- Product Dimensions: 10 x 12 x 5 inches ; 7.4 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 7.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B00XCGBLIE
- Item model number: B00XCGBLIE -P
- Average Customer Review: 205 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,210 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Timbuk2 Snoop Camera Insert
|Price:||$27.27 - $36.00|
|Sale:||Lower price available on select options|
- Padded and convertible protection for your SLR or GoPro
- Internal organization for chargers and cables
- Fits in messengers and packs in either vertical or horizontal orientation
- External grab straps
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The Snoop Camera Insert is updated to fit in both messengers and backpacks, so you can move to capture the perfect shot in comfort. The light weight ripstop fabric is strong and sturdy so your stuff stays protected. The Snoop Insert unfolds like origami, so you can turn it into a flat, clean organizational space. A back slip pocket holds camera accessories and D-String attachments mean you can use your own strap, like the trusty one your parents bought you in high school.
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The Snoop XS fits into my standard sized messenger bag, along with my Gitzo GT1542T tripod (with the legs flipped up) and Markins Q3T head, with the head removed. I can also fit all of this in my North Face and Jansport backpacks.
The quality is top notch. The padding is good. The lid is not padded, but it fine. It has two interior padded dividers, which enables me to transport my camera and two mid-sized pro lenses. The zipper is medium duty. The strap on the top back of the Snoop is very useful.
All-in-all, a well designed, high-quality bag. Very highly recommended!
Because this combination gives you a messenger bag on one side and a camera bag on the other it's easy to overload its capacity and make it overly heavy. I chose to limit the camera side to my Sony DSLR and two lenses. On the other side I only carry the things I really need.
The interior dividers are very flexible and there are four of them. (Two center dividers which have a pleat in the middle and two smaller dividers which work well to really customize the bag to your needs.) I have the two center dividers positioned so that my camera with an attached lens sits in the middle. I placed a smaller divider between them creating a false bottom look where I place spare batteries. The light blue color makes it easy to find dark colored items in low light. The interior and the dividers are very soft and the velcro really grabs and holds.
Because of the velco flaps on the Commute bag it really seals out moisture and dirt. Overall I bought this because my old camera bag just wasn't big enough to carry anything more than my camera and lenses. This insert lets you upgrade your Timbuk2 messenger to a camera bag/messenger bag and back to just a messenger bag by just removing the Snoop insert.
Update: I've seen the medium bag back listed for a day or two and then sell out quickly. If you see it listed grab it fast because these bags are now selling for crazy prices from other merchants and ebay.
Build is excellent. Only improvement I would make is to add a small mesh pocket to hold batteries/memory.
It is not really made for quick access, so don't plan to be constantly reaching in and grabbing your camera to shoot a couple shots and then replace in the bag. Speaking for myself, once my camera is in my had it tends to stay there or around my neck for a considerable period, and I use the bag for transporting.