The Crumpler 7 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 8 moveable dividers in the main section. It has a 2 strap with 2 buckle closure 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 a padded handle or an attached, adjustable shoulder strap with removable pad. It is suitable for a digital SLR, vertical grip & attached lens up to 8"/20cm long, external flash unit and basic accessories, or DV cam and accessories. E.g. EOS D series SLR's, Nikon D series SLR's & attached lens up to 8"/20cm long & external speedlight.
Reviewed by 3 customers
Already taken for a couple of trips, this bag is great and also big, I didn't realize that from the pictures. I carry my D300s with the 35mm & 55-200mm and my GF-1 with 20mm and 14-45mm, SB-900 and my Cokin graduated filter set among memory cards and such. You can't tell is a photo bag and that's good. I love the choice between Velcro and standard clips. Solid construction and well padded.
The Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home is my second bag from Crumpler (the other one was euro-cousine of the bigger brother of this bag, Brazillion Dollar Bag). I decided to purchase this bag for those days when I am going out light with just camera, 2 or 3 lenses and a flash. Plus few essentials like spare batteries, polarizing filter, etc... The bag itself has nice and un-conspicuous "urban" look which does not give away that it is full of photo equipment and the size is also just right for me. There are only two annoying quirks with this bag. First one is easy to fix - the sliding pad on the shoulder strap is sliding down all the time. But you can remove it easily and the bare strap is still wide and comfortable to carry without constantly fixing the pad. The other annoyance with this bag is absence of ONE decent pocket for magazine size papers. Be it print magazine, or invoice. The front pocket is too small for magazine and envelope with invoice will get scruffy in no time by all the other items carried in the compartment (filters, small notepad and pen, wallet...). Crumpler should add one layer of the fabric on the rear of the bag, creating an open top pocket where you can slide few documents, magazine, or one of those convenient reflectors from David Honl. Other than that, I love my 7 Million Dollar bag for its look, convenient size and protection it offers to my gear.
Very flexible, rebuild/move the inside to you liking/equipment. Fits my SB-900 flash which is rather large, my D300S with battery pack fits like a glove and everything is well protected. Highly recommended.