Domke F-1X Little Bit Bigger Ballistic Series Shoulder Bag (Black)

BH #DOF1XBB • MFR #700-F1B
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Domke F-1X Little Bit Bigger Ballistic Series Shoulder Bag (Black)
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Domke F-1X Overview

The Domke F-1X Little Bit Bigger Ballistic series bag is a 1050 Denier ballistic nylon bag made to carry 3 film or digital SLR cameras with 9-13 lenses and accessories .It features fifteen compartments and pockets including a four partition padded insert. An adjustable non-slip Gripper Strap runs completely around the bag. The bag has an open cell foam liner in bottom adds cushioned support. It comes with a removable four-point carrying handle.

Ballistic nylon bag with weather flap and smooth 200 denier pack cloth interiors
Removable padded bottom stiffener
Open cell foam liner in bottom adds cushioned support.

Compartments

  • Fifteen compartments and pockets
  • Four-compartment Padded Insert

Pockets

  • Four pockets under weather flap conveniently organize small items
Adjustable non-slip Gripper Strap runs completely around the bag.
Removable four-point carrying handle
UPC: 750062002916

Domke F-1X Specs

Carry/Transport OptionsHandle, Shoulder Strap
ColorBlack
Type of ClosureSnap Hook
Interior TypeRemovable Insert with Hook & Loop Dividers
General
MaterialsExterior: Canvas, Nylon
Interior: Canvas, Fabric
Padded InteriorYes
DimensionsExterior
18 x 9.5 x 8.5" / 45.72 x 24.13 x 21.59 cm
Interior
17 x 9 x 6.7" / 43.18 x 22.86 x 17.02 cm
Weight3.2 lb / 1.4 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)17.9 x 9.6 x 9.6"
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How weather resistant is this bag?

How weather resistant is this bag?
Asked by: Russ
Canvas is made of cotton. When canvas gets wet, the cotton swells and becomes watertight. That is why canvas tents shed water. Water will soak in as it begins to pool in the nooks and crannies of the bag exterior. However, I have never had water damage equipment in a Domke bag. Not in Cambodia, Thailand, Costa Rica, Haiti, Zambia, or the Pacific Northwest. Phil
Answered by: Phil
Date published: 2020-11-30

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Lowepro roll aboard
Asked by: Floyd K.
this is a shoulder bag , and carry on
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-01-12

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What is the vertical height available in this bag? I can read the specs, but I can't tell which dimension - width or depth - is the vertical depth that will allow a zoom to be placed in it vertically. B&H: you should make the dimensions clearer.
Asked by: John
The vertical height is about 7 inches. However, I can get my 70200 F2 .8 in it standing up with some slight protrusion at the top. Hope this helps. Enter an answer to this question.
Answered by: Bruce k.
Date published: 2020-10-26

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Does this bag come packed flat to be accomodated in a suitcase?
Asked by: Bernardo
When I travel i put my gear in an airline size hard case with wheels. I pack my Domke bag in my luggage but stuff it with underwear and toiletries. No need to flatten it.
Answered by: Mark K.
Date published: 2020-12-10

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The olive version has different interior dimensions in the specs than the other colors - which are accurate?
Asked by: Anonymous
I have an older (25 years older) version and the interiors seem very close in size. I have not put a tape to it, but they look the same.
Answered by: Michael from Chicago
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Does the top cover zipper closed or is it just a flap? I work around debris filled environments and like a zipped closure.
Asked by: Kevin
The Domke F2 bag has a zippered pouch inside the flap. The pouch is nearly the size of the entire flap. The outer canvas of the flap is lined with Cordura-like material. The canvas is relatively water proof since cotton canvas swells when wet. I have probably used up a dozen or so Domke bags over the years—they are very sturdy, but using them to carry heavy video equipment (five-pound batteries, etc.) eventually cuts through the canvas when dragging the bags in and out of trains, planes, and automobiles—ships and submarines too. If you plan to carry the bag on your shoulder all day, the F2 is the largest you should go. The F2 has an outer pocket on each end large enough to hold a Stephen King paperback novel, closed with a velcroed flap. There is an exterior pouch on the back large enough for an iPad Pro. There are two open pockets on the front that have no individual flaps, but that are secured by the top flap when it is clipped shut. Each is just a bit smaller than a typical paperback novel. Inside, a padded board is fit in, covering the bottom. A strip of velcro is sewed along the two long sides. A padded Cordura four section set of pockets, each large enough to hold a moderately sized full frame lens (eight inches by three inches) can be attached to the velcro strips sewed to the sides. There will also be space inside at one end for a DSLR or mirrorless camera with a moderately sized lens pointing up. If you have fast lenses or long zooms, two of the four padded cells may need to remain empty. I would keep chargers and extra batteries in an end pocket, filters in the side pockets; documents, flash memory toothbrush & toothpaste, and medication in the zippered pocket. Phil
Answered by: Phil
Date published: 2020-11-30

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Hello is it possible to fit a 13 macbook pro in there somewhere? Thank you for your help!
Asked by: Anonymous
It might fit in the big outside pocket, but it would not have any protection. It's a non padded pocket. I hate to point you in the wrong direction, but I've had mine less than a year and I'm thinking about selling it and going back to a LowPro bag. The clips are a pain, my 70-200 won't fit in a convenient way, and I dislike all the Velcro on the pockets. I hope this helps.
Answered by: Carrie T.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I LOVE this bag but hate the clips on the straps. Pinch my fingers, pinch my gloves and are just all around difficult to me. Does Domke make replacement straps with the more commonly used buckle release style fasteners?
Asked by: Brian
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Answered by: Sugiyama S.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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