- SLR Camera with 2-3 Lens Kit
- Nine Compartments and Pockets
- Non-Slip Gripper Strap
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$ 118.99 USD
The Domke F-6 Little Bit Smaller Shoulder Bag is a canvas shoulder bag made to carry a film or digital camera outfit. It is constructed of tough, breathable, compressible, waterproofed canvas made to hug the shooter's hip closely. It provides sensible access to the equipment, with great space-to-size ratio. The bag features military-specification hardware, webbing, and adjustable closures. It has nine compartments and pockets, including a short four-compartment padded insert and two full-length zippered pockets. The non-slip Gripper Strap runs completely around the bag.
Black, Brown, Olive, Sand
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I own two Domke bags, and will likely own another (F-2) very soon. Both of my bags are Sand color. It's a look I really like. I have this (F-6) as my daily working bag - both at home and on vacation. It typically carries a Nikon D7000, a Nikor 70-300, a Tamron 17-50, a Tokina 11-16 and either a couple of fast primes or a 35-70. The F-6 is big enough to store the camera on its side with any of the lenses attached. This is important, since I don't want to have to change lenses just to stow the camera for a few minutes. If you are going to use any of the available Domke inserts, a 70-300 is about the largest lens you can carry - on or off the camera. It's not tall enough to handle a 70-200 stood on end. If you want to carry a 70-200 lens, you'll need to remove the insert and sacrifice pretty much all else in the bag. Still, for those times when you don't need that behemoth, it holds an amazing amount of gear. With four lenses in storage and one on the D7000 I have enough room left over for a filter pack, a speedlight in its case, an extra battery, a memory card wallet, a remote release cable, and a lens cleaning kit. With all of this in the bag, it's pretty full, but I can still work out of it easily and access everything I need without setting the bag down or taking it off of my shoulder. Even this full, the bag is comfortable for a full day of shooting, although by the end of the day, you're ready for a drink and some rest. Like all Domke bags, the lack of stiff padding lets the bag hug your hip and actually makes it easier to maneuver in crowds. I can also easily shift it to the front of me if I'm concerned about "happy hands" in a crowd. I took this bag on a three week vacation to London and the Mediterranean and used it as my working bag every day. It kept my stuff dry when it rained and clean when it was dusty. It's not hermetically sealed like some bags, so I'd avoid tornadoes and hurricanes if possible - for health reasons as well as photographic reasons. Domke bags appeal to minimalists, I think. They are the essence of a working bag - no frills, no special features, no hidden compartments, no "user's manual!" (I still can't believe some camera bags come with a "user's manual!") It's a monument to simplicity and excellence. The design is pure simplicity, while the materials and workmanship reflect excellence. You won't find better materials or workmanship for anywhere near the same amount of money. If you want to spend 4 times as much, Billingham is the standard bearer. I have three small complaints about all Domke bags - the metal clips. First, they can be a challenge to work with one hand, especially when it's cold or they are wet. At times, I've needed to swing the bag from my hip to my front and use both hands to open both clips and access my gear. This can be awkward and time consuming, but I assume that if it's hard for me to get into my bag, it's equally hard for thieves and pickpockets, so there is a trade-off. Second, the metal clips can be sharp and will scratch or even cut your fingers. I've had this happen a few times - not often but enough to complain about it. Third, the clips are heavy and metal and could damage equipment if you are careless. I've not had this happen, but I've heard of some who have. That's not much to complain about really. If you are looking for a Kevlar re-inforced Abrams tank with more bells and whistles than your camera to surround your gear, you will hate this and any other Domke bag. But, if you are looking for a perfectly designed and crafted working bag that looks great and will last longer than you will, then you can't do better than Domke.
This is my first DSLR bag for my first DSLR. So far I love it. It meets all of my needs (which are very simple), I generally carry a 55-250mm,50mm, and 18-55mm. There seems to be plenty of room for 2-3 big lens plus a flash. The construction of the bag is wonderful, feels very well made. Echoing what others have said: this is a low profile bag, it does not scream "I'm carrying thousands of dollars of stuff". Carrying the bag is also easy, but as the load increases you may want to buy an additional shoulder bag for extended trips.
After reading a lot of reviews about the F-6, there's conflicting expectations between a large variety of photographers out there. For the Newbie/Aspiring Pro: One day you'll realize how rugged your equipment is and spend less time worrying about padding and more time shooting. If you're just starting out, this bag has more room than you'll ever need. If you want more padding, buy a lowpro until you get a little more experience handling your equipment. (lowpro makes a great backpacks and you'll likely end up buying both in time). For the Enthusiast: This bag will likely last you a lifetime depending on how often you actually use your equipment. Great for day trips and low-time adventures that won't require you to trek the 30lbs of gear you've collected over the years. Just bring the essentials. For the Fancy Enthusiast: Forget this bag, it's too ****, too exposed and not enough padding. What you require is a top of the line zippity-do-dah bag that makes toast. Buy the F-6 as your backup when your zippity-do-dah get's stolen. For the Professional: It's a little bit smaller than the F-2 and without fault. Craftsmanship is excellent as expected. Great for day to day work and more than enough room...Actually it feels no less than the F-2 except the profile makes it easier to navigate tight spaces. Essentially a glorified diaper bag on steroids without the antisocial stigma (for those reading this who don't understand, that's a good thing. You don't want something that looks "important" when you're working since you don't always know where you'll find yourself). For the Fancy Professional: This bag may be a little too pedestrian for you. Although it's perfect in its own way; your friends will talk about you behind your back and clients may turn up their nose at the sight of canvass. I mean just look at it! For Everyone else: It's a great bag but you'll be disappointed if you're looking for something with tons of padding and a rigid frame. The configuration is what you make it, which works for some and not others. The pictures don't lie.
This is the perfect walk around bag for me, but it's not without tradeoffs. Size-wise this bag is pretty compact and can still fit all of the DSLR equipment I need at any one time. I'm able to fit my 5D (a rather large dslr) with a medium length lens attached, 2 extra lenses (with space for 2 more), as well as all my filters and filter holders. You give up a little bit in padding to gain the extra space with the Domke. Because this bag is made out of heavy duty canvas instead of padded nylon, it's much more inconspicuous and doesn't scream "I'm a camera bag!!" If gear protection is high on your list of priorities out of a camera bag, this may not be the one for you. The latches keep everything locked into place securely, but there isn't a zipper to seal off the outside elements (although the top flap does cover any opening). Having all of the gear I need with me in a lightweight, convenient-access bag was high on my list of priorities. So for me, it's just what I needed. I chose this over the F-2 Original because it can still carry a lot without looking like a small duffle bag.