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Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag

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You Pay: $199.95
Product Highlights
  • Fits D-SLR Camera 2 Lens Kit
  • Holds a Rangefinder and Digital Camera
  • Holds an Apple iPad
  • Interior Pockets
  • Removable Rain Fly
  • Reversible Shoulder Strap with Pad
  • Padded Haul Handle

The Incase Design Ari Marcopoulos Bag (Grey) is a low-profile bag designed for carry all the gear that will be needed for an outdoor walking trip. It can hold a D-SLR camera with an attached lens, a second lens, and 2 small rangefinder or compact digital cameras. It can also hold needed accessories and an iPad. The bag is made from heavy-duty canvas construction with a water-repellent coating. There are adjustable padded dividers that make camera and lens compartments. The pockets have a faux fur interior. There is a removable rain fly (rain cover) to keep the elements from ruining the gear. It is carried by a reversible ergonomic, padded across-the-body shoulder strap with one-handed adjustment slack pull and a large side release buckle. It also has a padded haul handle.

Case is designed by professional photographer Ari Marcopoulos and includes custom branding elements.

Bag Basics
  • Fits D-SLR camera with lens attached, additional lens and accessories
  • Holds a rangefinder and compact digital point and shoot camera
  • Holds an Apple iPad
  • Exterior cargo straps
  • Removable rain fly (rain cover) with custom Ari Marcopolous print
Material
  • Heavy-duty canvas construction with water-repellent coating
  • Adjustable padded dividers for camera and lens compartments
  • Faux-fur interior for pockets
Pockets
  • Quick-access point and shoot camera pocket
  • iPad slip pocket
  • Interior pocket for documents
  • Interior zippered pocket
  • Two interior side stash pockets
Product Highlights
  • Protective flap with magnetic closure
  • Zippered access to padded interior storage compartment
  • Custom Ari Marcopoulos branding elements
Carrying Options
  • Reversible ergonomic, padded across-the-body shoulder strap with one-handed adjustment slack pull and large side release buckle
  • Padded haul handle
Material Exterior: Canvas with water-repellent coating
Interior: Padded camera and lens compartments
Interior: Faux-fur
Type of Closure Zippers and magnetic
Exterior Dimensions 18.9 x 11 x 6.7" (48 x 28 x 17cm) (WxHxD)
Interior Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
Tripod Holder No
Carrying/Transport Options Haul handle
Shoulder strap
Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag
  • Rain Fly
  • 1-Year Warranty
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    Incase Designs CorpAri Marcopoulos Bag
     
    4.5

    (based on 49 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (29)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (15)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (4)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (1)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (0)

    93%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Strong construction (38)
    • Easily accessible equipment (35)
    • Comfortable (31)
    • Well padded (27)
    • Lightweight (22)

    Cons

    • Not enough pockets (5)
    • Cumbersome (3)
    • Hard to access equipment (3)
    • Uncomfortable fit (3)

    Best Uses

    • Daily usage (30)
    • Protecting gear (23)
    • Transporting gear (20)
    • Travel (5)
    • Storing gear (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Photo enthusiast (14), Semi-pro photographer (13), Casual photographer (11), Pro photographer (9)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (42), Yes (3)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Great bag for cameras, not for MacBooks

    A well-balanced camera bag that supports an appropriate amount of gear for day shoots and adventures. It's medium-sized and I found that while fitting a 13" MacBook is possible, the added weight...Read complete review

    A well-balanced camera bag that supports an appropriate amount of gear for day shoots and adventures. It's medium-sized and I found that while fitting a 13" MacBook is possible, the added weight is far too fatiguing and cumbersome. My upper body is gym-fit but wearing it for a few minutes strained my shoulder. It's readily apparent this bag was designed for a lighter payload.

    Without the added heft of a laptop, the Ari is wonderfully balanced and slings reliably for quick access to my gear. It's materials and build quality are superb, with a style that doesn't scream "expensive camera inside, steal me!".

    I've attached pictures showing all the stuff I crammed into mine. Impressive lil' bag!

    VS

    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Nice bag, some flaws...

    Disclaimer: I am no professional photographer, just an enthusiast photo-hobbyist!

