Top positive review
Well designed bag with enough space for lenses
4 November 2017
If you have been struggling to decide whether a sling bag, backpack or normal side bag would be better, you'll probably like this. I wanted a non flashy bag that I can travel with so tried sling bags but the first one I ordered from Amazon basics wasn't very comfortable. It was costlier but looked bad and squarish and the zippers made hell of a lot of noise. The straps weren't very adjustable and it ended up putting a lot of weight on my shoulder and messing up your shirt.
This one is perfect - the straps are comfortable, can be loosened and the quick release strap holds it in place till you need to take the camera out. Swinging the bag to the front to take the camera out is quite easy as well.
I was a little worried that it won't fit my 70-300 mm lens but it fit in the top compartment which has an elastic strap as well. Right now I have a Nikon d3300 with 35 mm lens and hood attached along with the 18-55 kit lens, 70-300 mm zoom lens and a small gopro in the bag.
Unlike the official pics the camera doesn't fit so snugly as most cameras are smaller than the camera shown in the pic but it doesn't move around because it's the other end that faces downwards so gravity holds it in place.
It also has a raincover and a side strap and net pouch which can hold a small tripod or a selfie stick. Here's some pics so you can see for yourself.
I would say buy. Only reason not to is if you have a more lenses or if they are very heavy. The sling makes the weight come on a single shoulder. Seems fine to me as the bag is very light but with all lenses including the zoom in, I'll need to see if its uncomfortable after a while.
It's also got some nice pockets to hold lens caps, memory cards, etc.