Designed for digital SLRs, the 200DG gadget bag has a roomy main compartment for camera body and extra lenses. Front and side pockets hold extra batteries, storage media and other odds and ends. The stylish design is functional, too, with non-slip shoulder strap and water-resistant nylon covering to keep your gear safe.
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Durable bag.. a little big
from Santa Barbara
About Me Getting Started
Comments about Canon Digital Gadget Bag 200DG:
The bag is good and very spacious and can easily fit in the camera and its accessories.. However, I felt the bag is very bulky and bigger than my need :)
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from St Louis, MO
About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast
Very large, nicely made, attractive design.
just what i ordered
from terre haute in
About Me Casual user
vacation, kid sports
Great product Awesome price.
from Visalia ,Ca
Needed for Sporting events and it was more than enough room for my 4 lenses and a flash plus accessories.
I feel good
By Angel pinueve
from yauco Puerto Rico
should last for a long time
By art k
from san antonio tx
well made and a very good price
Would highly recommend
By The Boz
from Lansing, MI
Not too big, but fits everything we have -- my wife loves being about to take her video camera, 35 mm camera, SLR camera and all accessories in one bag.
Great Bag To Protect Your Investment
from New York, NY
Hold my 2 digital camera and 3 zoom lens,a point and shoot and still have space for more. Great Bag for the price.
from Weston, Florida
About Me Professional
It's large, but ultimately well designed
By The guy who wants to remain anonymous
from New York
The bag is large and it will stand out. That being said, I have a Canon T2i camera, two lenses (kit & 70-200 f/4 IS), the power charger, and wires in the bag. I estimate that there is enough space for me to put a point & shoot and maybe two more small lenses (like a 50mm prime and a 24-105 zoom). After that, the bag will be full.Don't use this bag if you're planning on walking around to take touristy photos, it is simply too bulky. Instead, buy a sling or a hip holster and take your walk-around lens. Another alternative is to use this bag as a base-of-operations bag and purchase a second bag to walk around (that's what I am going to do).I take this bag with me almost everywhere, but I don't go anywhere where it would be problematic. On the other hand, I look silly walking in the park with it.The BEST part about this bag is that it is great for what it can hold. The pocket design is fantastic. Each pocket has depth, great zippers, and zippers that flow freely.I bought this bag because of its pocket design, thoroughly padded interior and sturdy build.