    Disclaimer 2.0: The best thing to do is to try the bag out yourself. These are merely my initial...Read complete review

    Disclaimer: I am no professional photographer, just an enthusiast photo-hobbyist!

    Disclaimer 2.0: The best thing to do is to try the bag out yourself. These are merely my initial thoughts on it and what I think sucks might be the thing that you think is awesome. Try it, if you don't like it, return it! =0)

    Before we get into the nitty gritty, I am going to answer the question that I spent HOURS poring over the interwebs about, only to end up just GOING to a store and actually putting all my stuff in it to try out:

    YES. This bag WILL FIT a 15 inch MacBook Pro with retina display. There is a zippered pocket in the back that is meant to house your iPad (dedicated pouch for iPad found within that compartment) and I was able to fit my computer in there, but this bag is NOT MEANT for this size computer. While you will be able to zip the bag itself, you will NOT be able to zip that rear pocket. When the bag is closed and zipped up tight, you'll be able to see the outline of the computer corners poking out.

    When I left the store, bag in hand, here is what I had loaded inside:

    iPad (in the provided iPad pocket)
    15 inch MacBook Pro with Retina display (in the same compartment as the iPad)
    Olympus OM-D EM-5 micro 4/3 mirror-less camera with grip and Panasonic 20mm 1.7 lens mounted (this lens is FANTASTIC, by the by, but that's another review entirely)
    Leica 45-175mm 4.0 lens
    Tripod strapped to the bottom
    Various odds and ends: camera strap, SD card reader, pens and pencils, etc...nothing that will take up bunches of room and fit in various pockets inside the bag.

    THE CONS:
    As you can see, my camera is small and I don't have a 'full set up' housed in this bag, but all of that combined made for a pretty heavy bag. While this bag is nice, I don't think that it is great for bearing heavy loads. I have spent countless hours researching messenger bags (yes, I have a bag buying problem...) and I know what I like in a good messenger bag: COMFORT. The strap could be padded more and the strap release is a little sticky - not as smooth as it could be. (The strap release uses the same engineering as my current messenger, BaileyWorks Digital SuperPro Medium, so I'm familiar with the mechanics, and I find the Ari bag to be difficult to loosen/tighten). Another small thing, and this is for all you ladies out there, I was wearing a tank top with a meshy type shrug and the thingee that you tuck the extra length of strap into after the bag is secured kept getting caught on my clothes. This is a relatively minor issue, seeing as that strap-keep-out-of-the-way-er can be taken off, but it happened often enough that I was irritated about it. All of these things combined made me less inclined to want to loosen the bag and swing it around to take my camera out...which sort of defeats the purpose of an easy access bag, right? And you will want to wear this bag snugly - when I tried to walk around with it looser, it started to cause some minor lower back pain.

    Having said all this, it's possible that the extra weight of the 15in MBP and the fact that this size computer doesn't belong in this size bag decreased the overall functionality. You can easily fit a MacBook Air or 13in MBP in the place I had my computer and maybe with the right configuration and weight distribution, this bag will work better for someone else than it did me.

    The dividers inside is very limited in terms of configuration - You are able to remove them, but can't move them around within the bag. For my weensy camera, it is not that big of a problem, but for those of you with larger gear, you may want to rethink?

    There is no chest strap...which isn't a big deal if you are walking around, but as someone who bikes from here to there, there is nothing more annoying to me than a messenger style bag that slides around the front of your body and that you constantly have to keep whipping back into position.

    Even with my small set up, I don't see this as a practical bag for taking on super long days of shooting. There is no place for any extra things - snacks, water bottle, jacket, the Harry Potter series, etc.

    THE PROS:
    This bag is really beautiful. Even as I sit looking at it, knowing that I'm going to return it, I am wishing that it was just ever so slightly bigger so that I didn't have to. It doesn't LOOK like a camera bag, which is one of the main reasons why I was so attracted to it. Camera bags are typically...I'm just going to say it...hideous looking...and seem to just scream out "OH HEY! I HAVE A CAMERA IN HERE! AND LOTS AND LOTS OF EXPENSIVE THINGS!" The aesthetics of this bag are simple and understated and look like a regular, run of the mill, messenger. With the dividers removed, you can, in fact, use it as such.

