The Snoop Camera Messenger would make an excellent spy. On the outside it plays it cool with dark coloring and classic messenger styling, but on the inside it's calculated, cautious, and a little bit sneaky. The fully padded, totally modular interior is designed to house camera lenses, bodies, and batteries. Simply move the walls around to fit the cameras you carry. If you really mean business, you can secure your tripod with the adjustable straps on the bottom of the bag. And when you're not packing (cameras), simply remove the padded insert and rock it like a classic messenger.
Reviewed by 3 customers
The X-Small bag was the perfect size. Holds my D7000, an extra lens and my SB-400 flash. The inside pocket holds my iPad mini. Exactly the size I was looking for in an everyday carry bag. Not a huge fan of the strap pad, almost wish the padding was integrated into the strap.
I've had this bag for about 4 weeks now and its been working out great for me. I was looking for a bag for my Nikon D7000 and my Ipad most of the time I have a 17 55 f2.8 lens on it and sometime ill carry another lens as well like my Nikon 18-200 or my Tokina 11-16 f2.8 for walking around in manhattan this is almost perfect. My first choice was the lowePro Reporter 150 but the black friday price I got for this was a no brainer Ive been using a Timbuk2 for my work bag for the past 3 year and its bombproof
This bag is the perfect size for my D7000 with a 28-300 lens attached, plus one additional medium size lens. I really like that it's not larger than necessary, but not too small, either. I actually have a 35mm f/1.8 lens and a SB400 (small) flash, with enough room left over for my wallet and phone and a little extra space. Inside pocket that says you could fit an iPad, but that would be too tight with my camera. Might work if I didn't have the big lens mounted. Two side pockets hold my misc. small stuff and memory cards. It's waterproof, which is important for living in a rainy climate.