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This gadget bag is an excellent value, with all the quality material of the Professional 1, at a slightly smaller size. It is designed to hold two 35mm SLR bodies, 5 - 8 lenses, plus film and accessories.It features full padding and interior partitions, leather reinforcing, high strength quick-release buckles, padded exterior pockets, leather snap handle and shoulder strap.
Cover Material: Nylon
Product Title: Canon 10EG Deluxe Gadget Bag
Power Score: 4.4 | 5 Reviews
Case Style: Top-loading
Height: 8.70 in
Width: 11 in
Depth: 7.90 in
URL: Manufacturer Link
Dimensions: 8.70" Height x 11" Width x 7.90" Depth
Product Model: 10EG Deluxe
Brand Name: Canon
Product Line: Deluxe
Product Reviews (5)
Great first bag!
I'm new into photography and this bag has been great for me! I didn't find any included instructions and being new and not knowing "the best" way to layout the bag, I was a little lost. Some form of suggested layout or best practices would have been nice
By ecornwell on Adorama - May 9, 2010
I've very much enjoyed this bag. I bought it in April 2007 from a local retailer, took it to Argentina for a week and carried it everywhere with a Nikon D50 with attached 18-55mm lens, Panasonic hand camcorder, batteries, memory cards, 10 tapes, and a few
By mainfr4me on Adorama - Mar 5, 2008
Single outside front pouch is more useful than the next model up which has 2 pouches but thay are too small. Not overpriced like some Logo branded products. Handle on top is convenient, but should not be used in place of strap for long periods as it place
By Doc on Adorama - Jan 27, 2008
Good Size for you DSLR
Strengths: Good Looking, sturdy, Good size for DSLR, lots of internal and outside pocket
Weakness: Little on heavy side, the build-in waist belt is not much useful and can not be removed
The is the second camera bag I bought. It is much better for my XTI kits comparing to his younger brother 100EG, which is bit smaller. It can easily hold the body with lens on and still have room for several lens. It has many inside and outside pocket, which is quite convenient for organizing the storage. It also has a tripod carrying straps on it bottom. The only thing I don't like is the...
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The is the second camera bag I bought. It is much better for my XTI kits comparing to his younger brother 100EG, which is bit smaller.
It can easily hold the body with lens on and still have room for several lens. It
has many inside and outside pocket, which is quite convenient for organizing the storage. It also has a tripod carrying straps on it bottom.
The only thing I don't like is the build-in waist belt, which is hidden behind a rear pouch. I found out that it is not much useful to me and can not be removed.
By ye88 - Jan 12, 2007
Best Camera Bag for Canon dSLR
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