Canon Gadget Bag 10EG

Canon Gadget Bag 10EG

Canon Gadget Bag 10EG

B&H # CAGBD10EG MFR # 6231A001
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Product Highlights

  • Fits DSLR Camera, 2 Lens Kit
  • Water Repellent Nylon
  • Fully Padded Interior
  • Four Pockets
  • Tripod Straps
  • Leather Strap Handle
  • Shoulder Strap
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The Canon Gadget Bag 10EG is a water repellent bag that holds a DSLR camera and 2 lenses with room for accessories. It has full padding and interior partitions, leather reinforcing, high strength quick-release buckles, padded exterior pockets, leather snap handle and shoulder strap.

Water repellent Nylon camera bag
Fully padded interior and interior partitions
  • 1 Large padded front pocket
  • 2 Padded side pockets
  • Zippered full-length mesh pouch inside top cover
Tripod straps on front of case
Carried by shoulder strap or leather snap handle
UPC: 082966805943
In the Box
Canon Gadget Bag 10EG
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Set of Dividers
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    Canon 10EG specs

    Carrying/Transport Options Handle, Shoulder Strap
    Features Tripod Holder
    Exterior Material Nylon, Urethane
    Type of Closure Buckle
    Water Resistance Water-Resistant Material
    Interior Material Padding
    Interior Dimensions 11 x 6 x 6.5" / 28 x 15.2 x 16.5 cm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.299 x 9.842 x 7.559"

    Canon 10EG reviews

    Gadget Bag 10EG is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 79.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not Nearly Able To Hold What Is Claimed Stating this bag holds two bodies and 5-8 lenses is stretching the truth, similar to how Ford tells you your car will get 30 mpg, but you only get 18. I can barely fit my 30D, 17-85mm lens, 70-200mm lens and flash in it. In fact, with this bag, I often need to carry a separate lens case for the 70-200mm lens, and a tripod bag for my Slik 700DX. I guess you have to weigh your options. I have friends with Associated Press who carry duffel bags of equipment to an assignment and I don't envy a minute of what that must be like. It's a good bag that can hold a portion of your arsenal, and be lighter for it, but it won't hold as much as it claims.
    Date published: 2008-03-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for ONE camera and kit This is a well-made, sturdy piece of kit that provides good protection and access to your gear and is easy to carry. BUT...I just don't see it being able to hold the maximum amount it claims to be able to. In mine I have a Canon EOS-450D body with attached battery grip, 18-55mm kit lens, 50mm f1.8 prime, 55-250mm zoom and a Metz A-48 flash plus assorted bits and bobs (cleaning kit, USB cable, battery charger, cards) and it's full. ONE SLR body and a couple of lenses -no problem and very comfortably done. But TWO SLR bodies and a maximum of 8 lenses?? No way. Excellent for what it is, but the manufacturer's description is plain wrong in terms of load capability. For that I have to knock a star off what is otherwise a 5 star rating.
    Date published: 2008-12-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A FANTASTIC ITEM THAT DOES NOT COST MUCH I think the Canon Bag 10EG is a FANTASTIC item. I'm not a pro, but a casual photographer who just likes to take photos when the feeling comes to me. When you first open the bag, it seems that there is not eoungh room for a large bag, but believe me there is. I can fit my Canon EOS-1Ds mark III and one of these lenses: Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM or the Canon Zoom Wide Angle-Telephoto EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM easily. The bag does seem to be snug for the camera and the lens I have and the ability to move the partitions around is fantastic. It's not as bulky as the image makes it look like.
    Date published: 2010-07-08
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good bag, but small Upgraded from a 20d to a 5d mark II and needed a new bag to haul everything around in. Its a great bag and made well but i had to give it the 4 stars because it was smaller than i had expected. I dont have the largest set up but this bag isnt big enough to hold the 5d with the battery grip and my 20d body. but that aside it holds the 5d with rest of my gear minus the 20d body just fine and its comfortable to boot. i like the pockets and ability to organize my gear in the zip pockets and dividers. good bag, just a little small compared to what i thought it was going to be.
    Date published: 2010-11-15
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bag much smaller than described! I received the bag today and will be exchanging for another immediately. It is definitely not as described. I can hardly even get my camera body and 2 lenses in, much less the remainder of my arsenal. One of the lenses is a Canon 70-200 which takes up most of the interior room. Would be a good starter bag. If you have Canon's higher quality lenses which can be somewhat bulky, the bag is very limited.
    Date published: 2008-04-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice looking bag with lots of space I bought this bag for my 60d with 18-200 mm lens kit. I was confused between canon 2400 and this bag. I am glad i ordered this gadget bag. It is a great looking bag with tons of space for your camera stuff, pretty sturdy built too. It holds my 60d with lens attached to it, lens hood, battery charger, my camcorder with the charger. It has still some space left. In all it's a pretty good bag.
    Date published: 2011-11-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice and affordable carry bag This is a very nice gadget bag, price, size, and functionality all outstanding. A lot of small pockets for your gadgets.Great for smaller lens though. If you have bigger lens i.e Canon 24-70mm L or 70-200mm L, you need a bigger size bag. Either one of above lens fills up main compartment quickly. Two side pockets make this bag looks bigger, however,main compartment is somewhat small.
    Date published: 2010-12-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Close but a couple complaints Very strong, thick padding, good looks, quality hardware, very good layout. I own it and will use it for years. But there's two things I'd change: 1. The straps on the buttom for a trippod are utterly useless. When you attach a tripod, you must tighten the straps by pulling them through plastic pieces, and it just doesn't work well. Even if it did work well though, you now have a tripod dangling underneath the bag, which makes putting it down a joke. I will probably vut off the bottom straps, they just flop around and get in the way. 2. On the back of the bag is a compartment that is snapped closed. Inside it is a waist belt. Seriously? The case already has a handle, and if that's not good, a shoulder strap. How many more ways does one need to carry this thing? Now, take that waist belt out, and now you have a place to slide in a tripod. The only thing is there's no way to secure it from sliding out. I will probably cut the waist belt out which will make the case a little lighter, and possible find a way to make a tripod holder. End of rant. It is a nice case. But not perfect.
    Date published: 2010-06-18
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