    The rain fly is a nice touch and rather thoughtful, though personally I would have preferred the bag itself being weatherproof (which you can have, just buy weather proofing spray and give it a few coats)

    The strap can be configured to be worn over either shoulder. Again, very thoughtful.

    THE CONCLUSION:
    I like this bag a lot, but wish it had just a little bit more functionality to it. I think the price is reasonable, but you are paying for the bag that Ari Marcopoulos designed and the name brings an extra $X.00 to it. I will be returning it and trying out the Incase DSLR Sling Pro, though I think that bag might be a little bit monstrous. It's a shame that bags designed to house a 15inch MBP seem to all also be able to hold a small child inside, but I suppose such is the nature of computer/camera bags, right? The best thing to do is really, try it out. I had hoped to use this as an every day bag that can easily fit both camera and computer, rather than EITHER camera OR computer, so this bag is not right for me. However, if you do not need to commute with your computer every day, then this is something that might work for you! Good luck buying!

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    5.0

    Perfect.

    By Doug

    from New Jersey

    About Me Pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Compact
    • Durable
    • Easy to Use
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Stationary Partitions

    Best Uses

    • Family Photos
    • Landscape/Scenery
    • Travel
    • Weddings/Events

    Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

    Ive had more camera bags then I could remember to count, but this one is by far the most versatile bag a working photographer could ask for. First its a sling bag that is very comfortable, but with a quick pull from one of its aluminum tabs and you can maximize the size of the strap bringing it from sitting high and comfortable on your back to right in front of you to either whip out your camera or change a lens. For the bags compact size its holds a ridiculous amount of gear including a pro-sized dslr with a medium sized lens attached, a 70-200 2.8 plus one to two additional lenses and a speed light. You can not change the partitions in this bag but there is no need to. The build quality is top notch as its made from think padding and rugged canvas.

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    4.0

    perfect look

    By ivan

    from moscow

    About Me Pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Compact
    • Durable
    • Great Picture Quality
    • Lightweight

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Travel

      Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

      what is good. looks just perfect. very stylish and casual at the same time - no one can tell what's inside.the idea of how to shorten or loose the shoulder strap in one rapid movement is just amazing.what is wrong. zipper is permanently jamming at its ends because of fabric folds at the corners of the bag. you never can close the bag using one hand - you have to straighten the folds first.and the most mistake is that you can't put the camera at one movement when you do it by right hand. the effortless movement is suppose to be like "grip up, lens to the left", but the bag fit the camera only if lens faced to the right. if i'd be a left-hander, it would be alright.

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      5.0

      Perfect for Event Photography

      By Gravy

      from Lincolnshire, IL

      About Me Pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Durable
      • Easy to Use
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Travel
        • Weddings/Events

        Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

        Perfect for a camera body with 4-5 prime lenses and a flash. Unobtrusive to walk around for events.

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        5.0

        Finally found one that I love...

        By Jay

        from Frederick, MD

        About Me Semi-pro Photographer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Compact
        • Durable
        • Easy to Use
        • Lightweight
        • Stylish

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Travel
          • Weddings/Events

          Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

          I use this product on shoots and it's extremely comfortable. I like that it is a sling and not a shoulder bag. I found that I didn't like having to put my bag in a corner or a dedicated spot while shooting. This is especially great for engagement shoots since you can easily walk around with it and carry a few lenses with you. Getting it on and off is a snap (literally) and is very light - hardly know it's on my back. You can fit a 70-200mm in the bag, but not while attached to the body. But that's what's it's for: 2-3 lenses, a flash, and lots of other little stuff that you like to have on you while shooting. Love it.

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          3.0

          OK only

          By Chrissand

          from Toronto, Canada

          About Me Semi-pro Photographer

          Pros

          • Light Toned Interior
          • Roomy

          Cons

          • Cumbersome
          • Hard To Access Equipment
          • Lightweight Zipper

          Best Uses

            Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

            I used this bag for an active one week workshop and was mildly disappointed.

            I found the zippered top limiting access too often, I would prefer a flip top. The small side pocket is also hard to get into for anyone with large hands.

