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I bought this bag when I only carried my 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 and 50mm f/1.8 around with my 10D. Both lenses fit the bag well, and there was a little room remaining for filters etc, but my carry-around gear soon outgrew this bag when I first got a 550EX Speedlite (which I could just barely put in the front pocket, but since that pocket isn't padded, I didn't want to do that).
After I also bought a Canon EF 17-40mm f/4 L USM, I could no longer fit the lenses I carry around into this bag, so this bag has fallen out of use. I might start using this bag again if I get a separate bag for the flash unit (I already got a Tamrac lens case for the other lens).
Canon EOS 10D
Canon EF 17-40mm f/4 L USM
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8
Canon 550EX Speedlite
Batteries, CF cards, etc. (in lid pocket)
Thanks to Tomi Junnila for review
for Canon 350D & 400D Xti
(Added 30th June 2007)
First impression for this bag was that it's HUGE. Much bigger than I expected. The height is perfect but width is maybe too wide in my opinion. But my camera and two lenses fits perfectly. No matter which lens is mounted.
When Tamron 55-200 is attached without the lens hood, it's little tight. Being so wide, the room for the camera is big. It can fit much bigger camera than 400D or a smaller camera with battery grip(haven't tested).
The positions of the paddings holding camera are customizable. A square sized padding(on the right side in the picture 4) is included which can placed on top of the second lens on the bottom. The square padding can't be attached on the walls like the paddings holding camera.
On the front of Topload Zoom 2 there's a smaller pocket for batteries, memory cards, filters and other smaller things. All my accessories, including 18cm long table tripod(not in the picture), fits very well and there's still some room for other things. There's no padding for this pocket. And inside there's other pocket where you can place the cleaning cloth.
Topload Zoom 2 is a very good bag for all day carrying. I'm very satisfied and I'll be using it until my inventory gets bigger.
Likes about the bag:
The paddings feels strong enough to protect the camera and lenses. Front pocket has enough room to include all the smaller things
Dislikes about the bag:
Too wide so it looks little bulky. Shoulderstrap's clips are plastic and it feels little cheap.
Thanks to Antti Tolvanen for review