Rated 5 out of
"Small bag, feels like a bathtub""The 10L is the smallest of the flipside sports, but it fits a surprising amount of gear. Fits my compact body without the battery grip attached, an attached 70-300mm, an extra lens, Flash, the afforementioned battery grip, extra batteries, charger, threaded filters, SD card case, an 8x11 collapsible softbox, a 10"" tablet, Zip ties, a multitool, flashlights, lenspens, cables, a tripod and a partridge in a peartree. It replaced my venerable old slingshot, and carries more gear. Everything stays tight and snug. Nothing rattles. The dividers are customizable so you'll likely be able to find a spot for each one to keep all your gear separated and the padding keeps glass bits from going ""crunch"". If I have one complaint it's the body side access. Loved it while going through the airport and seeing shady people eyeing my camera bag, knowing they can't get into it without getting it off my cold dead body first. Hate it when I have to get gear quickly. I'm sure the waist strap swing-around feature works great for anyone in skinny jeans. It doesn't work as well the further you fall towards portly. The 10L won't fit my camera with the battery grip attached. (I half expected this from research anyways) The next size up would likely fit the bill if the added volume is important to you. I make do. If you want a small daybag for active hikes, mountain biking or for carrying around town and only need to carry a camera and some essential lenses and equipment, this versatile lightweight bag will fit the bill."