            I do like the fact that the interior is light toned which allows easy identification of all those black camera objects! ))

            Value for $$ is only fair

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            3.0

            Nice bag, some flaws...

            By chanaMAGOO

            from Brooklyn, NY

            About Me Casual Photographer

            Pros

            • Easily Accessible Equipment
            • Strong Construction

            Cons

            • Needs More Strap Padding
            • Not Good For Long Trips
            • Strap Release Constructio

            Best Uses

            • Short Shooting Days

            Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

            Disclaimer: I am no professional photographer, just an enthusiast photo-hobbyist!

            Disclaimer 2.0: The best thing to do is to try the bag out yourself. These are merely my initial thoughts on it and what I think sucks might be the thing that you think is awesome. Try it, if you don't like it, return it! =0)

            Before we get into the nitty gritty, I am going to answer the question that I spent HOURS poring over the interwebs about, only to end up just GOING to a store and actually putting all my stuff in it to try out:

            YES. This bag WILL FIT a 15 inch MacBook Pro with retina display. There is a zippered pocket in the back that is meant to house your iPad (dedicated pouch for iPad found within that compartment) and I was able to fit my computer in there, but this bag is NOT MEANT for this size computer. While you will be able to zip the bag itself, you will NOT be able to zip that rear pocket. When the bag is closed and zipped up tight, you'll be able to see the outline of the computer corners poking out.

            When I left the store, bag in hand, here is what I had loaded inside:

            iPad (in the provided iPad pocket)
            15 inch MacBook Pro with Retina display (in the same compartment as the iPad)
            Olympus OM-D EM-5 micro 4/3 mirror-less camera with grip and Panasonic 20mm 1.7 lens mounted (this lens is FANTASTIC, by the by, but that's another review entirely)
            Leica 45-175mm 4.0 lens
            Tripod strapped to the bottom
            Various odds and ends: camera strap, SD card reader, pens and pencils, etc...nothing that will take up bunches of room and fit in various pockets inside the bag.

            THE CONS:
            As you can see, my camera is small and I don't have a 'full set up' housed in this bag, but all of that combined made for a pretty heavy bag. While this bag is nice, I don't think that it is great for bearing heavy loads. I have spent countless hours researching messenger bags (yes, I have a bag buying problem...) and I know what I like in a good messenger bag: COMFORT. The strap could be padded more and the strap release is a little sticky - not as smooth as it could be. (The strap release uses the same engineering as my current messenger, BaileyWorks Digital SuperPro Medium, so I'm familiar with the mechanics, and I find the Ari bag to be difficult to loosen/tighten). Another small thing, and this is for all you ladies out there, I was wearing a tank top with a meshy type shrug and the thingee that you tuck the extra length of strap into after the bag is secured kept getting caught on my clothes. This is a relatively minor issue, seeing as that strap-keep-out-of-the-way-er can be taken off, but it happened often enough that I was irritated about it. All of these things combined made me less inclined to want to loosen the bag and swing it around to take my camera out...which sort of defeats the purpose of an easy access bag, right? And you will want to wear this bag snugly - when I tried to walk around with it looser, it started to cause some minor lower back pain.

            Having said all this, it's possible that the extra weight of the 15in MBP and the fact that this size computer doesn't belong in this size bag decreased the overall functionality. You can easily fit a MacBook Air or 13in MBP in the place I had my computer and maybe with the right configuration and weight distribution, this bag will work better for someone else than it did me.

            The dividers inside is very limited in terms of configuration - You are able to remove them, but can't move them around within the bag. For my weensy camera, it is not that big of a problem, but for those of you with larger gear, you may want to rethink?

            There is no chest strap...which isn't a big deal if you are walking around, but as someone who bikes from here to there, there is nothing more annoying to me than a messenger style bag that slides around the front of your body and that you constantly have to keep whipping back into position.

            Even with my small set up, I don't see this as a practical bag for taking on super long days of shooting. There is no place for any extra things - snacks, water bottle, jacket, the Harry Potter series, etc.

