I just got my new camera bag in (costed $200.97 USD) and I will be doing my first review and opinions on it.
The bag got these ratings from me:
First off, the features of the bag are plentiful, tough fabric (ballistic nylon), durable zippers (YKK), water-resistant fabric and zipper seals, two large front pockets to hold PRO-line DSLRs, strobes fit in the side stretch pockets, and several other clever ways to hide your equipment. To the downside the huge amounts of pockets and zippers, can cost for some time if you need, say a travel document such your passport, you'll need to do a few zips, clips, and more zips. However you can customize it to where you can easily access your papers, documents, ID, etc.
Next the bag allows a huge degree of protection in the main compartment, and less protection in the outer edges, but it fair to say, that people who store the most valuable things will put it the main compartment for max. padding, but the main compartment isn't weather sealed. So the bag does have uneven padding, but that doesn't mean it has none, it's all very decent, it comes with everything you need to change that (you'll see that later on).
Moving on, we have the the amount of items you can safely store. For short, I'll make it three words, OH MY GOSH! this isn't your ordinary camera bag, this is almost a mobile photo locker, this bag can store a ungodly amount of photo equipment (for me that is).
Next we have design, this is a very good-looking, yet comfortable bag to use, the design doesn't resemble a camera bag, instead maybe a over-sized suitcase to hold your clothing. There's a back pocket to attach to a rolling suitcase, backpack harness, and many more. The color and low-profile, appearance doesn't attract attention in a crowd, airport, dodgy-neighborhoods, etc. Overall, it a very well though-out design.
Last we have value, the bag come with almost every you can think of, memory card wallet, 1.5-inch thick shoulder pad, extra velcro-stick padding and divider, seam-sealed rain cover, and even you can get a optional back harness to convert this shoulder bag into a backpack. In short terms, the bag is very exceptional in the "bang-to-the-buck" ratio.
Overall, the camera bag is just incredible when it comes to a person who wants to put thousands of dollars of camera equipment into the bag and eliminate the fear of attracting unwanted attention. This now concludes the written review, if you like to pictures, I will upload them to flickr once I get the chance. Thanks!
Hope this helps!
Assistant News Photojournalist
Nikon and Canon Systems
A variety of f/2.8 lenses from 10.5 to 400mm