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About Canon 10-EG

• This gadget bag is an excellent value, with all the quality material of the Professional 1, at a slightly smaller size. It is designed to hold two 35mm SLR bodies, 5 - 8 lenses, plus film and accessories.
• It features full padding and interior partitions, leather reinforcing, high strength quick-release buckles, padded exterior pockets, leather snap handle and shoulder strap.
• Dimension: 11"W x 8.7"H x 7.9"D.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(5)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Lightweight (3)

Canon 10-EG Specifications

Dimensions
11'w x 8.7"h x 7.9" d
Capacity
2 slr cameras and 5-8 lenses
Colors Available
black
Mfr #
6231A001
SKU
CAGB10EG

Canon 10-EG Reviews

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4.4

(based on 5 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Excellent Value

Single outside front pouch is more useful than the next model up which has 2 pouches but thay are too small. Not overpriced like some Logo branded products. Handle on top is convenient, but should not be used in place of strap for long periods as it places all of the weight on the zippered top flap. I have 2 of these {1 larger} and have never had a failure, but it is a weakness-use the strap for long carries. Side pouches have both velcro and zipper closing for excellent protection. Tripod ha...

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Single outside front pouch is more useful than the next model up which has 2 pouches but thay are too small. Not overpriced like some Logo branded products. Handle on top is convenient, but should not be used in place of strap for long periods as it places all of the weight on the zippered top flap. I have 2 of these {1 larger} and have never had a failure, but it is a weakness-use the strap for long carries. Side pouches have both velcro and zipper closing for excellent protection. Tripod hangers on bottom are useless, but then I have said that about every bag since 1977. Good Buy

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
5.0

solid bag

By

from Pensacola, FL  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Wanted to get a bag that didn't have fasteners that could unsnap if you pick it up and the metal clasp solves that problem for me. is a little snug inside (it can fit four lenses and a camera body), but snug does also mean 'no movement inside for the lenses.'

 
5.0

Great medium size bag

By

from Sarasota, FL  -  Pro Photographer

Great price and high quality

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great first bag!

By

from Ohio  -  Casual Photographer

I'm new into photography and this bag has been great for me! I didn't find any included instructions and being new and not knowing "the best" way to layout the bag, I was a little lost. Some form of suggested layout or best practices would have been nice to see. It is very hard for something to earn 5 stars from me so this got a great rating!

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good Value

By

from Waukesha, WI  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I've very much enjoyed this bag. I bought it in April 2007 from a local retailer, took it to Argentina for a week and carried it everywhere with a Nikon D50 with attached 18-55mm lens, Panasonic hand camcorder, batteries, memory cards, 10 tapes, and a few misc cables. I've used it almost daily since then and taken it about every where I go. My only complaints are the bottom tripod straps are not the easiest to use (I went to a fabric store and grabbed some back pack clips and new straps for about 4 dollars), and the inner mesh is starting to wear a bit. Otherwise, it's held up and protected all my lenses and cameras very well, and doesn't draw a ton of attention to itself. I'd buy one again, but now a year later I need the larger version since my 'bag of tricks' has grown.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Excellent Value

By

from Dayton, Ohio  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Single outside front pouch is more useful than the next model up which has 2 pouches but thay are too small. Not overpriced like some Logo branded products. Handle on top is convenient, but should not be used in place of strap for long periods as it places all of the weight on the zippered top flap. I have 2 of these {1 larger} and have never had a failure, but it is a weakness-use the strap for long carries. Side pouches have both velcro and zipper closing for excellent protection. Tripod hangers on bottom are useless, but then I have said that about every bag since 1977. Good Buy

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Joe B  How easy is this to maneuver in the field? I have the 100EG and it's not convenient for carrying lenses and accessories outdoors. The strap is too short to balance the bag and interchange lenses. It's excellent for carrying to and from places, but I want something easier to manage outdoors. Does the 10EG fill the bill?
Shopper  easy to carry?
PETER V  It is easy to carry and also has a waist strap which I have rarely used. Although it is not a large bag there is enough room for the camera, lens, GPS, flash, batteries etc. I have carried it constantly in the past two years on trips to Europe.
Richard C  Will it hold my canon 7d and a canon 100-400 telephoto lens?
TIMOTHY B  It barely fits my 7D with the 70-200 2.8 ver II lens on it. I don't know if the 100-400 is longer that my 70-200.
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