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Domke Herald Camera Bag, reviewed by Dj R

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Mar 17, 2016 10:17 |  #1

Quick iphone video review of how I use this bag!
Domke Next Generation Herald Camera Bag (Military Ruggedwear)

This bag replaces the old F803 or the pro version J803.
But this can hold a lot more b/c it has end pouches which are expandable.
One key to a good bag for me, now, is that it can hold a water bottle in it's own chamber (so it can't effect gear).
these expandable end pockets can fit a water bottle!
And this bag has expandable front pouches too!

Dual Wielding setup generally:
I can store both cameras in this bag, EACH with any of these lenses with hoods on and not reversed (aside from a zoom/hood will need to be reversed for a zoom).
20G, 24G, 28G, 35G, 35A, 50G, 58G, 85G 1.4, 16-35VR.

You can not fit two bodies with lenses if either of them are gripped.

fits a flash on either end, or more primes, or a larger zoom/prime.
plenty of room to accessories and day-2-day items​m/watch?v=KvBKeBnII34 (external link)

bonus, it fits a 2015 MBA 11" in the padded tablet pocket.

pricey bag! way too pricey!
but extremely well made with high quality materials.
I don't think these will sell well though, the $ is just way too steep for the masses.


p.s. I have another thread here with a video review of this bag's big brother: …/showthread.php​?t=1437534

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