Looking to get a smaller bag to take around the parks with me. I've been plenty of times and don't have kids...just a wife so no worries about the camera interfering with juggling them around.
Anyway, I currently have a 7 million dollar home which I "upgraded" from a 6 million dollar home which grew too small for my collection of lenses. 6 million dollar home was difficult to get 3 lenses in with body mounting one of them. 7 million has room for 3 + 1 depending on size.
Around Disney I'll probably bring a new combo of lenses depending on the day. We'll be there a full week so plenty of time. All I'm looking to bring is the body+lens and an extra lens and some accessories(polarizer, cards, etc.).
Later in the week I may bust out the tripod if we have some free time and I want to take some night photography pictures I've always wanted to take.
Anyway, I'm looking at the 123 and the 3N1 from Kata (are these the same thing? They sure look it). Probably the 10 series as I don't want something that big...just enough for an extra lens or so as I mentioned above.
In addition, I also like the Retrospective 10 from Thinktank. It appears to be about the same size as my ol' 6 million dollar home but a little "softer" and has a bit more room for storage.
Looking for opinions on these two options. Is the 123/3N1 easy to sling and convenient? Is a shoulder bag bad for a long day at Disney? What say you!?