by travelermaryfromGood for one cameraThis is smaller than I thought it would be based upon the previous review. The bag shown in the reviewer's photo appears to be roomier and an older version of this bag. (The REI product photos are accurate.) There's no mesh compartment inside the lid now, and there are no spaces between the inside compartment and the outside like in the reviewers photo. I could fit my digital SLR with kit lens attached into this, but could not fit another lens. It does hold my batteries and extra memory cards as well. Should be more convenient and lighter than my camera backpack, but not as useful when I want to use my zoom or wide angle lenses.
Date published: 2012-07-14
Rated 5out of5
by AdondofromI love this bag!I use it for my "field bag" with my Canon T2i. (It doubles as general storage too) I like the bright interior color - it makes finding small items easy. The bag is roomy enough for the camera and 55mm-250mm lens. A second lens is attached with a lens bag on the side, via the lens bag's belt clip. There's enough room for two extra batteries, a Canon B angle finder, viewfinder extender, cleaning tool, polarizer filter, an IR remote, macro extension tube, cleaning tool and cloths, and a couple extra caps.
It slings over my shoulder for short day trips, and I can have a lot of handy items with me should I see a spider or flower to macro, or whatever else. The angled shape doesn't get in my way when thrown behind my shoulder. For more serious outings, I use a Clik Elite Access Camera Chest Pack instead.
Date published: 2012-04-09
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