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Too small for me. Bought it for $30 from adorama a few months ago and sold it for $35 a couple of weeks ago so worth the rent. Could barely fit a mirrorless body with battery grip with one decent lens. Good for apsc mirrorless and small lenses though. Or a few single use film cameras from Walgreens.
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Looks a little to small to fit my Nikon D5. Also won't fit my ultra book laptop. It is good size for mirrorless smaller body's.
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Too small for me. Bought it for $30 from adorama a few months ago and sold it for $35 a couple of weeks ago so worth the rent. Could barely fit a mirrorless body with battery grip with one decent lens. Good for apsc mirrorless and small lenses though. Or a few single use film cameras from Walgreens.
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We have the classic version of this bag. It works fine if you're traveling light. Bigger versions would eventually cut into your shoulder because of the one strap. I found the monopods straps to be mostly useless, though. Threw it off balance.
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Looks a little to small to fit my Nikon D5. Also won't fit my ultra book laptop. It is good size for mirrorless smaller body's.
250 is the smallest I would recommend for a DSLR. And then you are limited to maybe 3 lenses, a speed light, and a couple extra batteries. Obviously not huge lenses.

For a D5 though, I would not even consider getting bags with this little padding. These are great for d5600 and the like, but I would want more protection for a D5.
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I ordered one of these from Amazon. It's construction was awesome, but it was too small for my intended use. Fortunately with Amazon you can return it if needed. You'd have to be pretty minimalist for this to meet your needs.
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Thanks, hopefully this works for me. Sometimes you just want to have something small and light and leave all the extra lenses at home. Plus it's a good brand and also pretty rare to find a water bottle pouch in the smaller bags and slings.
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Been slugging around my DSLRs in the same no-name pouch for 10-15 years now – this will be a nice upgrade! Thanks OP 👍
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I quite literally just added a camera bag far less impressive to my wish list on Amazon. This will save me money, AND get me a better bag. Repped and thanks!
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Too small for me. Bought it for $30 from adorama a few months ago and sold it for $35 a couple of weeks ago so worth the rent. Could barely fit a mirrorless body with battery grip with one decent lens. Good for apsc mirrorless and small lenses though. Or a few single use film cameras from Walgreens.
It's specifically designed for a small drone so this makes sense.
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Came with my Sony FF mirrorless. One lens on body barely fits, no room for a second lens as intended. Would definitely recommend for a6000 and other small cameras. A small tripod fits well on the back, and it's very comfortable to wear. It's nice to pull out the camera without taking off the pack! (Although in good weather a strap clip accomplishes this better).
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