2mnycars wrote in post #13944179
Good choice Christine. I find they're even better with a Domke Postal Pad on the strap. Just in case your Father returns for the F3X.
I have your bag (in another colour) and the F3X in ruggedwear. Domke makes great gear.
Maybe I will buy a Postal Pad through ebay, seems like a nice addition. And they're not too expensive.
RandyS wrote in post #13944660
You'll find a lot of Domke fans on this site. They're great bags. I love both of my F2s, and like you sort of lust after an F-3X.
And I agree with Dave - when your dad comes over here next time, ask him to pick up the postal pad for you too.
I think those two bags fulfil each other. I have a Crumpler with room for camera + 3 lenses (or 2 and a flash) and it will have to do until I get a F-3X. My only problem with the Crumpler is that I don't have room for much else (keys, phone, mp3, hand cream, wallet etc.).
Jericobot wrote in post #13946091
I don't really notice the weight of my retro20 bag, even when it was fully packed. I only got a g12 now so it's usually loaded w/ computer and misc stuff. It's very sturdy and does everything I need it to do. I did look at some domke bags though. But it became a choice between the retro20 and a kata backpack as my choice.
I had actually settled on buying a retro20, but then I tried it and realised it looked huge on me But I'm quite small, only 160cm (5' 3"). They look like nice bags, though.
tomcat7886 wrote in post #13948877
very feminine type of bag. suitable for you.
Thank you, I fell for the design!