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Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal)

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Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal)

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Product Highlights

  • For Full Size D-SLR 2 Lens Kit
  • 900D Water-resistant Nylon
  • Touch Fastener Silencer
  • Four Pockets for Accessories
  • Adjustable Shoulder Strap with Pad
  • Padded Carry Handle
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The black/gunmetal 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag from Crumpler is a 900 denier, water-resistant, nylon shoulder bag made to carry photo gear with accessories. The bag can be customized using the 8 moveable dividers in the main section. It has a 2 strap with 2 buckle closure and a touch fastener Silencer flap that prevents the "hook and loop" closure from being used. There are four pockets for accessories, and the bag is carried by a padded handle or an attached, adjustable shoulder strap with removable pad.

Construction
  • 900 denier, water-resistant nylon
  • Lined with 300 denier ripstop nylon
  • Padded and brushed nylon main compartment
  • Eight moveable dividers to customize the bag
  • Plastic stiffening layer in base
  • Two strap and 2 buckle closure
Touch fastener Silencer flap prevents the "hook and loop" closure from being used
Pockets
  • External pocket with internal mesh pocket
  • Mesh zip pocket under flap
  • Two hidden internal side pockets
Carrying options
  • Padded carry handle
  • Attached, adjustable shoulder strap with removable pad
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 33.1"(84.1 cm)
Material Exterior: 900 denier, water-resistant nylon
Interior: Lined with 300 denier ripstop nylon
Interior: Fully padded main compartment
Type of Closure Two straps with 2 buckles
Touch fastener silencer
Exterior Dimensions 14.96 x 11.02 x 7.09" (38 x 28 x 18cm) (WxHxD)
Interior Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
Volume Interior: 915.36 in³ (15 liter)
Tripod Holder No
Accommodates Digital SLR with grip and attached standard lens and 3 additional lenses, speedlight plus accessories
Carrying/Transport Options Carry handle
Adjustable shoulder strap
Weight 2.65 lbs (1.2kg)
Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal)
  • 8 x Dividers
  • Lifetime Warranty
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    Crumpler7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal)
     
    4.6

    (based on 26 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (18)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (6)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (2)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (0)

    • 1 Stars

       

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    96%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Strong construction (16)
    • Easily accessible equipment (15)
    • Comfortable (14)
    • Lightweight (13)
    • Well padded (12)

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Transporting gear (12)
      • Protecting gear (9)
      • Daily usage (8)
      • Travel (5)
      • Daily transport (3)
        • Reviewer Profile:
        • Photo enthusiast (10), Semi-pro photographer (8), Pro photographer (3)
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No (21)

      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Great Bag But Needs Some Improvements

      I have a spinal injury that mandates that all weights are carried low slung and near my body. I was concerned about how this bag carried but I was pleased to find that when...Read complete review

      I have a spinal injury that mandates that all weights are carried low slung and near my body. I was concerned about how this bag carried but I was pleased to find that when place across my chest the strap was long enough to place the bag near my thigh or my butt and thus below my spinal injury. To this end I am happy.

      PROS: 1. Very well thought out design 2. Execution excellent. 3. Construction is high quality and looks like I will get years of use out of it. 4. The bag feels lively when worn with gear and not like a lump, I assume this is due to the fact that the bag lays close to the body. This gives the impression that is a street photog's bag and that is where I am headed with mine. 5. I like the fact that the outside of the bag does not scream photo gear.

      CONS: 1. It is inexcusable that I am using a garbage bag as a rain cover on this bag. This bag should come equipped with a rain cover like every other serious bag in the same price zone. I am headed to Europe next month and know I will be stuck in the rain at least once with this bag. I do most of my photography in Florida and get stuck in rain from time to time. I would appeal to Crumpler to make this bag with a rain cover and to offer a separate cover to those of us who have already bought your bags. 2. I bought this bag to carry my Nikon D7000 plus lenses, flash etc to Europe. Although I love the protection this bag affords to bumps and bangs it is too heavy. To a person with a spinal injury every tiny bit of weight hurts and I had to really consider the 2 kilo weight of this bag especially when packed with gear. Sorry but I wonder if some weight could be shaved off without altering the survivability of the contents.

      END NOTES: I will recommend this bag in spite of having to use a garbage bag as a rain cover. Suggestions for a proper rain cover would be accepted. If one needs a lively bag that WILL protect your gear this is it.

