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Crumpler 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Navy/Rust)

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Product Highlights
  • Holds Standard DSLR, Lenses, Accessories
  • Water-Resistant, 900-Denier Nylon
  • Brushed Padded Nylon Interior
  • Adjustable Internal Dividers
  • Silent Touch Fasteners
  • Internal Zippered Mesh Accessory Pocket
  • Shoulder Strap/Anti-Slip Pad/Soft Handle
  • Side Stuff Pockets/Side Accessory Loops
  • Strong Dual Buckled Front Flap
  • Laminated Internal Base Holds Bag Shape

The navy/rust 6 Million Dollar Home Bag from Crumpler is slightly larger than their 5 Million Dollar Home Bag but still remains a get-around shoulder bag designed to hold a standard DSLR camera and lenses plus accessories like an extra battery and memory cards. The tough 900-Denier exterior fabric is water-resistant and is complimented by a brushed padded nylon interior that is constructed not to hurt the finish of your equipment. The inside of the bag can be configured by using the movable touch fastened dividers.

The bag is held in shape by its EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) laminated base while the entire bag is protected by a large front flap that is secured with rugged tri-glide buckles. The adjustable, wide 50mm (2") shoulder strap with its anti-slip pad or the EVA and ergonomically shaped padded carry handle make toting it around comfortable. For added functionality, the touch fasteners have been designed to be silent by utilizing a silencer flap on the underside that is designed not to attract attention when you open the bag in public. No more of that "ripping" sound when the touch fasteners are engaged. As an added feature, the 6 Million Dollar Home Bag gives you a pair of side accessory loops on which you can attach other photo gear - perhaps a cleaning cloth, media card holder or mini tripod.

There are two extra side stuff pockets that you'll appreciate since you will not have to open the entire bag to reach their contents. For all sorts of smaller accessories, there's an additional internal zippered mesh pocket. This is a rugged street bag created to meet the demands of people who need a durable shoulder bag that holds your gear with a maximum of protection.

Touch Fastener Silencer
Lurking behind the bag's gi-normous touch fastened flap is an equally large touch fastener silencer flap. Pull it out. Press it in position. Open and close on the QT, then lock down with the compression straps
Flexible, Accessible Space
The main compartment features two configurable touch fastened and brushed padded nylon dividers, plus a separate zippered mesh pocket. The dual zone front pocket features gusseted sides. You can access the side stuff pockets without even opening the bag
Wide, Adjustable Shoulder Strap
The more gear you carry, the more you need a wide shoulder strap with an anti-slip shoulder pad to distribute its weight - and the more you'll appreciate the 6 Million Dollar Home's soft but strong 50mm (2.0") flamed polypropylene strap webbing. Complete with tri-glide buckle system
Carry Handle
EVA foam provides excellent comfort. It's shaped to fit your hand and fingers for ease of transport
Accessory Loops
The reinforced side accessory loops lets you attach other photo gadgetry for instant access
Waterproofing
Be it rain, hail, sleet, snow, beer or mixed drinks, the bag's 900D outer is designed to weather the storm and keep your equipment dry
Anti-Abrasive Surface
The 900D outer and brushed padded nylon interior combine phenomenal strength with exceptional smoothness and malleability. Your clothes don't catch and your equipment won't get scratched
Structural Integrity
The polyethylene-EVA foam laminate base insert ensures the bag holds its shape even when loaded - while the curved flap keeps everything under cover
Carry-On Form Factor
FAA and airline carry-on specifications are subject to change without notice, please check with your airline before designating this case as a carry-on item. Most airlines require carry-on items to have an external linear measurement that is equal to or less than 45.0" (114.3 cm). The external dimensions of this case add up to 28.9" (73.4 cm)
Material Exterior: 900-Denier nylon
Interior: Padded nylon
Type of Closure Tri-glide buckle
Exterior Dimensions 11.4 x 9.8 x 7.7" (29.0 x 25.0 x 19.6cm)
Interior Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
Tripod Holder Not Applicable
Carrying/Transport Options Adjustable polypropylene webbed shoulder strap with anti-slip pad
Side Accessory loop
Padded carry handle
Weight 2.2 lb (1.0kg)
Crumpler 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Navy/Rust)
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    Crumpler6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Red)
     
    4.7

    (based on 30 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (21)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (8)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (1)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (0)

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    100%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Strong construction (22)
    • Well padded (22)
    • Comfortable (20)
    • Easily accessible equipment (18)
    • Lightweight (15)

