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About Domke F-4AF

Today's professional autofocus SLR bodies are larger than ever. Twist on a state-of-the-art zoom lens, and you've got a formidable piece of equipment that can challenge any compact camera bag. Jim Domke's answer is the ingenious F-4AF. Many of his fellow professional shooters from around the world contributed to the design of this bag.

The Domke F-4AF is commonly used for Transporting gear and more.One reason why the Domke F-4AF is popular is because of its Strong construction

Summary of Customer Reviews

(7)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Lightweight (5),Strong construction (4),Well padded (3)
Best Uses:
Transporting gear (4),Protecting gear (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Enthusiast (3)

Domke F-4AF Features

  • Eight compartments and pockets.
  • Large Padded Insert holds autofocus SLR/zoom lens in a "grab-and shoot" position. Second insert has twin compartments for extra lenses or "potato masher" strobes. Insert system fully compatible with other Domke Bags.
  • Adjustable non-slip Gripper Strap.
  • Open cell foam liner sewn into bottom.
  • Removable hand carrying strap.

Domke F-4AF Specifications

Internal Dimensions
Main compartment 9L x 8W x 11"D
Weight
2 lb. 7 oz.
Material
Canvas
Capacity
Nikon F-4/F-5 or Canon EOS-1 with zoom lens mounted, two additional zoom lenses, flash, film, accessories. Also perfect for many medium format cameras and video palm-corders
Colors Available
Black, Navy, Sand
Mfr #
70040S
SKU
DMF4AFSD

Domke F-4AF Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4.9

(based on 7 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Domke Delivers

This is the second Domke bag I have owned--among a half dozen other brands. My first Domke, a larger bag, I have given to my son: these bags only get better with age. No other bag comes close to the utility and smart design of Domke. Last year I made a mistake and bought a Billingham (very expensive)camera bag and was disappointed from the start compared to the Domke I had given away! So I bought another Domke and won't use anything else.

Reviewed by 7 customers

 
5.0

A Bag For A Revolution

By

from Dallas, Texas  -  Pro Photographer

I used this bag for two years in Egypt and Ethiopia. The primary attributes were that it's tough, low-profile, and the 'sand' color helped make it appear less threatening for a variety of reasons. I did cut the center clasp off to be able to pop the top open faster to change lens. For field work and photo-journalism it proved excellent, camera body, two zooms, a couple of batteries, you're set!

 
5.0

A bag for life.

By

from BROOKLYN,NY  -  Photo Enthusiast

Will use daily due to its strong construction and good looks.

 
4.0

Excellant Quality

By

from Lone Pine, CA  -  Professional

This bag is used to transport equipment in both aerial and extreme desert photography

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is a great bag.

By

from Indy  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I like this bag because it provides excellent dry weather protection without looking like a camera bag - I don't think it will provide much protection from rain for very long. It is very inconspicuous. The canvas is very thick as is the padded removable inserts. This bag is like a pair of jeans in that it will probably look better the more it is "worn". I'm able to pack a Nikon D300, 17-55mm F/2.8, 55-200 VR F4-5.6, 50mm F1.4, MB-D10 Battery Pack and extra battery tray, SB-600 flash, plus all the little things. This thing really holds the gear and is easy to work from. I plan on buying more Domke stuff - eventually.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

GREAT BAG

By

from Washington, DC

You will need the strap cushions they sell. This bag does get heavy with a med. format camera and assessories.

 
5.0

Outstanding bag for monster digital gear

By

from Wash, DC area  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

This bag holds an amazing amount of gear. Right now a Canon 5D with a 24-105 F4 zoom attached, a 70-200 F4 zoom, three 580 flashes, battery grip, camera-flip for tripod, all cables, CF cards, manuals, flashlights, notecards & pens,other odds and ends. And it's smaller than my vintage Domke bags that I have used for the last 25 years. This is a complete setup (except for tripod) for the theater and dance photography I do. Since I mainly work indoors I do not need weather protection, but I do need quick access in the dark. My only complaint is that the clip ring for the cover strap is at the very bottom of the bag and quite awkward to work.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Domke Delivers

By

from Marborough, CT  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

This is the second Domke bag I have owned--among a half dozen other brands. My first Domke, a larger bag, I have given to my son: these bags only get better with age. No other bag comes close to the utility and smart design of Domke. Last year I made a mistake and bought a Billingham (very expensive)camera bag and was disappointed from the start compared to the Domke I had given away! So I bought another Domke and won't use anything else.

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Max M  I have a Pentax 645d camera (medium format) and with my usual lens it is about 9 inches when mounted. Will this bag work with the lens mounted?
RICHARD R  I think you may find it tight. I had a Canon 7D with a 150-500mm Sigma lens which is about 9 inches also and it actually fit well with the camera body on its back. Was also able to fit two other lenses in the main compartment and extra flash, batteries and accessories in the large side pockets. But the 645 is quite a bit bigger. You may be able to get the camera in without the lens and the lens to one side. That said, I had a lot of bags and this was one of the best made, rugged and usable cases I've had and if I still had my camera, would gladly buy another Domke if this one ever wore out, which might be unlikely. Would also highly recommend their camera strap.
Max M  Thanks for the reply. I'm not sure what you mean however. Do you think the body of the camera is too big. The body is part of the 9 inches. If it can't stand upright, would the camera and attached lens lay down in the bag without the insert? I could then possibly carry another lens with a soft case with it? Please give me your thoughts. Thanks again.
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