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      some good some not

      semi pro traveling photographer. quality of construction excellent. clever organization. section dividers thin and uncomfortably sharp on the ends such that retrieving gear by feel not as pleasant as it should be. unfortunate...Read complete review

      semi pro traveling photographer. quality of construction excellent. clever organization. section dividers thin and uncomfortably sharp on the ends such that retrieving gear by feel not as pleasant as it should be. unfortunate design in my opinion.

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      4.0

      But not the perfect configuration for me

      By xxxJUxxx

      from New York

      About Me Casual Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easily Accessible Equipment
      • Lightweight
      • Spacious
      • Strong Construction
      • Value
      • Well Designed
      • Well Padded

      Cons

      • Prefer Top Loader Configu

      Best Uses

      • Protecting Gear
      • Transporting Gear

      Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

      I've been using a Nikon D7100 with an 18-200mm lens for the past few years and for Christmas my husband splashed out and gave me the 70-200mm f/2.8. Thrilled! But now I need a better home for all my gear. My daughter rows, and this fast lens will be wonderful when shooting my daughter's boat at regattas from the riverbank. Regattas are from predawn until we pack up late in the day. We are a fairly large team and support each other so for most of the day I'll have the camera on my BR sling, ready for shots of all the boats on my daughter's team from the riverbank. The weather is not always amenable so I need a bag that I can trust that is lightweight and easy to carry and hopefully weathertight. I thought about a backpack, but they don't sit well with a cross body BR sling. The Crumpler 7 million dollar home is one of the lightest bags for it's size. It is well padded but not boxy - it sort of conforms to your body shape, depending on the internal configuration. The strap is strong and well padded and doesn't slip. The interior is a gorgeous bright red - very easy to see what is inside. There is a long zipped pocket at the back. It came with two straps hanging from the top - I have to assume that they are for a tripod, but they are utterly useless - there are female buckle clips, but the othr end of the clip appears to be missing... I just took them off and so far haven't used the bag when I'm carrying a tripod, but expect that very soon I'll miss that feature. When you open the double buckled flap there is a large pocket with snap closure and two smaller mesh pockets. This is great for wallet, filters, phone, keys lens caps etc. The touch silencer flap can be used as a small velcro secured pocket perfect for spare battery or SD cards or the flap can be tucked in to give you a quick velcro closure if you don't want to use the buckles. The red liner is sewn to provide a sort of weather flap. As you close the bag the lining that covers your camera screen is padded and smooth. (Too many manufacturers put pockets with velcro there that could easily scratch the screen.) The interior is very spacious. The removable partitions are many and can be configured in many ways. I like to put my smaller lenses in comparments in the bottom and lay my Nikon D7100 with 70-200mm f/2.8 with hood across the top where it is easily accessible. The length of the bag is just right for this configuration. There is ample room for:
      * Nikon D7100 with attached 70-200mm f/2.8 with hood attached ready to shoot
      * Nikon 18-200mm
      * Nikon 35mm prime
      * Nikon Speedlight
      * Rocket air blower and other lens cloths
      * Wallet
      * Phone

      I haven't tested this in the rain yet... Hoping it is more than rain resistant...

      So, why not 5* ? Because I would prefer a top loader configuration. I love the fabric and construction and style, but would happily leave some of my gear behind if I could find a top loader of this quality for just my camera body with 70-200mm attached. This bag is great for when I want to carry a lot and for storing my most frequently used items. And why oh why only water resistant...? Will any manufacture please consider using waterproof fabrics?

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      5.0

      Perfect Bag for FujiFilm X-T1 and Lens

      By LSU Alum

      from Cary, NC

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

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

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Daily Usage

        Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

        I bought this bag for my FujiFilm X-T1 and the lens I own. It is perfect for when I am traveling around town to carry all of my equipment. It is very well made. Highly recommended.

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        • Yes

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        5.0

        Exceptional quality and comfort

        By G

        from Chicago, IL

        About Me Photo Enthusiast

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

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

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Protecting Gear

          Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

          Fits a D7100 + 70-200 f/4 attached, 2-3 primes, 60mm f2.8 macro, a water bottle, cleaning pen, wallet, smartphone, extra battery and more stuff. All 100% secured and easily approachable.

          Equipment can be stored vertically one above the other and/or side by side.

          Very comfortable to carry around for 3-4 hours.

          The dividers are stiff yet very slim and highly configurable.

          Haven't used the detachable tripod straps yet.

          Built like a tank with very rugged exterior that basically doesn't even need a rain cover. Easy to open and close.