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Transporting gear (18)
      • Protecting gear (14)
      • Storing gear (7)
      • Daily transport (3)
        • Reviewer Profile:
        • Enthusiast (12), Casual photographer (4), Photo enthusiast (3), Semi-pro photographer (3)

      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Spacious and compact

      I was in search for a shoulder bag which is lightweight, compact and still has the space to hold a large DSLR and at least one extra professional zoom lens and several accessoires. Furthermore...Read complete review

      I was in search for a shoulder bag which is lightweight, compact and still has the space to hold a large DSLR and at least one extra professional zoom lens and several accessoires. Furthermore I wanted a bag which does not look like a photobag. The 6 Million Dollar Home is all that. The bag is very well made, both stitching, padding and Velcro are of excellent quality. Both belt and belt padding are easily adjustable. Even for a not so tall person like me the bag follows my hip good.
      The outsight material is although not soft but flexible making it comfortable to carry. This bag is quite minimalsitic and not a pocket and zipper heaven. It has 2 side pockets and a front pocket with a smaller zippered pocket. Equipent is good reachable, offering the posibility to lock the bag or just close it with the strong quality velcro. The height of the bag allows you to put your camera in horizontal or vertical position, making it easy and quick to reach.
      The main compartment of the bag is well made and the easy adjustable padding gives excellent protection. The bag has some downsides. The belt padding has to be tide connected otherwise the belt will twist around inside the padding. Although the material of the bag is water resistant, the bag is not water proof. The sides of the bag are at the top not sealed of, because of the type of bag. I used this bag already several times in nasty rainy conditions, equipment kept dry, however I think in extreme windy and wet conditions some wetness can come through.

      In short: a well made easy adjustable compact but spacious camera bag which doesn’t look like one.

      (What fits in my bag: Nikon D3 or D300 with 24-70 f/2.8 lenshood reversed in vertical position, a nikkor 70-200mm VR f/2.8G with reversed lenshood in vertical position. A SB-800 flash unit. Extra batteries for flash, cleaning kit, CF cards and several other small things)

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      Most Liked Negative Review

       

      6 Million Dollar Home Bag

      This bag is wonderfully crafted. Tons of padding as well. I eventually returned this because it was much smaller than I expected. I ended up trading it for the 7 million dollar home....Read complete review

      This bag is wonderfully crafted. Tons of padding as well. I eventually returned this because it was much smaller than I expected. I ended up trading it for the 7 million dollar home. However if you have say 3 lenses, a camera, flash and some accessories this should more than suffice. Again great bag for the price.!

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      5.0

      Very nice bag for camera

      By Daniel

      from Columbia

      Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Navy/Rust):

      Small beautiful bag gives cameras very good care!
      A++++++bag

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      5.0

      Very nice!

      By Capt. Rick

      from Key Largo, Florida

      About Me Casual Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Comfortable Strap
      • Durable
      • Good Protection
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Daily Transport
        • Storage
        • Travel

        Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Navy/Rust):

        All my camera gear fits perfectly in this bag

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

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        4.0

        Good general-purpose bag

        By Lawen

        from Atlanta, GA

        About Me Photo Enthusiast

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Comfortable
        • Strong Construction

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Transporting Gear

          Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Brown):

          This is my first Crumpler bag, though I've been using messenger-style bags for years (mostly Timbuk2). Overall, it's pretty great. There are tons of pockets and little nooks for storing flash cards/lens filters/batteries/etc. It holds a fair amount of gear. Best of all, it looks much less conspicuous than a standard "STEAL ME" black camera bag and more like a relatively small "man-purse".

          PROS:
          -Good build quality
          -Comfortable shoulder strap with pad
          -Lots of small storage pockets
          -Able to hold dSLR w/ battery grip and telezoom, 2+ smaller lenses, a speedlight, and all accessories

          CONS:
          -(Relatively) expensive
          -No tripod straps
          -Just barely fits a dSLR with battery grip and tripod mounting bracket; you may have to turn the camera 90 degrees to get the top flap closed.

          Overall this is a solid day trip camera bag. If you plan on hauling a ton of gear (multiple bodies/lenses/speedlights, a tripod, a laptop, etc.) you may want to jump up to the Brazillion Dollar Home.

