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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
on December 6, 2011
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I have been searching for a small padded shoulder camera bag that would provide enough protection, yet be portable and not scream "I'm a camera bag". Unfortunately this isn't that bag. There isn't enough protection for the camera, but it is slightly padded, so I could possibly live with it. However, with a Nikon D7000 with a 18-270mm lens, it's way too small. In addition there are not extra pockets. Even an interior zipper pocket would be great for IDs or Cash, but it's very small and non functional. Unfortunately I had to return it. The search continues.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on February 19, 2012
I'm taking a trip to Colorado with my boyfriend soon and I needed a camera bag that wouldn't scream "I have $1000 worth of stuff, mug me! while walking around." I wanted it to look more like a small purse, so as not to attract attention, and I wanted to be able to sling it over my shoulder so that I could keep it close to my body.

It's pretty small, as other reviewers have mentioned, but I can still usually put everything I need into it-- more on that below. It comes with two straps, one of which I actually use as a matching camera strap on my camera! And on the inside there's a removable padded divider.

This bag is NOT very padded, but I'm ok with it because I don't tend to throw my camera bags around anyway.

I also like that it's vegan because I was having a very hard time finding animal friendly camera bags.

Here's what I put into it (not all of these things at the same time though!):

This bag fits my Canon Rebel T3 and it's kit lens beside it comfortably.

I also use it to carry my Lubitel 166+ around, small notebook, cable release, pencil, and rolls of film. I also have enough room to keep a small wallet in there.

My Lomo LC-A+ fits great of course, so I can carry extra films and flash, keys, wallet.

My Diana F+ and Diana Mini fit comfortably, and once again there's still room for accessories.

The only thing I really didn't like about this bag is that it doesn't have a pocket to carry personal items in, such as keys, cash, pens, etc.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 28, 2014
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In the pictures of the bag, it looks to be about 15" wide x 10" tall. Well in reality its about half that size. I normally read reviews before I buy things, but this time I didn't, and I wish I did. I specifically bought this for my camera (which is a Canon) an it says that its a camera bag for canons. But it is so tiny it cannot fit my camera at all. Its more the size of a large wallet than a purse/camera bag.. VEry disappointed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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I purchased this bag to hold my Canon T3i along with a small 50mm lens. Needless to say, those items do not fit in this bag. This bag is adorable as a purse for general use- but is not equipped with any padding to protect your dearly beloved DSLR or equipment. For the seller- take the listing down as a camera bag and re-list as a purse (with a divider) and your buyers will be MUCH happier!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 1, 2013
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For the price, this bag is not worth it. The leather is extremely cheap looking; the bag is smaller than the picture portrays; and there is virtually no padding inside to protect the camera. I maybe would've expected this bag to cost ten bucks. I could find a really nice regular purse for $50, stick my camera inside, call it a camera bag, and be much happier. I returned my purchase. I'll keep looking for a camera bag. I'd rather go without for a while until I find anything better than this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 24, 2013
I bought this bag to use with my Panasonic GX-1 with 2 pancake lenses. It fits the camera well and leaves enough space to fit an extra lens, my iphone, & wallet. I used it almost everyday to carry my camera, but after about 3 months of use, the metal clasp that connects the strap to the bag was loose. Every time i use the bag, the clasp opens somehow and freaks me out. For what it's worth, I love the size and the look, it truly is perfect for a mirrorless like my GX1...I bought the bag in May last year, still keep it around and use it with extra care, but I'm on the look out for a new bag with a sturdier construction.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on September 19, 2014
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This bag claims that it is big enough to hold a DSLR camera. Don't be fooled! It wouldn't even hold my normal purse items let alone my camera. It is pretty and stylish but unpractical for what they advertise it for.
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on December 28, 2013
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This is a really cute bag, I love the color & size & interior, but the strap broke less than a month after I got it. It was fairly roomy and the body seemed sturdy, I just can't use it anymore because of the strap...
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on July 28, 2013
I bought this bag on ebay for my micro four thirds camera (Oly E-p3). It fits great with the kit 17mm lens, but it needs to be reshapped because it is synthetic leather and stiff from shipping. It may take a few outings for it to look like natural leather. I bid and paid 14.99 plus 5.00 shipping on ebay but it is not called Cosmos. There is no padding in the bag to protect my equipment but with the long strap attached it works well across the shoulder and replaces a purse with a divider to seperate my camera and wallet. You can fit a telephoto lens on the other side of the divider but only for a micro 4/3 length. I can see using this for my style instead of trying to convert a purse, as long as I am not slamming it down on the ground since there is no padding.
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on March 19, 2013
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Cheapo bag for too high a price! Not worth the money! If I knew it was this cheap of a bag I wouldn't have purchased it!
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