Tiffen Domke F-2 原装相机肩包 700-02A 棕色
Domke F-2 original shoulder bag 700-02A (Ruggedwear Brown) for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Leica, Fujifilm & Olympus DSLR or Mirrorless cameras with space for multiple lenses up to 300mm and accessories
- 适合两个带电机或无电机驱动的数码相机，可达 300 毫米，闪光单元和小型平板电脑
- 12 个隔层和口袋，含认证衬垫，可调节和可拆卸 4 个隔层插入系统
- 美国制造，由坚韧耐用的 蜡棉帆布制成，内含一罐蜡蜡，用于重新涂抹
- Ideal for two digital cameras with or without motor drives, multiple lenses up to 300mm, flash unit & small tablet computer
- 12 compartments and pockets which includes a patented padded, adjustable & removable 4 compartment insert system
- Proudly made in USA from tough and durable 100% waxed cotton canvas with a tin of wax for re-applying included
- Adjustable non-slip Gripper Strap securing the bag to your shoulder comfortably while travelling or in use
- Removable padded bottom stiffener and hand carrying strap for moving the back at quick notice
The Domke F-2 Ruggedwear DSLR Camera Bag was designed so that the photographer could get at equipment instantly. Includes an adjustable non-slip Gripper Strap and a removable hand carrying strap. Four-compartment padded insert and bottom stiffener to protect your gear. Numerous pockets to hold camera accessories as well as personal items. The fabric produces a unique distressed and weathered look. Fits: Two DSLR camera bodies, 3-4 lenses, a flash, plus accessories.
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Now as to the bag itself, it's pretty amazing. As other reviews have said it holds much more than the relatively small looking exterior would suggest. I regularly load the bag up with the following:
-Two 1D Series Bodies
-An extra battery
-Extra memory cards
That's makes for a very tightly packed 20ish lb bag. With the extra shoulder pad mentioned above it feels closer to a 15 lb bag which makes a huge difference. Many users have said that the bag molds to the body and the few times i've loaded the bag up much lighter, I can confirm that this is true.
My only complaint about the bag is that if it was just very slightly bigger it would go from a very good bag to an amazing bag. With the equipment load listed above, everything fits but it's a rather tight fit and changing equipment out rapidly takes some practice. Also, there's not really enough room for hoods in the bag, and leaving tripod feet on lenses requires some careful planning about how the bag is arranged. Finally, any photographer buying this kind of on the go bag is probably going to have some kind of 70-200 2.8, and unfortunately the bag is slightly too short height-wise to really fit one of these lenses, although it will 'fit' if you extend the buckle straps all the way and don't mind a funny looking bulge at the top.
If the bag was just a few millimeters larger in length and width I think that would eliminate the tight fit problems. The next step up in size, the F-1X is quite a bit larger than the F-2 and seems a bit overkill. One hope I have is that the bag will stretch out a bit over time and give those extra few millimeters that I'm looking for. I've already seen this happen with the front pocket where I keep a speedlight. When I first put in into the pocket I really had to jam it in there, but after a few weeks in the pocket, the fabric seems to relax and really mold itself to the speedlight such that I can easily just drop it in now with now effort.
The last aspect I can comment on is the waxwear finish. I think it looks fantastic and it really does a nice job of repelling moisture. There have been some people complaining about the finish coming off onto there clothes and equipment and I can confirm that this does happen to some extent when brand new and when the ambient temperature is high, but I think people are really overblowing how big of an issue it is. Maybe some bags are worse off than mine but I haven't found it to be an issue at all.
As soon as I got it, I "knew" what to put in what pocket. There is a simplicity and effortlessness to it that all my complex, multi-pocketed bags seem to miss. It somehow has exactly the right pockets, in the right places, that your brain just instinctively knows where to pack your gear. And anyone can use it-- not just photographers-- as the insert comes right out and turns the bag into a nice floppy messenger bag.
I've taken this bag through damp rainforests, gotten it filled with sand on beaches, walked through packed city streets, threw it under my feet on planes and cars, and everywhere I go it has perfectly molded to the environment without incident. It protected my gear without getting in the way. It is, in a word, ideal. I took a D600, Nikon 24-120 and Tamron 90mm Di macro, and had plenty of room left over for spare batteries, chargers, a 13" Macbook Pro, 2-3 books, wallet, keys, some Cliff bars, papers, maps, a notebook, and other random things (cables, memory cards, etc.).
For the size, it's amazing how much you can cram in there, and how comfortable it feels once you put it on. I went hiking and forgot I was wearing it completely.
The only thing that would make it better is a) if the closure mechanism was slightly easier to open, and b) if it had a separate pocket for a 13" Macbook Pro. As it is, I can fit the MBP but it has to go behind the velcro area (which has the effect of decreasing the overall structural integrity, as half the bag is separated from the rear). It also makes the straps not close completely, but that's no real problem as it still LOOKS closed and the velcro holds it in place.
I have collected at least a dozen different camera bags over the years, and as of now, my search is over. I can take this anywhere and look both casual and professional at the same time -- what more could you want?
I cannot imagine anyone not being 100% satisfied with this bag, unless you have a need for one that is ever-so-slightly deeper.