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          5.0

          Good fit for traveling

          By hehe

          from Hong Kong

          About Me Casual Photographer

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

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

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Protecting Gear
            • Transporting Gear

            Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Brown):

            I used it for my Olympus E-520 DSLR with 12~60, 70~300 lens plus FL-50 flash and a lot of accessories, it still have space for me to put a bottom of water. It is good fit for my daily use and for traveling with this bag.

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            4.0

            Great Bag!

            By Photo Girl

            from New York, NY

            About Me Photo Enthusiast

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Comfortable
            • Great Design
            • Strong Construction
            • Well Padded

            Cons

            • Not Enough Pockets

            Best Uses

            • Daily Usage
            • Protecting Gear

            Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Black):

            This product was exactly what I was looking for. Holds a D90, with 18-200VR lens with ease. I have used it without the removable dividers but in a messenger wrap for a bit of extra protection. The padding on the walls of the bag is plenty if I'm having an easy day. Gives me the ability to use it as a purse, to easily hold large womans wallet, guide book, instruction manual, an tons of other stuff. I carry BIG bags all the time, and was worried about the size of this, but its great. I know the camera is safe and can hold everything I need. Also, I plan to do some traveling alone in India and South America. I'm not concerned that this will shout out "woman with camera bag holding thousands fo $$ of equipment." I just with that there were pockets that were accessible without opening the flap, i.e. back or top of the flap.

            Pleased with my choice!

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            5.0

            Finally, a bag that works!

            By Kelly B.

            from Asheville, NC

            About Me Semi-pro Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

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

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Protecting Gear
              • Storing Gear
              • Transporting Gear

              Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Brown):

              I've only had this bag for about a month, but I love it already! I use it primarily for personal use with my D90, but will be doing some freelance work in the future as well. Previously, I purchased a Terraclime 100 and while it was a stylish and comfortable bag, the Crumpler bag is much more spacious and has tons of padding to protect your gear. The shoulder strap is comfortable and easy to adjust. Right now I have in it a D90, 2 flashes, lens hood, Holga 120 camera, film, D90 battery charger, and cable. The main compartment is pretty full, but all the pockets still have extra room. This bag is big, which is why I bought it, but if you don't need a lot of extra space then go with one of their smaller models.

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              5.0

              Awesome Bag!

              By Photo Chic

              from Northern Virginia

              About Me Semi-pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

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

              Cons

              • No Outside Pocket on back

              Best Uses

              • Protecting Gear
              • Storing Gear

              Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Purple):

              I carry a Nikon D300, a flash, 1 extra lens and accessories. The dividers inside the bag are movable, which I did move around. I love the Orange color on the inside of the bag, easy to see small black accessories if they fall to the bottom-- they don't get lost! I was looking for a camera bag that didn't look like a camera bag--and I found it! Also very easy to carry.

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              5.0

              Who knew you could love a camera bag?

              By Eliza D

              from Memphis TN

              About Me Semi-pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

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

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Black):

                  It seems I have a small collection of camera bags - and none of them have really pleased me until now. This crumpler bag is perfect for carrying my Nikon D300, SB800 flash, extra lens, with still room for the little things.

                  It is comfortable on my shoulder, it's not as bulky as similar bags, it is lightweight, and it has a unique design that helps prevent spilling equipment just in case the bag isn't securely closed.

                  Who knew you could love a camera bag?

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                  5.0

                  Great Bag

                  By Lisamel

                  from New York

                  About Me Casual Photographer

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Comfortable
                  • Strong Construction
                  • Well Padded

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Protecting Gear
                    • Transporting Gear

                    Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Red):

                    I needed a bag to take out for a day of urban shooting. The Lowepro backpack I have was too much. This bag is great. Yes, you can load it with a lot of gear if you want to, but I just put a camera and 2 lenses in it.
                    There are attachment loops on the side of the bag (kinda hard to see in the pictures) that will take add ons such as lowepro slip lock accessories.

                    The bag doesn't scream "steal me" which is a plus.
                    I think it is VERY well made. I like the hidden deep side pockets. It makes it easy to stash a water bottle or rolled up magazine in there.
                    I'm very happy with this purchase

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                    5.0

                    Durable and Versatile

                    By john

                    from Chicago, IL

                    About Me Casual Photographer

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

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

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Storing Gear
                      • Transporting Gear

                      Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Black):

                      I was torn between the 5MDH and the 6MDH, but decided to go with the larger bag. I am very happy with my decision as the 6MDH suits my needs perfectly.