          One other thing - it's doesn't scream "I'm a photo bag with $4K stuff in me".

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          • No

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          5.0

          Just right...

          By Famateur

          from Salt Lake City, UT

          About Me Semi-pro Photographer

          Pros

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

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Daily Usage
            • Protecting Gear
            • Transporting Gear

            Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

            After reading reviews, I narrowed it down to Crumpler, but I wasn't sure if I should get the 6 or 7 Million Dollar Home. I'm glad I went with the 7. It's exactly right for the gear I carry -- a little snug (mostly because I leave the lens hoods on, reversed), but everything is still easy to access and return.

            Here's what I carry:

            > Canon 70D with strap
            > EF 24-70 F4L IS (attached to camera) w/hood
            > EF 70-200 F4L IS w/hood
            > EF-S 17-55 F2.8 IS w/hood
            > Canon 430EX II Speedlight (in case, w/foot)
            > Pouch of 67MM Filters
            > Pouch of 77MM Filters
            > 4xAA Battery Charger
            > 2 Spare LPE6 Batteries
            > 2 Chargers for LPE6 Batteries
            > Power Cord for AA Charger
            > USB Cord for Tethering
            > Body Cap & Rear Lens Cap, Mated
            > A Dozen Lens Wipes

            I could also fit a medium sized tablet in the backside pocket, though an iPad is just too big to zip inside. It's also not padded, so I'll probably leave that pocket for documents/manuals. You RTFM, right? :)

            Construction and quality seem to be top notch, and I expect it to last a long time. For some reason, I was expecting the nylon to feel more like my ballistic nylon laptop bag, but it feels much more like canvas, making it soft, flexible and quiet. I love the neoprene handle, and the the well-padded, removable shoulder strap pad is a nice touch. The interior is soft and well-padded, too, and the dividers work adequately to keep things where I want them.

            Three Niggles:

            1. The shoulder strap is not removeable.

            2. The snap that closes the front pocket ends up being misaligned by about a quarter inch once the bag is loaded with gear. It will still stretch and snap, but I'd rather it reach more comfortably when full.

            3. I see how the tripod straps cinch in a loop to hold the tripod, but it seems to dangle freely. There are female buckle clips that would hold it down, but I can't find the male ends attached to the bag anywhere. I could try to use the flap closure clips, but they are at an angle and seem awkward to use for the tripod straps. Since my tripod comes in its own very nice case, I just took the tripod straps off the bag. It's nice that I can do that, and it leaves the bag looking trim.

            4. Would have liked if the bottom of the bag was rubberized, or something, to protect it if I set it down on concrete or wet ground.

            All in all, I love the bag. I'm thrilled at how compact the whole thing is with all my gear. I've even decided that I really like the black-with-red-interior color scheme. It didn't thrill me in the photos, but seeing it with my black and red Canon gear, it all goes together quite well.

            It's a great bag, and at half-price with free expedited shipping, B&H has left me 100% satisfied with my purchase.

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            5.0

            Quality Bag

            By stu

            from Philadelphia, pa

            About Me Pro Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Comfortable
            • Lightweight
            • Strong Construction
            • Well Padded

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Transporting Gear

              Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

              Great bag for throwing a body and a couple of lenses in. Room for lot's of stuff. Closes securely.

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              • No

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              5.0

              nice looking bag

              By Tim

              from Silver Spring, MD

              About Me Semi-pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Comfortable
              • Easily Accessible Equipment
              • Lightweight
              • Well Padded

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Daily Usage

                Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                I read the online reviews and bought the 7 Million Dollar Home camera bag because it didn't look like a typical camera bag. It actually has some style to the design. It also had enough room in the bag for my Nikon D3s, 80-200mm, 20mm, and 50mm lenses. I am quite satisfied and pleased with my purchase.

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                4.0

                It's in the bag

                By NikonFan

                from Bay Area

                Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                This is my 2nd Crumpler bag, and it's one size larger than the last with expanded camera gears. It's well padded to protect your gear, and configurable to fit your need. The bag itself is light weight and looks like messenger bag. Whether you spend $ on a typical bag or $ on a Billingham bag, there's no such thing as a perfect camera bag. Everyone will end up getting several and them switching back and forth.

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                5.0

                Great Bag

                By Bruce the Skier

                from Fairview, NJ

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

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

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Daily Usage

                  Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                  This camera bag is the perfect size between small and large. Big enoughto carry all your SLR gear as well as small enough to carry everywhere.

