The Crumpler 3 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag is a 900 denier, water-resistant, nylon shoulder bag made to carry photo gear with accessories. The bag can be customized using the moveable divider in the main section. It has a strap with buckle and a touch fastener Silencer flap that prevents the "hook and loop" closure from being used.
There are four pockets for accessories and the bag is carried by an attached, adjustable shoulder strap. It is suitable for a compact digital SLR, standard zoom lens attached, or DV cam and accessories. E.g. EOS 300D, 30D, D70, D200 (without battery grip) & up to 6"/15cm long lens attached
I own the previous version of the 5 Million Home, purchased in Feb-2013 and I LOVE the bag. I ordered this one since it was the "new" version, and it totally blows. It is about 15% smaller than the previous model, it only has one center latch and 1 center velcro, where the other one had two latches and velcro in the corners. The zip up pocket on the inside cover is gone, the new dividers are thin flimsy material and the overall bag feels cheap compared to the previous model. Do yourself a favor and skip this bag, get a used one of the previous version, Crumpler should be embarrased that they even produced this one to replace a legend
I photograph work sites on our annual mission trip. I've been looking for a lightweight, waterproof, camera case for when I do not wish to carry every accessory I own. This did the job perfectly. I was able to carry an extra battery and the pockets are roomy enough to carry other things such as an ID, credit cards, and cash if desired. Though the colors are a bit obnoxious, that proved to be helpful when I would set it down and walk away from it. It's quite noticeable.
I bought the Crumpler 5 Million Dollar Home Shoulder Bag to hold my Canon EOS M and lenses but on vacation I put my Canon 60D with Sigma 17-70 and carried a Canon 55-250, charger and 270EX II flash. The bag is well made the perfect size for vacationing.
I have long admired Crumpler's attitude and creativity, such as their "Bags for Beer promotion". I'm in the process of reducing my photo load and this bag forces me to restrict my equipment, yet big enough to be reasonably versatile. It holds a mirrorless 4/3rds camera with 4" lens attached, a 12mm w/a lens, flash, spare battery, spare memory card, and 4 filters. The bag has a broad comfortable strap that rests well across the shoulders, fixed partitions in the main carry area, which I like, a full length pouch under the cover that will accept 1" thick objects without over stuffing, it is well padded and appears well shielded from the weather. The only problem I am experiencing is, the cover also covers the snap mechanism to open the bag, if the snap mechanism were just below the cover it could be intuitively grasped and squeezed without thinking or looking. The decision to place the snap under the cover may well have been an aesthetic one. Hopefully I will overcome this with time and use. Others who try to carry this bag on a single shoulder above the bag may find it slips off easily and often, there is no padded shoulder grip on the shoulder strap. As you can see from the 5 stars I give it I consider the cons very minor. This bag suits my purposes quite well.
Love the bag !
I bought this new bag for the size and flexibility it offered but what I missed was the fact that it has two giant straps that sit on top for a tripod, which I do not carry. The straps must be swung around to the back so as not to be visible in this photo. You could not remove the straps so I returned the item.
Great Bag! Simply, a very well-designed camera bag. It works great if you're looking to carry a DSLR w/ lens attached, an extra prime lens, & a battery charger. It should all fit in there just fine. My setup includes a Nikon D7100, a Nikkor 18-200mm lens, a Nikkor 35mm prime, & Nikon charger. My only qualms with this bag is that w/ the D7100 + 18-200 lens, it sits a little high in the bag. If I took out all of the inserts & put in the camera (w/ 18-200mm lens attached) side-ways, it sits at a depth I'm more comfortable with, but doesn't allow me to keep the prime lens & charger in there. Also, it does not hold my SB-400 flash in addition to the above mentioned equipment. That being said, I'm probably going to go w/ the 6 Million Dollar Home just because I like a little more room & depth to the bag. It's really a quality bag though! Highly recommended!
This is a very well designed bag. Materials and construction are first rate. It turned out to be a little small for my needs but that is not the fault of the bag. The only con I can think of is the fact that the top opening is smaller than the inside dimensions of the bag. This can make it difficult to grab the camera (in my case, a Nikon D3 with an 18-200 zoom) quickly when needed for a fast shot. This seems to be a trend by a number of bag manufacturers, though, so it may be unfair to single out Crumpler for criticism in this regard. An excellent bag. Even if it weren't, who could resist buying a bag described as "snot green"?
This bag can hold two lenses plus my camera. It is sturdy, balance, and the bag allows you to change the dividers. I love the colors. A good bag to take lighter gear.
I needed a bag to carry my lighter gear around for my photowalks and with the 4MDH I got exactly what I needed. I have a Fuji X-T1 with the 18-55mm and the 14mm lenses, four SDHC cards, a pocket reflector and an extra battery and it all fits snugly in this bag.