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Peak Design Field Pouch Accessory Pouch (Charcoal)
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- Holds Camera Accessories & Cords
- Expandable Design
- Multiple Inner Pockets
- Fold-Over Top Touch Fastening Flap
- Weather Resistant Waxed Shell
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FIELD POUCH - (Charcoal)
Every good bag needs a wing-bag.
The Field Pouch is an expanding pouch for cords, accessories, batteries, hard drives, and even mirrorless cameras and lenses.
Keep it in your bag, wear it on your belt or attach any Peak Design strap to turn The Field Pouch into an ultralight sling bag.
With an expandable roll-top design, a waxed outer shell and felt inner padding, The Field Pouch can safely hold and organize all of your odds and ends.
It also includes an attachment point for Capture, making it an ideal bag for carrying mirrorless setups.
3 INCREDIBLY USEFUL BAGS IN 1
Carry all the small stuff: cords, SD cards, battery packs, handcuffs...you get the point.
Attach any Peak Design strap (sold separately) wear as a sling bag.
Hang from any belt using seatbelt style belt/carabiner loops.
ADAPTABLE TO ALL TYPES OF GEAR
Unique roll-top design expands and contracts to hold a lot or a little.
6 STRETCHY MESH INNER POCKETS
Organize items of all sizes and keep them right in their place.
ANCHOR CONNECTION POINTS
2 Hypalon-reinforced loops on the back of the pouch allow the attachment of Peak Design Anchors (2 included) so you can in turn attach any Peak Design strap.
HIGH-QUALITY DENSE FELT PADDING
Provides light protection for hard drives, lenses and other delicate items.
HIDDEN ZIPPERED INNER POCKET
Stash away a spare key, money or other small valuable items.
CAPTURE ATTACHMENT POINT
Hypalon loop on the front of the pouch lets you attach any Capture Clip (sold separately) so you can rigidly carry smaller cameras, lenses or binoculars.
DURABLE, WEATHERPROOF SHELL
Waxed 500D Kodra shell with DWR coating repels water. Roll-top closure prevents dust and moisture from entering inside.
Available in Tan, Charcoal or Ash.
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Getting good solid information about this pouch was difficult, so given that I thought it might work for me, I just ordered it. This review—at this point will hopefully assist others who are also having a difficult time imagining the interior layout and other features.
Workmanship of the bag is exceptional. The sewing is perfect, materials are good looking and the reinforcements look like they will add immeasurability to the bags durability over the years.
It is somewhat difficult to see the inner pocket layout in the promotional photos. The pouch is fully lined with about 3mm thick felted padding (light grey) which defines the main compartment. There are pockets behind both sides of this felt padding…a zip pocket in the front which is divided vertically in the center, and a set of 4 pockets in the back—also divided vertically in the center.
The front zip pocket is somewhat hard to find as the zip blends into the seam. I do wish this front zip pocket was NOT divided in the center as it would be a nice secure area for documents/cash/thin wallets etc. A passport would fit in this zip pocket if the division was removed. After using this for a while I may take out my seam-ripper and remove the divider.
The rear set of pockets consist of two behind-the-felt pockets that are open at the top and two stretch-mesh pockets sewn to the felt padding. The mesh pockets will hold smaller lenses as they stretch well and would keep two small lenses from rolling around in the main pocket and knocking into each other. The rear pockets are deeper and wider than the similar front pockets and each could hold a thin wallet, memory card wallet, spare batteries, coiled cables, even a small format hard drive.
A very nice design feature is that the closed pouch depth is variable. It is a fold-over design allowing the pouch height to extend about 2 inches if needed. Full length Velcro makes this fold-over flap completely adjustable for pouch depth and will securely close no matter at what point the pouch is folded.
The whole base is covered in a dense “rubberized” sort of material for wear resistance—and I imagine this is also fully waterproof also.
Seatbelt material forms the belt loops and can easily slip over a ThinkTank belt—2+ inches wide.
There is an additional patch of the rubberized material on the front—designed for a capture plate though I cannot quite imagine hanging a plate and camera off the stuffed pouch.
The back side also has two Peak Design Anchors so a Peak Design camera strap can easily be added or removed for use as a shoulder bag.
I intend for this to be a belt pouch on my camera back pack. Contents will likely vary quite a bit, but spare batteries, graduated neutral density filters, polarizer, lens cap, 1.4x extender, lens pen, lens cleaner, microfiber wipe, notebook, pen, sunglasses, Allen wrench, and other small stuff will likely find a home in the assorted pockets. Other walking items like compass, map, snack bars could also find a home in the pouch.
I normally have a ThinkTank Speed Changer or Slim Changer on my backpack belt to house my spare lens. While I could easily put my Zuiko 12-40 f2.8 in the pouch and possibly by using the extension ability even my Zuiko 40-150 f2.8, there would be no way to have much of the other small stuff in there too. So for me this will likely end up as a camera belt-carry-junk drawer.
I am going to give this five stars— I find it to be an interesting design, plenty large enough for my needs, (not too large and thick like most accessory camera bags), and exceptionally well-constructed. I had considered going to 4 stars for the front zip pouch sewn divider which is the only design “defect” I can find—but this is a completely personal “defect”. Since I have yet to stuff it full and use it, I think it deserves 5 stars for the innovative design and well thought out feature set.
Later in the year I will post an update after some field use.
Once combined with the "lite" strap it is perfect for my need.
Also, the bag is not a rectangle but more wedge shaped so it's not QUITE so big as it appears in the pics. It only grows taller, not wider.
HOWEVER, it is an amazing bag for what the description says, which is filters, caps,chargers, keys, random knick knacks, etc. Great for two of my small m43 lenses and with the capture point on the front, I have plenty of space for one day shooting. Will update with a photo when i get home! When paired with a slide lite strap, this thing becomes a little man bag hehe. Definitely worth the price, and very thoughtfully laid out.
How am I using it? I have a Samsung NX500 with a 30mm lens (this is compact mirrorless camera with a prime, almost pancake lens) which is what I put inside this bag with a few other accessories if I am out and about. I also use the Peak Design Slide strap for this pouch so it's the perfect setup for me. I also needed a compact bag to keep my camera in when I travel on the plane with my carryons. Once again this bag fits nicely inside a backpack and takes up minimal space.
Super impressed with Peak Design. Check out their YouTube channel. They show you EVERYTHING about the bag.
Compared to similar offerings from Think Tank, this pouch is less bulky, more well built, better looking, and the included quick release tabs give you a ton of flexibility. Being able to attach a Capture Clip for holding a camera with is also a great idea that I take advantage of regularly.
Overall I think this is an excellent product, especially for daily use and keeping small items handy on set/at weddings. It's not going to replace your full photo belt or vest, but you're also not going to bring your photo belt with you when you're out and about with friends and family.