for Nikon D70 / D100 / D200 / D300 / D700
Here's are some pictures of the sideline shooter with my camera and a Nikon 70-300mm f/4-5.6G lens in it.
The main points I'd like to make are:
The Nikon D70 needs to go into the bag sidewise - one edge up, not top up. This has not been a problem.
The tightening straps on either side are critically important - use them to snug up the back against your backside once it's zipped up with the camera
inside and positioned in the back. And loosen them when it comes time to get the camera out.
There wasn't enough room in the bag for a Cokin filter set and a standalone CP filter - so I bought a filter wallet and mounted it on the top of the bag
with velcro. This lets me take the filter wallet off when I want to.
I've been pretty happy with the setup - especially after adding the filter wallet.
for Minolta 7D
I bought this when I started to get neck and back pains from carrying a cheap shoulder bag for my 500si.
Minolta 500si 35mm slr is substitute here for my 7D since I didn't want to disassemble the grip, but should also show the 5D/a100 size nicely. 7D is a tight fit in this one.
1 - holds my 17-35 including reversed hood
2 - spacing for the mounted lens
3 - holds my 70-210 or 3600
4 - both sides have these nets which again can hold small stuff usually I drop my spare battery in here.
Thanks to frans for review