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Domke 701-J83 J-803 Satchel (Black)

by Domke

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  • Constructed from Ballistic Nylon
  • Large pocket for laptop
  • 11 Compartments
  • One Compartment padded insert
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Domke 701-J83 J-803 Satchel (Black) + Domke 725-310 FA-031 U.S. Post Office Shoulder Pad
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 10 x 13.5 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0009PAU06
  • Item model number: 701-J83
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 15, 2006

Product Description

This Domke J-803 Digital Satchel is made from tough as nails 1050 ballistic nylon this is one durable bag. This bag features large front pockets for a laptop or files. There are two hook and loop flap front pockets for camera bodies or lenses. A padded compartment gives safety and security to your equipment.

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With the J-803 you'll have plenty of space even with an insert.
tenchuninja
My 11" air fits in the back pocket in a sleeve, and everything else I need to carry organizes well into all the pockets.
M. Mills
This bag and camera set up make the perfect travel camera set up for vacation and hiking.
Jason A. Seale

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Presente on March 8, 2009
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I just returned from a trip to LA where I got great use out of this bag. I bought it in the hopes that it would fit my DSLR camera, Dell Mini 9 netbook, Kindle, Palm TX, MP3 player, cell phone, a book and several magazines. It fit everything perfectly. I did buy a "large insert" from Domke for extra protection for my camera. The mini insert that comes with the bag wasn't large enough for my Nikon D40. Turns out the large was a little too big...I might order the standard size insert. With all the interior pockets and the exterior pocket on the back it seemed that no matter what I brought with me for a day of exploring the J-803 could accommodate it perfectly. I also bought the U.S. Post Office Shoulder Pad which is a savior...no more of the bag sliding off my shoulder. I've had a number of Timbuktu bags but none compare to this Domke bag.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By tenchuninja on March 6, 2013
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I initially purchased the F-803 and found it to be too small. The J-803 is a little bit larger than the F-803 (the F-803 looks like a purse on a guy - not that there's anything wrong with that). I wanted an inconspicuous bag for the Sony NEX system and found the F-803 'purse-like' due to the size. The space isn't really usable unless you were carrying a rangefinder and a couple of lenses. The J-803 is absolutely perfect! I have a ThinkTank Urban Disguise 50 v2.0 that I absolutely love (it's also a perfect laptop bag. It fits the MacBook Pro like a glove - also a great carry-on bag as it fits under an airplane seat even when fully loaded with a full DSLR kit and laptop). I think of the J-803 as its little brother.

Comparison between F-803 and J-803:

Material - F-803: cheap looking canvas that doesn't look to be water resistant. It isn't lined on the inside either; J-803: ballistic nylon with lining on the inside

Flap Pockets: F-803: pockets on the flap are too small for normal adult hands; J-803 large enough to fit your hand in. Perfect for memory cards, batteries, cleaning clothes, etc.

Additional pockets: The J-803 has another zippered pocket under the flap (think of it as a large 'D' pocket). there is also another pocket between the main compartment and the front pouches that runs the width of the bag.

Padding: Neither the F-803 or J-803 have much padding to protect your gear. I don't think you'll have much space left if you put an insert on the F-803. With the J-803 you'll have plenty of space even with an insert. The J-803 has some thin padding on the bottom and the sides, but it's just the ballistic nylon on the front and back.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Mills on April 27, 2012
I've had two of these; the first one I carried all over the western hemisphere while in college, and the second replaced the first after an accident involving my then girlfriend, a pair of scissors, and an argument about cats (don't ask).

Being somewhat fickle, I moved on to other bags in different sizes and shapes, until this weekend. I ran into a guy in the airport carrying a really nice looking smaller Domke, so I stopped him and asked if it was new, and he said nope, he's had it a couple years. I get home and look at mine and as it turns out it's the same bag, except his was khaki canvas, and mine is black ballistic. My 11" air fits in the back pocket in a sleeve, and everything else I need to carry organizes well into all the pockets. A d700 with a 50mm 1.4, a 18-35mm zoom, and an assortment of other odds and ends (cards, cleaning cloth, sunglasses, etc), all with room to spare if I were to add a long lens to the mix. Really great bag.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ann on April 19, 2014
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I have been looking long and hard for a day-bag that would hold my camera plus a couple of lenses without breaking my back. We like to travel, and I wanted a bag that wasn't too bulky, one that I wouldn't mind carrying all day while exploring, but one that also could hold my Canon EOS 5D plus a couple of medium sized zooms. An added bonus would be a camera bag that looked and functioned more like a messenger, one that didn't announce that it was carrying expensive camera equipment. I wanted a shoulder bag that would allow easy access to my camera, but one that could be slung across my back for long walks when I wasn't shooting. Many bags I tried were too wide and deep, such that they were bulky, annoying to carry, and hard on my back. This bag was the first that I have tried that fit the bill. We just returned from 10 days in Italy; I carried this bag every day; never once did I feel tempted to leave it behind because I just didn't want to bother with it, and it worked great! The strap is pretty awful, however, and a good comfy strap is essential to making this bag work. I switched the strap out out for a neoprene Op/Tech bag strap, which made all the difference. Originally, I didn't like the front clasp because it was tricky to use, but I got used to it, and ended up liking the fact that it would make it tricky for pickpockets to gain access to my bag.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bob on September 29, 2012
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An excellent camera bag and general-purpose small messenger bag made from ballistic nylon, much like Tumi. This bag is slightly bigger than the "F" version, and with an extra two inner pockets. Unlike the "F", this is just big enough to hold a standard-issue Dell notebook computer (although if you are carrying around a notebook computer, then there's no extra space to hold a camera).
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