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Domke F-2 Original Bag (Sand)
|Price:||$149.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Ideal for two cameras with or without motor drives, 6 to 10 lenses up to 300mm, flash unit, 10 to 20 rolls of film, and accessories
- 12 compartments and pockets
- Patented four-compartment Padded Insert included
- Adjustable non-slip Gripper Strap runs completely around the bag
- Removable padded bottom stiffener and hand carrying strap
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 6.5 x 12 inches|
|Item Display Weight||2 pounds|
|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||3.09 pounds|
The bag that started it all. Jim Domke had the first one custom made for his own use in 1976, and the F-2 is still one of the most popular Domke Bags today. Designed so that the photographer could get at equipment instantly, without having to take the bag from their shoulder. Includes an adjustable non-slip Gripper Strap with durable cotton webbing, removable bottom stiffener, removable hand carrying strap, YKK zippers, and steel snap hooks.
Top Customer Reviews
I switched to a waterproofed nylon bag but it had its own problems. Zippers wore out and the rough nylon rubbed against and wore spots on my jackets.
Bottom line is--there is no perfect camera bag. The best I've found has been the Billingham brand (those are 5-star bags). They are dense-weave cotton with a waterproofing applied. They don't wear as easily and they don't absorb water. They're as easy to work out of as a Domke. They cost a LOT more, however.
I like the Domke bags as a less expensive alternative to the Billinghams. I still like to transport equipment in heavily padded, waterproof nylon bags but, more often than not, I'll carry a Domke or Billingham canvas bag when I'm actually shooting photos.
canvas shapes to your body, zippered pocket in flap is great for passport, money, etc. A great bag that really works.
I carry a Canon 5D with 24-105mm lens attached, as well as a 70-200mm zoom, a 85mm prime, a 1.4x tele, extra batteries, filters, cables, external flash, memory cards- and I have plenty of room.
My daughter uses a Domke F-6 which is smaller, but also has a nice amount of room. If you don't have a lot of equipment, consider the F-6 as an option.
I have to say the bag is terrific in how it looks and feels. Never thought I'd be concerned about the aesthetics of a camera bag, but this bag just looks so nice.
The space inside? I just came back from carrying around two bodies, three primes and a flash. One body has a dual battery pack. Everything fit very nice in that regard, the inserts were perfect for that load. About the only negative I have has to do with what I usually carry around for casual shooting or for shooting sports, which is a Nikon body and a 70-200 2.8 lens. With that lens on the body it takes up the full length of the bag, and makes the padded inserts unusable.
I'm going to take the inserts out of one of my old bags and cobble together an insert to better fit that camera/lens combo.
Back to the bag itself. The material and stitching are solid. The bag sheds rain drops very well, and with water beading on the surface there is no wetting of the material. Wipe or shake it off and it's essentially dry. That's nice.
The cover flap is large enough to provide good protection even when not snapped closed.
The shoulder strap is pretty comfortable "as is", which is without the padded version. I did not buy the backpack strap.
I'm considering cutting off or masking the DOMKE logo just to make the bag a little more nondescript when walking around.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
BIG disappointment. The last Domke bag I purchased - still in use - is an exceptional well made heavy duty, high quality product. Read morePublished 17 days ago by THOMAS D GRIFFITH
I bought this bag for our big vacation overseas. The bag itself is very well made, quite sturdy and well designed. It has a shoulder strap and shorter hand carry strap. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Tony Wheeler
I seem to be one of the few that also had this issue but the wax finish clearly leaves a residue. I called customer service and they said to take a hairdryer to it and try to wipe... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Scott Avidon
So, caveat lector, I returned this. Not because of any problem with the product itself, simply because it didn't match what I needed it to do. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gabriel
First receive bag looked beautiful except for a few stains on back side. I returned because of stains. Replacement did not look like the original product. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Rinker
I have 3 lenses and 2 camera bodies along with a flash unit, batteries and cards in here with room left over. Read morePublished 2 months ago by homeschool mom