            THE PROS:
            This bag is really beautiful. Even as I sit looking at it, knowing that I'm going to return it, I am wishing that it was just ever so slightly bigger so that I didn't have to. It doesn't LOOK like a camera bag, which is one of the main reasons why I was so attracted to it. Camera bags are typically...I'm just going to say it...hideous looking...and seem to just scream out "OH HEY! I HAVE A CAMERA IN HERE! AND LOTS AND LOTS OF EXPENSIVE THINGS!" The aesthetics of this bag are simple and understated and look like a regular, run of the mill, messenger. With the dividers removed, you can, in fact, use it as such.

            The rain fly is a nice touch and rather thoughtful, though personally I would have preferred the bag itself being weatherproof (which you can have, just buy weather proofing spray and give it a few coats)

            The strap can be configured to be worn over either shoulder. Again, very thoughtful.

            THE CONCLUSION:
            I like this bag a lot, but wish it had just a little bit more functionality to it. I think the price is reasonable, but you are paying for the bag that Ari Marcopoulos designed and the name brings an extra $X.00 to it. I will be returning it and trying out the Incase DSLR Sling Pro, though I think that bag might be a little bit monstrous. It's a shame that bags designed to house a 15inch MBP seem to all also be able to hold a small child inside, but I suppose such is the nature of computer/camera bags, right? The best thing to do is really, try it out. I had hoped to use this as an every day bag that can easily fit both camera and computer, rather than EITHER camera OR computer, so this bag is not right for me. However, if you do not need to commute with your computer every day, then this is something that might work for you! Good luck buying!

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            5.0

            Comfortable and Stylish bag

            By Rob L

            from Chestertown, MD

            About Me Semi-pro Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Adjustable Harness
            • Comfortable
            • Easily Accessible Equipment
            • Roomy
            • Strong Construction

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                Not only is this the most comfortable sling bag I have ever used but it is the sexiest one. It doesn't look like a camera bag so thats another plus.

                I can easily carry my D700 with a small lens attached and another 2-3 lenses or flashes. The pocket that is accessible under the front flap is nice too. I can carry my X100 or CF card case in there and have quick access to that as well.

                I would HIGHLY recommend this bag to anyone. If you like sling bags and want something to wear when doing a photowalk or shooting an event, THIS IS THE BAG FOR YOU.

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                5.0

                The perfect bag, after trying 6

                By Cry of the Wild Wolf

                from Orange County, CA

                About Me Pro Photographer

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Adjustable Harness
                • Beautiful
                • Comfortable
                • Easily Accessible Equipment
                • Light
                • Roomy
                • Strong Construction

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Transporting Gear

                  Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                  It's the absolute perfect design for my 5d, 70-200 2.8, 16mm, and 24-105, and wireless lav mic...and to throw in my iPad or MacBook occasionally. It's not an ounce to big or too small. Shape is perfect and extremely comfortable and light. It's obvious that it was designed be a real photographer that's in the field daily.

                  After about 6 tries in different bags- I've found perfection.

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                  4.0

                  Don't expect to cary heavy load with it!

                  By Nicolas

                  from Montreal, Qc

                  About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Craftsmanship
                  • Strong Construction

                  Cons

                  • Hard To Access Equipment
                  • Not Flexible Divider

                  Best Uses

                  • Traveling

                  Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                  First off, this bag is gorgeous, the craftsmanship quality is second to none. It doesn't scream "expensive stuff inside" which is a big plus if you travel with it. This bag can hold quite some stuff but not the way I would want to. Let me explain.

                  First… what's in my bag
                  - Canon 5D Mark III + battery grip
                  - 24-105mm f/4L IS EF USM (attached to 5D3)
                  - Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM (can't be attached to body, forget about leaving it in its soft case)
                  - Speedlite 600EX-RT in its soft case
                  - 2 chargers (Camera + batteries)
                  - Phottix Aion wireless trigger
                  - One filter in plastic case
                  - Small cleaning kit + blower
                  - Rogue filter kid
                  - Pelican Memory Card Card