                      In my bag, I have a D80 with either a 50mm 1.8 or a 18-200VR attached, the non-attached lens on the side (with room to fit an additional medium-sized lens), a SB-600 (in its own case), and the D80 AC charger. The front and top pouches provide plenty of room for odds and ends such as manuals, lens cleaners, cables and memory cards.

                      I would say the bag is slightly shorter than a typical messenger bag, but also slightly larger in depth. Still, the shoulder pad makes it a comfortable carry, and as others have said, it is a bit more discrete than many camera bags.

                      After adjusting the velcro dividers, I managed to arrange my gear so that it is easy to access. While the padding has its limitations, I feel that my gear is relatively secure.

                      I am very pleased with this bag.

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                      5.0

                      Love it!

                      By Sheri

                      from Stevens Point, WI

                      About Me Semi-Professional

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

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

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Protecting Gear
                        • Storing Gear
                        • Transporting Gear

                        Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Brown):

                        I use this bag to store my Nikon D50, kit lens, 70-300 Nikkor lens. My SB600 Speedlight, extra batteries, charger, books, filters, lens hood, extra cards, and more! I wish I would have gone the step up to the 7 million for $20 more just to have the extra room, but nothing else to complain about this bag!Well made, and just a beautiful bag that doesn't scream camera bag!

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                        5.0

                        My favourite bag

                        By APP

                        from Bialystok, Poland

                        About Me Photo Enthusiast

                        Verified Reviewer

                        Pros

                        • Great design
                        • Strong Construction
                        • Very good fabrics
                        • Well Padded

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                          • Walkaround bag

                          Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Brown):

                          I loved the bag since the moment I got it in my hands. Fits all you need on a walk and does not scream about it's contents.
                          The fabrics and color are both pleasant and sturdy. The capacity is just right to let you take what you need and not to let you take what you don't need. The padding is very good.
                          I first didn't like the huge velcro, but after some time I got used to rely on it when I have to and now I think it's a good thing it's there (too bad the noise it makes is still there too)
                          I wouldn't mind if the bag was an inch higher (deeper) or if at least the buckle strap would be a tad longer -the bag does work with a 70-200 f/4 on the camera inside, but it doesn't feel that good then (because of the strap). Anyway the 7MDH is too much for my needs so I'm more than happy with the 6MDH.

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                          5.0

                          pretty good item

                          By MaryVent67

                          from New York City

                          About Me Semi-Professional

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

                          • Comfortable
                          • Lightweight
                          • Strong Construction
                          • Well Padded

                          Cons

                          • Hard To Access Equipment

                          Best Uses

                          • Transporting Gear

                          Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Black):

                          Th bag is large enough for me to accomoodate my camera with a lens attached and up to 3 additional lenses. It also has some internal pouches which allow me to carry a cleaning kit as well as my wallet, cell phone and keys.

                          The bag is padded so I have no need to worry about getting bumped around (I shoot concerts - so that's a BIG deal).

                          The only downside is that sometimes it's hard to open the velcro to get a different lens - I'm getting better at it though.

                          I am VERY happy with this purchase.

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                          4.0

                          Useful bag for camera and lots of gear

                          By John

                          from Westford, VT

                          About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

                          • Easily Accessible Equipment
                          • Strong Construction
                          • Well Padded

                          Cons

                          • Cumbersome

                          Best Uses

                          • Protecting Gear
                          • Transporting Gear

                          Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Brown):

                          A great bag, good looking and useful. It is great for travel and walking around town, but it is too big and cumbersome to use as a bag for hiking.
                          One of its best points, as others have said, it does not scream out "Look a camera bag!".
                          It holds a lot of gear which is it's downfall, it can get too heavy when full of gear. It is too big for a Canon 40D with battery grip alone but with a flash and an extra lens or two it works well.

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                          4.0

                          Excellent small outfit bag

                          By Photovan

                          from Vancouver, BC

                          About Me Professional

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

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

                          Cons

                          • Loud aggressive velcro

                          Best Uses

                          • Protecting Gear

                          Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Black):

                          Bag is used with 2 Leica M cameras and 6-7 lenses for travel and storage. The fit for this type of use is very good, and the height is not too big.

                          The bag is well constructed and generally easily accessible except that the Velcro is very strong and loud. I had to remove some of it for both reasons. The bag is easily configurable, and can be used for a small SLR outfit as well, in which case I use a Canon DSLR with 17-85, 70-300DO and 10-22, with possible room for the 60 macro.

                          Batteries and cards are readily stored in the front pocket, although I really prefer end pockets as those make bags not stick out into traffic as much.

