was just wide enough, not tight or loose, just a nice snug feel! I still have room to add a lens or accessories on top of the camera, but personally i don't/wouldn't. The thought of anything on top the camera turns me off!
Two small pockets outside of the bag and one in the front.. i don't use any of them though! Great if you need it!
The great thing about this camera bag is that it fits nicely inside both my backpacks without being too bulky, it fits inside my Manfrotto Bravo30 and Empire backpacks.
I'll use this bag to be in another bag/backpack especially for hikes/trekking and adventuring when i don't want to carry by hand or by shoulder strap, who hikes like that anyways? My hands have to be free and clear!
I usually keep my Canon camera stored in my Canon 300DG bag when at home or when i go to a classy function, or when i simply want to have that "pro" look.
Overall it's an inexpensive, strong, well made, medium to large sized bag. The cushion pads inside feel pretty good, zippers feel like they won't get detached or get stuck.
Purchased this at my local Best Buy for about $30. Well worth the price, definitely worth it as a great case for outdoor adventures.
Pictures attached are of the Lowepro Format 160, with my DSLR resting on it's normal position inside. The other photo is of my camera bag/backpack setup. It consists of my Manfrotto Bravo 30 and Empire backpacks, also a Canon 300DG duffle style gadget bag, older Lowepro and Case Logic cam bags..
Lowepro is a great company while being inexpensive versus being "cheap", Would buy again if needed!