Domke F-3X Super Compact Domke Ruggedwear Bag
|Price:||$139.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Smaller compact design
- 9 compartments
- Movable center partition
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 18 x 10 inches|
|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||2.6 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
As the other reviewer said, I'm not giving this one five stars simply because the 'floor padding' could be just a tiny bit bigger. Not so much in thickness, but in coverage (it could be bigger).
This bag will accomodate a large slr with a medium/large zoom, two more lenses and there is still space for a few more gizmos like flashes, user manual, etc...
The F-3x is a superb bag in every respect, as usual. I have never been dissappointed by Domke and their build quality is revered by most in the industry. The straps are all heavy duty with quality materials. The shoulder strap has a "gripper feature" that helps prevent the bag from sliding off your shoulder. The hardware is impeccable. Bottom padding is sufficient while retaining a minimalist approach. There is no sideor internal padding other than a single divider that can be attached to internal velcro, but if you are considering purchasing Domke, you probably already know that and know it is actually a feature. The bag will conform to you unlike many other bags, of which you must conform to the bag (i.e. LowePro Stealth Reporters). The design of the bag allows you to not stick out in a crowd. The design of the bag is best intended for those wanting to travel light.Read more ›
The best thing about this bag, though, is the size. Not too big, not too small. It is perfect for my Nikon D1x (F5-size) with lens, an additional lens or two, both spare batteries, SB-28DX flash, my Linux subnotebook, several compact flash cards, and lens cleaning kit.
With some cramming, I have been able to squeeze an F100 camera body in as a film backup, but this is not a comfortable fit for the bag. I have a larger bag for when I need more gear, though.
This bag is perfect for light-to-medium travel. In other words, most of the time.
construction is top notch, great quality sewing and hardware used.
what i like about it most is that
- it looks like leather , but is is'nt
- it starts off big, but when loaded up, a few pats here and there and it gets small.
- when you take your camera out it gets even smaller,
- camera draw speed is as fast as the west
- it has 8 compartments, so every one has their own space
Padded bags are great for storage and transporting gear, but only a Domke bag give you the freedom of movement
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have been carrying the Domke F4 AF Pro bag for many years and was wary of this F3X bag which lacks the super padding of the AF bag, despite the fact that I owned this F3X bag... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Susan E. Slattery
This bag is great. It fits my GH-2 w/ Voigtlander 25mm attached, along w/ a iOptron star tracker, Lumix 35 - 100mm zoom, M. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Robert L Vecchiolli
Good bag, holds gear well, looks great and not too camera baggy. Only problem, which I didn't catch from the pics, is the relative openness of the lid even when secured. Read morePublished 5 months ago by aztecthrush
The size is enough for modern mirrorless. Its easy to draw out and placing gears. The reason I return is it arrived too late I bought a bag in local store.Published 5 months ago by Wo Wei Yan
I can't think of a more perfect bag for my setup, a micro 4/3 body with three lenses (specifically, the Olympus OM-D E-M5 with HLD-6 battery grip, the Olympus 12-40mm f/2. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tae
I bought one of these more than 25 years ago, hauled it around the world and it always protected my gear and was very easy to use. So when I wore holes through it I was very sad. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great for a night out on the town. I carry my a6000 a 35 and 50 mm lens and a small flash with diffuser. the sides hold a couple of filters and batteries. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Scott C.