Epiphanie Lola Shoulder Camera Bag, Black
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- Water-resistant, high-quality synthetic leather
- Shoulder strap drop length: 9.5
- Two exterior slide pockets: 6.25" L x 5.5" H
- Detachable, padded cross-body strap: 51" max leng
- Nickel stud/hardware accents
- Ultra-soft beige lining
- Crafted with extra padding for maximum equipment protection
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This must-have super stylish camera bag can accommodate your camera body plus attached lens, 1-2 extra lenses, flash, battery pack, wallet, sunglasses, lip gloss and more! Two exterior slide in pockets give you easy access to your cell phone and business cards.
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The bag was bigger than I expected, which is a good thing, for me - I can fit my bulky MKIII body, two small to medium-sized lenses, an Expodisc (I'm kind of manic about WB) and a small wallet comfortably in the bag. I also like the two outer pockets for a quick stash of my cell phone, although I do wish that at least one outside pocket zipped. The inner zippered pocket is nice, but a little shallow. It'll do for spare SD cards and a few business cards, though.
I'm sort of up in the air about the straps - there are what are likely intended to be shoulder cushions at the top of the shorter straps, but I find these mildly uncomfortable, so I'd rather do without them. If they're intended for comfort, they're a failure; if they're intended as decoration, they're sort of useless. There is what is definitely a shoulder cushion on the longer, cross-body strap included, and that one is wider and more comfortable--although as my goal with using this bag is usually unobtrusiveness, I can't imagine ever actually using that strap. It sort of screams "not a real purse, something heavy and expensive inside", to me. It may be that the shorter traps are so uncomfortable for the long days at Disney that I will care less about this later, though.
The entire inside of the bag is lined with soft, Velcro-friendly material, so that the partitions can be arranged literally any way you need them to be. It's sort of like a game of Tetris, which is mildly entertaining. I do wish that a few of the partitions had the capability to extend to fit taller lenses, although realistically, if I'm packing the 70-200, I'm probably going to be using a different bag anyway. A little more room for the 24-70 would be nice, though.
The pleather is soft and convincingly leather-like, although a little stinky right out of the bag - that has worn off over time, though. The hardware all seems well made and sturdy, and I adore the little camera charm on the outside to a ridiculous degree.
All in all, I'm pretty happy with this bag. The only other iffy thing for me is that the bottom of the bag is pretty stiff. That's desirable for protection, I suppose, but as the bag is pretty wide at the bottom, it's occasionally a little awkward to have bumping against my waist. The few things that bother me about this bag are likely things that I'll get used to over time and not be eternally grumpy about. As a cute, unobtrusive alternative to my Undfind bag for family trips, it fits the bill.
The purse is big, but that's because its meant to hold a DSLR and lenses.
The interior is well padded and has dividers that you can move around to fit your needs.
The outside has to slip pockets, which I use to put my phone, bluetooth, and misc papers.
The interior has one zip pocket for small items.
In my purse, I have the dividers set up so the camera (Canon 5D Mark II plus 24-105mm lens attached) is in the middle (better weight distribution) with one of the inserts going across the lens so I can place things on top of it. On either side, I have one insert to create two holes. I have my 70-200mm f/2.8L II (with hood attached but turned around in the store position) in one hole (it is a little tall for the purse and makes it so it won't zip). On the other side of the purse, I have the 17-40mm lens. The two remaining holes have the 2x extender and my wallet. I am able to place a few other items in there (small journal, sunglasses case, pack of gum, coin purse to hold additional small items).
Depending on which version of this purse you get, it will either be gray on the inside or bright pink. Mine is pink.
The only reason I did not give this purse 5 stars is because it is not made of leather. For the price you pay, it should be leather. I would've even been willing to pay more for leather. But it would need to be a soft/light leather. The purse is going to wear out quickly with the material they used to make it with (I already see one spot on mine that has worn off).
Other than that, the only thing I caution about is that, if you carry this around a lot, it's going to hurt your shoulder eventually. That's a lot of heavy gear to be carrying around in a purse. I bought this because my camera equipment was stolen from my house so I now keep it with me at all times. I do have a backpack for when I hike, which is what I prefer to keep it in, but it's hard to take a backpack in stores without them asking you to leave it at the counter.