                          The should strap does not have a good anti-slip pad, so I'll have to find a substitute.

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                          5.0

                          Fantastic protection with hip looks

                          By Sue B

                          from Grand Rapids, MI

                          About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

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

                          Cons

                            Best Uses

                            • Protecting Gear
                            • Storing Gear
                            • Transporting Gear

                            Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Red):

                            The awesome red color not-withstanding, the stiffness of the bag and ability to protect gear is great. And the size is not giant to carry around either. A very nice sized gear bag - we have Nikon D50, small handheld video camera, flash, and lens all in here. Worth it.

                            Already had to spot remove some grease and the fabric held up to the rubbing and cleaning too.

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                            5.0

                            Crumpler bags are great

                            By MJ the Man

                            from Colorado

                            About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

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

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                              • Protecting Gear
                              • Transporting Gear

                              Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Black):

                              Although their product names are non-traditional, they make great bags. This one does just want it says and does it well. I use it to carry a Cannon 30D with lens attached, 580 flash and either a zoom lens or a camcorder. It's a great day bag for carrying more than just a camera. There are accessory pockets as well for extra batteries, CF cards, etc.

                              Crumpler bags are a bit pricier, but are well worth it. Also, they don't scream "Expensive stuff in here!" like a name brand bag with a big logo on the outside.

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                              4.0

                              Spacious and compact

                              By M. Lammerse

                              from Arnhem, Netherlands

                              About Me Professional

                              Verified Buyer

                              Pros

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

                              Cons

                                Best Uses

                                • Transporting Gear

                                Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Brown):

                                I was in search for a shoulder bag which is lightweight, compact and still has the space to hold a large DSLR and at least one extra professional zoom lens and several accessoires. Furthermore I wanted a bag which does not look like a photobag. The 6 Million Dollar Home is all that. The bag is very well made, both stitching, padding and Velcro are of excellent quality. Both belt and belt padding are easily adjustable. Even for a not so tall person like me the bag follows my hip good.
                                The outsight material is although not soft but flexible making it comfortable to carry. This bag is quite minimalsitic and not a pocket and zipper heaven. It has 2 side pockets and a front pocket with a smaller zippered pocket. Equipent is good reachable, offering the posibility to lock the bag or just close it with the strong quality velcro. The height of the bag allows you to put your camera in horizontal or vertical position, making it easy and quick to reach.
                                The main compartment of the bag is well made and the easy adjustable padding gives excellent protection. The bag has some downsides. The belt padding has to be tide connected otherwise the belt will twist around inside the padding. Although the material of the bag is water resistant, the bag is not water proof. The sides of the bag are at the top not sealed of, because of the type of bag. I used this bag already several times in nasty rainy conditions, equipment kept dry, however I think in extreme windy and wet conditions some wetness can come through.

                                In short: a well made easy adjustable compact but spacious camera bag which doesn’t look like one.

                                (What fits in my bag: Nikon D3 or D300 with 24-70 f/2.8 lenshood reversed in vertical position, a nikkor 70-200mm VR f/2.8G with reversed lenshood in vertical position. A SB-800 flash unit. Extra batteries for flash, cleaning kit, CF cards and several other small things)

                                  • Similar:
                                  • Lowepro Mini Trekker AW, Lowepro Orion AW

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                                  5.0

                                  Great companion

                                  By Guyot

                                  from Rome, Italy

                                  About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

                                  Verified Buyer

                                  Pros

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

                                  Cons

                                  • Shoulder pad has no grip

                                  Best Uses

                                  • Protecting Gear
                                  • Transporting Gear

                                  Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Brown):

                                  This bag is perfect for my Mamiya 7II set, is very well padded, and colors are anonymous enough... The shoulder pad may have a better grip on coats, but still is very comfortable for street life.

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                                  3.0

                                  6 Million Dollar Home Bag

                                  By Wild Style

                                  from South Florida

                                  About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

                                  Verified Buyer

                                  Pros

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

                                  Cons

                                    Best Uses

                                    • Protecting Gear
                                    • Storing Gear
                                    • Transporting Gear

                                    Comments about 6 Million Dollar Home Bag (Black):

                                    This bag is wonderfully crafted. Tons of padding as well. I eventually returned this because it was much smaller than I expected. I ended up trading it for the 7 million dollar home. However if you have say 3 lenses, a camera, flash and some accessories this should more than suffice. Again great bag for the price.!

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