                  With that stuff in I would not put a tablet nor a small computer in. Too much pressure would be applied on the screen. I'm barely able to zip the bag off. The bag came with 3 dividers making 4 compartments (plus 3 inside pockets). One divider creates a compartment accessible from the front pocket and the two other work as you would expect creating 3 compartment. There is no flexibility for changing the configuration (the Velcro is at specific places. It's their way or the highway. It's impossible to fit the 5D3 with the battery grip with the back of the body on top because the bag is shallower on top. You need to put it sideway, for that, you need to remove one divider. The result, I need to put the 5D3 and the 600 EX together (this it's in its soft case). My stuff is not as accessible as I would like. In that configuration, I would not carry it for a full day or even two hours. The strapping system is kind of weird. There are two lever, one to shorter the strap, the other to release the tension. It's working ok but one strap can become quite long and get a little in the way. It is supposed to be revertible (right shoulder) and it is but don't expect to flip it every couple of hours. Another thing, the rain fly as a drawing that I personally don't like… No big deal, you can put it inside out.
                  I give it 4 star because of the lack of flexibility in divider placement. Both my tink tank and Lowepro bags are fully flexible in term of divider placement. This is simply unacceptable for a bag in that price range. Haven said that, This is the perfect travel bag if you want to carry a body without a battery grip and don't want to carry heavy stuff like the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM.

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                  5.0

                  Looks good

                  By Nikon Guy

                  from Burlingame

                  About Me Casual Photographer

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Adjustable Harness
                  • Comfortable
                  • Easily Accessible Equipment
                  • Strong Construction

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Protecting Gear
                    • Storing Gear
                    • Transporting Gear

                    Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                    Not too big, not too small;
                    Looks good;
                    Holds everything I need to carry

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                    5.0

                    The bag I've been looking for.

                    By Carrusel Digital

                    from San Juan, PR

                    About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Adjustable Harness
                    • Comfortable
                    • Easily Accessible Equipment
                    • Strong Construction

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Protecting Gear
                      • Storing Gear
                      • Transporting Gear

                      Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                      Fast, you can feel it's awesome build quality. Will hold lots of gear.

                      This bag actually made me carry less gear, so I'm more picky about what to take to weddings. making me carry less weight and be faster.

                      Very Recommended.

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                      2.0

                      I do not know...

                      By astikhin

                      from NYC

                      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                        Cons

                        • Hard To Access Equipment

                        Best Uses

                          Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                          I can't use it. Just not for me.

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                          5.0

                          very nice Camera Bag

                          By Wei-Chia

                          from New York, NY

                          About Me Pro Photographer

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                                Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                                Solid, Style, and good size. Perfect camera bag for all photographers.

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                                4.0

                                For the Everything Filmmaker

                                By Tiny Attic

                                from Columbia, MO

                                About Me Pro Photographer

                                Verified Buyer

                                Pros

                                • Adjustable Harness
                                • Comfortable
                                • Easily Accessible Equipment
                                • Roomy
                                • Strong Construction

                                Cons

                                  Best Uses

                                  • Protecting Gear
                                  • Transporting Gear

                                  Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                                  I took this bag to Mexico with me for a grueling documentary shoot. It had a raincover to protect against the rainforest climate...it had enough space for a substantial lens kit and iPad (and snack bar, sweat rag, journal, memory card, batteries, charger, cell phone)....it was comfortable enough I could carry all this gear around for 12 hours straight, up mountains, fording rivers......overall, excellent purchase.The only negatives are 1) it doesn't come in black and 2) the adjusting strap can get a bit obnoxious if you flip the bag and where it across your left shoulder.

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                                  4.0

                                  A great bag if you can stomach the price

                                  By Chris the Volume photo shooter

                                  from Los Angeles

                                  About Me Photo Enthusiast

                                  Verified Buyer

                                  Pros

                                  • Adjustable Harness
                                  • Comfortable
                                  • Easily Accessible Equipment
                                  • Roomy
                                  • Strong Construction

                                  Cons

                                    Best Uses

                                    • Protecting Gear
                                    • Storing Gear
                                    • Transporting Gear

                                    Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                                    I bought it to contain my gear and be sort of my on the go bag. Lots of space for stuff, and nice, thoughtful features.

