September 14, 2015
Aside from having the most confusing strap system I've ever encountered, it's pretty small. It might work well with a small mirrorless camera, but a full size DSLR is really more than this bag can handle especially if you want to have a larger zoom lens mounted and ready to go.
The inside partitions are somewhat customizable but again there's not much room. Full access to the interior is through what I would call the back of the bag, the side against your body when you are wearing it. There is a zippered flap on the "front " of the bag that merely provides access to a couple mesh pockets about 8 or 9 cm deep suitable for maybe a manual or other small flat stuff. I tried putting spare batteries in one of the mesh pockets but when they got to the bottom they were out of finger reach. I practically had to up end the bag to get them out. I did manage to get my iPad in the compartment but it was really tight. There's no small pockets two contain stuff like battery caps and other miscellaneous crippity-crap, just one one junk bin at the top of the bag with a really annoying Velcro strap closure.
As I mentioned earlier, the strap system on this bag is a bit strange. The single shoulder strap is simple enough, but there's a second smaller strap attached to the other side of the bag that comes under your right arm and clips onto the shoulder strap totally negating the only positive feature of the bag, the ability to slide the bag around the front of your body and access your camera through a zippered cover on the side of the bag. If you leave that auxiliary strap unclipped there's no place to stow it, it just dangles back there like you've grown a long flat tail. Finally, the length of the straps are more suited to smaller individuals than a "fully grown" adult male. For me at full extension they were close to snug.
Over all the bag seems well constructed but it seems rather more like a ladies purse than a camera bag.
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