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The Domke F-3X Super Compact Bag is a waterproof canvas bag made to carry a DSLR with 2-3 lenses and accessories It has three compartments, six pockets and a removable padded partition wall. The bag has an open-cell foam liner on the bottom that adds cushioned support. It comes with a removable hand strap which can be used whether the bag is open or closed. It has an adjustable non-slip Gripper Strap that runs completely around the bag, made with high-friction rubber that is infused within the strap. The bag has military-specification hardware, webbing and adjustable closures.
Exactly the size camera bag I have been looking for. I have been a loyal Domke customer for many years and have always found their products exceptional.
My camera bag for Olympus OM-D. I have it with three lens. After putting them all, there still a lot of space to put my wallet and cigaratte in. Convenient and look good. I love it!
Fits 60D perfect (T2i with grip was little tight though). In bag 60D w/18-135mm 50-250mm 2 Flashes Manuals Bunch of other small stuff Still room left. This is also the 1st bag that clings to my shoulder and hugs my body. All good.
I was looking for a stylish, inconspicuous bag that could hold all my day-trip photo equipment without looking like a traditional camera bag. After much research, this bag fit those requirements perfectly, plus it's well-constructed and made in the USA to boot. Unfortunately I have two issues with this bag that are causing me to send it back. These are not actually design flaws, but more like incompatibilities with my lifestyle, so I'm not reducing my rating because of them. Here they are: 1. This bag is really floppy and by itself has almost no structure whatsoever. It's kind of like carrying your equipment in a burlap sack. Domke's are famous for this "body hugging" trait which many people find quite attractive. For me, however, removing my camera seemed to cause everything else to sort of fall to the center and take its place, filling the space and making it difficult to replace the camera when I was done with it. This made the bag a bit difficult to use while hanging on my shoulder. A bit more structure (padding or otherwise) probably would have alleviated this problem. 2. The top flap is quite loose and allows your hand to access the interior of the bag even when clipped shut. This is probably a plus for pro photographers who need quick access to their equipment--in fact, I suspect the somewhat unusual cloth loops on either side of the main chamber were put there to hold equipment in this "quick draw zone." However, it also means that you have to make sure your bag is upright at all times or equipment could potentially fall out. As a father of a 3-yr-old and a 6-yr-old, I can't guarantee that anything I own is upright at any given moment. As I said, in general this is a well-made bag and probably works just fine for many people. For me in particular, however, it doesn't fit my lifestyle.