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                                    4.0

                                    low-profile nice designed bag~

                                    By Rol

                                    from Melbourne, Australia

                                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                                    Verified Buyer

                                    Pros

                                    • Easily Accessible Equipment
                                    • Strong Construction

                                    Cons

                                    • Cumbersome
                                    • Heavy

                                    Best Uses

                                    • Protecting Gear

                                    Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                                    love the design, very low-profile and unique compared to other camera bags;

                                    suitable for a photo enthusiast like me, i put my pentax k5 with DA*16-50 and a fuji x100 in it and the space is still roomy for accessories;

                                    canvas fabric is great for protection~

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                                    4.0

                                    Great bag for cameras, not for MacBooks

                                    By macomrade

                                    from Salisbury, MD

                                    About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                                    Verified Reviewer

                                    Pros

                                    • Comfortable
                                    • Easily Accessible Equipment
                                    • Lightweight
                                    • Strong Construction
                                    • Well Padded

                                    Cons

                                      Best Uses

                                      • Daily Usage
                                      • Protecting Gear
                                      • Transporting Gear

                                      Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                                      A well-balanced camera bag that supports an appropriate amount of gear for day shoots and adventures. It's medium-sized and I found that while fitting a 13" MacBook is possible, the added weight is far too fatiguing and cumbersome. My upper body is gym-fit but wearing it for a few minutes strained my shoulder. It's readily apparent this bag was designed for a lighter payload.

                                      Without the added heft of a laptop, the Ari is wonderfully balanced and slings reliably for quick access to my gear. It's materials and build quality are superb, with a style that doesn't scream "expensive camera inside, steal me!".

                                      I've attached pictures showing all the stuff I crammed into mine. Impressive lil' bag!

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                                      • No

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                                      5.0

                                      Great Bag!

                                      By CT

                                      from Virginia Beach, VA

                                      About Me Photo Enthusiast

                                      Verified Buyer

                                      Pros

                                      • Comfortable
                                      • Easily Accessible Equipment
                                      • Strong Construction
                                      • Well Padded

                                      Cons

                                      • Maybe a little wide

                                      Best Uses

                                      • Daily Usage
                                      • Protecting Gear
                                      • Transporting Gear

                                      Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                                      Finally a camera bag that fits an ipad!

                                      • Was this a gift?:
                                      • Yes

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                                      4.0

                                      Great bag with lots of room

                                      By Alan

                                      from Austin, TX

                                      About Me Photo Enthusiast

                                      Verified Buyer

                                      Pros

                                      • Comfortable
                                      • Easily Accessible Equipment
                                      • Lightweight

                                      Cons

                                        Best Uses

                                        • Daily Usage
                                        • Transporting Gear

                                        Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                                        This bag is a bit roomier than I expected, which is a good thing for me. It fits my D7000, Tokina 11-16mm, 16-85 on body, 35mm, and sb-400 flash with plenty of room to spare. I also fit my Thinkpad X220 in here with all my gear still. My main complaint is that the dividers cannot be relocated and the dividers themselves aren't as protective as I would like. The tripod straps on the bottom are pretty useful and not always mentioned, but they get the job done. Though when I have my tripod in the straps and the bag worn across body, the tripod sticks out to my left side a bit. Just walking through my house I've already dented a doorway with the tripod. This is probably more of a consequence of how I wear it than the bag's fault. All in all, I'm satisfied!

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                                        • No

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                                        3.0

                                        Nice bag, but too big!

                                        By Ravenlost

                                        from Ottawa, Canada

                                        About Me Casual Photographer

                                        Verified Buyer

                                        Pros

                                        • Easily Accessible Equipment

                                        Cons

                                        • Not customizable
                                        • Uncomfortable Fit

                                        Best Uses

                                        • Daily Usage
                                        • Protecting Gear
                                        • Transporting Gear

                                        Comments about Incase Designs Corp Ari Marcopoulos Bag:

                                        The bag itself is not too big. Problem comes from the padding! I'm a small guy. Yeah, only about 66kg. 5 foot, 9 inches tall. They're was no way I was able to fit the bag properly on my back! Tried adjusting the straps as much as I could, but it just didn't feel right. I had to send it back in...

                                        It's too bad, cause it is a nice bag.

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