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                  • No

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                  5.0

                  I love this bag!

                  By Jason

                  from Michigan

                  About Me Photography Student

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

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

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Daily Usage
                    • Protecting Gear
                    • Transporting Gear

                    Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                    I was always a backpack photo carrier till I got this 7 Million bag . I'm 6'1" large frame and I have a hard time finding the right fit. I bought this bag on a whim sight unseen, and I'm so pleased,and the red interior rocks! VERY COMFORTABLE !

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                    3.0

                    not as good as the original

                    By sam

                    from delaware

                    Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                    I bought this when it was on sale because I have an older version and I love it. This is a redesigned version and I don't like it as much. This is smaller, has fewer pickets and no velcro to keep it closed without buckling the clasps.
                    on the plus side, it does have a tripod holder.
                    If it weren't half price, I would have sent it back.

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                    3.0

                    some good some not

                    By beach to go

                    from north carolina

                    About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Strong Construction

                    Cons

                    • Poor Padding

                    Best Uses

                    • Transporting Gear

                    Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                    semi pro traveling photographer. quality of construction excellent. clever organization. section dividers thin and uncomfortably sharp on the ends such that retrieving gear by feel not as pleasant as it should be. unfortunate design in my opinion.

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                    • No

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                    5.0

                    Very good bag

                    By Adam

                    from Cieplice Zdroj, Poland

                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Easily Accessible Equipment
                    • Strong Construction
                    • Well Padded

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Daily Usage
                      • Transporting Gear

                      Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                      It can hold DSLR with log tele and a few lenses and accessories, like flash and memory cards.
                      Not to big and not to samll.

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                      5.0

                      Great all around bag

                      By Carl

                      from Anchorage, AK

                      About Me Photo Enthusiast

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

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

                      Cons

                      • Not Enough Pockets

                      Best Uses

                      • Daily Usage
                      • Protecting Gear
                      • Transporting Gear

                      Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                      This is just about the perfect "in between" bag for a DSLR camera, flash attachment, and several lenses. It's big enough to fit all but the biggest telephoto lenses, and several prime lenses or smaller zooms. I have a smaller bag that just fits the camera and a couple spare lenses, or the full on backpack which is always overloaded. This is a good sized messenger style bag that you can pack for the day, and make it work, without overloading yourself.

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                      5.0

                      Nice

                      By Pop

                      from Silver Spring, 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

                        Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                        Luv this bag!

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                        • No

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                        5.0

                        Buy this bag!

                        By NguyenT

                        from New York

                        About Me Photo Enthusiast

                        Verified Reviewer

                        Pros

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

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                          • Protecting Gear
                          • Transporting Gear

                          Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                          Well build! beautiful!

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                          5.0

                          A Homerun!

                          By Lobo

                          from Minnesota/Mexico

                          About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

                          • Durable
                          • Easy to Use
                          • Lightweight

                          Cons

                            Best Uses

                            • Travel
                            • Weddings/Events

                            Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Navy/Rust Red):

                            Just when I thought there was no new thinking in camera bag design, I found this. My favorite features include a light colored interior, (rather than finding black objects in a black bag) thin dividers that take up little precious space, a top that stays open while retrieving equipment and the detachable tripod sling. Excellent materials and build, good padding and non-slip strap. Comes in a variety of sizes to meet various needs.

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                            4.0

                            Great Bag But Needs Some Improvements

                            By MJL

                            from Homestead, Florida USA

                            About Me Photo Enthusiast

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

                            • Construction
                            • Does Not Scream Camera
                            • Durable
                            • Lively When In Use
                            • Well Thought Out Design

                            Cons

                            • Heavy'
                            • No Rain Cover

                            Best Uses

                            • Getting Inout Of Vehicle
                            • Landscape/Scenery
                            • Sports/Action
                            • Street Work
                            • Travel
                            • Wildlife Photos

                            Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                            I have a spinal injury that mandates that all weights are carried low slung and near my body. I was concerned about how this bag carried but I was pleased to find that when place across my chest the strap was long enough to place the bag near my thigh or my butt and thus below my spinal injury. To this end I am happy.

                            PROS: 1. Very well thought out design 2. Execution excellent. 3. Construction is high quality and looks like I will get years of use out of it. 4. The bag feels lively when worn with gear and not like a lump, I assume this is due to the fact that the bag lays close to the body. This gives the impression that is a street photog's bag and that is where I am headed with mine. 5. I like the fact that the outside of the bag does not scream photo gear.

                            CONS: 1. It is inexcusable that I am using a garbage bag as a rain cover on this bag. This bag should come equipped with a rain cover like every other serious bag in the same price zone. I am headed to Europe next month and know I will be stuck in the rain at least once with this bag. I do most of my photography in Florida and get stuck in rain from time to time. I would appeal to Crumpler to make this bag with a rain cover and to offer a separate cover to those of us who have already bought your bags. 2. I bought this bag to carry my Nikon D7000 plus lenses, flash etc to Europe. Although I love the protection this bag affords to bumps and bangs it is too heavy. To a person with a spinal injury every tiny bit of weight hurts and I had to really consider the 2 kilo weight of this bag especially when packed with gear. Sorry but I wonder if some weight could be shaved off without altering the survivability of the contents.

                            END NOTES: I will recommend this bag in spite of having to use a garbage bag as a rain cover. Suggestions for a proper rain cover would be accepted. If one needs a lively bag that WILL protect your gear this is it.

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                            4.0

                            Great Bag

                            By Dogfishbar

                            from Edgewater, NJ

                            About Me Pro Photographer

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

                            • Durable
                            • Easy to Use
                            • Useful Tripod Attachment
                            • Versatile Walk-around Bag

                            Cons

                            • Too Few Small Pockets

                            Best Uses

                            • Walk-around Photography

                            Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                            Moved up from the 6 Million bag for just a bit more space without adding much more weight and bulk. So far, the 7 Million has met all my expectations. Added 2 small lenses. A great bag, but miss the small flap and inside pockets of the 6 Million bag!

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                            4.0

                            Not-Quite-Perfect Bag

                            By James

                            from Boston, MA

                            Verified Reviewer

                            Pros

                            • Comfortable Strap
                            • Compact
                            • Durable
                            • Good Protection
                            • Lightweight

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                              • Daily Transport
                              • Travel

                              Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Navy/Rust Red):

                              I like the bag overall but it has some flaws for my use, hence a four-star rating.

                              Crumpler did a great job with the main compartment; all the dividers can be removed or it can be heavily customized. Just as a test, I rearranged the dividers a bit and it easily holds my Nikon D7000 + 35mm 1.8G, Fuji GW690 (only 8 shots with the beast, so it needs a lot of film!), a Holga, a dozen rolls of 120 film and some filters. The bag is very robust, well padded, and surprisingly cavernous, but it still doesn't feel bulky and heavy when worn over the shoulder.

                              The biggest downsides for me are in the smaller storage areas. I mainly shoot B&W film right now (digital probably won't have the same dilemma), and well, there isn't much room for film and filters in the small storage area on the front. Can I just shove everything in the main compartment? Sure, but smaller items could pop out when removing a camera. It seems really weird that Crumpler put so much thought into the main compartment while the front pocket seems like an afterthought.

                              I wouldn't put an iPad in the rear pocket, as it is very tight and the screen could easily crack. In its current state, the rear pocket is basically useless and only good for holding business cards or other thin, non-fragile items.

                              Small, usable pockets on the ends of the bag would have been perfect for film, filters, or other accessories.

                              The tripod straps and/or the bottom clasps could have been a few inches longer since they flare out to the sides when the bag is fully loaded.

                              This is neither positive nor negative, but the navy/rust colors are more subdued in person.

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                              5.0

                              Great Bag!

                              By PeteC

                              from Powder Springs, Georgia

                              About Me Photo Enthusiast

                              Verified Buyer

                              Pros

                              • Durable
                              • Easy to Use
                              • Lightweight
                              • Very Configurable

                              Cons

                                Best Uses

                                • Landscape/Scenery
                                • Sports/Action
                                • Travel
                                • Weddings/Events

                                Comments about 7 Million Dollar Home Camera Bag (Black/Gunmetal):

                                I had a TamRac bag that I used for a couple of years and it was okay, but it would not accept my a77 with VG so I looked for a replacement and found the Crumpler 7 Mill bag. I recently picked up the Crumpler 5 Mill bag and really liked it so the decision to go with the 7 Mill was easy.

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                                Crumpler - Tuft Camera Pouch (Large, Red/Red)
                                • You Pay: $30.00
                                 

                                Flashlights

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                                Fenix Flashlight - E01 LED Flashlight (Black)
                                • You Pay: $10.95
                                 

                                Care & Cleaning

                                Sensei - Clip-On Cap Keeper
                                • You Pay: $8.69
                                 
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